Role of Parental Acceptance or Rejection in Predicting Different Engagement of Children in Peer Violence

Nikolina Vrljicak Davidovic, Anna Alajbeg, Vesna Bilic

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Aim of this paper is to examine the role of parental acceptance / rejection, family socioeconomic status and satisfaction with family in different types of children involvement in peer violence. 


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peer violence, parental acceptance / rejection, family satisfaction, socioeconomic status

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