Starting Younger to Prevent Dating Abuse
2012-07-18 12:17:39


This is the VOA Special English Health Report.(1)
这是美国之音特别英语健康报告。

Programs that teach young people how to avoid abusive relationships are generally for high school or college age.(2)
教导年轻人如何避免受虐关系的程序通常为高中或大学的年纪。

But new programs are being created for younger students because they too experience abusive dating relationships.(3)
但新程序正在创建年轻学生因为他们太经验受虐的恋爱关系。

Earlier this year the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation released a study done in the United States.(4)
今年早些时候罗伯特 · 木材约翰逊基金会公布美国一项研究。

Fifteen percent of seventh graders in the study said they had been the victim of physical violence in a relationship with the opposite sex.(5)
15%的研究中七年级的学生说,他们一直与异性的关系中肉体暴力的受害者。

Seventh graders are about twelve years old.(6)
七年级的学生都是十二岁左右。

Kelly Miller, a lawyer in the state of Idaho, directs a program called Start Strong Idaho. It started three and a half years ago.(7)
凯利 · 米勒,在美国爱达荷州的一位律师指示调用开始强爱达荷州的程序。三个半年前开始它。

The goal is to help eleven to fourteen year olds learn the skills to have healthy and safe relationships.(8)
目标是帮助十一到十四岁学到的技能来了健康和安全的关系。

For example, she teaches them to "wait a second and breathe" before they make a decision.(9)
例如,她教他们 '等待第二个和呼吸' 之前作出最后的决定。

Ms. Miller says a big problem for young people is that television programs, video games and movies often show violent relationships. Mobile phones and the Internet can also create problems.(10)
Miller 女士说,一个大的问题,对年轻人来说是电视节目、 视频游戏和电影往往显示暴力之间的关系。移动电话和互联网,也可以创建问题。

KELLY MILLER: "Now young people have access to one another 24/7, which I think really can complicate lives of young people that don't have the skills or boundaries or that ability to say,(11)
KELLY MILLER:' 现在年轻人有权访问另一个 24/7,我认为真的可以复杂化没有技能或边界地说,这种能力的年轻人的生活

'No I can't text you at two in the morning' or 'No, I really need to get to sleep by eleven because I've got a test tomorrow morning."(12)
' 不文本在凌晨两点你 ' 或 '不,我真的需要去因为我测试明天早上十一点睡觉。'

Kelly Miller says young people need adults to teach them what it means to have a healthy relationship.(13)
凯利 · 米勒说: 年轻人需要成人教他们有一个健康的关系意味着什么。

Several American cities have received money from the CDC, the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, for programs to prevent abusive relationships.(14)
几个美国城市疾病预防控制中心,在联邦疾病控制和预防、 程序以防止受虐关系中心收到钱。

A private organization called Men Can Stop Rape has groups for boys between the ages of twelve and fourteen.(15)
一个私人组织,称作男人可以停止强奸了男孩年龄介乎十二至十四组。

These Men of Strength, or MOST, groups teach boys that being a strong man is not always about physical strength.(16)
实力或大多数的男人,组教男孩被一个强壮的男人并不总是物理强度。

They learn that if they respect themselves and others, they will be men of strength. They are also taught that they can be allies of girls and women.(17)
他们学习是否他们尊重自己和他人,他们将男人的力量。他们也是教会他们可以是女孩和妇女的盟友。

A CDC study showed that boys in these groups are more likely help a young woman who is being mistreated by another boy.(18)
疾病预防控制中心的研究表明在这些组中的男孩是更有可能帮助一个年轻的女人另一个男孩受冤屈。

In Idaho, the state does a Youth Risk Behavior Survey each year.(19)
爱达荷州国家每年做青少年危险行为调查。

Ms. Miller says the number of high school students who say they have been physically hurt by a dating partner has dropped by six percentage points in the past six years.(20)
Miller 女士说,高中学生们说他们受到身体伤害的约会的合伙人的数目在过去六年中下降了六个百分点。

KELLY MILLER: "So we're hopeful if we continue this work in really promoting healthy teen relationships and teaching those skills, that we can continue to impact the Youth Risk Behavior Survey question."(21)
KELLY MILLER:' 所以我们希望如果我们继续这项工作真正促进健康青少年关系和教学这些技能,我们可以继续影响青少年危险行为调查问题。 '

Next week, we look at some of the skills needed to build healthy relationships.(22)
下个星期,我们看看一些建立健康的关系所需的技能。

And that's the VOA Special English Health Report, available online at voaspecialenglish.com. Read, listen and learn English with our programs and activities.(23)
而这是美国之音特别英语健康报道,可用在线在 voaspecialenglish.com。阅读、 聆听和学习英语,与我们的计划和活动。

You can also find links to the Start Strong Idaho and Men Can Stop Rape websites. I'm Karen Leggett.(24)
您还可以找到启动强爱达荷州和男人可以停止强奸的网站的链接。我凯伦 · 莱格特。


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