Adolescent Dating Violence: Outcomes, Challenges and Digital Tools

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Sónia Maria Martins Caridade (Editor)
University Fernando Pessoa (UFP), Porto, Portugal
Interdisciplinary Center for Gender Studies (CIEG) of the Higher Institute of Social and Political Sciences of the University of Lisbon (ISCSP-UL)

Maria Alzira Pimenta Dinis (Editor)
UFP Energy, Environment and Health Research Unit, University of Fernando Pessoa, Porto, Portugal

Series: Safety and Risk in Society
BISAC: FAM001030

Adolescent Dating Violence: Outcomes, Challenges and Digital Tools summarizes the latest discussion about challenges in adolescent dating violence (DV) and digital dating abuse (DDA), emphasizing the influence of digital tools and seeking to identify similarities and differences between online and offline types of abuse.

The first introductory chapter presents an overview of outcomes and future challenges of dating abuse in adolescents, focusing on the recent studies and examining prevalence, risk and protective factors and consequences of DV.

Chapter two addresses a research involving quantitative and qualitative complementary studies with participants involved in same-sex relationships, aiming to give a more complete portrait of another aspect involved in the dating violence problem.

The third chapter discusses the psychological traits of the adolescents perpetrating dating violence in order to identify the problematic characteristics that are related to the abuse and provide the most accurate intervention in terms of prevention.

Chapter four introduces the problematic use of digital tools, explaining how they can foster abuse in the context of dating relationships, focusing on the prevalence and impacts of this emergent important phenomenon.

Chapter five discusses sexting, an emerging phenomenon in dating relationships, associated with new psychosocial and digital risks. This new form of online sexual violence may increase the vulnerability of adolescent at a crucial stage in their sexual-affective development. Accordingly, the practices of sexting and its meaning in the dating relationship are characterized.

Cyberbullying is another abusive typology that has been related to DDA, which is given special focus and attention in chapter six.

Finally, the last chapter intends to review evidence-based DDA intervention and prevention, considering the different variables related to them, specifically the sociodemographic, risk and protective factors.
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Preface

Introduction

Chapter 1. Adolescent Dating Violence: Outcomes, Preventive Practices and Further Challenges
(Sónia Caridade and Maria Alzira Pimenta Dinis, University Fernando Pessoa, Porto, Portugal, and others)

Chapter 2. Dating Violence in Same-Sex Relationships: Outcomes, Contexts and Dynamics
(Sónia Caridade and Maria Alzira Pimenta Dinis, University Fernando Pessoa, Porto, Portugal, and others)

Chapter 3. Dating Violence Perpetration by Male and Female Adolescents
(Ricardo Barroso, Margarida Ribeiro, Eduarda Ramião and Patrícia Figueiredo, University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro, Portugal, and others)

Chapter 4. Cyber Dating Abuse and Relational Variables
(Erika Borrajo, Psychology and Education, University of Deusto, Bilbao, Spain)

Chapter 5. Sexting and Dating Violence in Portugal: Framing Knowledge, Evidences, Consequences and Impacts
(Sofia Neves, Ana Forte, Mafalda Ferreira and Yolanda Rodríguez Castro, Department of Social and Behavioural Sciences, University Institute of Maia, Maia, Portugal, and others)

Chapter 6. Adolescents Digital Dating Abuse and Cyberbullying
(Arminda Maria Vale, Filipa Pereira, PhD, and Marlene Matos, PhD, School of Psychology, University of Minho, Braga, Portugal)

Chapter 7. Preventing Adolescent Digital Dating Abuse: Sociodemographic, Risk and Protective Factors
(Sónia Caridade and Maria Alzira Pimenta Dinis, University Fernando Pessoa, Porto, Portugal, and others)

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