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Rothman, Emily F.; Xuan, Ziming – Journal of School Violence, 2014
Dating violence is a serious form of violence that places students at risk for injury, death, and negative mental health sequelae. The current analysis presents data on the prevalence of dating violence over a 12-year period among a nationally representative sample of high school-attending youth in the United States, stratified by race and gender.…
Descriptors: Trend Analysis, Violence, Dating (Social), Victims
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Stephenson, Pam S.; Martsolf, Donna; Draucker, Claire Burke – Journal of School Nursing, 2013
This study investigated the ways in which peers are involved in adolescent dating violence. Eighty-eight young adults aged 18-21 were interviewed and asked to reflect on aggressive dating relationships they experienced as teens. The researchers used grounded theory to analyze the data. Findings showed that male and female peers were involved in…
Descriptors: Violence, Dating (Social), Adolescents, Aggression
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Fawson, Peter R.; Broce, Robert; Bonner, Brittany; Wright, Rachel – School Social Work Journal, 2016
Although the literature has focused on quantitative outcome data regarding dating violence prevention programs, this article will focus on qualitative feedback from students who have completed a dating violence prevention program. Research suggests that multiple-session violence prevention programs help decrease attitudes among youth that support…
Descriptors: Dating (Social), Violence, Prevention, Adolescents
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Stader, David L. – Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas, 2011
Dating violence is a form of student-on-student victimization and is a serious school safety issue. Research indicates that at a minimum, 10 percent of high school students are victims of dating violence in one form or another. Among female high school students that date, some data indicate that as many as 30 percent may be victims of dating…
Descriptors: School Safety, Dating (Social), High School Students, Violence
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Zweig, Janine M.; Yahner, Jennifer; Dank, Meredith; Lachman, Pamela – Journal of School Health, 2016
Background: We examined whether substance use, psychosocial adjustment, and sexual experiences vary for teen dating violence victims by the type of violence in their relationships. We compared dating youth who reported no victimization in their relationships to those who reported being victims of intimate terrorism (dating violence involving one…
Descriptors: Middle School Students, High School Students, Student Adjustment, Emotional Adjustment
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Okumu, Moses; Mengo, Cecilia; Ombayo, Bernadette; Small, Eusebius – Journal of School Health, 2017
Background: Teen dating violence (TDV), bullying, and HIV risk behaviors are public health concerns that impact adolescents in the United States. National estimates reveal high rates of these risk behaviors among high school students. Based on theoretical and empirical evidence, we hypothesized that experiencing teen dating violence (sexual and…
Descriptors: Bullying, High School Students, Risk, Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
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Vagi, Kevin J.; Rothman, Emily F.; Latzman, Natasha E.; Tharp, Andra Teten; Hall, Diane M.; Breiding, Matthew J. – Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 2013
Dating violence is a serious public health problem. In recent years, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other entities have made funding available to community based agencies for dating violence prevention. Practitioners who are tasked with developing dating violence prevention strategies should pay particular attention to…
Descriptors: Prevention, Risk, Public Health, Adolescents
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Richards, Tara N.; Branch, Kathryn A. – Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 2012
Although much research has focused on the function of social support in adult intimate partner violence, little is known about the role of social support in adolescent dating violence. This study is an exploratory analysis of the independent impact of social support from friends and family on the risk of adolescent dating violence perpetration and…
Descriptors: Social Support Groups, Victims, Dating (Social), Violence
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Lachman, Pamela; Zweig, Janine; Dank, Meredith; Yahner, Jennifer – Journal of School Health, 2019
Background: Despite the extensive research on rates of teen dating violence and abuse and its consequences, less is known about help-seeking behaviors among victims. The goals of this study were to document patterns of help-seeking behaviors among teen victims of dating violence and abuse and examine sex differences related to such patterns.…
Descriptors: Help Seeking, Victims of Crime, Adolescents, Dating (Social)
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Corona, Rosalie; Gomes, Melissa M.; Pope, Michell; Shaffer, Carla; Yaros, Anna – Journal of Early Adolescence, 2016
The healthy messages parents convey to their adolescents about risk behaviors may be related to better adolescent outcomes. Few studies have examined the types of messages or strategies caregivers use to discuss dating violence with their early adolescents. We conducted semi-structured interviews with 20 African American maternal caregivers of…
Descriptors: African Americans, Mothers, Daughters, Dating (Social)
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Soller, Brian; Copp, Jennifer E.; Haynie, Dana L.; Kuhlemeier, Alena – Youth & Society, 2020
We integrate literature on gender and adolescent friendships to examine the association between adolescent dating violence victimization (ADVV) and relationship dissolution. In particular, we test whether ADVV increases the hazard of relationship dissolution among adolescent romances, and whether a number of friendship dynamics alter the…
Descriptors: Dating (Social), Adolescents, Violence, Victims
Clarke-Williams, Cassandra – ProQuest LLC, 2017
Teen dating violence is more prevalent among African Americans than any other racial group in the United States leading to serious health consequences for victims. However, limited data exists on how African American adolescents' attitudes and perceptions regarding dating violence are formed, and whether they are influenced by family members. The…
Descriptors: Family Influence, Predictor Variables, Adolescent Attitudes, African Americans
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Temple, Jeff R.; Shorey, Ryan C.; Fite, Paula; Stuart, Gregory L.; Le, Vi Donna – Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 2013
The prevention of teen dating violence is a major public health priority. However, the dearth of longitudinal studies makes it difficult to develop programs that effectively target salient risk factors. Using a school-based sample of ethnically diverse adolescents, this longitudinal study examined whether substance use (alcohol, marijuana, and…
Descriptors: Risk, Public Health, Adolescents, Whites
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Craigen, Laurie M.; Sikes, April; Healey, Amanda; Hays, Danica – Journal of School Counseling, 2009
Dating violence among adolescents is a major public health concern. The purpose of this paper is to examine five factors of which school counselors must be aware in order to recognize, intervene, and report incidence of dating violence. These factors are (a) understanding the diverse definitions of dating violence, (b) recognizing dating violence…
Descriptors: Dating (Social), School Counselors, Intervention, Counselor Role
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Shen, April Chiung-Tao; Chiu, Marcus Yu-Lung; Gao, Jianxiu – Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 2012
In Chinese societies, violence among adolescent dating partners remains a largely ignored and invisible phenomenon. The goal of this study is to examine the relationships among gender-role beliefs, attitudes justifying dating violence, and the experiences of dating-violence perpetration and victimization among Chinese adolescents. This study has…
Descriptors: Violence, Adolescents, Foreign Countries, Probability
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