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Some of our most urgently asked questions concern relationships.

Since then, research on dating violence has increased steadily and considerably, assuming a prominent position in the relevant international scientific literature.

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In the following literature review, we begin by showing how research in the area of marital and dating violence has increased; we then present and discuss the results of the few available studies comparing levels of violence across these two distinct relational contexts—marriage and dating; finally, we concentrate on investigations that analyze the relationships between attitudes and behaviors.

Empirical findings show quite high levels of violence within both types of relationships.

A sample of 3,716 participants, aged 15 to 67 years, filled in one attitudinal questionnaire and a self-report instrument on abuse perpetration and victimization.

Attitudinal data revealed a general disapproval of violence use, with greater violence support among males and married participants.

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