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The purpose of this study was to identify patterns of dating violence across adolescence.
We used cross-case analysis to analyze interviews with 88 young adults (men and women aged 18 to 21) who were involved in violent dating relationships as teens.
AB - Purpose Substance use in adolescence is a significant concern, particularly the use of multiple drugs.
KW - Adolescents KW - Alcohol KW - Marijuana KW - Teen dating violence KW - Tobacco UR -
We also identified two patterns for adolescents who had only one violent relationship based on the length of the relationship-contained ADV and prolonged ADV-and two patterns for those who had multiple violent relationships based on the level of violence severity-repetitive ADV and escalating ADV.
Knowledge of these four patterns can be used to guide therapeutic interactions with teens and to develop pattern-specific prevention and intervention strategies.
Analyses were conducted on data from 18,680 adolescents in Grades 9-12, across 58 high schools.
Results The latent class analysis indicated a five-class model best fit the data; the largest class was composed of nonusers, whereas the other classes were high polysubstance use, alcohol use, alcohol and marijuana use, and moderate polysubstance use.
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Adolescent dating violence (ADV) is a prevalent social and health problem associated with a number of adolescent risk behaviors and negative outcomes.