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Not resilience, but just Workplace Adversity.
I thank you.
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In my research I use resilience as a sub-criteria of Responsiveness, so I need answers to series of questions:
How does a developed administrative capacity contribute to the Public Procurement System's (PPS) resilience?
Adaptability is the second sub-criteria and the question is:
How does assessment contribute to the adaptation of the continuous changing context of the Romanian Public Procurement System ?
(Responsiveness, Responsibility, Receptivity, and Transparency are four important criteria against which I evaluate the governance of innovation in Romanian PPS.
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The efficient administration always indulged itself for the better outcomes.it perform obligation to bring the revolutionary changes for the set up . it need to focus on the weaknesses of the system to make amendment for ultimate results
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Greeting fellow researchers!!!
I am conducting a research entitled "Self-esteem and Resilience among Orphans and Children living with their parents" so for that I need children between the age group of 10-18 years living in Delhi NCR (India) who can fill the Google link.If you have someone in your family or extended family please get it filled by them.
Seeking your kind support
Regards
Kavita Thapa
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Have you addressed the imperatives of informed consent in carrying out research especially with children?
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The technology-centered approach of Industry 4.0 has proved improper since the lack of a human impact in the application of this concept. Therefore, the wave of change has effects that go far beyond technological transformation. Such a transformed industry requires new knowledge and skills of both engineers and workers. Hence, the European Commission adopted an official document presenting Industry 5.0 and emphasizing the main role of the research and innovation sector to support industry in its long-term service to humanity. The question is how to bring humans back to the forefront while maintaining the digital agenda and emphasizing sustainability and resilience with the aim to develop human-centric smart manufacturing systems?
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In summary: from one boiata to another.
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I am looking for a book to suggest to my university students to study the response of natural environments to external factors, including climate change. I am interested in one that deals in some depth with the issues of vulnerability, resilience, resistance and adaptation. thank you to anyone who suggests something :)
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I totally agree, thank you very much for your suggestions.
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In checking for child malnutrition in a household, if there is more than one child, some are malnourished while others are not and we want to check the resilience capacity of the household, how do we classify the household, malnourished or not? and this is to check transition from one state to another between years.
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this is an interesting question because obviously it makes more sense to look at the trends for the individual child if it is possible to capture that data. you could juxtapose child nutrition trends against household food security indices to see what shows up. you could create a composite index with the nutritional indicators of all members of the household - but like other composite indices it hides a lot more than it demonstrates. for instance - a child with malnutrition might get mathematically completely hidden by two siblings with normal nutrition.
in one study where we did not have the facility to do anthropometry of individual children we quantified something we termed 'nutritional poverty' based upon consumption of protein which is a major gap in our context. you could think along those lines based on previous understanding of what the main determinants of malnutrition are in your study population.
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Although some researchers distinguish resilience demonstration from resilience development and resilience capabilities, I could not find any scale that measures resilience demonstration by individuals or employees.
I would appreciate it if you could recommend a scale that has been / can be used in measuring resilience demonstration by employees.
Thank you.
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(PDF) Employee Resilience Scale (EmpRes) Measurement Properties (researchgate.net)
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Are there any systematic reviews on the relationship between trauma exposure and resilience?
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Thanks Beatrice. Interesting that Agaibi and Wilson identified five classes of variables and considered their interactions. I would love to see meta-analyses being conducted building on their review.
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Utilities are heavily financially impacted by the COVID pandemic. The water and sewer utilities have been struggling to cope up with the loss of revenues to run their system successfully. The prolonged loss of revenue, in fact test the resiliency of a system in terms of financial planning. Expertise on this topic is welcome!
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A tinny biological agent has shaken the whole globe and changed the economy, the policies, and the different strategies of many countries. This biological agent differs from others in the way that it may goes away and comes back again with a different shape.
Besides that our life is inherently hard, the potential long-term consequences of this pandemic are starting to reveal themselves.
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I already have the items from the scale, and even the data. The only problem is I don't know how to determine if that scores is low or high from academic resilience.
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For all items, a higher score(range 1–5) indicates greater agreement with the statement. The global ARS-30 score represents the summation of responses to the 30 individual items, with a higher global score (theoretical range 30–150) reflecting greater academic resilience
Detail you can find below: (PDF) The Academic Resilience Scale (ARS-30): A New Multidimensional Construct Measure. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/310765498_The_Academic_Resilience_Scale_ARS-30_A_New_Multidimensional_Construct_Measure [accessed May 20 2022].
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Can anyone tell me on how I will be able to interpret the Academic Resilience Scale (ARS-30) developed by Cassidy (2016)
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Frontiers | The Academic Resilience Scale (ARS-30): A New
Check if this helps you.
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I'm planning to use regression analysis in my study, but I am confused about this: if both of the predictors or independent variables (e.g. Academic Resilience & Academic Procrastination) were already correlated with the Dependent Variable (e.g. Test Anxiety) in the previous studies, is it still possible to pursue it? It's an undergraduate thesis btw, and research is really not my forte that's why I'm having a hard time.
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I don't see anything wrong if you could replicate the regression on your own separate data and obtain your results. This is in spite of your knowledge of the results of correlation between the variables involved.
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It was noted that the students from joint families had better developmental state of psychological constructs, i.e., hope, self-efficacy, & resilience compared to nuclear families. In this context, I am looking for your response on the possible factors that affect their psychological development. Any social theory or perspective to understand the difference, will be high appreciable. thankyou|
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Dear Md Nawaz Sarif
Thanks for bringing to the forefront of this public platform your interesting question.
