Questions related to Resilience
How does climate change affect ecosystem resilience and how is the ecosystem affected by climate change?
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to ask if they have authored or are aware of studies that may meet our inclusion criteria, particularly any new or unpublished studies.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 email@example.com.
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How do you build resilience against climate change and why is climate the most important factor in the ecosystem?
I am currently doing PGR on "How Data and Technology Can Enhance Supply Chain Resilience?" and embarking on field research from September,23.
Filed research includes
1. Participant to complete a list of questionnaire - Individually or with the researcher
2. Participant and Researcher will capture the As-Is and To-Be technology roadmap to mitigate the resilience
3. The entire participation will take maximum 3 - 4 hrs in Four 1 hr session
4. All information and contact details are GDPR compliance and closely monitored by the University of Warwick
5. Any other info will be provided as appropriate
Bangladesh is a natural disaster-prone country whose economy is maybe termed as the gamble of nature. Almost every year, have to face, flash floods, cyclones, and droughts in some parts of the country. It had been a record from the ancient time BUT presently, due to climate change sea level is rising, and within a very short time major portion of the coastal area, and lower parts of the plain land will be submerged.
What are your kind suggestions to save this country in favor of adaptation, and climate resilience?
It cultivates human capital, drives economic growth, fosters social progress, improves health and well-being, reduces poverty and inequality, and enhances a nation’s resilience and adaptability to a rapidly changing world.
Up to what extent do you agree?
Your opinion will be highly appreciated.
I am looking for studies, evaluations, and reports that contain experiences of measuring vulnerability and socio-ecological resilience in indigenous territories and rural communities. I would be very grateful if you know of any and can help me by providing references in any language.
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?
if you could help me figure this out I will be very grateful.
My data consists of two groups (fasting and non-fasting group) and the dependent variable is score on resilience scale.
I am interested to see whether those who fasted will score higher on resilience.
To note that my independent variable is binary date, participants answered simply "yes or no" if they fast or not.
I also conducted a "faith questionnaire" to determine the level of faith participants associated themselves with.
I thought I could run a binary logistic regression but that does not seem to fit in.
other data i have are age, religion, gender.
I am planning a MSc Dissertation but I am not quite sure on how to go about the methodology. I will appreciate any hints or recommendation on how to go about this.
How does the amount of biodiversity in an ecosystem relate to its resilience and stability and importance of biodiversity in resilience?
How does biodiversity make an ecosystem resilient and resilience of an ecosystem to withstand changes that may occur in the environment?
What is relationship between genetic & environmental influences on resilience & on common internalizing & externalizing psychiatric disorders?
What are four characteristics of ecosystems that contribute to their resilience and relationship between resilience and sustainability of ecological economic systems?
What’s ecosystem resilience & how is it connected to biodiversity & ecosystem with a high degree of genetic biodiversity able to adapt to environmental changes?
What is the most important factor in an ecosystem resilience and ecosystem resilience and how is it connected to biodiversity?
What is resilience of ecosystem function and ecosystem with a high degree of genetic biodiversity able to adapt to environmental changes?
How does genetics affect resilience and relationship between genetic diversity and ecosystem resilience?
How does genetic diversity affect ecosystem resilience and an ecosystem with high degree of genetic biodiversity able to adapt to environmental changes?
Why is biodiversity important in India and high biodiversity help to ensure ecosystem resilience and stability?
What makes an ecosystem resistance and resilience and biodiversity increase resistance and resilience?
What are the different types of resilience environment and how does the amount of biodiversity in an ecosystem relate to its resilience and stability?
Does biodiversity increase resistance and resilience and resilience of an ecosystem different from its resistance to disturbance?
Why is biodiversity important in India and amount of biodiversity in an ecosystem related to its resilience and stability?
What is the relationship between ecosystem complexity and resilience and difference between resistance and resilience biodiversity?
Does biodiversity increase resistance and resilience and key characteristics of resilience in social ecological systems?
What is ecosystem resilience and how is it connected to biodiversity and resilience of ecosystem towards environmental changes?
