What is PRIVACY?

Written by Pam MS, NCSP | Fact checked by Psychology Dictionary staff 

The right to control other's access to one's personal world, whether psychologically of physically. This can be attained by physical barriers or by communicating boundaries verbally.

PRIVACY: "Privacy is important to not only a person psyche but their sense of self-worth."

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