Shifting Boundaries: Final Report on an Experimental Evaluation of a Youth Dating Violence Prevention Program in New York City Middle Schools

Evaluates the effectiveness of a multi-level approach (i.e., targeting a young, universal primary prevention audience with classroom based curricula and school level interventions) to dating violence and harassment (DV/H) prevention programming (in terms of knowledge, attitudes, intended behavior, and behavior of youth participants) for middle school students from a large urban school district.

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