Peer Pressure

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Thomson Gale, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Guns and violence, divorce, and drugs are among the many issues that touch the lives of so many of today's children. "Understanding Issues anticipates the questions children have about these uncomfortable topics and examines them in language children can understand. "Going along with the crowd" can be not only unimaginative, it can be dangerous. "Peer Pressure explores how individuals in groups interact, and why it can seem so important to conform.

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Chapter Three
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Stewart taught English and reading for more than ten years.

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