I use to distinguish between what I call personal families and positional families. In the former, children/students are encouraged to respect all persons, regardless of their age, gender, skin color or their socio-economic status, just to mention four factors. In the latter, children/students are encouraged to respect those who, either within the school or the home, have more physical, psychological or spiritual power. Research (see, for the respect, the work by Urie Bronfenbrenner on the ecology of human development) has shown that, when compared to children/students of positional families, children/students of personal families tend to be more developed, for example, in terms of cognitive, emotional, interpersonal, prosocial and moral development.
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Dear Colleagues,
We are currently conducting a qualitative meta-analysis and looking for qualitative research that is focused on transgender, non-binary, and gender diverse people’s experiences of gender identity development and how their gender functions to support coping with minority stress as well as increasing resilience and flourishing. We are looking specifically at articles that focus on participants in the United States. We are contacting scholars to ask if they have authored or are aware of studies that may meet our inclusion criteria, particularly any new or unpublished studies. Our team will screen the articles to determine if they meet our inclusion criteria. If you know of any studies that may be relevant to our qualitative meta-analysis, please contact or send them to Kelsey Kehoe at kelsey.kehoe001@umb.edu.
Thank you!
Heidi Levitt & Kelsey Kehoe
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Thank you!
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At what time scale should we consider the priority measures to be implemented in order to ensure the protection of natural resources and guarantee their sustainability? (i) direct and urgent measures associated with the modes of exploitation and development of resources ; (ii) indirect and very long-term implications of Climate Change on the potential of resources. Has everything been done on (i) to decree that it is urgent to tackle (ii) head-on with all its uncertainties, particularly with regard to time scales involved, incompatible with the scales of concrete actions?
Is it absurd to assume, like for the evolution of species and their adaptations to natural changes of all kinds, that adaptations and resilience to the effects of climate change should readjust themselves, to changes in natural conditions, which by definition are very slow and loaded with uncertainties?
Moral: what are the urgent actions for scientists, decision-makers, actors, and active civil societies, and on what issues should scientific, technical, and financial resources should be concentrated?
I would be glad to exchange ideas on this important matter. To start the discussion, I will begin by giving some examples from Tunisia (ranked among the countries that suffer the most from lack of water).
Example 1- On the adaptation of Tunisian olive groves to bioclimatic conditions: The olive tree has been cultivated in Tunisia since Roman times under different bioclimatic conditions in exclusively rainfed groves: in the south with less than 250 mm of rainfall and in the north with more than 600 mm [1]. Apart from the different olive tree species in each of the regions, it is clear that the density of olive trees is strictly correlated with rainfall, ranging from 16 olive trees per hectare in the South to nearly a hundred olive trees per hectare in the North; so that it is possible to faithfully superimpose the density map of olive trees on the map of isohyets. Empirically, over millennia and outside of any protocol or procedure, the peasants have naturally adapted to the natural conditions of the environment and it is difficult to imagine that things can be otherwise.
Example 2- On floods and hydraulic disorders: Indigenous, Carthaginian, Roman, and Muslim cities were, without exception, located high up, sheltered from flooding (they were unfortunately not immune to drought). The centrifugal developments of urban agglomerations during the last century have reached flood zones. The transformation of watersheds and the artificialization of the water cycle have increased the concentration of flows so that flooding has become a national plague. What are the urgent actions: (i) to rethink territory development and planning for better resilience to flooding or (ii) tackle the impact of climate change on the frequencies of floods, admittedly real but at much larger time scales which escapes the scales of concrete actions.
Example 3- On groundwater overexploitation and aquifers depletion: Most of the groundwater is subjected to disastrous overexploitation leading to drawdowns and irreversible degradation of water quality. Some aquifers are withdrawn at more than 250% of the average recharge rate and the oases of the South draw on very weakly renewable “fossil” aquifers to produce dates sold at prices ranging between $ 1 and $ 3 (approximately 8 m3 of water are required to produce 1 kg of dates) [2]. Coastal aquifers in the Cap-Bon region are used in the production of citrus fruits sold at less than $ 1 per kg. The aquifers are stressed to such an extent that marine intrusion has, in some cases, resulted in definitive depletion of the resource. If the decision-makers and the scientific community do not put urgently all their human and material resources and all the scientific and technical means, to solve this nagging problem; well, the time needed to define and put in place measures of resilience and adaptation to the hypothetical effects of Climate Change on groundwater recharge will be more than enough for the squandering of these resources to be total and definitive as it is already the case of certain coastal aquifers.
[1](5) (PDF) Alleviating water scarcity by optimizing "Green Virtual-Water": the case of Tunisia (researchgate.net)
[2](4) National Water Security, Case Study of an Arid Country: Tunisia | Request PDF (researchgate.net).
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Investment into resilience can align with sustainable development goals, improving quality of life, stimulating the economy, and protecting the environment while safeguarding areas against the onset of climate change. Resilience is the ability of a system to absorb, withstand and bounce back after an adverse event. https://www.eesi.org/topics/adaptation-resilience/description
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Dear researchers,
I would like to invite you to review my questionnaire for relevance. My questionnaire is on the topic of organizational resilience. The objectives of the questionnaire are 1) to identify the factors of organizational resilience in private schools and 2) to assess the importance of these factors of organizational resilience.
I conducted a thorough literature review that resulted in the identification of 16 factors of organizational resilience that I have included in the questionnaire questions.
I would like please some researchers to access the below form, read each question of the questionnaire, then rate its relevance to the research topic on a scale from 1 to 3 :
1:Essential ; 2:Useful but not essential ; 3:Not necessary
The review is anonymous (no names are required), but should be done by someone familiar with questionnaires and research.
The form is accessible online at: https://forms.gle/fo1AxRc6hPJNAqP56
Thank you for your support.
