Dating violence in two high school samples discriminating variables
Van Ouytsel, J., Walrave, M., Ponnet, K., Willems, A., & Van Dam, M. Adolescents’ perceptions of digital media’s potential to elicit jealousy, conflict and monitoring behaviors within romantic relationships.
Turbulence, turmoil, and termination: The dark side of social networking sites for romantic relationships. Getting in, being in, staying in, and getting out: Adolescents’ descriptions of dating and dating violence. Making it Facebook official: The warranting value of online relationship status disclosures on relational characteristics. https://doi.org/10.1177/0044118X18760647Leadbeater, B., Connolly, J., & Temple, J. A developmental systems framework for understanding dating violence in adolescents and young adults. The respondents identified several sources of jealousy within their romantic relationships, such as online pictures of the romantic partner with others and online messaging with others. Adolescents identified several ways in which romantic partners would react when experiencing feelings of jealousy, such as contacting the person they saw as a threat or looking up the other person’s social media profiles.