Resilience processes and assisted resilience: ecological, social and human approach to traumatic events

Author/s Elena Malaguti
Publishing Year 2016 Issue 2016/3
Language Italian Pages 15 P. 83-97 File size 690 KB
DOI 10.3280/RSF2016-003007
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Contemporary research increasingly includes the paradigm of complexity which involves an existential project that guides daily actions: i.e. political choices, the organization and management of services, treatment programs and interventions aiming to improve quality of life. Over the past two decades, research on resilience has grown rapidly and - given the impact of resilience on health and quality of life - it now includes the study of policies and care practices. The author - using a ecological, social and human approach to traumatic events - examines the construct of resilience and resistance and its opposite: "inflexibility" and "withdrawal".

Keywords: Resilience, assisted resilience, resistance, withdrawal

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Elena Malaguti, Intrecci e metamorfosi fra passato, presente e futuro: l’approccio ecologico sociale e umano agli eventi di natura traumatica, ai processi di resilienza e alla resilienza assistita in "RIVISTA SPERIMENTALE DI FRENIATRIA" 3/2016, pp 83-97, DOI: 10.3280/RSF2016-003007