What sustainable risk management policies can be implemented in riverine communities in Somalia to enhance their resilience against flooding?
Can ecosystem with a high degree of genetic biodiversity able to adapt to environmental changes & relationship between genetic diversity & ecosystem resilience?
We are inviting you to participate in a questionnaire for the identification of research priorities for the deep-sea ecology of the Bay of Biscay with the final aim of the definition of a research roadmap, based upon the scientific community and managers, in support of sustainable management.
We are aware of the number of invitations of this kind, but we would be very grateful if you could invest 15-20 minutes of your time to fill in this questionnaire. The outcomes of this consultation depend on the number and representativity of the respondents.
Access to the questionnaire here:
The results will be analysed and enforced with a workshop that will be held on the 9-10th of May 2023 in our AZTI premises in Pasaia (Spain), for which you are invited to participate in person or online. Travel and accommodation costs will be covered for a limited number of those attending in person.
Those contributing actively to the process will be also invited to co-author "a forward-looking research scope" scientific manuscript.
Hopefully, the roadmap will end up in collaboration and funding mechanisms.
Deadline for submitting your responses: 16th of April.
Thank you in advance!
Note: we would be very grateful if you forward this invitation to other colleagues you consider interested in participating.
This initiative is framed within the EPROCAN project supported by the Biodiversity Foundation of the Spanish Ministry for the Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge (MITECO) within the framework of the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan (PRTR), funded by the European Union – NextGenerationEU.
How can Proso Millet contribute to food security, biodiversity conservation, and environmental sustainability in different regions of the world, and what are some potential barriers and challenges to its adoption and mainstreaming?
Climate change is a major concern for the future which bad impacts already functioning by increasing natural calamities. But global climate change is a buzzword rather than work for climate adaptation, polar icebergs are melting, and natural forests are diminishing by destroying biodiversity, and ecological balance in the forest, wetlands, and sea. World leaders must be serious regarding climate economics, climate refuses and for adaptation policy that is climate resilience,
Voluntary work should include saving our future world by reducing carbon footprint, and CFC gas emissions,s and saving natural forests.
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Hello to all,
I am a Bioanthropologist. I am conducting research on the adaptation of rural communities in Côte d'Ivoire to the disruptions they experience in their environment. My work allows me to understand how risk is socially constructed and the link it has with the resilience strategies developed locally.
Thus, in the study on the adaptation of populations to the shortage of drinking water, the results showed a return to traditional water sources to compensate for the uncertainty of modern alternative water sources. However, considering the risks to which these communities are exposed due to the consumption of untreated surface water and the difficulty of supply, I have proposed as a strengthening of investments in hydraulic works for the collection of the resource to improve the conditions of access to drinking water for these communities in rural areas.
I would like to get your opinions on this issue and if possible some suggestions.
Thank you very much.
The non chemical methods of insect-pest Management is important to ago-ecosystem in strengthening resilience to climate change and agriculture sustainability because synthetic chemical insecticides pollute whole environment and also hazardous to all living thiongs.
I'm interested in research into the viability of sustainable urban farming (including animal husbandry and alternative proteins) to increase resilience and security of food supplies.
Post-Covid, working practices have changed with more people working from home, resulting in a lower demand for office space. There is also a move towards a four-day working week. These changes have implications for inner city property owners/managers, who may welcome a new client pool; like urban farmers/food producers.
- Is such a movement viable?
- Is it already happening
- Would the marketplace accept urban grown food
- What is needed to stimulate and grow the sector
- What are the advantages/disadvantages for:
- a. Consumers
- b. Property owners
- c. the environment
- d. Society
- e. The economy
Any pointers on any aspect of this would be most welcome.
With the rapid growth of urban population and the increasing pressure on urban infrastructure and resources, urban planning needs to take into account the interaction between human and natural systems, as well as the environmental, economic, and social factors that affect the sustainability and resilience of cities. This question explores the challenges and opportunities of urban planning in the 21st century.
I am pleased to announce that our paper "Shenzhen — How to further implement the sustainability and resilience towards 2030?" has been published in the journal of Cities.
