Name Calling and the Peer Beliefs of Elementary School Children

Dennis, Mary Julia B.
December 1999
Professional School Counseling;Dec99, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p76
Academic Journal
Explores the name calling practices among elementary school children in the United States. Concept of name calling or bullying; Comparison of the grade level, gender and racial differences in the children's experience of name calling; Relationship between name calling and peer beliefs; Implication of the name calling assessment for school counselors.


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