Adolescent popularity and likeability : associations with risk-taking and self-worth in Australian females and males
This thesis presents a series of studies investigating adolescent peer status - both popularity and likeability - and their relationships with gender, risk-taking, and self-worth in the Australian context. The overall objective was to examine whether Australian adolescents differentiate between these two types of high social status from early adolescence (8th grade), through to middle (9th and 10th grade) and late adolescence (11th grade), and to consider gender differences in the...[Show more]
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