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" ... a set of nested structures, each inside the next, like a set of Russian dolls "
Children and Families in the Social Environment - ˹ 25
James Garbarino - 2017
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Children and Disasters: A Practical Guide to Healing and Recovery

Joseph Capozzoli - 2002 - 200 ˹
...conceptualized initially by Urie Bronfenbrenner (1979) as subsystems within systems within larger systems, "as a set of nested structures, each inside the next, like a set of Russian dolls" (p. 22). The two most distal levels of the environment are the macrosystem and the exosystem. The macrosystem,...
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Facilitating Pathways: Care, Treatment and Prevention in Child and ...

Helmut Remschmidt, Myron Belfer, Paul Goodyer - 2004 - 341 ˹
...also contributed importantly to the development of MST. In this view, the individual's ecosystem is »a set of nested structures, each inside the next, like a set of Russian dolls« (p. 3). The innermost doll is the developing individual, who is influenced by and who in turn influences...
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The Perils of Masculinity: An Analysis of Male Sexual Anxiety, Sexual ...

Andreas G. Philaretou - 2004 - 191 ˹
...Perspective According to Bronfenbrenner's theory of human development, an individual's environment acts like: "a set of nested structures, each inside the next, like a set of Russian dolls" (Bubolz & Sontag, 1993, p. 423). The family constitutes the most elemental group of human interactional...
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Psychotherapy for Children and Adolescents: Evidence-Based Treatments and ...

John R. Weisz - 2004 - 528 ˹
...contributed importantly to the development of MST. In Bronfenbrenner's view, the individual's ecosystem is "a set of nested structures, each inside the next, like a set of Russian dolls" (p. 3). The innermost doll is the developing individual, who is both influenced by and continually...
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Neurobiology for Clinical Social Work: Theory and Practice

Jeffrey S. Applegate, Janet R. Shapiro - 2005 - 248 ˹
...relevant. Namely, Bronfenbrenner defined multiple contexts of human development that were "conceived as a set of nested structures, each inside the next, like a set of Russian dolls" (p. 3). Bronfenbrenner's model describes the ways in which variables at multiple environmental levels...
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Science Education, 4

John K. Gilbert - 2006 - 512 ˹
...environment (Lerner, 1978; LeVine, 1989). Bronfenbrenner (1979) characterizes the ecological environment as "a set of nested structures, each inside the next, like a set of Russian dolls" (p. 3). At the innermost level is the immediate setting in which the individual is involved. Surrounding...
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Bullying, Victimization, and Peer Harassment: A Handbook of Prevention and ...

Joseph E. Zins, Maurice J. Elias, Charles A. Maher - 2007 - 428 ˹
...peer social network, classroom, school, community, national culture) that Bronfcnbrcnner "conceived as a set of nested structures, each inside the next, like a set of Russian dolls" (1979, p. 3). The strongest contextual elicitors of behavior are the proximal, microsocial situations...
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Preschool Assessment: Principles and Practices

Marla R. Brassard, Ann E. Boehm - 2007 - 658 ˹
...between the developing child and the environment. Bronfenbrenner conceives the ecological environment "as a set of nested structures, each inside the next, like a set of Russian dolls. At the innermost level is the immediate setting containing the developing person" (p. 3). Bronfenbrenner...
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