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Resilience, like innovation, is a term that has been increasingly used in the most recent social research for growth and development. This introductive chapter visits the very elementary roots of the concept ‘resilience’ in order to better understand its original frontiers and boundaries in the fields of psychology.
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- Introduction: Resilience—Concepts and Geography
Teresa de Noronha
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