Understanding Wellbeing and Development
A social work case study, with reference to the theories of Bronfenbrenner, Piaget and Bowlby.
# 154240 | 2,770 words | 26 sources | 2015 |
Published on Oct 14, 2015
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From the Paper:"According to Bronfenbrenner "every child has developed a group of systems", the child, parents and any siblings being at the centre of the systems. Once the child reaches school age they will start to be impacted more by the other systems (their peers) (Bronfenbrenner, 1979).If we look at Steven, he will have a large set of systems as he currently attends school, has several siblings, and plays football.
"The microsystem, includes his parents, siblings, home environment, schooling and football. Steven has recently moved schools and is struggling to make friends at his new school. Moving schools would mean a change in his microsystem which could be hard for him to adjust to. It is clear that Steven and his siblings have developed a close relationship as he is their main carer, because of this they would have developed secure attachments together (LinkedIn Corporation, 2006).
"How Steven and the people within his microsystem build relationships will impact his relationships in the later systems. Steven being a young carer could have significant impacts on all parts of his life including, his health, schooling and socializing (The children's society, 2013)."
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