Unformatted text preview: child could do exactly the opposite. Good peer groups can help a child in continuing to develop good moral characteristics, again a peer group from a church is less likely to be off getting into trouble, over a peer group of those who prefer hanging out in the streets. I think that family is the most important through all stages of human development although peer groups in all stags of growth are also very important. I think Herbert Meads theory of social behaviorism best supports my view point....
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- Spring '10
- Psychology, human development, good peer groups, Herbert Meads theory, good moral characteristics