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Critical discourses on resilience: exploring alternatives strategies used by young people at-risk
(Medimond S R L, 2014-01-01)
The concept of resilience is often situated in a dominant discourse that reflects medical and developmentalist epistemology, in Western models, with the ideology of white people, and middle class hegemonic norms. Behavior ...
Resilience in Vulnerable Populations With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus and Hypertension: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
BACKGROUND: Patients with chronic conditions and limited access to health care experience stressful challenges resulting from the burden of managing both their conditions and their daily life demands. Resilience provides ...
Resilience for disaster risk management in a changing climate: Practitioners’ frames and practices
There is a growing use of resilience ideas within the disaster risk management literature and policy domain. However, few empirical studies have focused on how resilience ideas are conceptualized by practitioners, as ...
Distal extension removable partial denture with resilient attachment connect to an anterior fixed implant-supported prosthesis: a clinical report
Background: Considering the limited qualitative and quantitative bone in the posterior arch, this modality of prosthetic treatment could provide a positive emotional factor reestablished by immovability of the anterior ...
Assessing resilience to climate change in the US cities
In the face of uncertainties associated with climate change, building adaptive capacity and resilience at the community level emerges as an essential and timely element of local planning. However, key social factors that ...
System-level assessment of reliability and resilience provision from microgrids
(Elsevier Ltd, 2018)
Microgrids are emerging to coordinate distributed energy resources and locally increase reliability to expected events and resilience to extreme events. Furthermore, by deploying their inherent flexibility, grid-connect ...
Community resilience in response to the 2010 tsunami in Chile: The survival of a small-scale fishing community
(Elsevier Ltd, 2019)
This paper examines the role of community resilience during the emergency response after the 2010 Chile earthquake and tsunami. El Morro – a fishing community that managed to survive the tsunami in the Talcahuano region – ...
Resilience skills used by front-line workers to assemble precast concrete structures: an exploratory study
(ANTAC - Associação Nacional de Tecnologia do Ambiente Construído, 2017)
The Architecture of Cooperation: A Theoretical Proposal about Institutional Resilience
(CENTRO DE INVESTIGACION Y DOCENCIA ECONOMICAS, 2015)