Author/Organization: Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Adolescent interpersonal violence victimization is an adverse childhood experience and a serious public health problem for youths, their families, and communities. Violence victimization includes dating violence, sexual violence, and bullying. Youth Risk Behavior Survey data for 2019 were used to examine physical and sexual dating violence; sexual violence by anyone; and bullying victimization, whether on school property or electronic, of U.S. high school students by sex, race/ethnicity, and sexual identity.
Resource Type: Research
Age: High School
Topics: BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, bullying & cyberbullying, community educators, intimate partner violence, male survivors, masculinity/men & boys, sexual-violence
Publication Date: 2020
Date Resource Added: February 3, 2021