La intimidación en el ámbito preescolar
La intimidación es una de las interacciones sociales entre niños y en las escuelas que se preocupa más a la gente. La media ha prestado bastante atención al tema de la intimidación. Aunque la media enfoque en la intimidación en la segundaria los investigadores han mostrado que se aprende los comportamientos de intimidación durante la niñez temprana y la niñez media.
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