Children helping children
This fascinating compilation reviews the recent research on children's helping relationships outside the classroom setting. The focus is on the application of peer group help in familial, medical, therapeutic and health education contexts. Features ideas and insights from an impressive field of international contributors who offer a broad array of theoretical and practical perspectives on the issues surrounding children's helping relationships.
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Hugh C Foot Rosalyn H Shute Michelle J Morgan
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