Bureau of Justice Statistics, US Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Washington, DC, 2007) recommendations for a teen dating violence resource center.
Four focus groups were conducted with urban, African American adolescents ( = 32) aged 13–24 recruited from an urban adolescent clinic’s community outreach partners. Participants assigned a wide range of meanings for the term “relationship drama”, and used dating violence using language not typically heard among adults, e.g., “disrespect”.
During this webinar, we will give you a full introduction to Respect Effect, a new app for teen dating violence prevention, and walk you through the app’s many tools and functions.
Adolescent dating violence is increasingly recognized as a public health problem.
Our qualitative investigation sought input from urban, African-American adolescents at risk for dating violence concerning (Tjaden and Thoennes in Full report of the prevelance, incidence, and consequences of violence against women: findings from the national violence against women survey.
That’s Not Cool, Futures Without Violence’s teen dating violence prevention program, is very proud to unveil its newest digital tool: Respect Effect.
Respect Effect is a brand new mobile application that supports its users to learn and practice healthy relationship skills while earning points for completing fun challenges with their friends.
We will also present a case study, in which our special guests Break The Cycle will walk us through their experience introducing and using Respect Effect in their violence prevention work with youth.