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Midwest and Its Children: The Psychological Ecology of an American Town epub

by Roger G. Barker


Midwest and Its Children: The Psychological Ecology of an American Town epub

ISBN: 0208010947

ISBN13: 978-0208010940

Author: Roger G. Barker

Category: Science

Subcategory: Biological Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Archon Books (January 1, 1971)

Pages: 532 pages

ePUB book: 1704 kb

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Further, the ecological approach of Roger Barker, with its concept of behavior setting, offers an opportunity to bring sociocultural processes to. .

Further, the ecological approach of Roger Barker, with its concept of behavior setting, offers an opportunity to bring sociocultural processes to bear on situated action. It is seen that socially normative actions are situated in behavior settings and have the character of being both regulated and flexible, dual properties that are examined through a consideration of Hayek’s analysis of purposive action. Collectively, these contributions advance an approach to psychology that is coordinative with the perspective of the ecological sciences.

Roger Garlock Barker (1903 in Macksburg, Iowa – 1990 in Oskaloosa, Kansas) was a social scientist, a founder of environmental psychology and a leading figure in the field for decades.

Roger Garlock Barker (1903 in Macksburg, Iowa – 1990 in Oskaloosa, Kansas) was a social scientist, a founder of environmental psychology and a leading figure in the field for decades, perhaps best known for his development of the concept of behavior settings and staffing theory. Barker earned his PhD from Stanford University and spent two years studying with Kurt Lewin.

Further, the ecological approach of Roger Barker, with its concept of behavior setting, offers an opportunity to bring sociocultural processes . Hamden: Archon Books.

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Midwest and its children: The psychological ecology of an American town.