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    • By: Thi Cam Vy Tran
    • S00093756
    ECOLOGICAL Map
  • MACROSYSTEM EXOSYSTEM Values Laws University Extended family MICROSYSTEM Pre-school and Primary school Extra Curricular Activities Parents Occupations and work place Immediate family Beliefs Health Mesosystem Mesosystem
    • Name: Brandon Li
    • Age: 9 years old
    • Gender: Male
    • Nationality: Half Australian and Half Chinese
    • Child (Brandon Li)
    • Immediate Family - Father (Chinese)
        • - Mother (Australia)
        • - Older brother and sister
        • - Grandmother
    • Education - Pre-school
    • - Primary school
    • - Primary school teacher
    • Health - Asthma
    • - Doctor
    • Extra Curricular Activities - Swimming
    • - Swimming teacher
    • - Piano lessons
    • - Piano teacher
    Microsystem
  • Mother Father Primary and School Teacher Swimming Instructor Piano Teacher Mesosystem Doctor
  • EXO System
    • Extended family
        • Father - has 3 brothers and 2 sisters
        • Mother – has 2 brothers and 3 sisters
    • Parent’s Occupations
        • Father – Optometrist
        • Mother - Part-time for a Consulting firm
    • Siblings
        • His older brother and sister both are
        • studying at University.
  • Macrosystem Laws Father’s values
    • Mother’s Beliefs
    • Influenced by the media
  • Chronosystem Life changing situations: - Parent’s divorce - Death of grandfather
    • “ In 2003, just over 1 million children aged 0–17 years lived with one parent and also had a natural parent living elsewhere. This represented 22% of children in this age group, a similar proportion to that in 1997” (ABS, 2006).
    • Between 1997 and 2003 there was little change in the living arrangements of children aged 0–17 years with a parent living elsewhere. In 2003, just over three quarters (77%) of these children lived in one-parent families (ABS, 2006)
    STATISTICS
    • In 2004-05, asthma was the most commonly reported long-term condition for children aged 0-14 years (12%) (ABS, 2004-05).
    • Of children aged 0-14 years, boys were more likely to have asthma than girls (13% compared with 10%) (ABS, 2004-05).