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Powerful, comprehensive and relevant questionnaire I wish you success
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Can we model (mathematically) the resilience of populations (at the village level) to climate change to see the dynamics of this resilience in the future ? In other words, what parameters should be taken into account? How can these parameters be quantified?
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Dear Serigne Mbacké Coly Resilience to climate change is first of all a time-scale dielema: At what time scale should we consider the priority measures to be implemented in order to ensure the protection of natural resources and guarantee their sustainability? (i) direct and urgent measures associated with the modes of exploitation and development of resources ; (ii) indirect and very long-term implications of Climate Change on the potential of resources. Has everything been done on (i) to decree that it is urgent to tackle (ii) head-on with all its uncertainties, particularly with regard to time scales involved, incompatible with the scales of concrete actions?
Is it absurd to assume, like for the evolution of species and their adaptations to natural changes of all kinds, that adaptations and resilience to the effects of climate change should readjust themselves, to changes in natural conditions, which by definition are very slow and loaded with uncertainties?
Moral: what are the urgent actions for scientists, decision-makers, actors, and active civil societies, and on what issues should scientific, technical, and financial resources should be concentrated?
See:
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Can patch shape and metrics be used as a measure of ecosystem resilience, stability or health
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Dear community,
I have spent a lot of time doing research to figure out my dissertation topic and still can't seem to make a decision. Lots of doubts coming my way regarding the existing literature and relevance of my interest.
In the context of Lebanon, where the current economic crisis has led to major fuel shortage and price inflation leaving citizens unable to afford food nor even drive to work. It is in this context that I found genuine interest in urban planning (subject to change) and the importance of soft mobility in Lebanon. It is a very car-centric country and the infrastructure is not public-friendly, nor is there any sidewalks or greenery.
My dissertation needs to be relevant for:
- Social innovation
- Management
Some of the research questions that I have been thinking about:
- How can SIE (in urban planning) contribute to the well-being of ppl?
(Urban planning/public transport is a public good Look - at the political barriers - but also quite basic)
- how does political (in)stability influences social innovation in Lebanon? What are the patterns of innovation?
(Also look at concept of Social Bricoleur: an entrepreneur that has tactic knowledge to intervene in specific local situations to solve specific episodic situations with limited resources)
- how can SIE influence policy making? (meh)
- what is the role of resilience for Lebanese SIEs? (Maybe a comparison with the west - also here explore "resilience vs coping")
Some of my fears:
The pattern here is my interest in politics/public institutions - which i'm not sure is a good thing because:
1- it can just be context,
2- theres been a lot done,
3- doesn't allow me to be creative, but can also indicate my interest
Also I feel like well-being and resilience have been over studied, but at the same time I don't want to research something very difficult and make my dissertation a burden.
On another note: I am very much interested in Gender and Education (which is why I stated above that soft mobility/public transport is subject to change, but context of Lebanon remains).
I would be grateful to hear your thoughts.
Best,
Ghilaine
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Dear Ghilaine Husni;
Improving city quality of life is becoming an increasingly important issue for urban planners. The global rise in urban populations, caused by rapid population growth and urbanization processes, makes the urban quality of life more important to an increasing number of people. Simultaneously, cities' physical characteristics change to accommodate new residents. A better understanding of the relationship between the built environment and city quality of life can help shape the present.
Air pollution and climate change are two distinct phenomena, but their causes are intertwined, as many of the emissions produced by the combustion engines that power automobiles not only degrade air quality but also contribute to climate change by exacerbating the greenhouse effect. Air pollution is a serious public health issue that kills more people than traffic accidents and has an impact on growth, respiratory function, and cognitive development. The use of urban space primarily for road traffic has a direct impact on aspects such as air quality and physical activity that influence population health, particularly that of vulnerable groups such as children and the elderly. Climate change is another issue closely related to urban and transportation planning, and it is one of the most significant global challenges confronting cities in the twenty-first century. The urban heat island effect, which is caused by heat accumulation due to the building materials that dominate in urban landscapes, is expected to become more acute, leading to an increase in the negative health effects caused by high temperatures, such as impaired cognitive development and premature death. The place is one of many social factors that contribute to health, both individually and collectively, such as income, education, food security, and early childcare and development. Study after study has shown that where you live has a significant impact on how long and how well you can expect to live.
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  • Japan is constantly surrounded by unpredictable and devastating events (earthquakes, tsunamis), and at the same time stands out for its corporate longevity - 40 percent of companies that have existed for more than 300 years are located in Japan. According to Professor Hirotaka Takeuchi from Harvard Business School, in addition to the fact that many Japanese companies imagine what kind of future they want to create in 100 or 200 years, they are constantly working on creating lasting changes in society for satisfied employees and the community.
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Michael Issigonis thank you very much for interesting and intriguing explanation.
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I am trying to find an RSA and I am having no luck. I've check my school databases and I can find many studies on the instrument but I cannot find the instrument.
I would like to use it in my study but I don't even know what the items are. I know there is a 33-item instrument, is there a smaller one?
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I found the scale. Friborg, O., Barlaug, D., Martinussen, M., Rosenvinge, J. H., & Hjemdal, O. (2005). Resilience in relation to personality and intelligence. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research, 14(1), 29–42.
Thank you all for the assistance and advice.
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emerging research in customer brand engagement and brand evangelism in relation to organisational resilience as a new research area
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dear Prof Ilan Kelman thank you sir I will refer to these works!
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Dear researcher, practitioner in aviation and airports,
With changing climate conditions and major weather events, resilience has taken a new dimension. Airports must now build greater flexibility into their operations and maintenance to meet challenges posed by natural disasters. Moreover, long-term investments in airports must address the current and future risks, including those emanating from climate and disaster-related hazards.
The Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure (CDRI) Survey on the Disaster Resilience of Airports* seeks to take stock of airport practices, risk management across regions and hazards to eventually derive a set of recommendations that can be adopted by existing and future airport stakeholders, such as airport authorities, governments, airport operators, investors, designers, engineers, etc.
The survey’s goals are to:
  1. Understand airport’s current perception of and exposure to disaster events
  2. Map out the organizational, infrastructure and operating elements influencing the airport’s resilience
  3. Gain insight into the airport’s expectations and adaptation to face the next 20 to 50 years
All data gathered through this survey will be kept confidential and only be used in aggregate form. The results of this study will be made available to participating airports.
Thank you for participating in this survey!
*)The survey is being conducted on behalf of CDRI, by NACO and InterVISTAS, two subsidiaries of Royal HaskoningDHV.
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Thanks Julius Riese for your supportive reaction. Some of our previous work has been published and is collected in our 'Climate Resilient Airports' project; https://www.researchgate.net/project/Climate-Resilient-Airports.
Yet, the current 'Disaster Resilient Airports' survey is not limited to climatic extremes and includes effects of volcanic activity a.o.
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Searching for references that uses socioecological system for disaster impact assessment, supply chain networks and resilience assessment.
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Climate-Smart Agriculture “Agriculture that sustainably increases productivity, enhances resilience (adaptation), reduces/removes GHGs (mitigation) where possible, and enhances achievement of national food security and development goals” is an approach guide to improve productivity and income of subsistence agriculture system and also, provide agriculture development for food security, climate change adaptation and mitigation (FAO, 2013). Climate-Smart Agriculture has three goals: firstly, increasing agricultural productivity to support increased incomes and food security, secondly, resilience adaptive capacity, and thirdly, decreasing greenhouse gas emissions and increasing carbon sinks.
Therefore, the design of adaptation using CSA concept to suit each social-ecological sub-system is needed. Thereafter, these CSA alternatives have to be assessed against the future risk to support selection of CSA design using food security and greenhouse gas emission indicators that could enhance resilience of highland social-ecological system
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No universally acceptable standard exist for "climate-smart agriculture", a notion that has been criticized as a form of greenwashing. That said, approaches that help farmers and foresters increase productivity and incomes in a sustainable way are welcome. Such approaches might focus on ways to reduce farm inputs (e.g., energy, fuels, mineral fertilizers, pesticides) for higher resource-efficiency; cut emissions from livestock production; and keep carbon stored in the soil. To note, making farming systems more diverse can also make them more resilient in the face of climate change: this the FAO's definition does not allude to.
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Although developed strategies produce coastal community resilience, resilience is still defined by the response of the coastal communities, as they are the controlling factor and, at the same time, the affected. Especially in the case of rural communities that have no actual knowledge of science and view any dialogue as a potential solution without any real comprehension of the technical terms used;
(i) Do you think that, for effective coastal resilience to transcend for a long time, the community needs first to understand why proposed actions were considered over understanding their roles in the strategies?
(ii)Do you think this will give them a better idea of how to sustain the strategies over a long time and educate the newcomers, rather than being ignorant of why they engage in instituted policies?
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It is important that coastal communities are involved in understanding or at least trusting in strategies that increase their resilience.
This paper outlines how communities in Bangladesh and Cuba have increased their resilience to coastal flooding and how the lessons learnt in these countries can be applied in the USA https://nhess.copernicus.org/articles/17/1357/2017/
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Hey, everyone, I have been working on firm resilience for my masters' thesis now I wish to convey a systematic review on this title and I look forward to finding a research partner.
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سلام و وقت بخیر. در خدمتتون هستم.
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Dear Researchers,
This research aimed to systematically review the development studies pertaining to forest biomass and bioenergy supply chain resilience.
According to the assessment, the findings of this research on the definition, barriers and enablers of forest biomass and bioenergy supply chain resilience can be applied as a basis for the comprehension and optimization of the structure of supply chains in the forest biomass and bioenergy industries.
Please click/use the link below to freely access the article file:
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Thank for this interested question
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I am launching this topic, which I consider relevant in the context of current challenges, regarding the role and importance of economic, financial, social inclusion and good governance in the global society, with a direct focus on inclusion and diversity in the business environment, it can be a pillar of the recovery, resilience, and progress of the business environment; equity and social inclusion and gender equality (implicitly the role and importance of women in the family and at work); supporting and strengthening inclusion in the way of working remotely in as many trades as possible; the policies approached by companies will have consequences on gender equality in the future. Public-private partnerships based on the principles of the collaborative economy can contribute to stimulating recovery, resilience, and promoting greater equity and can contribute to the well-being of the individual, with a direct impact on societal development.
At the end of 2021, first of all, I wish you a healthy New Year 2021, with personal and professional academic results.
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Thank you Prof. Yosef Tadesse for your question. Yes, economic, social inclusion and good governance at the societal level are solutions for the global economic future, to which we associate the concept of collaborative economy!
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Hello! I'm student of Bs(Hons) psychology from university of wah Pakistan. Currently I'm doing research to see the relationship of fear and death anxiety during COVID-19 and seeing moderating effect of resilience . I found Connor-Davidson Resilience scale best for my research work. So Kindly share it's subscales and items as it will be helpful
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A note of caution: Most resilience theorists consider trait resilience is outdated and recommend against it's use. Rather, they suggest that there are personality traits that covary with resilience - where resilience is considered as a dynamic process rather than a static trait. Cheers.
