Best Friends, Worst Enemies: Children's Friendships, Popularity and Social Cruelty

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Questions about children's friendships and social development consume parents. Is my child popular? What if she isn't? What if she is being excluded from that group? What if he is a bully or a victim? When should I intervene, and how? "Best friends, worst enemies" balances anecdotes and theory to examine the social world of children, addressing such issues as: the developmental stages of children's friendships, cliques, bullying, popularity, best friends, social cruelty, pecking order, dating, and the role of parents and ...

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