Resilience Research with South African Youth: Caveats and Ethical Complexities:

@inproceedings{Theron2012ResilienceRW,
  title={Resilience Research with South African Youth: Caveats and Ethical Complexities:},
  author={Linda C. Theron},
  year={2012}
}
Studies of resilience, or the process of adjusting well to major challenges commonly associated with negative outcomes, have proliferated in recent years. Despite the popularity of this research focus, there are suggestions (anecdotal and published) that the study of resilience needs to be interrogated. In this article, I respond to these suggestions by offering a synthesis of the international critiques (published from 2000 to 2012) levelled at youth resilience studies. International critiques… CONTINUE READING

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