Journal Pedagogical Almanac
“ST. CYRIL AND ST. METHODIUS” UNIVERSITY OF VELIKO TARNOVO - UNIVERSITY PRESS

The Average School Age as a Prerequisite for the Emerging of Asocial Behaviour Among Children


Authors:
Magdalena Ilieva

Pages: 68-76

Abstract:

The average school age is a period of the human development connected with the social adaptation of children. In the scientific literature this period is observed as a crisis of age, reflecting the transition from childhood to juvenility. Social position is changed and more rights are obtained, the child approaches the adults. The undeliberate provocative behaviour of children, typical for this age period, can often turn into permanent asocial behaviour influenced by other personal and social factors as well.

Keywords:

average school age, age crisis, norm, asocial behaviour.

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