To help you and the other authors access and share this work using this link:
The link is valid until April 20, 2023.
Any comments and suggestion would be greatly appreciated. #sustainability
I wish to integrate frameworks from resilience/well-being from positive psychology and personality psychology to develop a new combined one.
I have shortlisted two frameworks (not theories)- they don't have many overlapping concepts. But theoretically/logically some concepts can be absorbed from one framework to another.
I would like to know if there is a practical/systematic method to meet this objective.
Please, I would like to know what is or what are the most adequate theories or theoretical frameworks to mobilize when we want to study the impact of strategic human resources management on organizational resilience.
This is for the purpose of my thesis. Thank you in advance to all the community
I would like to submit a successful experience of resilience by many enterproner women who have invested to revive the aqueducts (Qanat) of their villages.
Preferely a free and open access indexed in SCOPUS!
Article type may be as a Letter to editor, case report, or descriptive analysis.
Greetings everyone! Hope you’re all doing well. I'm currently conducting research for my Masters thesis at the Wits Business School, and my thesis is titled "Characteristics and strategy of SMEs in Gauteng and their resilience in response to crises." In short, this thesis seeks to examine the impact of SME characteristics and SME strategy in response to crises (i.e., the COVID-19 lockdown and the current energy crisis in South Africa) on SME resilience in the Gauteng Province. I humbly request that you share your experiences as an SME Owner/Manager operating within the Gauteng Province. If not, could you kindly share or repost the following Qualtrics survey link with the SME Owners/Managers you might know. The link to the Qualtrics survey is as follows: https://lnkd.in/ewXYENu7
All participants in this survey will remain anonymous, and strict ethical protocols will be followed (as stated on the cover page of the Qualtrics survey). Your assistance in this regard will be highly appreciated! Yours sincerely, Zithulele Ndlovu
Hello Readers, I am a University student and looking for some suggestions that I can explore for my thesis topic. I was particularly focussing on the topic of Supply Chain Resilience. Thank You in Advance.
I recently submitted an article in a journal titled International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment but I was unaware of the submission date of abstract was Nov-25-2022 and I missed it by then. The last date of full paper submission is 15/feb/23 and I submitted my paper. I want to will my paper be considered for review or not.
I am conducting a systematic review on teacher resilience. Can I search articles from here but about the search string how do I actually do it and find the exact hit (a number of searches) and export them to excel?
Both climate change adaptation and resilience models and frameworks are in practice. I would like to know what are the similarities and differences between these two frameworks in terms of theory and practice. More specifically, would like to know empirical evidence on what are the effectiveness and added values of each framework in programming.
Hello, I am very new to research and currently in the middle of my dissertation.
I am researching factors that could influence resilience and due to limited time and resources, I have created an online questionnaire with open-ended questions for participants to answer (interviews would have been ideal).
I am getting a little lost with the terminology. Would it still be considered a structured interview? I am asking the same questions, I am just not receiving the answers face-to-face.
And what would the best method to analyze the data be? I was planning on doing a thematic analyses.
Thank you in advance for the help!!!
I have read a couple of research articles but couldn't get the satisfactory measurement matrices for the structural resilience. Many research articles explains the resilience but there is no clear way of measuring the resilience, some mixed the resilience with the fragility and vulnerability.
I would highly appreciate it if you could please share or recommend any matrix for measuring the resilience.
With Biopsychosocial approach (Engel,1977), resilience can be seen as a product of dynamic interactions between biological, psychological and social factors related to an individual. Similarly, Multi-system model of resilience (MSMR) talks about two levels of resilience which are internal and external and coping methods as a connector between them (Liu et al., 2017).
This model also talks about presence of various factors responsible for emergence of resilience.
I would like to know how these two approaches differ from each other and what are the commonalities between these two?
Any kind of input is appreciated. Thank you!
Hi everyone! Are there any methods, theories or determinants in assessing the level of capacity and resilience in floating communities (buoyant settlements/ static elevated settlements).
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.
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.
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
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?
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 :)
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.
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
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.
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!
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.
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.
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|