theorists

theorists

Order Description
Some developmental theorists recommended for use in this assignment are: (choose two Theorist base)
• Jean Piaget
• Ivan Pavlov
• John B. Watson
• Burrhus Frederic Skinner
• Albert Bandura
• Lev Vygotsky
• Urie Bronfenbrenner
• Gilbert Gottlieb
• John Bowlby
• Mary D. Salter Ainsworth
• Lawrence Kohlberg
• James Marcia
• Dexter Dunphy
• Kim Bartholomew
• Antonia Henderson
• Donald Dutton
• Robert Sternberg
• Howard Gardner
• Betty Carter
• Monica McGoldrick
• Sandra Bem
• Leslie Gutman
• Colin Murray Parkes
Assignment Type Case Study
Purpose: The purpose of this case study is to integrate the understanding of two developmental theories with a practical example. Within this integration is an identification, analsysis and evaluation of major life themes with the inclusion of strengths and challenges faced by a fictional character.
Process:
Select a character presented in a book, television or film at a major life transition (leaving home, wedding, parenthood, retirement) and briefly summarise the context in which the character becomes known.
Write a case study that summarises the major life themes identified in the book, television or film, and apply theories of development to analyse the life stage, the strengths and challenges faced by the character, using two developmental theories presented in this unit (other than those applied in Assignment 1. Please also refer to the list of Developmental Theorists in Assignment 1 when choosing the two developmental theories for this assignment). Draw on a range of unit and other relevant references.
Your Case Study will need to address:
• Case study written and is inclusive of the naming of major life themes in the chosen source
• Identification of the chosen character with a brief summary of the context in which the character is introduced
• Identification of key aspects of each of the two major developmental theories and application of these theories to an analysis of the life stages of the character, including the strengths and challenges faced by the character
• Reference to current literature and integration of relevant theory into your discussion
Information about the writing of Case Studies
A case study:
• should provide a description of a particular subject such as a practice, problem, scenario or situation
• is often based on a person or organisation
• provides an opportunity to demonstrate your ability to apply theory to practice
• should critically analyse, evaluate or review the subject using the relevant theory
• may be given to you in the assignment question, or you may need to develop your own case scenario
– Developmental Psychology – Marking Criteria – Case Study
Content
1. Case study written and is inclusive of the naming of major life themes in the chosen source
2. Identification of the chosen character with a brief summary of the context in which the character is introduced
3. Identification of key aspects of each of the two major developmental theories and application of these theories to an analysis of the life stages of the character, including the strengths and challenges faced by the character
4. Reference to current literature and integration of relevant theory into your discussion
Structure, Presentation and Referencing
1. Main ideas clearly and logically presented
2. Relevant research and scholarship literature used appropriately to support claims
3. Correct academic writing style used, including correct spelling, grammar and punctuation
4. In-text referencing and reference list follows APA referencing style (6th ed.)

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