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Contributing factors to South Korean early childhood educators' strategies for addressing children's behaviors


An examination of Korean teachers' strategies for dealing with behavior problems in children, and a comparison of their strategies with those of teachers in the United States, based on information from questionnaires from a stratified random sample of 236 teachers of children aged 3 through 5-years-olds at preschool and child care centers across South Korea

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United States; South Korea

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