Big strategy is needed to prevent youth-related violence in America
Big strategy is needed to prevent youth-related violence in America

Washinton: We all know that the behavior of youth depends to a large extent on the environment and the environment around them. Research related to this has emerged. It has been told that such teenagers who believe that boys and girls are entitled to equal opportunities and respect, they are very unlikely to get involved in violent activities. Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh, USA, surveyed 866 boys aged 13 and 19 in this study. The study was conducted between August 2015 and June 2017 to understand the impact of prevention programs related to sexual violence prevention.

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It has been reported that about 70 percent of these teenagers were identified as African American and 5 percent as Hispanic, multi-ethnic or others. The findings of this recent study have been published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. The study claimed that such teenagers, who have seen or heard abusing women and young women of our age, tend to harass or harass others more. At the same time, a teenager who is away from such behavior is very unlikely to be involved in such activities.

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According to information from sources, the University of Pittsburgh and co-author of the study, Elizabeth Miller, said, 'This reinforces the claim that rude behavior towards women continues. Also, the young women also get involved in fights with other boys. Such practices are not happening in a closed space. If we want to stop this, then we have to find solutions to other issues as well. Alison Silba, co-author of the research, said, "This study suggests that there is a need to strategize on a large scale to prevent youth-related violence."

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