You to make a Poster and explain create a replica of your choice of Bronfenbrenner Nested ecology system theory. It has to be on some different topic. For example like, Population, Media, school, etc. and explain all 5 things, Microsystem, Mesosystem, Exosystem, Macrosystem, chronosystem.
Bronfenbrenner ecological system theory
Ecological system theory gives an explanation of how the inherent qualities of a population and its environment interact in influencing how the population grows and behave. In this poster, the study of the population is explained using various environment of exposure. The ecological systems include; Microsystem, Mesosystem, Exosystem, Macrosystem, and Chronosystem
The following diagrams (poster) gives analysis on how the population is influenced by ecological system theory.
This the immediate environment that the population lives. The model gives the compromise of the background of the population, health services, and community religious institution environment. The interaction with these groups with the growing population influences and determines how the population will grow. For example, the religious decision is influenced by the kind of the population it will interact with. If the interaction is between Christianity and Muslim population chances are high for anyone in the population to follow any of the two religion.
This type of ecological system that defines the interaction of various microsystems the growing population finds itself in. For example, population religious institution and population health services are two different microsystems that a developing population finds itself in .If the ‘community at large' actively participate in the issues affecting the growing population (youth population) and also appreciates the behavior of that population, then the development of the growing population is affected positively. If the "community" dislikes the population conduct it results in negative and conflicting emotions.
This is the environment in which a growing population is not directly involved but in a way, it affects it anyway. Some of the exosystems that may affect the population are; social services and local politics. For example, a community social services and local politics tend to involve youths population mostly when a bad environment exists. Most of the action that effects to that bad environment are performed by individuals but transmits the effects of the action to the growing population (youth population for example). The growing population does not have a direct connection with what happened in the community but in a way, it gets affected.
The ecosystem introduces the useful dimension of time which offers a demonstration of the influence of both change constancy in the population-environment. In simpler terms, the ecological system tries to describe how different microsystem affects a population with a change in the time factor. The chronosystem may include population structure change employment and changes of immense society such as economic cycles and war.
For example, a population who bully other types of the population at school may display the role of a terrified victim at community background.
This is the largest ecological system and it involves a large population and collection of various places. It may comprise of different population cultural patterns and values, political and systems of economic. For example, a population in war-torn regions experience unusual kind of development that population in areas where peace reigns. At war region, the development is low and sometimes negative while at peace region the development is abundant.
Rothery, M. (2001). Ecological systems theory. Theoretical perspectives for direct social work practice: A generalist-eclectic approach, 65-82.
Wu, J., & David, J. L. (2002). A spatially explicit hierarchical approach to modeling complex ecological systems: theory and applications. Ecological modelling, 153(1-2), 7-26.