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"Socializing influences in the elementary school have been a major concern of educators in all ages. It is universally accepted that during the first six grades of a child's life in school that his patterns of interaction with his home, with other children in the community and in the classroom, and with the adults who guide him, as well as his health and study habits are formed. Years of observing, reading, and studying the factors and influences in the lives of boys and girls and their teachers and principals have served to increase the interest in and the appreciation for those activities, conditions, and characteristics which bring about desirable socialization and individuation of the learner"--Introduction.
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 52-55).
Florida State University
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