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Relationships over rules: Educating adolescents through an attachment lens
Katrina Infanta (author)John Sherry (thesis advisor)Deborah Kohen (committee member)Judy Polysou (committee member)University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Master of Education (MEd)
1 online resource (vi, 147 pages)
Attachment theory is an integral aspect of relationships and bonds that form between people: parent and child, friends, teacher and student and intimate partners. Most of the literature available on attachment theory is focused on these relationships. It is evident that educators are in a profession where they have the opportunity to develop long-term bonds and relationships with their students.
Teacher-student relationshipsAttachment behavior