A study of resilience and social problem solving in urban Indian adolescents

  title={A study of resilience and social problem solving in urban Indian adolescents},
  author={Bhawna Sharma},
This paper investigates the relation between resilience and social problem solving among Indian adolescent boys and girls from a north Indian urban area. With the advent of information technology tools, multinational brands and privatisation of higher education in India, there has been a surge in the ambitions of the millennial Indian youth. This has also resulted in extreme competition, failure and non resilient outcomes for many. This study was conducted to find the level of correlation… 

Tables from this paper

Resilience in Children and Adolescents Survived Psychologically Traumatic Life Events: A Critical Review of Application of Resilience Assessment Tools for Clinical Referral and Intervention

Trauma-focused multidimensionality in resilience needs to be explored more rigorously through mixed methods.

Resilience of Somali Migrants: Religion and Spirituality among Migrants in Johannesburg

  • Jennifer R.F. Sigamoney
  • Sociology
    Alternation: Interdisciplinary Journal for the Study of the Arts and Humanities in Southern Africa
  • 2018
Various studies have already been done on the mistreatment of migrants and the psychological effects thereof. This study sought to explore the resilience of Somali migrants residing in Fordsburg/

Resilience and Health: Implications for Interventions and Policy Making

The research evidence presented provides a glimpse of the meaningful relationship that exists between resilience and health while unfolding the consequences of resilience on various health outcomes.

The Relationship of Social Problem-Solving Skills and Dysfunctional Attitudes with Risk of Drug Abuse among Dormitory Students at Isfahan University of Medical Sciences

Social problem-solving skills have a correlation with dysfunctional attitudes, and teaching these skills and the way to create efficient attitudes should be considered in dormitory students.

The Impact of the Corona Pandemic on the Psychological and Social Resilience of Kindergarten Children from the Point of View of Parents

The study aimed to identify the impact of the Corona pandemic on the psychological and social resilience of kindergarten children from the point of view of parents, and the study was based on the

The effect of using the round robin in learn the art of performing some volleyball skills and developing the tendency towards physical education for secondary students

keeping pace with the development in the field of education, attention has been paid to the learner by sharing his ideas, recording his answers and sharing them with his peers with all the answers to

Why people are becoming addicted to social media: A qualitative study

Weakness in life skills plays an important role in individuals’ addiction to SM and formation of the health-threatening behaviors.

Resilience and perceived social support among school-going adolescents in Mangaluru

Background: Resilience building interventions are gaining popularity, and the same needs to be enforced. However, considering the effectiveness of a programme after a need assessment, understanding



Characteristics of resilient youths living in poverty: The role of self-regulatory processes

This study examined the characteristics that differentiated resilient from nonresilient school-age youths, with a focus on self-regulation skills, in terms of having greater self-regulatory skills and self-esteem, as well as in receiving more active parental monitoring.

Adolescent Aggression: Models of Resiliency

Resiliency is the ability to survive and thrive despite exposure to negative circumstances. This study compared 4 models of resiliency (compensatory, risk-protective, protective-protective, and

Adventure education and resilience: The double-edged sword

Abstract Adventure education philosophers have argued that controlled exposure to challenge can enhance participants' psychological resilience. This study supports this claim, demonstrating

Stress, Coping, and Resilience in Children and Youth

In this article, we review the literature on stress, coping, risk, and resilience in children, little of which is reflected in the social welfare literature. A consistent relation has been found

Resilience in Adolescents: Protective Role of Social Support, Coping Strategies, Self-Esteem, and Social Activities on Experience of Stress and Depression

In this study, 297 adolescents (141 eighth graders and 156 eleventh graders) were classified into 3 groups created from crossing scores of depressive symptoms and frequency of daily hassles: well

Competence in the context of adversity: Pathways to resilience and maladaptation from childhood to late adolescence

Results suggest that IQ and parenting scores are markers of fundamental adaptational systems that protect child development in the context of severe adversity.

What Makes the Difference? Children and teachers talk about resilient outcomes for children 'at risk'

Research has been conducted into childhood resilience, a term which according to A. Masten, K. Best and N. Garmezy (Resilience and development: contributions from study of children who overcome

The Context of Youth Violence: Resilience, Risk, and Protection

Resilience in Childhood: The Role of Risk and Protection by Jack Richman and Mark Fraser Psychosocial Adversity: Risk, Resilience and Recovery by Michael Rutter Neurobiological Mechanisms of

Adolescent resiliency to family adversity.

The factors associated with adolescent resiliency to childhood adversity were examined in a birth cohort of 940 New Zealand adolescents studied to the age of 16 years and resilient teenagers were defined by an absence of a wide range of externalising problems during adolescence.