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Bronfenbrenner's Nested Ecological Systems Theory

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Pennie Gray

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Transcript of Bronfenbrenner's Nested Ecological Systems Theory

Bronfenbrenner:
Nested Ecological Systems Theory

Religious setting:
Child, Peers, Adults
(roles, activities, relations)
Neighborhoods:
Child, Peers, Adults
(roles, activities, relations)
Schools:
Child, Peers, Adults
(roles, activities, relations)
Home:
Child, Peers, Adults
(roles, activities, relations)
Microsystem
Mesosystem
Interactions between
microsystems
School
Neighborhood
Home
Religious
Setting
Exosystem
Macrosystem
Home
Religious
Settings
Schools
Neighborhoods
Bi-directional Influences
In the same way the microsystem influences the child, the child influences the microsystem.
Mesosystem: Interactions between the microsystems
Home influences school;
School influences home
School influences neighborhood;
Neighborhood influences school
Religious setting influences school;
School influences religious settings
and so on. . .
Implications for mismatches?
language, values, time management
Exosystem
Settings in which parents live their lives: workplaces, local government, health care system, media, school board decisions
Macrosystem
Dominant ideologies, cultural values, customs, and laws
So pervasive as to be nearly indiscernible
Chronosystem
Changes over time:
within person & environment
Normative Life Transitions:
starting school, losing a tooth, puberty
Non-normative Life Transitions:
death of a parent or sibling, divorce, illness, moving
Cumulative effects of an entire sequence of developmental transitions over a lifetime;
Impact of personal and historical life events on family processes and their developmental outcomes (birth of a sibling, 911, war)
Chronosystem
Home
Schools
Neighborhoods
Religious settings
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