This shift away from an individual deficit lens toward a structural approach to understanding ADV – guided by an understanding of power, privilege, and intersecting oppressions – is also key to contributing to larger social movements for equity. In this systematic scoping review of reviews, we present IMVU a comprehensive summary of ADV risk and protective factors across levels of the social-ecological model, as identified in prior reviews of the literature. In total, we located 20 past review articles that focused on risk and/or protective factors for ADV perpetration and/or victimization.

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Young women, transgender teens, and gender nonconforming youth are disproportionately affected. Dating violence can also occur on social media, online, and through other electronic communication in the form of cyberstalking, non-consensual distribution of intimate images, and other technology-facilitated harms. This trauma not only affects survivors’ health, safety, and aspirations as teenagers—it can also follow them into adulthood and increase the risk of violence in future relationships.

This transition can be challenging for youth, especially youth who have grown up in the child welfare system. NYC OpenData houses ENDGBV’s dataset which contains annual count data from the 2020 and 2021 Annual Report on Domestic Violence Initiatives, Indicators and Factors. These annual reports provide an overview of select program activities and initiatives of our Office. We used Covidence systematic review software to complete title/abstract and full-text screening for this project1. Following the upload of search results into Covidence and removal of duplicates, the first and second authors independently reviewed the title and abstract of each of the remaining 4,798 articles , following the standard Cochrane Handbook . After independently screening all titles and abstracts, the two team members met to discuss their choices and come to a consensus on any discrepancies.

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Tables 4, 5 address our second research question, which examined the extent to which studies identified protective factors for ADV perpetration and/or victimization across levels of the social-ecological model. Of the 20 articles included in this study, only six identified protective factors for ADV perpetration and/or victimization at any level of the social-ecological model (7, 20, 45–۴۷, ۵۴; Table 4). Four articles were exclusively focused on perpetration, one was focused exclusively on victimization, and one identified protective factors for both perpetration and victimization .

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Of those, three identified factors exclusively at the individual level , five at the relationship level , one at the community level , and one at the societal level . Tables 2, 3 address our first research question, which examined the extent to which included studies identified risk factors for ADV perpetration and/or victimization across levels of the social-ecological model. All 20 articles included information relevant to this question, with 11 articles including factors for both perpetration and victimization .

Hawley et al. study found that many shelters engage in some form of advocacy to address TDV. Townsend found no relationships between size of agency and type of prevention work agencies were involved in. They concluded that innovative prevention work by agencies is possible regardless of agency size. Each year, the FBI publishes a summary of Crime in the United States, Hate Crime Statistics, special studies, reports, and monographs.

There is considerable controversy regarding whether violence in teen dating relationships involves mutual aggression and indeed several studies report higher rates of inflicting violence for females (Foshee, 1996; Gray & Foshee, 1997; O’Keefe, 1997). Fundamental problems exist, however, in asserting gender parity regarding relationship violence. Most obvious is the greater physical harm that can be inflicted by male violence due to males’ often greater size and strength.

This may be because larger shelters have no more slack resources to devote to TDV prevention work in schools than do smaller shelters. Larger caseloads, limited funding, and other organizational facts of life may outweigh the number of FTEs in the shelter. RDT suggests that internal resources should be used to enhance resource acquisition from external organizations. Thus, agencies with more staff may be more able to allocate some of those resources to obtaining entrance into schools for TDV education. This effort is not guaranteed to be successful, however, and shelter directors must calculate the risks and benefits of investing limited resources to possibly obtain additional resources that accrue from working in schools.

As noted above, it is also important that this work draws on critical epistemologies, to avoid individual deficit interpretations that have plagued Western research and contributed to the continued marginalization of diverse cultural groups . Only four of the included articles reported on relationship-level risk factors specific to ADV victimization . Having an older partner was identified in two articles , and peer factors such as bullying, peer sexual harassment, and having deviant peers were identified in another two studies . In one review, experiencing bullying was found to be a risk factor for ADV victimization, but only for boys . A standardized charting template was used to extract data from the 20 included articles. This extraction tool was developed based on Cochrane Handbook guidelines , and the recommendations of Tricco et al. and Levac et al.

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