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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2005;26(2): 121-134.
아동의 외현적, 관계적 공격성 및 친사회성과 또래관계와의 횡,종단적 관계
Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Relationships Between Aggression, Prosocial Behavior and Peer Relations
Hee Og Sim
Data were collected by peer nomination and sociometric nomination when children were in 4th grade and again two years later. Concurrent results of peer nominations were that prosocial children were more accepted while overtly/relationally aggressive children were more rejected by peers. Peer acceptance of males at Time 1 affected peer acceptance at Time 2. Peer rejection of females at Time 2 wasn`t affected by overt aggression at Time 1. Cross-sectional results of social status were that rejected and controversial children showed higher levels of overt aggression than any other group. Popular children were most prosocial; rejected children were least prosocial. In the prospective view, aggressive males remained more rejected than any other group. Rejected children remained least prosocial.
Key Words: peer acceptance/rejection, overt/relational aggression, prosocial behavior, social status
주요어: 또래 수용/거부, 외현적/관계적 공격성 친사회성, 사회적 지위
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