Resilience Partnerships for Social Action Research (UCP-SARnet)Cross Cultural Perspective on Resilience<div>Please write here your reflections on the article <strong>Resilience in Cross Cultural Perspective</strong> and illustrate your thoughts with the content of videos posted in class materials.</div>Marek WosinskiWed, 17 Sep 2014 06:31:20 -0700 Cabrera: Resilience<div><p>Prevention is self-explanitory, in that the idea is to prevent undesirable things from happening. Reslience on the other hand is the ability to "bounce back" from an event as the reading "Elements of Resilence" puts it. Though prevention is ideal there are cases when preventing certain events are impossible, so it is vital to enforce this idea of…</p></div>Sarai CabreraMon, 31 Mar 2014 20:34:43 -0700 9<div><p>Prevention focuses on stopping a problem before it has the opportunity to occur. We get vaccines to prevent diseases from entering our bodies and inform our children of the dangers drugs have on the body to ensure they do not take them. Prevention itself is the more viable step for avoiding unwarranted events or disasters because it involves…</p></div>Jacob RobinsonMon, 31 Mar 2014 20:15:28 -0700 and prevention<div><p>Resilience and prevention can go hand in hand. Both of these terms can be used in relationship with each other to help a community overcome something. For example, resilience can be used within a community to help change the outcome of something that affects the entire community as a whole and this can be done by using a method of prevention. Like…</p></div>Lizette CorralMon, 31 Mar 2014 18:56:48 -0700 Sansome - Resilience and Prevention<div><p>Resilience and prevention have similar qualities when compared. Resilience is, as described in <em>Building community resilience for children and families,</em> the ability to bounce back from any kind of disasters or adversity. Prevention was defined in <em>Ecology, Prevention, and Promotion</em>, "to reduce environmental stressors and to enhance host resistances…</p></div>Domonique SansomeMon, 31 Mar 2014 17:04:52 -0700 Kulyk: Resilience and Prevention<div><p>            Resilience and prevention typically go hand in hand. Resilience is the answer to the question how can things change and persist at the same time. Resilience is the ability to bounce back after struggle is endured. Resilience is the community that is wiped out by a flood and come together to rebuild their community.</p> <p>           …</p></div>Stephanianne KulykMon, 31 Mar 2014 16:27:31 -0700 and Prevention<div><p>Resilience by definition is the capacity is bounce back when facing adverse situations. Resilience and prevention go hand in hand. When prevention fails or the situation cannot be prevented then resilience is what will get a person through the difficulties they may face. The "Building Community Resilience for Children and Families" identifies not…</p></div>Victoria McarthurMon, 31 Mar 2014 14:02:34 -0700 Gordon: Resilience<div><p> </p> <p>Resilience and prevention works off of each other. Prevention is not always a solution some things just can't be prevented. Resilience is capable of withstanding a shock without losing its basic functions. Another point is that resilience is a way of adapting to a current situation, and another property of a resilient system is being able to…</p></div>Tamera GordonSun, 30 Mar 2014 18:43:46 -0700 and prevention<div><p>Discuss the relationship between resilience and prevention. Give examples illustrating that when prevention is impossible there is a need for resilience.</p></div>Marek WosinskiSun, 09 Mar 2014 09:26:24 -0700