Dating violence among college students


“The Yellow Dress” play was the foundation for Deana’s Educational Theater Company.

Born from the tragedy of losing their daughter, the Brisbois family commissioned Deborah Lake Fortson to write and Sydney Hayes Patten to produce a play based on young women’s stories of dating violence.

It serves as the bulwarks in building the future of students.

And, one of the most important activities that are involved in the academic session of most colleges are events where students come up with different topics, which they can elaborate and present their own personal views on. I am more than certain that you would definitely be able to find a lot of topics of your choice from all these options.

As a result, determining the potential implications IPV has on the victims requires extensive research and education.

The manner in which a victim is responded to by others following abuse may have important implications for their adjustment following IPV.

Yet another lawsuit by a male student claiming discrimination is prompting some to question whether universities are fair to all parties when investigating sexual assault claims.

Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) affects approximately one in four women every year in the United States (Black et al., 2011).Such events are not only important from the prospective of education, but they help students realize the importance of being an active participant in different spheres of their society. Every day, young people navigate relationships - crushes, breakups, sexuality, firsts, and hook ups - but they don’t always have the space to talk about them, learn about them, or share their experiences. Thirteen percent of college women say they have been stalked, according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.Of college students who have been sexually assaulted, 35 percent of them were assaulted while on a date.All of our performances and programs are created to prevent bullying, cyber bullying, teen dating violence, adult dating violence, domestic violence and sexual assault.

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