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The White House today announced their 1 is 2 Many campaign against dating violence.
Today, Vice President Biden, Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett and White House Advisor on Violence Against Women Lynn Rosenthal hosted an event to launch a new Public Service Announcement (PSA) about dating violence as part of the Vice President’s 1 is 2 Many campaign, a White House press release reads.
Their study also funded by the National Institute of Justice, analyzed data from a national sample of 1,525 Latinos age 12-18.
Latino boys with family support were less likely to be psychologically violent toward dates, while those who were deemed to have adopted more of the Anglo culture were less likely to be sexually violent to dates, according to the findings.
The PSA, which was produced by the White House, Joining the President and Vice President in the PSA, which will air this summer on the ESPN Networks, the Fox Sports Networks, MLB Network, and NFL Network, are Joe Torre, Major League Baseball Executive Vice President, Baseball Operations, and Manager of four World Series championship teams, David Beckham of the LA Galaxy, Eli Manning of the New York Giants, Jeremy Lin of the New York Knicks, Evan Longoria of the Tampa Bay Rays, Jimmy Rollins of the Philadelphia Phillies, and ESPN correspondent Andy Katz.
Joining the Vice President and other Senior Administration officials today for the rollout of the PSA were Jimmy Rollins, David Price of the Tampa Bay Rays, who was there on behalf of his teammate Evan Longoria, and Andy Katz.
Session: "Teen Dating Violence — Rates, Comorbid Delinquency and Culture" Symposium session 1012, Wednesday, July 31, a.m. HST, Hawai'i Convention Center, room 301A Presentations: Michele Ybarra can be contacted by email or by phone at (877) 302-6858.
She is with the Center for Innovative Public Health Research, based in San Clemente, Calif.
The American Psychological Association, in Washington, D.
C., is the largest scientific and professional organization representing psychology in the United States.
Researchers analyzed information collected in 20 from 1,058 youths in the Growing Up with Media study, a national online survey funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The study defines teen dating violence as physical, sexual or psychological/emotional violence within a dating relationship.
Boys were much more likely than girls to report that they had been sexually violent toward a date.