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Help, please! If you are interested in the resilience and security of our treated waters. Please help by filling in our 5 min survey on dynamic resilience and the future of visualising data from water treatment assets https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/33FQ9BQ #research #scienceandenvironment #surveying #future #data #security #help #water #wastewatertreatment #wastewatermanagement #wastewatertreatmentplant #sustainablecities
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Many thanks Shakeel!
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I am working on research related to planning for territorial resilience. I am looking forward to your contribution through discussion on recent planning and research initiatives, citizens' and communities' active engagement and or leadership in such initiatives. How do you see the nexuses and to what extent current planning are addressing these nexuses?
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There is increasing talk of adaptation and resilience to the effects of climate change. Even if we admit that they are of anthropogenic origin, the impacts of these changes occur over such large time scales that they are incompatible with the time scales of action and policies for the management of water resources. . The question that can legitimately be asked is a question of the order of magnitude of the anthropogenic effects on the degradation of water resources: (i) direct and immediate effects on the artificialization of the water cycle associated with the modes of exploitation and development of resources (overexploitation of surface water and groundwater, hydro-agricultural development, industrial, urban and agricultural pollution, etc.); (ii) anthropogenic effects on climate change and their indirect and very long-term implications on the potential of resources. Moral: has everything been done on (i) in terms of research and modeling in order to ensure the sustainability of resource exploitation in the short, medium, and long term; to decree that it is urgent to tackle question (ii) head-on with all its uncertainties, particularly with regard to time scales and its non-uniform topology across the globe?
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Dear friends,
I would like to assess the resilience of faculty members of colleges and universities with regard to their academic and institutional performances. Which scale I can consider to be most useful? Please suggest me and oblige.
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Giulia Perasso
Craig Polizzi Sonali Chattopadhyay @Blythe A Corbett @Béatrice Marianne Ewalds-Kvist please suggest
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I am looking for respondents to a research project titled: Teacher resilience and the challenges of online education. Could you please devote up to 15 min. to complete a questionnaire?
Your participation in the project is completely voluntary. The questionnaire is anonymous and the results will be used for academic purposes only.
There are no foreseeable risks associated with this project.
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Help, please! If you are interested in the resilience and security of our treated waters. Please help by filling in our 5 min survey on dynamic resilience and the future of visualising data from water treatment assets https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/33FQ9BQ #research #scienceandenvironment #surveying #future #data #security #help #water #wastewatertreatment #wastewatermanagement #wastewatertreatmentplant #sustainablecities
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Hi, we want to discuss the issues related to the building of resilience in organizations by asking the following question:
How to build resilience in organizations under conditions of global pandemic?
Which factors prevail most? is there a priority for building blocks of resilience?
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Am in line with Ilan Kelman
Disaster management is the key to organizational resilience.
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Friends, Its well known fact that stress reduce the resilience ability. Is there any article stating this fact in case of COVID? Or any general article stating this?
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Dear Dr. Bhattacharya!
I hereby contribute to this discussion by the following resources:
1) Rayani, S., Rayani, M. & Najafi-Sharjabad, F. Correlation between anxiety and resilience of healthcare workers during COVID-19 pandemic in the southwest of Iran. Environ Sci Pollut Res (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-021-17284-x Free access:
2) Lin, T., Yi, Z., Zhang, S. et al. Predictors of Psychological Distress and Resilience in the Post-COVID-19 Era. Int.J. Behav. Med. (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12529-021-10036-8 Free access:
3) Kuhn, T.A., Vander Horst, A., Gibson, G.C. et al. Distress and Prevention Behaviors During the COVID-19 Pandemic Among College Students: the Moderating Role of Resilience. Int.J. Behav. Med. (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12529-021-10034-w Free access:
4) Kumar, S., Lee, N.K., Pinkerton, E. et al. Resilience: a mediator of the negative effects of pandemic-related stress on women’s mental health in the USA. Arch Womens Ment Health (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00737-021-01184-7 Free access:
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A. report the correct skewness and kurtosis values and z skewness and z kurtosis values for resilience.
B. based only on the stastics reported in A. And the histogram, describe the distribution/shape of the resilience variable.
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Resilience is often discussed in the organisational setting but I am exploring the construct and sub dimensions at an individual level
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Resilience can indeed be found at very different levels on scales of time, space and meaning. However, these levels should not be viewed in isolation, as they influence each other dynamically. I clarify this in my linked article. That is why a multi-level analysis of resilience should always also take cross-level linkages into account.
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I've been studying selective isolation techniques for the mildew type yeasts, such as G. candidum and S. suaveolens. I've been having issues with the overabundance of look-alike Aspergillus and Fusarium species that often proliferate heavily on my isolation media. In the early stages of growth, they can often resemble the yeasts of interest, making sampling confusing. Is there a simple way to inhibit these unwanted fungi without inhibiting the yeasts? I know G. candidum and most of these yeasts of interest have strong resilience to cycloheximide, are Fusarium and Aspergillus species susceptible?
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Oadi Matny could you send me the paper name please, because the link is not working for me.
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Community flood resilience research can take one of two directions, either data-driven approaches, or physics-based modeling. But the multidisciplinary nature of resilience studies doesn't set a clear cut on to where these studies should be published? One thing that confuses me is when I find community resilience papers published in journals for water resources. Given that the paper's scope is, for example, optimizing certain aspects in the resilience of a community when subjected to floods. Any idea on how to allocate these papers within these journals?
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Dear Moustafa
I fully support Darren’s comments.
As the Editor in Chief of the Journal of Flood Risk Management, I would welcome submissions on flood resilience as this is a key topic for our Journal. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/1753318x. We are a multi disciplinary journal covering all aspects of flood risk management from papers that concentrate on a technical topic to those that integrate across several aspects of a subject. We publish papers from physical, environmental and social scientists both from research and practice. Ensuring flood resilience is an important means for managing flood risks in a changing climate.
