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" While there exists no universal definition of resilience, the term generally refers to manifested competence in the context of significant challenges to adaptation or development. "
Teaching Middle Years: Rethinking Curriculum, Pedagogy, And Assessment - Página 79
de Donna Pendergast - 2005 - 368 páginas
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Children & Disasters

Norma S. Gordon, Norman L. Farberow, Carl A. Maida - 1999 - 194 páginas
...determine the degree of emotional distress is the resilience of the child. Resilience generally refers to manifested competence in the context of significant...to adaptation or development (Masten & Coatsworth, l99g, p. 206l. Some children do not become traumatized by the different events in their lives and are...
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Psychology of Education: Social behaviour and the school peer group

Peter K. Smith, Anthony D. Pellegrini - 2000 - 792 páginas
...context (eg, changing schools). Resilience also has had varied meanings, but it generally refers to manifested competence in the context of significant challenges to adaptation or development. One of the most important questions about the development of competence is whether there is something...
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Community Planning to Foster Resilience in Children

Caroline S. Clauss-Ehlers, Mark D. Weist - 2004 - 377 páginas
...spite of tremendous challenges and obstacles. According to Masten and Coatsworth (1998), it refers to "manifested competence in the context of significant challenges to adaptation or development" (p. 207). Thus, resilience can only be defined in the context of the individual's competence in reference...
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Handbook of Human Development for Health Care Professionals

Kathleen M. Thies, John F. Travers - 2006 - 503 páginas
...we have been using with one she proposed earlier with a colleague: Resilience "generally refers to manifested competence in the context of significant...adaptation or development" (Masten & Coatsworth 1998). By competence, they mean a pattern of effective adaptation in the environment, either broadly defined...
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African American Psychology: From Africa to America

Faye Z Belgrave, Kevin W Allison - 2006 - 441 páginas
...youth with multiple risk factors do not use drugs. Masten and Coatsworth (1998) defined resilience as "manifested competence in the context of significant challenges to adaptation or development" (p. 206). Individual Factors Individual factors are those that characterize individual level susceptibility...
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Urban Girls Revisited: Building Strengths

Bonnie J. Leadbeater, Niobe Way - 2007 - 381 páginas
...research on the development of individual competence, Masten and Coatsworth (1998) define resilience as "manifested competence in the context of significant challenges to adaptation or development" (p. 205). They go on to define competence as a "pattern of effective adaptation in the environment...
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Adolescents, Media, and the Law: What Developmental Science Reveals and Free ...

Roger J. R. Levesque - 2007 - 368 páginas
...resilience. While there exists no universal definition of resilience, the term generally refers to manifested competence in the context of significant challenges to adaptation or development. Resilient individuals are those who successfully cope with or overcome risk and adversity or who have...
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