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Multilevel logistic regression examined the odds ratios of DRV victimization according to socio-demographics, sexual identity and dating behaviours.
DRV victimization clusters into two categories for females, and three for males.
To establish a suitable measure of DRV, this article considers the prevalence of different forms of DRV within a relationship, together with the severity and frequency of these behaviours, relative to young people in England and Wales.
In a cross-sectional UK study of almost 1500 13–16 year olds, 25% of females reported that a partner had pushed, slapped, hit or held them down on one or more occasions, and 11% of females had been punched, strangled beaten up or hit with an object one or more times.
Dating and relationship violence (DRV) is under-researched in the UK, especially among Further Education (FE) students.