I've seen this construction a few times but couldn't find it in my textbooks, so I'd like to know how it's called and, if possible, how it works.
Since it was pretty much unclear, here I add some clarifications on what I'd like to know.
Here's an example:
How does it work and what's the function of the 2nd に particle? I was told that it works the same way as AはBにVpass as in 私は子供に泣かれた。 This one is understandable. I see the person who got an action done to, I see the doer and I see the action itself. But what about that construction the I mentioned before?
Here's an explanation I got from a guy on the internet:
• The 1st に represents relations between В and А
Who made A upset? (Who did a negative action towards A?) Вに
• The 2nd に represents an action made by B towards C
To whom B called? Cに
I don't seem to get how those 2 に interact with each other in such a way that makes them have 2 different meanings while being a one part of a simple sentence. Also, I don't understand how to use this construction and what's more how to translate it when a different verb occurs.
I hope I made some clarifications and did not confuse you even more. Looking forward to see some explanations and maybe a couple of examples. Thank you.