Collective violence that is committed to advance a particular social agenda includes, for example, crimes of hate committed by organized groups, terrorist acts and mob violence.
Political violence includes war and related violent conflicts, state violence and similar acts carried out by larger groups.
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).
Globally, violence resulted in the deaths of an estimated 1.28 million people in 2013 up from 1.13 million in 1990.
Both of those categories also involve significant numbers of battered women.
The emotional abuse that is almost always part of the coercive control also has serious psychological consequences according to women themselves, but the actual effects on women's health seldom have been measured separately.
The University of New Hampshire national random survey data showed the same finding of fair or poor health status, and also demonstrated that severely battered women had almost twice the number of days in bed due to illness than other women.