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This emphasizes the usefulness of examining the findings of this study through the lens of Bronfenbrenner's (1979) bioecological theory, specifically from the PPCT framework.
The Bioecological model of human development: Theoretical models of human development.
Paranjape SY, Bhalerao AM (1985) Bioecological observations on a pigmy locust, Potua sabulosa Hancock (Tetrigidae: Orthoptera).
In fact, stimulation rates recorded allow in agronomical and bioecological terms, influence of these two herbicides appears different on carbon and organic nitrogen mineralisation in the soils.
The bioecological model from a life course perspective: Reflections of a participant observer.
Thus, currently the person environment classical duality has been overcome and a holistic and bioecological perspective has been established, taking into account the interactional effects of both variables (Bronferbrenner & Morris, 2006; Magnusson & Stattin, 2006).
Given the importance of understanding the cultural contexts of these career barriers, we propose the use of Bronfenbrenner's (1977, 1979) classic bioecological systems theory of human development as the guiding theoretical framework for analyzing these barriers.
Due to the uniqueness of the Brazilian semiarid climatic conditions further studies are required and necessary to understand the bioecological and behavioral aspects of C.
Chapter one, "A systems perspective on myths and misperceptions" addresses the book's theoretical underpinning by describing basic assumptions of systems theory and then applying Bronfenbrenner's bioecological systems theory to a hypothetical example of two teenage parents.
The design of the present study followed the precepts of the Bioecological Theory of Human Development (BTHD) to assess the complex factors related to the interactions between mothers and their preterm infants with regard to whether to introduce a pacifier, as well as the influence of individuals who provide direct social support to the mother.
Bronfenbrenner's Bioecological Theory for Modelling Community Resilience to Natural Disasters.