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Samantha CabralECS-23516 February 2020NeilsonEnvironmental Factors AnalysisBronfenbrenner’s Ecological Systems theory gives a great understanding to how certainthings influence a child’s development. This theory starts in the middle with the child and theircharacteristics such as age, sex, health. Second is the microsystems, it is best to summarize thisas the immediate environments so the child’s family, school, peers, church. If the child has safe,welcoming and nurturing environments it will positively affect their health and wellbeing. Thirdis the Mesosystem, this is the relationships and interactions that take place in the microsystem(Amador, Daeshel & Sorte, 2014, pg,14). Fourth is the Exosystem, this system is full of peopleand places that do not directly influence the child. Fifth is the Macro system, this is the largercultural and social context. It may also be what the political viewpoints are in the communityaround them and the religion they believe. Overall just ideologies that have an impact on thechild (Amador, Daeshel & Sorte, 2014, pg,14).Last is the Chronosystem, this system rarelymentioned but it holds a lot of importance. This last system describes the role of time in thechild’s life. This can be when any important and lifechanging events take place(Tannenbaum,2018).Adriana comes from a family of six, three sibling and her two parents. However, her