Limpopo Staff asked 3 years ago

Below read these two articles and try answer these questions posed by Hess (2010)

  1. What does resilience actually mean and how can it be defined?
  2. Why is resilience problematic in social science and for understanding society?
  3. To what extent does resilience theory close the disciplinary gap that it aspires to?
  4. Is there an alternative way forward to work with resilience in integrated research on sustainability?

Hess, D. (2010). Sustainable consumption and the problem of resilience. Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy, 6(2).

Coulthard, S. (2012). Can we be both resilient and well, and what choices do people have? Incorporating agency into the resilience debate from a fisheries perspective. Ecology and Society, 17(1).

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