What is the word for "feeling of being victimized"?
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You are asking for "the word" for the feeling of being victimized. But feelings (emotional reactions) vary according to how the victimized person perceives the situation. Consequently, there will be many such words.
For example, "Emotion Annotation and Representation Language" is a list of 48 emotions categorized by situation. If the person perceives himself to be out of control of the situation, it offers:
If the person believes there is something he can do to control the situation, it offers:
And if the person has generalized negative thoughts about the situation, it offers:
There are a lot of words you can use:
According to http://oxforddictionaries.com/definition/victimology
However that appears to be a less common usage. It's also used to describe the study of victims of crime.
There are many words to use, but the usage depends on the context. I can suggest
as umbrella term so you can use to explain what you feel e.g:
As a result of victimization you may feel "frustrated", "exploited", "cheated" e.t.c.