Courtship Violence

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Courtship Violence The term courtship violence refers to a couple’s interaction with emotional commitment with or without sexual intimacy. Dating violence involves the perpetration or threat of an act of physical violence by at least one member of an unmarried couple on the other within the context of the dating process (Barnett, Miller-Perrin, Perrin 163). The study of dating violence is important for two reasons. First, such behavior often results in physical and emotional injury. …

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…its occurrence and prevent the future occurrence and deleterious effects of violence in intimate relationships (Ronfeldt 70). Works Cited Barnett, Ola, & Miller-Perrin, Cindy, & Perrin, Robin., Family Violence Across the Lifespan. California: Sage, 1997 Ronfeldt, Heidi., "Satisfaction with Relationship Power and the Perpetration of Dating Violence." Journal of Marriage and the Family. 60 (February 1998): 70-78 Simons, Ronald., "Socialization in the Family of Origin and the Male Dating Violence: A Prospective Study." Journal of Marriage and the Family. 60 (May 1998): 467-478