Displacement refers to the fact of moving and its consequences. This verb, on the other hand, has various uses: it can refer to moving from place to place, removing someone from a position or traveling from one place to another, among other issues. See Abbreviation Finder for acronyms related to Displacement.
For example: «The movement through the city was chaotic: there were street closures and demonstrations in various sectors», «The president decided to displace the Minister of Justice due to his controversial statements», «Would you help me with the movement of the table ? We should leave it by the window. ”
People and any object are susceptible to displacement. A man traveling by train to his office, a child walking to his grandmother’s house, or a woman leaving her bedroom to go to the bathroom could be said to be making different types of displacement. In turn, a package that is carried by mail from one house to another or a desk that is pushed into a room to give it a new place are also displacements.
On the other hand, the concept of internal displacement is linked to people who, due to a natural disaster, armed conflict or other crisis situation, are forced to leave their homes. The displaced remain within their country, a condition that differentiates them from refugees (who seek asylum in other nations).
Finally, it should be noted that, for psychology, displacement is a type of defense developed by the unconscious, redirecting certain emotions that are taken as dangerous towards some tolerable mental representation.
In physics, the term is used to refer to the path that an object travels, taking into account the starting point, its final position and the time in which it developed said path. It is said to be a vector quantity, which indicates that the main elements that will make it up will be magnitude and direction.
There are other concepts related to displacement, one of them is that of forced displacement also known as exile, which refers to an entire population or a community, is forced to leave the place they live for major causes that threaten life or security, such as wars or death threats.
In some cases forced displacement occurs in territories where misery reigns, however in most cases it occurs in places with great potential resources, but where powerful nations are disputing sovereignty. In Colombia, those responsible for the great mass of forced displacements that have taken place in recent years are the paramilitary groups and the State security forces.
The main consequences of forced displacement are social disintegration (individuals disperse to other places in search of stability) and family disintegration (some families are forced to separate due to extreme danger). The feeling of being unprotected and the loss of the feeling of belonging create an emotional void and a lack of containment to satisfy needs and face difficulties.
A chemical shift, on the other hand, is the phenomenon that occurs due to the repetition variation in the resonance of a nucleus with respect to the theoretical frequency. It is symbolized by the letter “d”. It is important to note that the higher the force field that is applied, the greater the field known as induced. Taking into account the values of both fields, a relative scale can be acquired that will allow knowing the hypothetical results to be obtained. The factors involved in the displacement are the two nuclei (proton and Carbon-13).