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Estêvão, P., Calado, A. & Capucha, Luís (2017). Resilience: moving from a 'heroic' notion to a sociological concept. Sociologia, Problemas e Práticas. 85, 9-25
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P. L. Estêvão et al.,  "Resilience: moving from a 'heroic' notion to a sociological concept", in Sociologia, Problemas e Práticas, no. 85, pp. 9-25, 2017
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	author = "Estêvão, P. and Calado, A. and Capucha, Luís",
	title = "Resilience: moving from a 'heroic' notion to a sociological concept",
	journal = "Sociologia, Problemas e Práticas",
	year = "2017",
	volume = "",
	number = "85",
	doi = "10.7458/SPP20178510115",
	pages = "9-25",
	url = ""
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TI  - Resilience: moving from a 'heroic' notion to a sociological concept
T2  - Sociologia, Problemas e Práticas
IS  - 85
AU  - Estêvão, P.
AU  - Calado, A.
AU  - Capucha, Luís
PY  - 2017
SP  - 9-25
SN  - 0873-6529
DO  - 10.7458/SPP20178510115
UR  -
AB  - This paper presents a specific sociological theoretical framework to the concept of resilience. To do so, we reviewed the main theoretical developments on resilience, focusing our attention on the development of a “heroic” perspective of resilience. We point out its several pitfalls, and counter it with a concept of resilience grounded on sociological theory and poverty studies, presenting a definition for resilience, the conditions and characteristics of this social phenomenon, as well as a model of operationalization based on two major dimensions: mobilization of resources and shifting of risks. With this innovative approach we also call for a sociological research agenda for resilience.
ER  -