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A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Dating Violence among Students Attending College in the U.S. and Korea

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Unlike the volumes of research about intimate partner violence in the United States, including dating violence, there is little research on dating violence in Korea. However, a recent study that surveyed college students at 31 universities worldwide found high rates of physical violence against dating partners by male and female respondents from all universities (Straus, 2004). The “Family and Relationship Experiences and Attitudes among College Students” survey (Gover, Kaukinen, & Fox, 2008) was administered to a sample of 1,400 young adults attending college in Korea and to a sample of 1,500 young adults attending college in America. This study represents a cross-cultural comparison of risk (substance abuse, sexual risk taking, low self control) and protective factors (attachment to parents, religiosity, etc.) in factors related to physical violence and psychological abuse victimization and perpetration among young adults in dating relationships. This study will examine whether risk and protective factors related to dating violence victimization and perpetration vary across samples. Finally, limitations to this research will be discussed, such as not being able to contextualize the findings presented, especially in terms of the role culture plays in intimate relationships among Korean populations.

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Park, MiRang. and Gover, Angela. "A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Dating Violence among Students Attending College in the U.S. and Korea" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ASC Annual Meeting, St. Louis Adam's Mark, St. Louis, Missouri, Nov 12, 2008 <Not Available>. 2014-11-30 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p269598_index.html>

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Park, M. and Gover, A. R. , 2008-11-12 "A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Dating Violence among Students Attending College in the U.S. and Korea" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ASC Annual Meeting, St. Louis Adam's Mark, St. Louis, Missouri Online <PDF>. 2014-11-30 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p269598_index.html

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Abstract: Unlike the volumes of research about intimate partner violence in the United States, including dating violence, there is little research on dating violence in Korea. However, a recent study that surveyed college students at 31 universities worldwide found high rates of physical violence against dating partners by male and female respondents from all universities (Straus, 2004). The “Family and Relationship Experiences and Attitudes among College Students” survey (Gover, Kaukinen, & Fox, 2008) was administered to a sample of 1,400 young adults attending college in Korea and to a sample of 1,500 young adults attending college in America. This study represents a cross-cultural comparison of risk (substance abuse, sexual risk taking, low self control) and protective factors (attachment to parents, religiosity, etc.) in factors related to physical violence and psychological abuse victimization and perpetration among young adults in dating relationships. This study will examine whether risk and protective factors related to dating violence victimization and perpetration vary across samples. Finally, limitations to this research will be discussed, such as not being able to contextualize the findings presented, especially in terms of the role culture plays in intimate relationships among Korean populations.


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