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    Peer Assessment of Children's Prosocial Behaviour.Susan Hayes Greener - 2000 - Journal of Moral Education 29 (1):47-60.
    The study was designed to examine 8-12-year-olds' peer assessments of prosocial behaviour and their relationship to self-assessments, teacher-assessments and peer acceptance. Although prosocial behaviour has been studied for many years, it has been narrowly operationalised and research has tended to lack ecological validity. To rectify these weaknesses, child-generated normative prosocial behaviours were used to generate peer nomination items for the purpose of rating children's performance of prosocial behaviour in peer interactions. Children also filled out self-ratings of social behaviour and peer (...)
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  2. Children-at-Risk and the Whole Gospel: Integral Mission ‘To, For, and With’ Vulnerable Agents of God.Susan Hayes Greener - 2016 - Transformation: An International Journal of Holistic Mission Studies 33 (3):159-170.
    The author encourages the Church to conceptualize children-at-risk as whole, complex humans, who actively participate in their own development and experience multi-directional influences within the contexts of families, communities, cultures, and histories. This view of children requires an expanded understanding of the whole gospel moving past children-at-risk as subjects of evangelism and advocacy. Children are seen as vulnerable agents of God, participants in their own development, and co-participants with the Church in the missio Dei. Using a hermeneutic of inclusion, a (...)
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  3. Introductory Editorial for Transformation Special Issue on Children-at-Risk.Bill Prevette & Susan Hayes Greener - 2016 - Transformation: An International Journal of Holistic Mission Studies 33 (3):157-158.
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