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Meaning-making and resilience: case studies of a multifaceted process
(Taylor & Francis, 2014)
Explanations of meaning-making generally prioritise intrapersonal processes. Although making meaning is an intrapersonal process, it is also strongly influenced by person-context interactions and cultural positioning. ...
AIDS in South Africa: Therapeutic interventions to strengthen resilience among orphans and vulnerable children
Worldwide, approximately 10% of the 34.2 million individuals infected by human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immune deficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) are under the age of 18. Additionally, 17.8 million children have experienced ...
Education services and resilience processes: Resilient Black South African students' experiences
The resilience literature is increasingly drawing attention to formal service provision as a means for social ecologies to support children's and youths' positive adjustment to challenging life circumstances. This article ...