Multilevel logistic regression examined the odds ratios of DRV victimization according to socio-demographics, sexual identity and dating behaviours.
DRV victimization clusters into two categories for females, and three for males.
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Dating and relationship violence (DRV) is under-researched in the UK, especially among Further Education (FE) students.
This study examines the association between DRV victimization and socio-demographic characteristics, sexual identity and dating and relationship behaviours among 16–19 year olds FE students.
Dating and relationship violence (DRV) encompasses threats, emotional abuse, coercion and controlling behaviours, physical violence, and coerced, non-consensual or abusive sexual activities perpetrated by a current or former casual or steady partner.
In a cross-sectional UK study of almost 1500 13–16 year olds, 25% of females reported that a partner had pushed, slapped, hit or held them down on one or more occasions, and 11% of females had been punched, strangled beaten up or hit with an object one or more times.
Among females, 46.1% experienced controlling behaviours and 31.6% threatening behaviours; 49.9% of males experienced controlling behaviours, 27.1% threatening behaviours and 5.8% online sexual violence.