Journal articles on dating violence in a proportionate nonliquidating distribution of a capital asset
These findings indicate that dating violence is a significant problem among adolescents.
Using a qualitative content analysis and online survey, this research examined how college students perceive and respond to the portrayal of women when exposed to misogynistic lyrics.
In their groundbreaking study of high school age youth, Henton and Cate (1983) found that 12% had experienced abuse in one of their dating relationships.
Roscoe and Callahan (1985), examining middleclass high school students in a white Michigan community, found that 9% of the males and females had experienced physical violence while on a date, with 10% of the females reporting physical violence in a dating relationship.
Among adolescents from both predominantly white suburban and rural schools and multiracial inner-city schools, it was found that approximately 20% had experienced violence from a dating partner (Bergman, 1992).
ABSTRACT Adolescents' responses to the Youth Dating Violence Survey have previously been documented by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (1996).
The present study on dating violence examined the responses of thirty-seven adolescents enrolled in an alternative high school program.The findings confirm that dating violence among adolescents is a serious health problem that needs to be addressed.