I wish you well in getting your work published.
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Do you think that traditional vernacular type constructions are more adapted to climate change? how can you describe this resilience effectiveness in your region compared with modern construction methods ?
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Dear Colleagues,
Our names are Agnieszka Dzięcioł-Pędich (University of Białystok, Poland) and Agnieszka Dudzik (Medical University of Białystok, Poland) and we are conducting a research project on EFL teachers' resilience, the challenges of online education, and teachers’ coping strategies during Covid-19 induced distance teaching.
We are looking for teachers of English who would complete a questionnaire for us.
Your participation in the project is completely voluntary. The questionnaire is anonymous and the results will be used for academic purposes only.
There are no foreseeable risks associated with this project. However, if you feel uncomfortable answering any of the questions, you can withdraw from the survey at any point.
Thank you for your time and support!
Agnieszka & Agnieszka
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Intereting . But I can help you english wmanuscript regarding Covid19 , Stress coping , Online education .
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I am trying to frame the idea of resilience from sen's capability approach in the area of entrepreneurship.
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If you are working in wastewater research/engineering and have an interest in process resilience and have 5 min to spare it would be great to have your thoughts through our survey. Your help would be greatly appreciated! https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/33FQ9BQ
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Dear Prof Timothy, I am very keen on doing it, but unfortunately due to my country ....it can not be open or download for me, my mail: ziarati.p@iaups.ac.ir
or you can send it by message form in Research Gate!
Many thanks for your nice topic!!!!
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Media plays a very important role in every stage of disaster management. How can media involve itself or what is the the role that media can play to reduce the disaster risk.
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Not of escalating, but of informing.
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I have qualitative data gathered using an interview protocol. The purpose of the interview was to explore both contributing and risk factors to the development of hope, self-efficacy, resilience, and extroversion in students. What are the different strategies or content analysis methods that I can see if work for my research study?
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In general, there is a division between more deductive and inductive approaches to qualitative analysis, with some versions of content analysis falling on either side of this divide. The deductive approach generally involves developing a predetermined codebook and often relies on counts of codes. The inductive approach develops the codes from the data during the analysis process and is more interpretive (this would include Mayring).
Probably the most commonly used approach to inductive qualitative analysis is Braun and Clarke's (2006) Thematic Analysis. It has over 100,000 citations on Google Scholar.
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Dear colleagues,
I am trying to find a measurement/survey with items that assess the adoption/deployment/development of an information system as a risk management tool. I would like to use it as a predicting variable in a model that tries to explain which businesses reacted better to the pandemia disruptions.
Any works in mind to suggest?
Thanks in advance
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Your question intrigued me: after more than a year from your post, did you manage "un ragno dal buco?" (to "dig a spider out of the hole")
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Resilience is a multidisciplinary dimension which has literature from fields such as physiology, supply chain, crisis management to name a few. However in capturing resilience in the workplace I am interested in identifying a fundamental theory to be utilised in exploring its different avenues and contexts.
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Sorry my added paper did not work but it is here on Rg:
Moral Distress and its Interconnection with Moral Sensitivity and Moral Resilience: Viewed from the Philosophy of Viktor E. Frankl
  • July 2013
  • Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 10(3)
  • DOI:
  • 10.1007/s11673-013-9469-0
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  • PubMed
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Dear all,
In my phd thesis I try to analyze the level of resilience of communities, but my question is which are the best tools (qualitative or quantitative) that work and can tell us something? What factors should I consider and what sample should be formed (I mention that I want to analyze the resilience of communities as close as possible to the sphere of administrative sciences). Any questionnaire / interview template would help me.
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I am working on a research work whereas we want to measure the forest resistance and resilience from the Annual mean NDVI images of last 30 years. Please help me to provide any methods to do the processes with necessary references.
Thank you.
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Dear Karim,
You may take the long term (30 yr) mean of annual mean NDVI and can compare responses (increasing, decreasing or stable trend) of each pixel in correspondence to climatic trend in the same pixel in 30 yr time scale. You may find several papers related to this approach like one share by Manoj Kumar sir as above.
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Much has been written about children and young people who experience and exhibit complex and difficult behaviour. There appears less written and researched about children and young people and their capacity to keep well in the face of hostile and arid domestic and community environments.
What is out there that focuses on the well and "pro-social" children and young people?
Neuroscience suggests that when people are exposed to traumatic events their worldview changes. How then do we explain what happens to children and young people that appear to remain "unaltered' after what is generally perceived as traumatic exposure? Does their remaining "unaltered" suggest differences in their neuroscientific make-up?
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Here are some references on the topic you might find interesting:
  • Punamäki, R. L., Qouta, S., & El-Sarraj, E. (2001). Resiliency factors predicting psychological adjustment after political violence among Palestinian children. International journal of behavioral development, 25(3), 256-267.
  • Ungar, M. (2013). Resilience, trauma, context, and culture. Trauma, violence, & abuse, 14(3), 255-266.
  • Feldman, R., & Vengrober, A. (2011). Posttraumatic stress disorder in infants and young children exposed to war-related trauma. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 50(7), 645-658.
  • Bonanno, G. A., & Mancini, A. D. (2008). The human capacity to thrive in the face of potential trauma. Pediatrics, 121(2), 369-375.
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Hello researchers,
I am an Urban Planning Planning Student working on my dissertation at graduation level. The title of my project is 'Development of a Comprehensive Flood Resilience Index'. While researching for the parameters I was able to identify several parameters. I need help to select the most important parameters for this study.
