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In addition, adolescent suicide attempts have been linked to alcohol and other substance abuse, violence perpetration, disordered eating, and nonheterosexual identification.have demonstrated that a history of childhood or adolescent sexual assault can predispose adolescents to future sexual assault and dating violence victimization.The purpose of the present study was to address gaps in the literature by examining the independent relationships between dating violence, sexual assault, and suicide attempts among urban adolescents.
The final sample of 87 schools resulted in a school response rate of 97.8% (of the 89 schools eligible).
Return visits were made to 50 schools to ensure an adequate response rate.
Survey procedures were designed to protect the privacy of students by allowing for anonymous and voluntary participation.
Parents were informed of the survey prior to data collection and could elect that their child not participate.
The second sampling stage consisted of randomly selected classes designated by period of the day (eg, second period) from grades 9 to 12 at each chosen school.
All students in the selected classes were eligible to participate in the survey.
Most research on dating violence and suicidality in adolescents has been conducted in nationally representative or largely white populations.
Although black and Hispanic adolescents report higher rates of dating violence than their white peers, to our knowledge, no study has evaluated the association between dating violence victimization and suicide specific to minority teenagers.
The YRBS is a biennial survey of public high school students designed and supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), conducted in states and localities throughout the United States since 1991.
The New York City (NYC) YRBS was first conducted in 1993; by 1997, response rates were high enough (60%) to produce usable data.