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How Girls Hurt Vail, K. (2002). How girls hurt. American School Board Journal, 189 (8). Retrieved on April 19, 2005 from http://www.asbj.com/2002/08/0802coverstory.html 1. What is covert aggression? Give some examples. 2. What are Queen Bees? What characteristics are typical for Queen Bees? 3. How is girls’ aggression similar to boys’ aggression?
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Unformatted text preview: 4. How is girls’ aggression different from boys’ aggression? Why is girls’ aggression typically covert? 4. How might lessons learned about covert aggression in adolescence affect these girls (and their relationships with friends, romantic partners, and their own children) in the future?...
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