Ecological contexts: furthering resilience, risk and protection factors. This study presents a consolidation of aspects of protection and risk in human development, in several ecological contexts, such as the family, the institution and the school, taken from literature, and relates them to the furtherance of resilience. It also defines the concepts of the resilience process, protective and risk factors and offers considerations about children in risk situations. This theory addresses the study of development by integrating the understanding of the aspects of people's lives, whether it be the period in which they live, the environments in which they participate or the relationships that are established.
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Ecological contexts: furthering resilience, risk and protection factors. This study presents a consolidation of aspects of protection and risk in human development, in several ecological contexts, such as the family, the institution and the school, taken from literature, and relates them to the furtherance of resilience.
It also defines the concepts of the resilience process, protective and risk factors and offers considerations about children in risk situations. This theory addresses the study of development by integrating the understanding of the aspects of people's lives, whether it be the period in which they live, the environments in which they participate or the relationships that are established.
Irrespective of the context family, institution or school , a variety of influences and life events may be classified as risk or as protection. However, this will depend on the quality and existence of emotional and social relationships, of the presence of affection and reciprocity that such environments provide.
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CONSIDERACIONES EDUCATIVAS DE LA PERSPECTIVA ECOLÓGICA DE URIE BRONFENBRENNER.
Urie Bronfenbrenner April 29, — September 25, was a Russian-born American psychologist who is most known for his ecological systems theory. Bronfenbrenner was born in Moscow on April 29, Bronfenbrenner received a bachelor's in psychology and music from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, in He was appointed to a federal panel about development in impoverished children around and , with this panel helping in the creation of Head Start in Bronfenbrenner wrote over research papers and 14 books,  and achieved the title of Jacob Gould Schurman Professor Emeritus of Human Development at Cornell University. Bronfenbrenner saw the process of human development as being shaped by the interaction between an individual and their environment. It is from this vantage point that Bronfenbrenner conceives his theory of human development, the ecological systems theory.
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