macrosystem

macrosystem

[′mak·rō‚sis·təm]
(computer science)
A language in which words represent a number of machine instructions.
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The research reported in this article examines the following multiple distal and proximal factors that may affect the sequelae of TOP: (i) the characteristics and circumstances of women with differing economic profiles who terminate a pregnancy in the first trimester; and (ii) the relationship between demographic factors, resilience, ecosystem and macrosystem factors, and symptoms of depression before TOP (T1) as well as depression and PTSD symptoms 1 month (T2) and 3 months (T3) after TOP.
Conceptual approaches based on Essential Variables, Macrosystem Ecology and cross-scale interactions allow for a deeper understanding of the Earth~s Critical Zone.
As argued by Bronfenbrenner 1979, however the actions in the macrosystem have no direct relation to child development, but it is of crucial impact on the child development.
In each, Urie's answer evokes the ecological sensibility rooted in their woodland walks: Human development reflects not only individual personalities and potential, but also the dynamic interplay among family members, that family's place in their neighborhood and community, that community's place in time and space, and the pervasive influence of macrosystem factors including social policy, the legal system, and economic trends.
The final system is the macrosystem, which is the larger culture in which individuals live; this system influences work values and family values.
White, 1950), in a mesosystem as the product of competing interests among news outlets, in an exosystem of journalistic standards and organizational policies, and in a macrosystem of cultural influences.
And I would include meaningful use in this toolbox, though it's not part of the Affordable Care Act, because it is part of the macrosystem changes that are ongoing in the United States right now, and meaningful use is one of the aspects of the national effort to disseminate electronic health records to providers of care.
This framework is loosely predicated on Bronfenbrenner's (as cited in Santrock, 2011) ecological theory, which identifies five environmental systems that impact a child's socialization and maturation processes: the microsystem, the mesosystem, the exosystem, the macrosystem, and the chronosystem.
teacher's training to work with ELLs), and the macrosystem (the broader cultural context represented by the outermost circle, e.
interactions across the microsystems), the indirect influence of the more distant exosystem, and the macrosystem of cultural and political factors.
assemble eight essays by management, business, tourism, health administration and policy, public health, and other scholars working in Europe, the US, and Canada, who consider the question of health care reform from the perspectives of the microsystem, mesosystem, and macrosystem.
Regardless of specialty and focus, the CNS incorporates both the microsystems and the macrosystem into the care of the patient, staff and organization as described in the AACN (6) synergy model spheres.