Violence includes those acts that result from a power relationship, including threats and intimidation, neglect or acts of omission.
Such non-physical violence has a broad range of outcomes – including psychological harm, deprivation and maldevelopment.
However, generally, anything that is excited in an injurious or damaging way may be described as violent even if not meant to be violence (by a person and against a person).
Corlin, past president of the American Medical Association said: "The United States leads the world—in the rate at which its children die from firearms." He concluded: "Gun violence is a threat to the public health of our country." Furthermore, violence often has lifelong consequences for physical and mental health and social functioning and can slow economic and social development.
In 2013, assault by firearm was the leading cause of death due to interpersonal violence, with 180,000 such deaths estimated to have occurred.
Violence is primarily classified as either instrumental or reactive / hostile.
Self-directed violence is subdivided into suicidal behaviour and self-abuse.
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