Abuse in adolecent dating in canada


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Without appropriate theoretical frameworks to draw on, care providers may be less able to anticipate clients’ needs and miss opportunities for therapeutic interaction or education (Montgomery 2002).

Development of theoretical frameworks exploring adolescent dating abuse can therefore contribute to enhanced nursing practice and care provision throughout adolescence and adulthood..

Theoretical frameworks can support development of nursing scholarship for such issues.

No single theory yet exists within nursing to explain the experiences and health ramifications of dating abuse among young women. Literature was gathered via database search and bibliographic snowballing from reference lists of relevant articles. Theories of relationship formation and function are discussed, including attachment, investment, feminist and gender role conflict theories.

Search terms were selected deductively in the process of a larger literature review on adolescent dating abuse, which included articles on relationship and traumatic theory. Bibliographic information for relevant articles yielded additional sources.