Essay about Bronfenbrenner Analysis

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Running head: BRONFENBRENNER ANALYSIS

Bronfenbrenner Analysis
COUN 5004 Survey of Research in Human Development and Behavior
Lynette Rollins-Barrett
Capella University
April 6, 2012

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Abstract

This essay will give a brief description of Urie Bronfenbrenner contribution to the psychology. It will assess Bronfenbrenner ecological theory of development. It will examine the Bronfenbrenner Ecological Model of Human Development how each of the five systems form a child’s personal development. The document will identify which of Bronfenbrenner systems had the greatest impact on this scholar’s individual’s growth. It will evaluate the effects of the ecological
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At the age 4, I graduated from the Head Start program. My mom was only 18 years, unemployed, and no high school diploma. She could not afford day care and my natural father was an estranged alcoholic was did not pay child support.
The Mesosystems level had the greatest impact on this learner’s development. At age 7, her mother divorced, remarried an addict/Blues singer with his own business. Her step-father raped her when she was 11 years old at the new home she relocated to with hem mom and year siblings. Her status from the oldest sibling moved to the middle child. She had a step-sister 7 years older, a step-sister 4 years older, a step-brother 2 years older and a step-sister 2 years younger.
At the age of 14, her mother divorced and they returned to her grandmother home. Again, the family unit changed. It was her grandmother, mother, step-brother, step-sister, natural sister, and natural brother living in the home. Let’s not forget the alcoholic uncle. And, at the age of 17, her mother remarried for the third time to a man who thought he was still a sergeant in the army. 6.
Great emphasis was placed on education was of the all throughout the learner’s life. All seven children attended parochial school. Her teachers and family members gave her great praise for her academic achievements. While her step-sisters mocked and beat her out of jealousy for being an over-achiever. The learner was an extrovert in
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