Results for: 'Social Context'
Professor Shelton discusses the concept of "the social context" of development and provides examples and raises questions about what aspects of the social context are important to children, families and others across the life span.
Professor Shelton discusses the macrosystem beliefs and values underlying several current social issues, including racism, police reform, universal health care, and opioid misuse.
HDFS 161 Episode 20 Develecological Health Proposal
Professor Shelton Describes the process of develecological analysis and elaborates on an example proposing ecosystem changes to increase the health of a community.
Professor Shelton discusses the course syllabus and requirements.
HDFS 161 Episode 11 Political Questions Chapter 1
Professor Shelton applies develecology to address questions about political disagreement.
HDFS 161 Episode 16 Designing a New Education
Professor Shelton illustrates the assembly line perspective and its implications, contrasting it with a develecological understanding of typical features of school.
HDFS 161 Episode 15 Develecology of School
Professor Shelton discusses the history of the Engineered Assembly Line paradigm for school and proposes an alternative paradigm based on Develecology.
HDFS 161 Episode 10 Developing White Identity
Professor Shelton applies develecology to his own experience growing up in America, to illuminate the development and nature of white identity, and then to suggest approaches to understanding and reducing racism.
HDFS 161 Episode 7 Diversities & Ecosystems
Professor Shelton applies develecology to understand the effects of poverty, racism, and residential segregation on children and their development.