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HDFS 161 Episode 19 Restorative Justice

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton applies the principles of develecology to explain restorative justice and why it works.

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HDFS 161 Episode 15 Develecology of School

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton discusses the history of the Engineered Assembly Line paradigm for school and proposes an alternative paradigm based on Develecology.

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HDFS 161 Episode 3

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton discusses the macrosystem beliefs and values underlying several current social issues, including racism, police reform, universal health care, and opioid misuse.

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The Baby's Dinner: Lumieres Remake

By: swolfe1

This is my remake of The Lumiere Brothers' film "The Baby's Meal" from 1895. This project was done for Classical Cinema with Professor Sean Witters. The film stars Abbie Kopelowitz and Meghan Hessler and was directed by Sophie Wolfe. The film also...

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HDFS 161 Episode 13 Community Health

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton discusses the develecology of health care and community health.

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HDFS 161 Episode 4

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton discusses the relationships of gender, family and parenthood to employment and introduces Madeleine Kunin's proposals for changing the ecosystem of work to better support women, parents and families.

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HDFS 161 Episode 17 Community Tour

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton conducts a conceptual tour of the community and its residents, illustrating the interconnectedness of problems across the life span.

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HDFS 060 Episode 27 Families & Macrosystems

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton discusses changes in macrosystems and the processes of adaptation families experience when their macrosystems change or when they move from one macrosystem to another.

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HDFS 161 Episode 2

By: lshelton

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.