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1 Contexts of development I Effects of Family, Peers, and Culture on the Developing Child Today: square6 Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological Theory square6 The Family System square6 The role of parents square6 The Changing American Family Next lecture: square6 The Role of Siblings & Peers in Children’s Development square6 Culture and the media Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological Theory square6 Sociocultural view of development square6 Children develop within different environmental contexts square6 Microsystem square6 Mesosystem square6 Exosystem square6 Macrosystem square6 Chronosystem square6 Microsystem: The setting in which the individual lives square6 Structures with which the child has direct contact square6 Family, school, neighborhood, childcare square6 Bidirectional influence Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological Theory square6 Microsystem: The setting in which the individual lives square6 Mesosystem: The links between microsystems square6 Exosystem: Influences from another setting square6 Macrosystem: Culture in which the individual lives square6 Chronosystem: Sociohistorical circumstances Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological Theory The Role of Parents square6 Socialize children through direct training square6 Serve as models for attitudes, beliefs and behaviors square6 Choose the contexts in which their children develop & the people with whom they interact square6 Parents’ concerns for children and their roles change with the child’s development
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2 The Role of Parents square6 Parenting Styles (Diana Baumrind) square6 Authoritarian parenting square6 Indulgent parenting (permissive parents) square6 Authoritative parenting square6 Neglectful parenting (Maccoby & Martin)
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