Naturalism is a worldview based on the assertion of science and not religious beliefs or personal revelation (Callebaut & Betchel, 2003). From a naturalistic perspective, the human role in nature and the information they possess is the realization of a joint effort to come up with a clear view understanding of the world that is in charge. The knowledge possessed by human beings gets also tested through rational inquiry and analysis.
The truth of the occurrences in this world gets not determined by the human need for something to be accurate or the deep personal conviction that something is true. As a result, the empirical scientific tests aim at unifying human knowledge on the world under a primary context.
Stalking is a strange behavior that involves malicious, systematic harassment of a person and, as a result, causes people to fear for their safety. Often, stalkers try to control other people and exercise authority over them (Hanson & Davies, 2012). This usually ends up being successful for them since they may be able to maintain contact through emotional connection to their victims. Most cases of stalking entail people who are recent acquaintances.
The behavioral patterns of stalking closely reflect those of domestic violence cases. Such patterns get typically triggered when the advance of the stalkers towards their victims is aggravated. This is often regardless of whether or not the stalker seeks to establish a past acquaintance.
When the stalkers are unable to re-establish the power of control over their victims, they turn to violence as a way of reaffirming their dominance over their victims.