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Milda Kriuckova

Unit 30: Advertising Production

Research Log
Date

07.05.
15

Source of
information
http://www.bbc.co.uk
/newsbeat/article/26
032894/thousandsof-teenagers-look-forrelationship-abusehelp

Description of
information
gathered
The charity Child-Line
says it counselled more
than 2,000 under-19s
in the last year who
needed help dealing
with abuse from a
current or former
partner.
It's the first time the
charity has released
figures since the
definition of domestic
abuse was widened to
include 16 and 17year-olds.
Personal experience
from a victim of
domestic abuse. Police
were noticed several
times but they done
nothing about the
violence.

07.05.
15

http://www.bbc.co.uk
/news/uk-17787243

12.05.
15

http://www.nhs.uk/Liv
ewell/teengirls/Pages
/relationshipviolence.
aspx

Recognising an abusive
relationship. How to
deal with an abusive
relationship.

12.05.
15

https://www.gov.uk/g
overnment/news/cele
brities-star-in-homeoffice-adverts-tohighlight-teenrelationship-abuse

Explanation about how


television stars are
getting involved in
adverts against
domestic and
relationship abuse.

12.05.
15

http://thisisabuse.dir
ect.gov.uk/videos/vie
w/36/twist-and-pulse-

This is the official


website for the
information and
adverts about the
relationship abuse.

Why is the
information
useful?
The information was
useful because it
justifies my research
about
teenagers/young
adults being abused
in a relationship.

The information was


useful because it tells
the readers a victims
personal experience
meaning that this has
had actually
happened and it is a
real issue in the
society.
The reason why this
information is
important is because
it really gives the
victims information
on how to deal with
the abuse.
The way that this
informations is
useful is because it
had the explanations
of the adverts and
also the link to the
website that contains
them.
The way that this
information is useful
is because it has all
of the information
that is useful for

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Unit 30: Advertising Production

13.05.
15

http://www.pamf.org/
teen/abc/unhealthy/a
busiverelationships.h
tml

Characteristics of Your
Partner
Initial Signs of an
Abusive Relationship
Risks of an Abusive
Relationship
How do you end
abuse?
Abuse by an Adult
Healing and Self-Care

13.05.
15

http://www.mirror.co.
uk/news/real-lifestories/teenagevictim-domesticabuse-tells-1745667

News article of a girls


experience with
domestic violence.
"I think if someone had
stepped in then and
said I was in an
abusive relationship, it
would have made a big
difference.

13.05.
15

http://www.huffingto
npost.com/davidadams/domesticmurder-and-murdersuicide_b_6592950.h
tml

These two cases are


not isolated examples
of how the media
paints false pictures of
intimate partner
homicides. According
to several studies of
domestic homicide
news coverage that
were conducted by
domestic violence
experts, skewed or
incomplete analysis
are more the rule than
the exception.
According to the
Washington Coalition
Against Domestic
Violence, only 22
percent of the 230
newspaper articles
about domestic
homicide that they

people who are being


abused or for
someone who knows
someone who is
being abused. It has
all of the campaigns
and adverts.
This is the website
that gives all the
statements that
helps to identify
abusive relationship
in your or in the
situation of someone
that you know.

This information is
useful because it
shows how common
these incidents are
nowadays. It talks
about real peoples
experiences with
domestic abuse while
a teenager and how
to deal with it.
Even though this
article is about
domestic violence
between adults, the
homicide that is
happening in those
families is usually
covered up by the
media. This really
shows how the
society doesnt want
to understand that
domestic violence is
a serious issue in the
society.

Milda Kriuckova
Unit 30: Advertising Production

13.05.
15

http://abcnews.go.co
m/GMA/AmericanFam
ily/story?id=1534203

13.05.
15

http://www.usatoday.
com/story/news/natio
n/2013/07/31/teendatingviolence/2596255/

13.05.
15

http://www.people.co
m/people/archive/arti
cle/0,,20060228,00.h
tml

14.05.
15

http://www.cdc.gov/v
iolenceprevention/int

analysed specifically
cited these as
domestic violencerelated incidents. A
higher proportion of
these stories, (48
percent), cited the
killer's stated
motivation, such as
"rejection", "rage" or
having been
"provoked", as if this
were a reason for
killing rather than an
excuse.
Katie, Laura, Carrie and
Shaina were just
teenage girls in love.
They are among many
young women who are
verbally, physically and
sexually abused by
their boyfriends.
According to the Justice
Department, 16- to 24year-old women are
the victims of
relationship abuse
more than any other
age group.
More than one third of
teen guys and girls say
they have been
physically, emotionally
or sexually abused in
dating relationships, a
new survey says.

It Was Love at First


Sight for Sarah Van
Zanten When She Met
'Joe' Her Sophomore
Year. She Never
Dreamed She'd
Become a Statistic
One of Thousands of
Teen Girls Caught in An
Abusive Relationship
On here I have found
plenty of different links

This article also talks


about the
experiences that the
teenage girls have
with domestic and
relationship abuse.

This website tells


about the teenagers
who are being
abused and also it
provides with graphs
of what age group
and ethnicity group
teenagers get
abused the most.
This website tells
about the teenage
girls experience
when she was
abused by her
boyfriend at only 15.

The reason why I


think that this

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imatepartnerviolence
/teen_dating_violenc
e.html

that the teenage


victims of abuse might
be interested in using.
Host lines, violence
facts etc.

information is useful
is because it has
statistics of how
often the abuse
happens and who it
happens to.