Conflict in adolescent dating relationships inventory cadri
On the other hand, evidence demonstrated a high prevalence of girls who suffer sexual violence, as compared to boys.
Hook ups can be defined as encounters that can include a variety of sexual behaviors (kissing to intercourse) with no expectation of committed relationship (Roberson, Olmstead, & Fincham, 2015).
In Canada, Sears, Byers, and Price (2007) reported that of the 633 participants, 51% of the female adolescents and 43% of male adolescents reported that they used some form of aggression against the partner.
The standard used by most of the boys was psychological violence, while girls applied this in combination with physical abuse.
Between 980 American adolescents, 11-19 years old, 9.5% reported having already committed physical violence and 6.1% sexual coercion.
The rates of perpetration of physical abuse among boys and girls were similar, however, a significant majority of boys practiced sexual coercion (Banyard, Cross, & Modecki, 2006).