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The Interplay of Well-being and Resilience in Applying a Social-Ecological Perspective. 2012. Armitage, D., C. Béné, A. T. Charles, D. Johnson and E. H. Allison

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Social-ecological systems
Nicolás Talloni on Jul 03, 2013 19:46:52

Even though the authors warn the lectors that the social well-being as presented in this article should not be view as a panacea, this hybrid approach can be considered as a revolutionary interpretation of social-ecological systems. I was wondering why there is no explicit mention of the psychological notion of resilience? 

Excellent paper !

 

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