Abduction

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Abduction may refer to:

Media[edit]

Film and television[edit]

Literature[edit]

  • Abduction (novel), a 2000 novel by novelist Robin Cook
  • Abduction!, a 2004 novel by Peg Kehret
  • The Abduction, a 1987 novel (Norwegian title Bortførelsen), written in Norwegian by Mette Newth and translated into English by Steven T. Murray and Tiina Nunnally
  • The Abduction, a 1998 novel by J. Robert King

Music[edit]

Of a person or people[edit]

  • Alien abduction, phenomenon of people reporting what they believe to be the real experience of being kidnapped by extraterrestrial beings
  • Bride kidnapping, a practice in which a man abducts the woman he wishes to marry
  • Child abduction, unauthorized removal of a minor from the custody of their guardians
  • Express kidnapping, abduction where a small immediate ransom is demanded
  • International child abduction, form of human trafficking
  • Kidnapping, unlawful confinement of a person against their will
  • Raptio, large scale abduction of women
  • Tiger kidnapping, taking a hostage to force a loved one or associate of the victim to do something

Sciences[edit]

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