I would really appreciate if you can help me by filling out this survey form to suggest your opinion on these parameters.
Thank You!
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Please the following article, it will be helpful.
Fatemi, M.N., Okyere, S.A., Diko, S.K., Abunyewah, M., Kita, M. and Rahman, T. (2020), "Flooding in mega-cities: using structural equation modeling to assess flood impact in Dhaka", International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print.
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Hello,
(I hope i made sense and thank you so much for your help. I am an undergrad student and a beginner and it would really help with clarity.)
I am working on a correlational meta-analysis paper. One of the variables "Empathy" is organised in three subgroups and the other variables has outcomes that are more than one i.e. effect sizes from the subscale elements correlation with the subgroup of empathy.
So, if empathy has three subgroups - x , y and z and the second variable, say measures professional competency using a scale that has dimensions like, working speed, resilience and if i have effect sizes from all of these groups like, x with working speed, x with resilience and so on. Would that make a multi-level study?
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Multi-level modeling is mainly used when you have samples from different clusters (e.g., countries or districts. I could not understand your question properly so it is hard to say if you need multilevel model.
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Dear Researchers,
I Hope All is Well with You.
Finally, our article, the most comprehensive review-research article in the field of forest biomass and bioenergy supply chain resilience, is published in the journal of sustainability.
You will find everything you need to learn and know in the field of forest biomass and bioenergy supply chain resilience in this article including research gaps, suggestions, future directions, set of resilience barriers, set of resilience enablers, set of resilience main factors, the relations among them etc.
It is OPEN ACCESS!
Use the Following Link to Access the Article:
You Can Take Advantage of it Freely.
Please Share it with Others.
Thank You.
Best Regards,
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Mosayeb Dashtpeyma excellent and yes i ahve been personally looking for such a paper and was also involved in the studies related to biomass assessment when we are talking about feedstocks related to Biomethanation or anaerobic digestion plants
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Hi,
We have done a international comparative research on this topic. See: http://www.adlibris.com/fi/kirja/transformation-of-resource-towns-and-peripheries-9781138960893
I applied K-wave theory and resilience. If you would like to get my chapters, I can send them as pdfs. BR, Markku.
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Yes, thank you!
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I'm currently working on my graduate thesis entitled "Resilience and Perceived Social Support as Correlates to Altruism Among Nurses with Secondary Traumatic Stress Symptoms" and I am looking for a more suitable scales for my variables - Altruism, Resilience and Perceived Social Support. I prefer scales with more items, with subscales, and with Cronbach Alpha of 0.70 up. Do you have any suggestions?
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Hello Kristine! If you are looking for a good perceived social support measure, you can read Lam (2019) : https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007/978-981-13-3577-8.pdf
Even if it is contextualized for teachers and students, the literature review of social support can be really helpful for you. The author presents comparisons between different measurement tools.
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The topic of my thesis is "life stress, resilience and mental health among football players" and my assignment is to use the three-dimensional ontological model by Lundh ( ). Please if someone can help me how i can do it and how to use the three model of ontology which i am really confuse.
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Resilience have we touched upon and your papers may give you some idea:
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The below reference contains the co-authors of an article in my research.
Smith, B. W., Dalen, J., Wiggins, K., Tooley, E., Christopher, P., & Bernard, J. (2008). The brief resilience scale: assessing the ability to bounce back. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 15(3), 194-200.
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Hi Ralph,
The BRS is attached - it seems to be freely available on the internet.
Rachel
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Dear All,
I am about to conduct a study on social media and mental health. I have read a lot of papers, but I am a bit stuck with variables.
Can anybody suggest the variables which affect social media and mental health excluding social comparison, self-esteem, personality, resilience?
Looking forward to the help.
Thanks
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I am conducting a study that will hopefully address a gap in resilience research. The main idea of this study is to gauge and hopefully address a gap in resilience research wherein over investment in resilience building and training may cause negative effects on the individual or community.
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You could use a standard approach of including a measure of negative effects following an intervention. Here is a reference to consider:
Rozental, A, Kottorp, A, Boettcher, J, Andersson, G, Carlbring, P. Negative effects of psychological treatments: an exploratory factor analysis of an instrument measuring adverse and unwanted events. PLoS ONE 2016; 11: e0157503.
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Resilience is defined as the system’s ability to respond and recover from a disaster. Current drought risk assessment approaches usually consider only drought hazard and drought vulnerability, but the role of resilience is often neglected. Taking resilience into account enhances the conventional definition of risk because it calculates drought risk more realistic than considering solely the degree of exposure of the system as it is done when using just drought vulnerability. On the other hand, drought vulnerability indices often treat all parts of the system equally vulnerable, but despite being practical, this consideration is not close to the whole truth. Hence, we considered the resilience index in our new drought risk assessment framework. For further information, you can find our open access full-text paper here:
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Contemporary definitions of resilience go beyond "respond" and "recover". Maybe consider the following articles, which are really great:
Folke 2006. Resilience: The emergence of a perspective for social–ecological systems analyses. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2006.04.002
Walker 2020. Resilience: what it is and is not. https://doi.org/10.5751/ES-11647-250211
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If there a probability of a disaster only then we can be determine the resilience in public transport.
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Resilience is a Psychological Construct that is predicated of human beings and, in the same way, applies to human beings. As a Construct of Physics and, within it, of the Resistance of Materials, it can be preached and applied, p. For example, to a foundation ... but "a bus service" is neither a human being nor a physical material ... therefore, it cannot be applied from the perspective of Psychology or from those of Physics, for which cannot be evaluated, nor measured, nor determined.
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Hi everyone, as humanity we go through a great test. Almost all international flights were cancelled. EU closed all its doors. Governments warn their citizens not to go out onto the streets.
