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Borderland Resilience Studies

Abstract : This article describes the definition and characteristics of borderland resilience studies as an academic field, and precisely its core phenomenon, major themes or components and challenges. The phenomenon of borderland resilience is firstly defined. The results of empirical studies complete the conceptual description. Finally, the article proposes a set of research and development challenges.
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Eric Rigaud, Anouck Adrot, Frank Fiedrich, Nour Kanaan, Miriam Klein, et al.. Borderland Resilience Studies. 17th ISCRAM Conference, May 2020, Blacksburg, United States. ⟨hal-02886328⟩



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