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Perpetrator The basis of TDV perpetration is unhealthy beliefs about self and others and an unhealthy concept of interpersonal relations Use of aggression in dating relationships persists over time if not corrected Although both males and females can be victims of intimate partner violence, about 85% of victims are female. The Safe Dates Project: Theoretical Basis, Evaluation Design, and Selected Baseline Findings. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, Supplement, 1996, 12(5), 39-47.
Females, ages 16 24, report the highest rates of relationship violence. Youth Violence Prevention: Description and baseline data from 13 evaluation projects (K. Retrieved February 27, 2006, from the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence Website: you are a Victim of Teen Dating Violence, The National Center for Victims of Crime, M. Teen Dating Violence: A Review of Risk Factors and Prevention Efforts.
Have you ever heard an online dating story that ended with a happily ever after?
Truth be told, I’ve heard more online dating success stories in the past few years than ever before in my life and I’m sure it has to do with the sheer quantity of people who are now on modern dating apps.
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Both males and females can be perpetrators of teen dating violence.
The violence that can occur within a teen dating relationship ranges in severity from psychological and emotional abuse to rape, with the most severe cases resulting in murder.
TDV mirrors the characteristics of adult domestic violence, also called Intimate Partner Violence (IPV).
Verbal Abuse (commonly overlaps with emotional abuse) Name calling, using sexually derogatory names Swearing, yelling at victim Criticizing opinions, insulting beliefs or values Putting down family or friends Adolescents: Are inexperienced with dating relationships and, therefore, are in a learning process Have difficulty recognizing abusive behaviors, e.g., they are more likely to view jealous/controlling behavior as a sign of love Adolescents: Typically do not view dating violence as injurious to the relationship or a reason to dissolve the relationship Typically do not report dating violence to a parent or adult, which has implications for the longevity of the abuse Attitudes Adolescents who believe that it is acceptable to use violence are more likely to perpetrate dating violence Peer Influence Adolescents who have friends in a violent dating relationship are more likely to both be perpetrators and victims of dating violence.