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Résilience communautaire : le cas du Liban

Abstract : In a turbulent and aggressive environment, organizations are subject to external events. They are sometimes destabilized and can disappear. This context explains the multiplication of works studying resilience of human organizations. Resilience is then defined as the ability of the organization studied to face an external shock.This paper proposes a state of the art of resilience concept and considers the interests of the transposition of the concept to the field of a territorial community. A case study will lead us to apply the concept of resilience to the Lebanese nation.
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Eric Boutin, Joseph Moukarzel, Stéphane Amato, Elisabeta Gadioi, Michel Durampart. Résilience communautaire : le cas du Liban. ESSACHESS – Journal for Communication Studies, ESSACHESS editors, 2015, Communication symbolique, 8 (1(15)), pp.179-199. ⟨sic_01808391⟩



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