[Show full abstract]Este artículo presenta una revisión del desarrollo de “Green Acres High” [la colina de los verdes acres], una intervención primaria de verdad utilizando un juego con la finalidad de despertar la conciencia adolescente acerca de la violencia en las relaciones sentimentales y cambiar sus actitudes, así como un análisis de la descripción de los adolescentes de su experiencia con el juego. [Show full abstract]Data provided are for informational purposes only.
romantic relationships by investigating possible roles of socio-economic status of families, attachment dimensions, future orientation and perceived abuse in relations on relationship satisfaction of female university students.
Moreover, it is aimed to understand the role of being a student of state or private universities, as well as grades, relationship durations, family income, mothers’ and fathers’ education level and marital status of parents’ among perceived abuse in relationship and satisfaction in relationship.
This study revealed that one in every five college students was affected by this problem, whereas 61% of participants revealed that they knew young people who had gone through an abusive dating experience.
Since then, research on dating violence has increased steadily and considerably, assuming a prominent position in the relevant international scientific literature.
(2013) - How Attachment Style Predicts Incivility, Civility, and Cohesion in the Workplace Jenna Mac Aulay (2010) - The Relationship Between Family Environment, Individual, and Dyadic Coping, and Adolescent Mental Health Fizell, S.
Recently, she has been investigating relationship dynamics, risky sexual behaviour, and sexual health. Past interests include dating violence in adolescent relationships and prevention of depression. (2013) - Risk Factors for Sexually Coercive Behaviour in University Men Stacey, A.Attitudinal data revealed a general disapproval of violence use, with greater violence support among males and married participants.When comparing violence in both relational contexts, we found that, in terms of perpetration, more dating partners reported physical abuse and severe forms of physical abuse than married partners. Marital violence has been a widely studied topic since the seventies, whereas violence between dating partners has become the object of growing attention since Makepeace pioneer study in 1981 .On Wednesday July 5 between - GMT we’ll be busy making things better.You’ll still be able to search, browse and read our articles, but you won’t be able to register, edit your account, purchase content, or activate tokens or eprints during that period.Bartın Üniversitesi Eğitim Fakültesi Dergisi, 6 (1), 365-384.