Other key findings include: The survey was conducted by Teenage Research Unlimited (TRU) for Fifth & Pacific Companies, Inc. The study examines the role played by electronic communication technologies in the perpetration of, response to, or defense against Teen Dating Violence (TDV). DATING VIOLENCE VICTIMIZATION ACROSS THE TEEN YEARS: ABUSE FREQUENCY, NUMBER OF ABUSIVE PARTNERS, AND AGE AT FIRST OCCURRENCE, Amy E. Senators Announce Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Week, U. Senators Mike Crapo, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Joseph R. PREVENTING DOMESTIC AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE – RESOURCES FOR WORKING WITH TEENS, Michigan Resource Center on Domestic & Sexual Violence, Okemos, MI. Foshee, Kim Dixon, Ling Yin-Chang, Susan Ennett, Beth Moracco, Michael Bowling and Jennifer L. DATING MATTERS: UNDERSTANDING TEEN DATING VIOLENCE PREVENTION, Kevin Jennings, Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools, Office on Violence Against Women, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, May 3, 2010. FAMILIAL INFLUENCES ON DATING VIOLENCE VICTIMIZATION AMONG LATINO YOUTH (abstract), H. MOMS AND TEENS FOR SAFE DATES STUDY OVERVIEW, North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Gillings School of Global Public Health, December 15, 2010. (special collection), Patty Branco, National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: updated January 2017.Focus groups will be conducted to validate results.Findings will enable better assessment of TDV risk and development of programs to promote safe use of technology by teens in dating relationships.Children in homes where there is domestic violence are more likely to be abused and/or neglected.Most children in these homes know about the violence.
The research also reveals disturbing data that a significant majority of parents are completely unaware of this type of dating abuse and the dangers facing their teens. Download the full report for more information on the role of technology in dating abuse.
Even if a child is not physically harmed, they may have emotional and behavior problems.
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