With this solicitation, the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) seeks proposals for a nationally representative, longitudinal study examining long-term trajectories of risk for, experiences with, and recovery after experiencing interpersonal violence (IV, victimization and perpetration) among young adults who do and do not attend college. NIJ is interested in a range of IV committed by partners, family members, acquaintances, and strangers, including nonconsensual sexual contact, intimate partner violence, and stalking. Applicants are strongly encouraged to refer to and familiarize themselves with the recommended study design outlined in the final report for the National Study of Young Adults, Longitudinal Cohort Pilot Study and the relevant study data and materials at the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research’s (ICPSR) National Archive of Criminal Justice Data or NACJD (ICPSR 37914). However, applicants are not limited to these previous recommendations and study materials. Applicants who demonstrate that they will augment the study design to reflect present day contexts and conditions and/or offer newer and innovative methods, modes, and approaches that enhance efficiency and effectiveness will be given greater consideration.
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- NIJ FY23 Community-Based Violence Intervention and Prevention Initiative (CVIPI) Research, Evaluation, and Associated Training & Technical Assistance Support
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