Promoting resilience through technology, art and a child rights-based approach
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The concept of resilience is widely used in many fields as a frame of reference. It is generally understood to be a capacity which a person, group, subject or system can develop when facing a situation affecting integrity, enabling them to hold up, recover and come out of it stronger. Resilience is
considered as a crosssectional study in which more and more areas of knowledge find a positive way to address and raise new studies. This article considers the concept of resilience from an ecological perspective and looks at how it can be promoted and developed through technology, art and a child rights-based approach. Finally, some conclusions and suggestions are made to continue the study of resilience
Is part ofRevista de Cercetare si Interventie Sociala, 2014, vol. 45, p.144-159
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