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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2001;22(4): 69-84.
또래 지위와 친구 관계에 따른 아동의 갈등 해결 방식
Conflict Resolution Strategies of School - Aged Children : Peer Status and Friendship
Song Yee Kim,Kyung Ja Park
Peer conflicts between school-aged children were observed to examine differences in conflict resolution strategies according to children`s sex, peer status, and friendship. One hundred and forty eight dyads in 4th grade were selected for the study. The dyads` interactions in a small room while playing a Domino game were videotaped. Strategies the children used to resolve peer conflicts were analyzed by frequencies, and ANOVAs. School-aged children used reasoning and insistences to the partners frequently to resolve conflicts. Conflict resolution strategies were different by children`s status among peers. Popular children used reasoning and listening more frequently. Rejected children used standing firm, behaving aggressively, ignoring, and withdrawing more frequently, and explaining and listening less frequently. Rejected children, especially rejected boys, used aggressive strategies more frequently.
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