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Risk factors for dating violence

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Risk factors have been defined as "attributes or characteristics that are associated with an increased probability of [its] reception and/or expression" (Hotaling & Sugarman, 1990 p. Risk factors are correlates of dating violence and not necessarily causative factors.

Thus, they may have implications for prevention program, but they may also be outcomes that have implications for treatment.

Research on youth violence has increased our understanding of factors that make some populations more vulnerable to victimization and perpetration.

These rates are higher when verbal abuse is included in the definition.Researchers seek to identify the risk factors indicating an increased likelihood for dating violence and the protective factors that buffer against dating violence.Risk factors and protective factors can be found across multiple contexts or domains, including factors specific to an individual, peer group or social group, relationship, or community/environment.However, risk factors are not direct causes of youth violence; instead, risk factors contribute to youth violence Protective factors buffer young people from the risks of becoming violent. To date, protective factors have not been studied as extensively or rigorously as risk factors.However, identifying and understanding protective factors are equally as important as researching risk factors. One important goal of research on teen dating violence is to understand which youth are more vulnerable to experiencing violence in their relationships.