Peer Clique Participation and Social Status in Preadolescence

Show simple item record Bagwell, Catherine L. Coie, John D. Terry, Robert A. Lochman, John E. 2021-04-06T19:59:45Z 2021-04-06T19:59:45Z 2000
dc.identifier.citation Bagwell, C., Coie, J., Terry, R., Lochman, J. (2000): Peer Clique Participation and Social Status in Preadolescence. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 46(2).
dc.description.abstract A method is described to identify peer cliques based on a consensus of group members; it provides quantitative measures of preadolescents' involvement in cliques and their association with peers who often get in trouble. Of primary interest was the relation between peer rejection and participation in peer cliques. Characteristics of peer cliques were assessed for 824 fourth-grade youth as a function of their sociometric status, gender, and aggressiveness. Rejected youth were less central members of their group than were average-status peers; however, aggressive preadolescents were no less centrally involved than their nonaggressive peers. Rejected preadolescents also belonged to smaller cliques and to cliques comprised of other low-status peers. Aggression was the primary factor associated with being a central member of deviant peer cliques. en_US
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dc.language English en_US
dc.subject.lcsh Cliques (Sociology) en_US
dc.subject.lcsh Child psychology en_US
dc.subject.lcsh Preteens en_US
dc.subject.lcsh Social status en_US
dc.title Peer Clique Participation and Social Status in Preadolescence en_US
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