Dating violence forum
If there is a way to semi-protect an article so that only recognized experts can edit then I would nominate this article for that status!I imagine that I'm not the only expert in this field who does not want to feel like my time spent here has been wasted.That content follows: and scientific studies from around the world (see "statistics" section below) show that substantial portions of teenagers have perpetrated and/or experienced dating violence.However, most parents do not recognize teen dating violence as a significant problem. Probably the most significant is capitalization: why "Teen Dating Violence" instead of "Teen dating violence"?ΔΡΦ (talk) , 12 June 2012 (UTC) Today I have tried to fix up a number of things with this article and if there aren't a number of reverts I will work on this again in the near future.I had written the original article some time ago (2007 or 2008) but at that time there was much lower awareness of the issue of teen dating violence and edits made it into a colossal mess.Abuse and violence in teenage relationships is a serious problem.Acquaintance rape (which accounts for 70-90% of all rapes) is most commonly done by an abusive romantic partner and teenagers are the most vulnerable to this form of abuse.
F W Nietzsche (talk) , 1 January 2009 (UTC) The article fails to explain why it is so common, and what enables the perpetrators to facilitate and get away with their behavior.I am adding the merge tag to the article, please discuss it here. KPalicz (talk) , 19 February 2010 (UTC) That would make sense. Mr Kevin1a (talk) , 20 February 2010 (UTC) SUPPORT.I looked at the target article, and it could use some work too. There's no reason to consider dating violence amongst teens as different from amongst adults.Grundle2600 (talk) , 5 June 2009 (UTC) I'm from the UK and have never heard of 'teen dating violence'.All the references and statistics in this article are American, which, if you'll excuse me to make a generalisation, suggests this is purely an American problem.