Teenage Tolerance: Exploring Young People’s Experience and Responses to Violence and Abuse

September 16, 2002

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CWASU undertook the research design, analysis and production of this report for Dublin Women’s Aid. It examines young peoples’ views on personal safety and danger; their encounters with interpersonal violence, committed both against themselves and against others known to them; their definitions of rape, sexual harassment and violence; safe and unsafe sex; the meaning of consent; contact with and attitudes to pornography, and young people’s support needs.

Project: Young people’s attitudes to violence against women

Available from: Dublin Women’s Aid, P.O. Box 791, Dublin 1, Ireland
www.womensaid.ie
http://www.womensaid.ie/pages/WHAT/findings.htm

  • Authors:
    Linda Regan, Liz Kelly