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Some students are unaware that particular behaviours constitute violence. Considering the prevalence of dating violence, it is necessary for counsellors to be aware of the ethical issues and dilemmas that can arise when working with clients. The paper begins with an overview of research on dating violence among college students. in fact, college-aged women (between 16-24) have the highest per capita rate of intimate partner violence. 21 of college students report having experienced dating violence by a current partner, and 32 of college students report experiencing dating violence by a previous partner. Dating violence among college students the risk and protective factors. Author information (1)school of public affairs, university of colorado colorado springs, colorado springs, co, usa catherine. More than half of all college students (57) say it is difficult to identify dating abuse. Sharing passwords can increase digital dating abuse among college students. One in three (36) dating college students has given a dating partner their computer, email, or social network passwords and these students are more likely to experience digital. Violence in an adolescent relationship sets the stage for problems in future relationships, including intimate partner violence and sexual violence perpetration andor victimization throughout life. For example, youth who are victims of dating violence in high school are at higher risk for victimization during college. College students are a vulnerable population for dating violence (dv) because of the social environment in which they live and interact with other students. Contemporary issues in education research, v6 n1 p111-114 2013. Dating violence is a significant problem on college campuses. More than one-fifth of the undergraduate dating population are physically abused by their dating partners and an even greater percentage are psychologically. While researchers have explored dating violence among college students in general (e.). Psychological aggression is the most common form of dating violence among college students, placing young adults, particularly females, at risk for physical and psychological problems. Additionally, in a study examining dating violence among a sample of college students, wolford-clevenger et al. (2016) reported that psychological aggression was associated with an increased risk for suicidal ideation among women and physical violence was associated with an increased risk for suicidal ideation among men.