The Importance of Resilience: Family, School, Community Size Predictions

  title={The Importance of Resilience: Family, School, Community Size Predictions},
  author={Burcu Keskin and Figen Akça},
  journal={International Journal of Scientific and Technological Research},
  • B. Keskin, Figen Akça
  • Published 2019
  • Economics, Education
  • International Journal of Scientific and Technological Research
Resilience refers to the ability of successful adaptation and overcoming negative conditions successfully in spite of the challenges of a difficult situation; in terms of diseases, economic difficulties, violence and stress caused by modern life, it is an important issue. It is a necessity to raise resilient children who are prepared against difficulties and risks because it is not possible to eliminate all difficult and risky situations. Children live in a socio-ecological environment, so… 
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