Steps to prevent dating violence
To get a sense of what the next steps should be, I canvassed about a dozen researchers and advocates, with expertise spanning psychology, sociology, and law enforcement.
While there wasn't complete consensus, five ideas kept coming up over and over again.
Nonetheless, there is a need to develop more tactics for preventing the occurrence of IPV.
A major strategy for preventing domestic violence, frequently referred to as intimate partner violence, is by boosting respectful and peaceful relationships.
or psychological abuse by a present or past intimate partner.
Intimate partner violence can occur among opposite sex or same-sex couples and does not need to involve sexual intimacy.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is dedicated to making sure that all Americans, particularly individuals likely to suffer from intimate partner violence (IPV), live to their maximum potential.
The main strategies employed to achieve this is by trying to disrupt the possible expansion or escalation of things that lead to partner violence and teaching people the skills that boost respectful, peaceful relationships in individuals, community, and collective levels.
I can't vouch for them independently, because this field isn't my specialty. Here they are: Many researchers believe the best way to deter abuse is to stop people from becoming abusers in the first place. Broad, cultural messages appear to make a difference—not just what young children see and hear, from their families and neighbors but also from their role models on television and in sports arenas, may have an impact.