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Running head: CHILD DEVELOPMENT 1 Child Development Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation
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CHILD DEVELOPMENT 2 Child Development Difference between Cliques and Crowds A clique is a composition of stereotyped close friends defined by a shared common goal or activity. Its member composition is as large as ten members and as less as three people. Also, the components of a clique are defined by characteristic features of same-sex, have a similar ethnic background, or age. Cliques are essential in that they help their members develop communication skills and develop leadership skills. On the other hand, a crowd is a large collectivity of people at a specific location and within a given time and which is impersonal and who are attending a common activity (Ashford, LeCroy, & Lortie, 2010). It is larger than a clique and may go beyond twenty people. Peer Pressure and Conformity in Dating and Romantic Relationships in Adolescence
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