There are three types of social-political resilience: social sciences: in anthropology, and in sociology

Resilience in Social Sciences

It is the capability of an individual to be able to live well and to positively develop, in spite of the hard living conditions. The subject has to come out strengthened and transformed by his bad experiences, each tome stronger, with a positive attitude.

Resilience in Sociology

It is the social development of a person and its adaptation within a given environment. It is to resist, to overcome and see himself / herself transformed by a risk situation. The capability of being resilient can be developed through the formation of a socially competent person who has the capability of having his/ her own and useful identity. He/ she can adapt and develop resilience to customs, language, and living manners of the visiting country.

Resilience in anthropology

Resilience can be presented with the example of human evolution. Through time, since the Australopithecus to the Homo sapiens, they have performed adjustments to their social, hunting, organization and mental methods.

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