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Review questions chapter 6 – Peer groups 1. What is a  peer group ? a. Group of people who are roughly the same age, social status or  level of functioning 2.  What is  age segregation ? a. Groups made up of those who are almost exactly their own age  3. What is  age grading a. When children start school only if their birthday fell within a  particular 12 month time span 4. When did age grading become common, why then? 5. What was the composition of the peer group in the 19 th  century? What is it  now? 6. What changes in the workplace are related to the rise of adolescent peer  groups? 7. Explain what the baby boom had to do with the rise of adolescent peer  groups. 8. How do peer groups change over the course of adolescence? Is it  different for girls and boys?  9. What are cliques and what are crowds? How do they differ? How does the  structure of cliques and crowds change over time? 10.What is gained by plotting crowds as a function of involvement?
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course 830 333 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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