Withdrawal behaviour (TEFC)

United States, 1974

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Episode of Series “Interaction in the Multicultural Classroom”.
Withdrawal is a response to overwhelming threat to identity. This film looks at behaviour in the classroom which can produce a withdrawal in both students and teachers, and indicates how to recognise this behaviour when it is occurring.

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Gesa de Rozner


P. Hefferman-Cabera

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Science Research Association



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Interaction in the Multicultural Classroom

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Interaction in the Multicultural Classroom


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