Dating violence with college students
Thirteen percent of college women say they have been stalked, according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.
Of college students who have been sexually assaulted, 35 percent of them were assaulted while on a date.
One in five students have experienced domestic violence with a current partner -- a statistic that directly mirrors the U. Department of Justice’s findings on student victims of sexual assault (though some have contested those findings).
More than 30 percent of students say they have experienced domestic violence with a previous partner.
student, was working at a Chicago Nordstrom when her ex-boyfriend entered the store, found her in the accessories department, and shot her to death. A day earlier, on Thanksgiving, Shannon Jones, a student at Cornell University, was allegedly strangled to death by her boyfriend during an argument.
Also known as the intergenerational transmission of violence, the link between violence during childhood and dating violence has traditionally focused on physical violence.While men are also victims of dating violence, the majority of victims are women, making a lack of proper prevention methods for partner violence a violation of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.According to the Justice Department, women are eight times more likely than men to be victimized by a partner.There has to be some price to pay." (Note: This article has been changed from a previous version to correct an erroneous reference from another news organization about Greene's alleged killer being a student at South Carolina.Prior research has established that violence in dating relationships is a serious social problem among adolescents and young adults.