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Bullying, Sexual, and Dating Violence Trajectories From Early to Late Adolescence in the Midwestern United States, 2007-2013 (n=34860) contains 226 variables on; respondent's imputation number and subject number, age, gender, sexual orientation at time of survey wave, disability, grade at time of survey wave, school, household composition at time of survey wave, academic grades, and parent's education level. Respondents were also asked whether they were victimized by or perpetrated; sexual abuse, physical abuse, verbal abuse, bullying, domestic violence, sibling aggression, and substance abuse. Additionally, respondents were asked about: their exposure to domestic violence; delinquent acts by their friends; and their attitudes towards traditional masculinity, anger, bullying, need for control and dominance, and delinquency. For waves 6 and 7 respondents were asked about their dating history parental knowledge and permission on dating, attitudes towards dating violence, and sexual activity.
Date made available2016

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