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Introduction: Issues in the Study of the Social Network

  • Michael Lewis
  • Leonard A. Rosenblum
Part of the Genesis of Behavior book series (GOBE, volume 2)

Abstract

The relevance of social development, in itself and as it affects all other aspects of the child’s development, has been amply demonstrated and has been held, at least in its strong form, for many years. The nature of social development and the critical dimensions of the numerous characteristics of those involved have been the subject of considerable debate.

Keywords

Social Development Marital Quality Sibling Relationship Social Object Infant Behavior 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1979

Authors and Affiliations

  • Michael Lewis
  • Leonard A. Rosenblum

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