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Ecological Map. Allison Pace S00085549. Urie Brofenbrenner’s Social Ecology Model. Macrosystem. (adapted from Bronfenbrenner’s social ecology model as cited in Bowes, 2009). Chronosystem. Avatar – Tom. Comparative Data. Government Policy and Law. Expectations. Environment.

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    1. Ecological Map Allison PaceS00085549

    2. UrieBrofenbrenner’s Social Ecology Model

    3. Macrosystem (adapted from Bronfenbrenner’s social ecology model as cited in Bowes, 2009) Chronosystem

    4. Avatar – Tom

    5. Comparative Data

    6. Government Policy and Law Expectations Environment • Australian Culture • Father’s Farm Mass Media • Socio-Economic Status Peers Teachers • Neighbour’s Sue and John • Mums work environment • Family Structure – two separate sets of values and rules Sporting Coaches • Friends Public High School • Local Community Surroundings • 14 year old sister • Local Rugby League Club • Mum and Stepdad Dad Chromo- Environmental Events ‘Technology Era’ Broken Family Structure

    7. The Individual: Factors that are directly associated with traits of the individual.

    8. Microsystem: Any immediate influences and factors closest to the child and their environment such as the immediate family, peer group, school and local community. (Bowes, 2009)

    9. Mesosystem: Bidirectional interactions and relationships between the Microsystems and the individual. For example the parents and teachers coordinating their efforts for the education of the child. (Bowes, 2009)

    10. Exosystem: Indirect contact and involvement with other people and places that inevitably affect the individual. For example, workplaces, extended family members and the neighbourhood. (Bowes, 2009)

    11. Macrosystem: The largest and most extensive system encompassing factors such as values, economic and political conditions and culture that still maintain a great influence over the individual. (Bowes, 2009)

    12. Chronosystem: Environmental transitions continuing over the life course, influencing development on the individual. (Bowes, 2009) PASSING TIME

    13. Reference List • Australian Bureau of Statistics. (2008) 4156.0 - Sports and Physical Recreation: A Statistical Overview, Australia, 2008 (Edition 2). Retrieved 10/3/2009, from website: http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/Products/92EDC1195406BD3DCA2574D600173781? opendocument. • Australian Bureau of Statistics. (2006) 2006 Census QuickStats : Australia. Retrieved 10/3/2009, from website: http://www.censusdata.abs.gov.au/ABSNavigation/prenav/ViewData?product type=QuickStats&subaction=-b=LP&period=2006&navmapdisplayed=true. • 1&areacode=0&action=401&collection=Census&textversion=false&breadcrum • Australian Bureau of Statistics. (2003) 4102.0 - Australian Social Trends, 2003. • Retrieved 10/3/2009, from website: http://www.abs.gov.au/AUSSTATS/abs@.nsf/DetailsPage/4102.02003?OpenDocument. Bowes, J.M. (Ed). (2009). Children, Families & Communities: Contexts and Consequences (3rdedn). Malbourne: Oxford University Press.