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Minerva Medicolegale 2003 December;123(4):205-11

language: Italian

A new technopathy: mobbing. Notes on a clinical case

D'Orsi U., Pedone A.


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Demonstration of the mobbing syndrome refers to the verification of an unlawful event where the traumatic occurrence lies in the implementation of a strategy of personal injury of a criminal/culpable nature undertaken by one or more people for the purpose of obtaining from the ''surrounded'', ''harassed'' individual or individuals concerned the acceptance of a de facto situation with the retaliatory threat of disqualification and, at the same time, of progressive marginalisation and social isolation. On the basis of a personally observed case, the authors reconstruc the modifications induced in the human organism by the mobbing syndrome and the methodological procedure used in legal medicine for the purposes of demonstrating biological damage.

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