5 edition of Social resilience in Singapore found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[edited by Norman Vasu].|
|LC Classifications||HV6433.S55 S63 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||108 p. :|
|Number of Pages||108|
|LC Control Number||2007442011|
Based on a critical review of recently published literature on the issue, we propose to define social resilience as being comprised of three dimensions: 1. Coping capacities –the ability of social actors to cope with and overcome all kinds of adversities; 2. Social resilience may be useful in facilitating adaptive response to a significant life stressor or to the loss of relationships such as moving to a new location, a new job, or other times when the.
Social resilience recognizes that, as a social species, we work, think, and excel as groups/teams as well as individuals. Wolves and lions hunt in teams, and by doing so they are able to bring. Christian Moore, LCSW. Christian Moore is an internationally-renowned speaker, licensed clinical social worker, and advocate for youth. He is the author of The Resilience Breakthrough: 27 Tools for Turning Adversity into was a commencement speaker in the School of Education at John Hopkins University and spoke at a White House convening for the Reach Higher Initiative.
Social resilience is more than fulfilling friendships and the comfortable exchange of ideas. Although trust is essential, social resilience is not equivalent to warm hugs, unconditional positive. The FRIENDS Programs are a series of Resilience programs developed by Professor Paula programs aim to increase social and emotional skills, promote resilience, and preventing anxiety and depression across the lifespan. As a prevention protocol, FRIENDS has been noted as “one of the most robustly-supported programmes for internalising disorders,” with “a number of large-scale.
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This book examines how institutional and environmental features in neighbourhoods can contribute to social resilience, highlighting the related socio-demographic issues, as well as Social resilience in Singapore book infrastructure, planning, design and policies issues.
It is divided into three themes –. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 22 cm: Contents: Social resilience in Singapore / Norman Vasu --Multiculturalism in the UK, the impact of the 7 July London bomb attacks / Carole Johnson --Social resilience and its bases in multicultural Singapore / Gillian Koh --Multiracialism as official policy / Chua Beng Huat.
Multiculturalism and social resilience in Singapore Article, 19 November The Singapore government is encouraging multicultural unity through education, housing and social projects. A terrorist strike against multicultural states may test societal bonds.
More than just personal stories, these essays highlight the importance of resilience and the evolution of the political and social landscape in Singapore. The book compels readers to think of the complexity of the future roads we must take, as individuals, as a nation – because in sunny Singapore.
[An Assessment of Singapore's Ageing Policies for Achieving Greater Social Resilience] Dr. Mukul G. ASHER (Professorial Fellow, National University of Singapore) [Transformation of Social Security System in Indonesia: Aiming for Coverage for All] Ms.
NURINA Merdikawati (PhD Candidate, The Australian National University). BUILDING RESILIENCE IN SINGAPORE In Singapore, we face the twin challenges of a rapidly evolving external threat environment as well as an "Age of Social Angst" — where tensions from globalisation and the IT revolution are manifesting themselves as challenges to our social compact.
The Challenge: Global-Scale Overshoot and Collapse It was in the early s that the profile of a possible global-scale overshoot and collapse was first highlighted in a publication, The Limits to Growth,1 based on a computer simulation model. “Overshoot” referred to exponentially growing trends in population, resource consumption, and waste generation that would overwhelm planet [ ].
Social Resilience: The timely capacity of individuals and groups–family, community, country, and enterprise–to be more generative during times of stability and to adapt, reorganize, and grow in response to disruption.
In today’s complex world, escalating rates of burn-out, secondary traumatization, moral distress, and needless tragedy often characterize organizations whose human capital tools fail to. Viewed in this way, the search for w ays to build social resilience – especially in the liv elihoods of the poor and marginalized – is revealed to be not only a technical, but also a political.
Michael Ungar, Ph.D. is the author of 9 books and more than 70 articles and book chapters. His works include The We Generation:Raising Socially Responsible Kids, Too Safe for Their Own Good: How Risk and Responsibility Help Teens Thrive, Counseling in Challenging Contexts,and Strengths-based Counseling with At-risk Youth.
He has practiced for over 25 years as a Social. Ending circuit breaker: phased approach to resuming activities safely Safe Re-opening: How Singapore will resume activities after the circuit breaker Post-circuit breaker – when can we move on to phases 2 and 3.
Staying COVID-safe after circuit breaker ends Safe Management Measures required at the workplace after the circuit breaker period Controlling outbreak in worker dormitories, testing Missing: Social resilience. explore social resilience, both as an analogy of how societies work, drawing on the ecological concept, and through exploring the direct relationship between the two phenomena of social and ecological resilience.
Social resilience is an important component of the circumstances under which individuals and social groups adapt to environmental Size: KB. Singapore’s Resilience Story The island city-state of Singapore is among the world’s largest financial centers and one of its busiest ports. With a historically diverse population, the city has taken a multipronged approach to encourage integration and strengthen social and civic bonds.
Resilience has been regarded narrowly as a quintessential individual property by most investigators. Social resilience, however, is inherently a multilevel construct, revealed by capacities of individuals, but also groups, to foster, engage in, and sustain positive social relationships and to endure and recover from stressors and social by: In so doing it demystifies the process of community engagement, while simultaneously extolling the virtues of the ground breaking strategies to have been effectively employed in Asia, the Middle East, and the book then proceeds to examine the efforts of community engagement made by several countries against their unique operational and geopolitical environments.
"The book makes a useful contribution to disaster management by highlighting the complexities of the concept of social resilience in the context of disasters.
It provides an opportunity for the reader to reflect on social resilience and disasters.". researching social resilience report on the workshop organised by the centre of excellence for national security (cens) at the s. rajaratnam school of international studies (rsis), nanyang technological university, singapore with the support of the national security coordination secretariat (nscs) at the prime minister’s office, singapore.
Two recent efforts of the Resilience Alliance are worth mentioning; a special feature of Ecology and Society–exploring resilience in social–ecological systems with results and propositions from regional case study comparisons (Walker et al., ) and a book on complexity theory for a sustainable future (Norberg and Cumming, ).Cited by: Mark Granovetter’s seminal paper “ The Strength of Weak Ties ” describes social infrastructure as a system of strong and weak ties.
Strong ties are characterized by duration, emotional intimacy, mutual confidence, and reciprocal services — conditions one usually finds among kin and close friends. Beyond their economic assets and professional skill sets, returning Overseas Singaporeans bring with them a variety of social skill sets that could be tapped to aid immigrant integration and build resilience into Singapore society.
Looking ahead, the Emerging Stronger Taskforce will partner business leaders, industry experts and trade associations to chart our paths in a changed world. On the social front, we will continue building our social resilience.
We must have the fortitude to persevere, to adapt and to emerge stronger as Singapore United and Singapore ers: 84K.Defining resilience. Our definition of resilience is the ability to bounce, have courage, be creative and make connections. This resilience definition encompasses the components of body, heart, mind and spirit which are all part of the integral approach we take to our research, tools and training.The Lake Chilwa Basin Climate Change Adaptation Programme was a seven-year research and development programme in Malawi that concluded in March The programme was designed to protect the livelihoods of the population and enhance resilience of the .