The Imaginary of Resilience: Trauma, Struggle, Life
As a culture we are saturated today by discourses around the need to develop the self. In fact discourses around selfhood can be seen to be driving wider social and political discourses around development on a more or less global scale. The discourse on ‘the resilient self’ is a case in point.
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