Spirituality and Peer Victimization in Early Adolescence: Associations within a Christian School Context

Volume
Volume 41
Issue
Summer 2013
Title
Spirituality and Peer Victimization in Early Adolescence: Associations within a Christian School Context
Abstract

Early adolescence (i.e., 11 to 14 years of age) is a time of biological, psychological, social, and spiritual evolution and is characterized by dramatic changes for self and relationships with family and peers (Lerner, 1993). The sensitive nature of early adolescence creates a delicate space for exploration and metamorphosis. Spirituality is a facet of development that is influenced by the changes of early adolescence, as youth explore new ideas and reconsider spiritual beliefs their parents have taught them (Good & Willoughby, 2008).

Authors
Dr. J.C. Carter, Dr. K.S. Flanagan and A.B. Caballero
Pages
150 - 160
Price
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