Reviews the history of efforts to respond to domestic violence in the U.S., and defines new strategies -- targeting teens, young parents and their children, and perpetrators -- that place greater emphasis on prevention.
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Title: Promoting Prevention, Targeting Teens: An Emerging Agenda to Reduce Domestic Violence
Publication date 2003-04-01
Publication Year 2003
Family Violence Prevention Fund
North America / United States
, violence prevention
, prevention fund
, family violence
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