How do you spend time in these days? How do you support your resilience? and How do you help others to have a good mental health?
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Work from home, supervise online schooling, household chores etc. I remain grounded through meditation, exercise and spending time with family.
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In order to save energy on consensus in a consortium blockchain, I want to limit the number of members. But I am curious how it impacts consensus resilience and vulnerability to attacks. Also, is there any optimum size of the consortium ? I would appreciate any help guidance, comment, a reference to literature.
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Which one has to be prioritized. Is it Agility or Resilience in this pandemic and its subsequent years of 2021 onward ?
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Agility is more crucial, although I also agree with@ Saikouk Tarik to some extent.
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Hi am going to conduct a research on resilience for a social research project. I have seen many and various journal articles on the positive effects of educating and developing resilience, but not much on the negative effects.
The purpose of this research is to better understand the concept and theories and to know the limitations of development and application so as prevent individuals becoming too resistant to change.
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Alexander, quite often resilience building is propositioned in the literature and research as something positive and a developmental process. However, some studies have also examined the potential stress, resistance and other negativities associated with this phenomenon as shown below:
Galatzer-Levy, I. R., Brown, A. D., Henn-Haase, C., Metzler, T. J., Neylan, T. C., & Marmar, C. R. (2013). Positive and negative emotion prospectively predict trajectories of resilience and distress among high-exposure police officers. Emotion, 13(3), 545.
Montpetit, M. A., Bergeman, C. S., Deboeck, P. R., Tiberio, S. S., & Boker, S. M. (2010). Resilience-as-process: negative affect, stress, and coupled dynamical systems. Psychology and aging, 25(3), 631.
Glantz, M. D., & Sloboda, Z. (2002). Analysis and reconceptualization of resilience. In Resilience and development (pp. 109-126). Springer, Boston, MA.
I am interested in developments in this project. Good luck.
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Will it be possible to use the indicators of resilience to assess the sustainability of socio-ecological system? 
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In my new paper, I discuss resilience on multiple levels. One of these levels is the resilience of our planet. You could certainly argue that resilience on this level is closely related to sustainability. I believe that social-ecological resilience theory is quite powerful to guide change. This could also be about change that will put our planet back on track. See my paper:
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If you are teaching in Higher Education, please consider participating in our study on Instructional Resilience during Emergency Remote Teaching. Data collection has been pretty slow and we desperately need some more voices. So if you have approx. 15 minutes, please consider participating. Any help is greatly appreciated!
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Done. A long and winding road, indeed.
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With the climate change and anthropogenic attributes, occurrence and extent of impact of environmental emergencies are growing. Do we consider the Covid 19 pandemic period a lesson contribution on emergency and disaster risk management, and if so, how we are going to integrate the lessons into our research and professional curriculum and into our developmental planning process? Any latest studies or publications, discussion may be useful. Should it be an aspect in business and corporate sustainability and resilience also?
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Recommend the following Technical Paper by Prof. Mikio Ishiwatari
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If you are teaching in Higher Education, please consider participating in our study on Instructional Resilience during Emergency Remote Teaching. We want to learn about which factors have contributed to HE teachers maintaining teaching quality during challenging times. Data collection has been pretty slow and we desperately need some more voices. So if you have 10-15 minutes, please consider participating. Any help is greatly appreciated!
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Do you really want the higher education institution to reach its highest quality, then commit itself to feeding it with practical research for excellence and the strict application of laws
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I am conducting a study on university academics focusing on EQ and resilience in response to COVID-19.
I know there are different types of resilience, however should I utilise EQ with resilience OR emotional resilience?
I have only seen EQ paired with Resilience and not Emotional resilience.
Your help will be highly appreciated!
#emotionalintelligence #resilience #emotionalresilience #phd
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I can attach our paper then you can decide what goes better:
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Hi everyone,
My MA-thesis focuses on the impact of Covid-measures on university students(in the Netherlands) with regards to experiences of loneliness, resilience and self-determination. I collected data for my mixed methods approach (convergent model) with an online survey (open and closed questions) and am currently in the proces of analyzing the 228 responses. Even though I have a theoretical framework that guides my research questions, my goal is also to let the data speak for itself since I do not know how the students truly feel (and what to find out).
(-sub question: can you make a conceptual model with a preexistent theoretical framework & grounded theory?)
I have checked the reliability of my scales (loneliness, resilience and motivation) and prepared these scales in SPSS. Now I just don't know what test to use (and how) in order to see correlations and possible causality between te experiences of motivation, loneliness and motivation in students.
Does anyone have some advice? Thank you!
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If your survey was cross-sectional, you will not be able to look into causality. However, you could have use multiple regressions to check what predicts motivation levels in students.
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I am trying to obtain journal articles on the benefits on resilience.
However, I was thinking - can the types of resilience (physical, emotional, psychological & community resilience) not be linked as benefits?
Many thanks
#Resilience #Benefits #Theory #Journals
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The concept of resilience in Psychology and Health Sciences, in effect, is taken from Physics and the Resistance of Materials (as happened at the time with stress) ... but, despite such origin, resilience -in its psychological sense, etc.- although rooted in the above, HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH ITS MEANING IN PHYSICS, ETC. SINCE IT IS A SIMPLE ANALOGY, NOT A SYNONYM.
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Give me perspective, sample or studies that have been done before. Thank you so much
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Coping with a disease always includes our cultural beliefs and values.
Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) and neurotheology are research fields that deal with the psycho-medical impacts on our body as living organism, which is highly informed by our mentalizations of a body state.
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we investigate knowledge exchange capabilities of early warning signs that make the supply chain resilient
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