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Stalking. Definition: To follow or observe (a person) persistently, especially out of obsession or derangement. Why People Stalk. Stalking can be caused by obsessive behavior and severe personality disorders. A person can become obsessive over the color of hair all the way to someone’s shoes.

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Stalking

Stalking

  • Definition:To follow or observe (a person) persistently, especially out of obsession or derangement.


Why people stalk

Why People Stalk.

  • Stalking can be caused by obsessive behavior and severe personality disorders.

  • A person can become obsessive over the color of hair all the way to someone’s shoes.


Types of stalking

Types of Stalking

  • The Rejected Stalker

  • The Resentful Stalker

  • The Predatory Stalker

  • The Intimacy Stalker

  • The Aromatic & Morbidly Infatuated Stalker

  • The Cyber Stalker


The rejected stalker

The Rejected Stalker

  • Motivation: Begins to stalk after their partner ended a relationship or they intend to end the relationship. It also could be when they wish they could be in a relationship with the victim.

  • Stalking Behavior: Persistent and intrusive type of stalker. They tend to assault their victim when there is a history of violence in the past relationship. This type of the stalker is most resistant to ending their behavior.


The resentful stalker

The Resentful Stalker

  • Motivation:This kind of stalker wants to frighten their victim. This is because the victim has humiliated them in the past and they are seeking some kind of “revenge”.

  • Stalking Behavior: Obsessive type and verbally threatening not physically aggressive. Usually stops stalking if confronted early on.


The predatory stalker

The Predatory Stalker

  • Motivation: Sexual assault

  • Stalking Behavior: Follows victim very closely. Makes random phone calls. For example, the stalker will sit outside of the victims house and wait for them to come home or leave home. They usually don’t plan how they are going to attack, it just happens.


The intimacy stalker

The Intimacy Stalker

  • Motivation: Looking for love and they truly think that stalking is the only way to find love with that person.

  • Stalking Behavior: Writing letters, calling or sending anonymous gifts. If felt rejected or if the victim is in a relationship the stalking may become violent.


The aromatic morbidly infatuated stalker

The Aromatic & Morbidly Infatuated Stalker

  • Motivation: Believes they are loved by the victim and makes this “fake romance” the most important thing in his or her life.

  • Stalking Behavior: Will approach and try to communicate with their “lover”.


The cyber stalker

The Cyber Stalker

  • Motivation: Sexual harassment, revenge or hate, and obsession to love.

  • Stalking Behavior: Finding information of them on internet. Obsessively looking through profiles of the victim. Hacking into their email accounts.


Statistics

Statistics

  • 75-80% of stalking cases are men stalking women.

  • 25% of all stalking cases turn into violence.

  • 1 in 4 victims of cyber stalking had unwanted naked pictures sent to them.

  • 1 in 17 were threatened while being stalked

  • 77% of cyber stalking were age 14 or older.


Case that dealt with stalking

Case That Dealt With Stalking

  • There was a woman who was complaining that Shaq was stalking her because she broke up with him.

  • She claims that he was sending her threatening emails, harassing phone calls, and told her that he would end her career.

  • Shaq was given a restraining order against him. He was not allowed to come within 200 feet of her.


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Bibliography

Bibliography

  • http://homepage.psy.utexas.edu/homepage/Group/BussLAB/stalkinghelp/StalkingWhyAm.html

  • http://www.womensweb.ca/violence/stalking.php

  • http://www.erces.com/journal/articles/archives/volume2/v03/v02.htm

  • http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2006/dec/31/ukcrime.ukguns

  • http://www.ajc.com/services/content/metro/atlanta/stories/2008/10/15/shaq_case_delayed.html


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