2012

The Social Ecology of Resilience

A Handbook of Theory and Practice

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ISBN: 978-1-4614-0585-6 (Print) 978-1-4614-0586-3 (Online)

Table of contents (33 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xv

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    Pages 1-9

    Introduction to the Volume

  3. Introduction to the Theory

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 11-11

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      Pages 13-31

      Social Ecologies and Their Contribution to Resilience

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      Pages 33-42

      Resilience: Causal Pathways and Social Ecology

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      Pages 43-52

      Theory and Measurement of Resilience: Views from Development

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      Pages 53-65

      Resilience and Children’s Work in Brazil: Lessons from Physics for Psychology

  4. Five Interviews

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 67-67

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      Pages 69-76

      An Interview with Macalane Malindi: The Impact of Education and Changing Social Policy on Resilience during Apartheid and Post Apartheid in South Africa

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      Pages 77-83

      An Interview with Bill Strickland: How Community-Based Adult Educational Facilities Can Lift People Out of Poverty in Urban America

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      Pages 85-90

      An Interview with Jude Simpson: Growing Beyond a Life of Abuse and Gang Involvement in New Zealand

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      Pages 91-97

      An Interview with Vicki Durrant: Creating a Community Program for High-Risk Aboriginal Youth in Canada’s North

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      Pages 99-108

      An Interview with Arn Chorn-Pond: Helping Children in Cambodia Through the Revival of Traditional Music and Art

  5. The Individual (in context)

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 109-109

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      Pages 111-125

      From Neuron to Social Context: Restoring Resilience as a Capacity for Good Survival

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      Pages 127-142

      Situating Resilience in Developmental Context

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      Pages 143-156

      Temporal and Contextual Dimensions to Individual Positive Development: A Developmental–Contextual Systems Model of Resilience

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      Pages 157-169

      Girls’ Violence: Criminality or Resilience?

  6. The Family

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 171-171

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      Pages 173-185

      Facilitating Family Resilience: Relational Resources for Positive Youth Development in Conditions of Adversity

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      Pages 187-198

      Contexts of Vulnerability and Resilience: Childhood Maltreatment, Cognitive Functioning and Close Relationships

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      Pages 199-217

      Averting Child Maltreatment: Individual, Economic, Social, and Community Resources that Promote Resilient Parenting

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      Pages 219-231

      Caring Relationships: How to Promote Resilience in Challenging Times

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      Pages 233-243

      Young People, Their Families and Social Supports: Understanding Resilience with Complexity Theory

  7. The School

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 245-245

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      Pages 247-264

      Local Resources and Distal Decisions: The Political Ecology of Resilience

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