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Resilienz als Trendkonzept

Über die Diffusion von Resilienz in Gesellschaft und Wissenschaft

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Resilienz gilt als eines der Modeworte der heutigen Zeit. Es scheint, als würde die Anwendung des Konzepts in verschiedenen Disziplinen und seine Diffusion in der Gesellschaft insgesamt stetig steigen. Dabei stellen sich die Fragen, wann und wie diese explosionsartige Verbreitung des Resilienzkonzepts entstand, inwiefern fachspezifische Unterschiede oder Bezüge zwischen den Fächern vorliegen und wie sich die Diffusion des Konzepts in der Literatur im internationalen Vergleich entwickelt hat. Um ein besseres Verständnis der genannten Punkte zu schaffen, hat dieser Beitrag zum Ziel, die Geschichte und die Entwicklung der Literatur zu Resilienz im Disziplinen übergreifenden, internationalen Vergleich näher zu beleuchten. Dabei wird sowohl Bezug zum gesamten Literaturkorpus als Spiegelbild gesellschaftlicher Einstellungen und Entwicklungen als auch zu wissenschaftlicher Literatur im Speziellen genommen.

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Weiß, M., Hartmann, S., Högl, M. (2018). Resilienz als Trendkonzept. In: Karidi, M., Schneider, M., Gutwald, R. (eds) Resilienz . Springer, Wiesbaden. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-19222-8_2

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