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External link Views of Alcohol, Coercion Vary Greatly for Boys, Girls Exit Disclaimer
A UK study found that boys and girls opinions varied greatly when presented with different scenarios about teens having sex and when it may be acceptable to for a person to be forced into having intercourse. The use of alcohol as a means to getting a person’s way was viewed as acceptable in the boys’ focus groups.
External link Effect of Location on Suicide Exit Disclaimer
In a study published online in Social Science and Medicine, a sociologist from Temple University found that time and place are factors in suicide.
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A study out of John Hopkins finds that children who are victims of violence respond better after receiving one-on-one counseling and mentoring.

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