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How We See it: The Children's Perceptions of Their Own Behaviours
How we see it: The children's perceptions of their own behaviours

In this chapter I have focused on the pupils' perceptions of their own behaviour. It is presented in three sections:

  • Pupils describe their behaviours and motives.
  • How behaviours evolve and are labelled.
  • How children look for support and understanding.

Chapter 3 presented factors that were perceived by pupils as having made a significant contribution to the difficulties they had experienced and their behaviour. This chapter attempts to develop a greater understanding of the different behaviours that were displayed by the pupils in this study using pupils' perceptions to describe and categorise them. It also attempts to better understand the meaning of the behaviour as perceived ...

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