Ecological Systems Approach in Sociology
Essays in Developmental Psychology
Randall Summers, Charles Golden, Lisa Lashley, & Erica Ailes
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Sociology as a philosophy is highly concerned with the collaboration of the environment and how the environment’s transactions with the individual affect one another. The Ecological Systems theory, as it is known today, speaks on the interaction between different sociological environments and how it affects the developing individual. Thanks to the work of Charles Booth and Seebohm Rowntree, in the United Kingdom, alongside Paul Kellogg in the United States, there is a better understanding about how an individual affects their environment and vice versa. Their work, specifically their research in assessing the needs of low socioeconomic status (SES) individuals in urban communities, led to the creation of the systems theory and its research.
Bronfenbrenner's ecological systems theory, Charles Booth, government responsibility, socioeconomic status, sociology
Lashley, L. K.,
Golden, C. J.
(2020). Ecological Systems Approach in Sociology. Essays in Developmental Psychology.
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