Chaos and Its Influence on Children's Development An Ecological Perspective
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Description: This book explores how, why and at what level chaos at the familial and societal level affects children. It uses Urie Bronfenbrenner's bioecological theory of human development as the means to understand the nature of relations between chaos and development.
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Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: American Psychological Association
Publication date: 10/15/2009
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.25" long x 1.00" tall
|Chaos in Context|
|Chaos and the Diverging Fortunes of American Children: A Historical Perspective|
|Chaos at the Microsystem Level|
|Physical and Psychosocial Turmoil in the Home and Cognitive Development|
|The Dynamics of Family Chaos and Its Relation to Children's Socioemotional Well-Being|
|Child-Care Chaos and Child Development|
|Chaos Outside the Home: The School Environment|
|Viewing Microsystem Chaos Through a Bronfenbrenner Bioecological Lens|
|The Role of Temporal and Spatial Instability in Child Development|
|Chaos at the Mesosystem Level|
|From Home to Day Care: Chaos in the Family/Child-Care Mesosystem|
|Disorder, Turbulence, and Resources in Children's Homes and Neighborhoods|
|Chaos at the Exosystem Level|
|Neighborhood Chaos and Children's Development: Questions and Contradictions|
|Parent Employment and Chaos in the Family|
|Chaos at the Macrosystem Level|
|Well-Being, Chaos, and Culture: Sustaining a Meaningful Daily Routine|
|Chaos and the Macrosetting: The Role of Poverty and Socioeconomic Status|
|An Ecological Framework for the Refugee Experience: What Is the Impact on Child Development?|
|Dynamic Developmental Systems: Chaos and Order|
|About the Editors|