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Evidence for Understanding How Healthy Relationship Programs May Influence Intimate Partner Violence.

Publication Year: 
2016
Personal Author: 
Clinton-Sherrod, Monique.
Kan, Marni.
McKay, Tasseli.
Krieger, Kate.
Cutbush, Stacey.
Grove, Lexie.
Mbilinyi, Lyungai.
Corporate Author: 
United States Administration for Children and Families. Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation.
RTI International.
Responding to Intimate Violence in Relationship Programs (RIViR) Project.
Briefing Materials
Page Count: 
8
Journal Title: 
RIViR Practice Brief: Evidence for Understanding How Healthy Relationship Programs May Influence Intimate Partner Violence.

This brief, developed for organizations implementing healthy relationship programming, provides a summary of research/theory on how healthy relationship program participation could affect intimate partner violence and teen dating violence. Specifically, the brief describes how those effects might occur, and how they might differ for different groups of adults and youth. The brief condenses the research presented in the paper “Healthy Relationship Program Influences: Evidence for Understanding how Healthy Relationship Programs May Influence Intimate Partner Violence,” which is the third in a series of papers from the RIViR project.

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