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ga díth chodlata REFERENCE An Coimisiún um Chaidreamh san Áit Oibre, Tuarascáil Bhliantúil 2017, https://www.workplacerelations.ie/en/Publications_Forms/An_Coimisun_Um_Chaidreamh_San_Ait_Oibre_-_Tuarascail_Bhliantuil_2017.pdf [30.11.2018]
CONTEXT Bhí an gearánach tinn agus dúlagar uirthi nár fhéadfadh a chóireáil le cógas agus bhí sí as láthair ar feadh thart ar 10 mí idir 2014 agus 2015. Ba í an fhianaise a bhí aici ná gurbh é an patrún seala, lenar cuimsíodh seala lae agus oíche, a bhí mar chúis lena <b>díth chodlata</b> shuntasach agus a ndearna a dúlagar níos measa REFERENCE An Coimisiún um Chaidreamh san Áit Oibre, Tuarascáil Bhliantúil 2017, https://www.workplacerelations.ie/en/Publications_Forms/An_Coimisun_Um_Chaidreamh_San_Ait_Oibre_-_Tuarascail_Bhliantuil_2017.pdf [30.11.2018]
en sleep deprivation
DEFINITION an interrogation technique and highly effective way of breaking a prisoner's will which consists of keeping someone awake for hours or even days at a time REFERENCE EP-EN Terminology, based on:<BR>Mann, J., 'A Brief History of Sleep Deprivation and Torture', https://sleepjunkies.com/features/sleep-deprivation-and-torture-a-brief-history/ [19.6.2018]
COMMENT Sleep deprivation can cause a whole range of undesirable ill effects, such as cognitive impairment, psychosis, immune system breakdown, and even heart defects or cardiovascular disease.
fr privation de sommeil
DEFINITION forme de torture consistant à priver volontairement la victime de sommeil en vue d'altérer sa santé physique et mentale
de Schlafentzug
DEFINITION Foltermethode, bei der die Opfer über Tage daran gehindert werden, zu schlafen REFERENCE EP-DE, vgl. Internationale Gesellschaft für Menschenrechte (IGFM) > Länder > China > Foltermethoden https://www.igfm.de/china/foltermethoden/ (4.9.2018)
COMMENT Dazu dienen z.B. Fesselungen in schmerzhaften Positionen, aber auch Dauerlicht, Lärm und vor allem Schläge, Tritte und andere Strafen, falls sich die Opfer hinlegen. (Quelle: s. Def.)
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