Abstract Whether it is a house, apartment, bungalow or some other dwelling, homes are very important to the people who live in them. The architectural design of these homes often times can affect how we behave and how we relate to others. This study focuses on how the architectural design of houses impacts social behavior. It looks to symbolic interactionism to examine this topic further and finds that, people who live in homes that have been designed to take into consideration their personal preferences will be happier because, architecture reflects and expresses self, architectural symbols affect our environment, and designed physical buildings act as agents that invite self-reflection. To examine this topic, research of existing sources
It will be a strong help for children to deal with the transition from home to classroom settings. Involved parents are more encouraging towards children being curious and reading books, making education to a fun experience. This will help promote educational success for children. The ecological systems theory which developed by Urie Bronfenbrenner explains how everything in a child and the child’s environment affects his or her growth and development. He stated different aspects of the environment that influence children’s development, which are microsystem, mesosystem, exosystem and
Individuals and experiences impact a child’s development, according to psychologist Urie Bronfenbrenner’s ecological systems theory. A child 's environment affects how a child develops, which begins with an individual’s family and extends to the interactions within the environment. Interactions, with environmental experiences, shape the course of a lifespan development. The Ecological Systems interactions with the child will influence how the child develops; the more encouraging and nurturing these relationships are, the more chances for positive development. The influences of family and culture are especially important because they become the building blocks of a child’s maturation.
According to the World Health Organization, the first 8 years of life will affect a child’s health, education and economic participation for the rest of its life. Prenatal environment refers to the chemical balance and the presence of toxic substances inside a mother’s body and the physical environment refers to how good is the nutrition of a child and also to the exposure in risky conditions that might lead to a disease and etc. The social and cultural environments refer to the formation of relationships, morals, values and norms within a child’s system. Moreover, learning environment refers to the stimulation that a child gets from its environment e.g. parents, caregiver and school.
The power of the social environment in Stephen Crane’s Maggie: A girl of the streets It is generally assumed that the social environment can directly influence people 's mental development. The environment generates an information which is transmitted through senses into the minds of individuals. A distinction can be made between the restricted social environment of a person (family, friends, neighbors) and the socio-cultural environment represented by the society in which a human subject lives. For naturalistic writers, who are influenced by Charles Darwin 's evolutionary theory in "The Origin of Species," and by the physiologist 's experimental physician Claude Bernard in "Introduction to Experimental Medicine. ",
Family life - this can affect a child’s social and emotional development. If they see their parents fighting all the time they will be angry in school and this will affect their learning. If they come from a happy household they will most likely be happy and positive in their learning. Educational Experiences – Good or bad can affect and impact future learning – Being rewarded with stars to help them achieve more. Being bullied will affect them.
This is a sign of pragmatic development as has a basic understanding of the functional use of language in social contexts (Alduais, Albassam, AlSantli & Alhazimi, 2012). Contextual Factors that affects childhood development (40%) Living in vastly different circumstances and the difference can have a dramatic influence on a child’s development. Bronfenbrenner (1989) believes child developments takes place in home, schools, neighborhoods and communities. This case study will look into the contextual factors of family and schools that affects Alexander. The core An ecological model by Bronfenbrenner illustrates (Appendix B) the levels of ecological impacts and systems that exist at several different but interrelated levels.
Family members, friends and colleagues which involve in social environment .Physical environment is the size of a room, the ambient temperature or the availability of certain foods. Other than that, it also provides the framework for understanding behavior by the environment and situation. (Parraga, 1990). The situation refers to the cognitive or mental representations of the environment that may affect a person’s behavior. The situation is someone perception of the time and physical features and activity (Glanz et al, 2002).
The physical environment that we live in will also affect our development and behaviour. For example if an individual is living in an overcrowded apartment then their pies development will mainly be affected negatively. For example as they are living in close quarters with one another then illnesses and infections will be spread quicker also there wouldn’t be much room to move about in. Intellectually the individual will find it difficult to concentrate and this can have knock on effects, as if it is a child at school, they could fall behind on their education and find it difficult to find a job. Also emotionally they could feel embarrassed about their current state and also frustrated.
School environment consider in term of pedagogy, social, organizational and other component. School environment emphasis on physical development of adolescence. Educational planner, educator and all other factor are creating school environment that support adolescence identity