Teens and young adults who are pregnant or parenting are important targets for efforts to prevent intimate partner violence (IPV). To intervene appropriately and effectively, we need to fully understand the unique issues and contexts for IPV in this population. This focus group study examined young parents' ( N = 28) perceptions of their relationships, stressors and sources of conflict, forms of IPV, and help-seeking behaviors. We examined data using template, content, thematic, and framework analyses. Findings about relationships and violence between young parents provide valuable insights for future intervention programs designed to prevent or address IPV among teen parents.
Young mothers' and fathers' perceptions of relationship violence
A focus group study
Herrman, J. W., Palen, L-A., Kan, M., Feinberg, M., Hill, J., Magee, E., & Haigh, K. M. (2019). Young mothers' and fathers' perceptions of relationship violence: A focus group study. Violence Against Women, 25(3), 274-296. . https://doi.org/10.1177/1077801218780356
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