Volume 39, Issue 4 (2010)
Can We See It? Can We Stop It? Lessons Learned From Community–University Research Collaborations About Relational Aggression
The collection of articles in this special issue on relational aggression gives us a glimpse into the complex social networks, first, of children’s relational aggression and, second, of the collaborators who develop and validate children’s prevention programs. In these descriptions of nascent efforts to create programs that address relational aggression—nonphysical types of aggression, also called indirect or social aggression— we see how research-based knowledge about children’s development and aggression is actively integrated with the wisdom of practice in participatory action models of program development.
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