Bonfenbrenner's Perspectives: Case Study
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CHN1102 – ECOLOGY OF FAMILIES AND CHILDREN 2
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NAME OF LECTURER: Anna Targowska DUE DATE
Topic of assignment: Bronfenbrenner’s Perspectives
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Mesosystems are classified as being very important to a child’s development and can have a large impact in their effect on the child. The interaction between two microsystems, such as school and home, is the development of a mesosystem and can be seen as an opportunity to build a “bridge” between two settings in a child’s life that might otherwise be separate (Vvc.edu, 2014). In the mesosystem a child’s family experiences may be related to their school experiences. If a child is neglected by his or her parents, he or she may have a lower chance of developing positive attitudes towards his or her teachers and peers. In the company of peers, this child may also feel awkward and may resort to withdrawal from a group of classmates. The central principle in the mesosystem is that the stronger and more diverse the links between settings are, the more powerful the resulting mesosystem will be as an influence on human development (Garbarino, …show more content…
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