Bridging the macro and the micro by considering the meso : reflections on the fractal nature of resilience

@inproceedings{Bergstrm2014BridgingTM,
  title={Bridging the macro and the micro by considering the meso : reflections on the fractal nature of resilience},
  author={Johan Bergstr{\"o}m and Sidney W. A. Dekker},
  year={2014}
}
We pursued the following three interconnected points: (1) there are unexplored opportunities for resilience scholars from different disciplines to cross-inspire and inform, (2) a systems perspective may enhance understanding of human resilience in health and social settings, and (3) resilience is often considered to be fractal, i.e., a phenomenon with recognizable or recurring features at a variety of scales. Following a consideration of resilience from a systems perspective, we explain how… CONTINUE READING

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