Beyond the ‘I’
‘Resilient communities’ are in essence a concept based on three principles: perception (experience), conception (abstractions) and identification (memories). In the following I shall delve into these three dimensions which will be supported by a personal case study from Sierra Leone. The conclusion will be a reflection on the meaning of ‘resilient community’ within this specific context.
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