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Bronfenbrenner and Me Psychology many times takes us beyond just the definition of words It expands our minds and makes us think of the second step right after weve just learned the first Bronfenbrenner is a guy who can exercise our minds to the fullest A good example would be his ecological theory His ecological model involves how a person responds to their surroundings Bronfenbrenners model is based on nurture and the environment It takes both concepts and builds on them to develop and adapt the individual to society There are four main levels of Bronfenbrenners model Ill explain what each four consist of and give examples of how each level plays a role in my life The first one would be microsystems that is the everyday contact you encounter such as family and church Family is where your comfort and support come in effect They are the only people who stay by your side during the good and bad times you encounter Church is the place where you can confess all your wrongs and church can help you turn them into rights Microsystems can help us give us a positive attitude and feel for life Mesosystems are like the middle of the pack its like the microsystem plus the microsystem For example it would be the coach and parent or like a parent teacher conference Its like a guide to help you achieve a certain goal Coachs guide us to develop team skills and work with others to win Parents teach us values in a similar way but in a more important game called life Parent teacher conferences are just one way to judge these values by school work and behavior conduct Exosystems are societal institutions that get us aware of whats going on in our society Such as School systems and the community in general Exosystems can shape our
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