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  Consistent with Vygotzsky's view, some researchers argue that children's peers are one another's primary socializers and cultural ambassadors. <...> It is in [children's] equating maturity with status that makes little children want to behave, speak and dress like bigger ones. According to Harris, older peers are enormously powerful influencing agents.  
DuBois, David L.; Michael J. Karcher (2005). Handbook of Youth Mentoring. Thousand Oaks, California: SAGE Publications Ltd. ISBN 0761929770. 

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