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 Vandalism Is "Action Involving Deliberate Destruction Of Or Damage To Public Or Private Property".  

 

Vandalism, The term includes criminal damage such as graffiti and defacement directed towards any property without permission of the owner. The term finds its roots in an Enlightenment view that the Germanic Vandals were a uniquely destructive people.

 

The wide-ranging types of employee workplace vandalism  can be loosely categorized into emotional and physical actions.

 

 

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Private citizens commit vandalism when they willfully damage or deface the property of others or the commons. Some vandalism may qualify as culture jamming or sniggling: it is thought by some to be artistic in nature even though carried out illegally or without the property owner's permission. Examples include at least some graffiti art, billboard "liberation" and possibly crop circles.

Criminal vandalism takes many forms. Graffiti on public property is common in many inner cities as part of a gang culture, where they might be used as territorial markers.[5] More serious forms of vandalism that may take place during public unrest such as rioting can involve the willful destruction of public and private property.

 

Vandalism per se is sometimes considered one of the less serious common crimes, but it can become quite serious and distressing when committed extensively, violently or as an expression of hatred and intimidation. In response, local governments have adopted various legal measures to prevent vandalism, but research has shown that the conventional strategies employed by the government in response to at least unapproved graffiti are not the most effective. 

 

 

 

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Employer Politically Motivated Vandalism.

Employers Are Considered Political Donors. In elections, opposing candidates' supporters may engage in "political vandalism" - the act of defacing opponents' political posters, bumper stickers, billboards, and other street marketing material. Although the nature of this material is temporary, its effect can be long-lasting as it may reflect both negatively and positively on the candidate whose material is being vandalized as well as on the presumed candidate whose supporters are engaging in the vandalism.

Also activists may use the tactic of property destruction[7] as means of protest, e.g. by smashing the windows of banks, shops and government institutions and setting fire to cars. This often takes place during riots but can also happen as a stand-alone event, e.g. by animal rights activists destroying property owned by farmers, biotech companies and research facilities and setting free animals (which is sometimes referred to as eco-terrorism by opponents).

Cybervandalism Against Employers.

Cybervandalism is vandalism on the internet against an employer or business. Disinformation is online vandalism have been recorded, the most common of which is website defacement. Vandalism on web maps has been called "cartographic vandalism

Another form of cybervandalism is creation of malware, such as viruses, Trojan horses, and spyware, which can destroy computers, and in some cases even steal money from the computer owners, wherein the malware creator blackmails the owner to pay them money or give out their credit card number or else they won't get the use of their computer back.

Some even go as far as making a time limit where if the owner doesn't pay or give personal information within a certain time, the malware permanently destroys the computer.

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Vandalism Due To Workplace Sexuality.

Vandalism Due To Sexuality - The Williams Institute 2011 study shows that "In the American workforce, more than eight million people (or 4 percent of the U.S. workforce) identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT)." Even so, the LGBT group has faced constant discrimination and harassment in workplaces, as shown by court cases and historical events.

Certain organizations, At certain times, have advocated sabotage as a means of self-defense and direct action against unfair working conditions.

One common form of workplace harassment for LGBT community is the psychological and physical strain in hiding their sexuality in a heterosexist workplace environment. Other form of workplace vandalism / harassment is direct harassment from the public after disclosing one's sexuality.

Because an LGBT individual experiences explicit verbal assault, physical violence, and hate crimes after disclosing sexuality, the LGBT community more often than not conceals its sexuality and vandalism in the workplaces.

Vandalism Due To Workplace Race.

Vandalism Due To Race - Many studies show that culturally stigmatized groups face more workplace vandalism / harassments. With changes in the political and social scenes in America, subtle and daily vandalism is more common than blatant and explicit harassment today. A study by Deitch, Barsky, Butz and et al. shows that black Americans face more mistreatment in workplaces than white Americans.

The mistreatments and vandalism / harassments do not explicitly "reference race or discrimination as the cause of the treatment", because overt racism is prohibited in workplaces. However, the statistics show race is "significantly associated with mistreatment" and that black Americans in general report significantly more "minor, pervasive mistreatment and unfairness on the job." The study suggests the discrimination and harassments may intensify for Black Americans in a job with fewer people of the same race, such as "token" Black employee or "solo" employees. In addition, not only Blacks but also Asian Americans, and other minority races all face "a higher rate of homicide than their proportion of the work force would suggest." Of the eighth of the workforce experiencing homicide, more than a fourth of the population is an ethnic minority.

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