Models and Theories of Behavior Management. Danforth S., Boyle, J.(2000) Cases in behavior management Columbus: Ohio. Merrill Publishing. Social Systems Theory ( Ecological theory). No individual truly lives or stands alone.
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Models and Theories of Behavior Management
Danforth S., Boyle, J.(2000) Cases in behavior management
Columbus: Ohio. Merrill Publishing
No individual truly lives or stands alone.
2. Interpersonal Relationships- patterns of personal interaction and communication.
3. Relationships between systems-The interrelations between home and school, or home and a social service agency.
4. Group Interaction- The manner in which systems relate to one another. If a parent loses a job, may influence a child to feel anxiety and fear.
5. Society- What is bad behavior vs. good behavior? Each day institutions and settings are making and remaking cultural norms. Cultural norms reflect the belief and value system of dominant groups… alternative norms are constructed by persons and groups that disagree with dominant and socially mandated ways
The reason behavior happens…
the behavior is rewarded
the behavior has failed to be rewarded
the behavior has been punished
How could power distribution and use influence behavior?