Prevalence of dating violence
Teen dating violence: Research, facts and findings. A collaboration of Cornell University, University of Rochester, and the New York state center for school safety.
Social-ecological influences on teen dating violence: A youth rights and capabilities approach to exploring context.
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The information can lead to increased vigor on the part of advocates to strive for specific provisions in the law and to work for gubernatorial candidates who will support such laws.
Dating violence during adolescence negatively influences concurrent psychosocial functioning, and has been linked with an increased likelihood of later intimate partner violence.
The results generally supported a higher prevalence of dating violence among sexual minority youth.
This vulnerability varied considerably across gender, sexual minority identity and the gender of sexual partners, but generally persisted when accounting for the mediating variables.
Ayant souvent lieu dans l'espace privé, elle n'est pas toujours repérée.
Highlights include our feature article, “Looking Back, Looking Ahead,” a Q&A about the impact of the Domestic Violence Prevention Act on the state’s domestic violence services and programs, and a close-up of four specific domestic violence shelters within the state.
This issue also provides information about the New York State Domestic and Sexual Violence Hotline, an overview of upcoming homeless shelter training within the state, an important legislative update about several laws that passed during the 2017 legislative session, and a reminder about the 10th anniversary of the statewide “Shine the Light on Domestic Violence” campaign.
The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education is the source of Massachusetts Youth Risk Behavior Survey data used for this study.
The project was supported by the Summer Institute in LGBT Population Health, under Award Number R25HD064426 from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD).