What do you mean, I’m “resilient”?

Carole Adamson, Luis Arevalo

Abstract


This viewpoint explores the concept of “resilience” and the divergent uses of this term by those experiencing adversity, and by those observing and responding to the adversity of others.


Keywords


resilience; disaster

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11157/anzswj-vol29iss3id302

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