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- Publisher: Health Canada (1999)
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Caring relationships convey compassion, understanding, respect, and interest, are grounded in listening, and establish safety and basic trust.
A limited number of studies have been conducted to better understand community resilience in the context of changing resource-dependent communities. This study is intended to start bridging this gap by empirically examining three key factors associated with community resilience: local ownership of resources, residents' organizational capacities, and local institutional capacity to respond to change. Our objective is to deepen the understanding of such factors by uncovering the processes behind them in the context of two changing resource-dependent communities in Costa Rica.
Sixteen resilient teachers from four urban districts that reported student achievement equal to or higher than the state average on standard tests of reading and mathematics were interviewed. The definition of resilience was "using energy productively to achieve school goals in the face of adverse conditions.
Salford Quays, United Kingdom. A Study on Community’s Perception on Disaster Resilience. The role of women in DRR and building resilient communities in the face of increased climate risk has received less attention than it deserves.
A study of resiliency in communities. Ottawa, ON: Health Canada. Follow-up study of young stress affected and stress resilient urban children. Journal of Development and Psychopathology, 9(3), 565-577. Bourassa, . Mckay-Mcnabb, . & Hampton, K. (2004).
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The study of resilience traces its roots back a scant 50 years. Resilient single mothers in risky neighborhoods: Negative psychological sense of community. Vulnerable but invincible: A study of resilient children. New York: McGraw-Hill. Journal of Community Psychology, 24, 347–364. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Bronfenbrenner, . & Crouter, A. C. (1983). Werner, E. & Smith, R. S. (1992).
So, resilience as a concept is not necessarily straightforward, and there are many operational definitions in. .He considers how it works, developments in the theory, looking at the study of resilience in South African cultures and societies (van Breda, 2018)
So, resilience as a concept is not necessarily straightforward, and there are many operational definitions in existence. Resilience Theory, according to van Breda (2018: 1), is the study of the things that make this phenomenon whole: Its definition; What ‘adversity’ and ‘outcomes’ actually mean, and; The scope and nature of resilience processes. He considers how it works, developments in the theory, looking at the study of resilience in South African cultures and societies (van Breda, 2018).
The article covers the basics of resilience and the factors promoting sustainability within the field of education.