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Children's thoughts on the social exclusion of peers with intellectual or learning disabilities

By: Nowicki, E A.
Contributor(s): Brown, J | Stepien, M.
Series: Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 58 (4) 2014: 346-357.Publisher: 2014Subject(s): CHILDREN | INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | ATTITUDES | PEERS | SCHOOLS | EXCLUSION | SOCIAL ISOLATIONSummary: Uses concept mapping to investigate elementary school children's thoughts on why they believe their peers with intellectual or learning disabilities are sometimes socially excluded at school.
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Uses concept mapping to investigate elementary school children's thoughts on why they believe their peers with intellectual or learning disabilities are sometimes socially excluded at school.

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