Resilienza comunitaria e vulnerabilità sociale nella prospettiva del Welfare Responsabile - Michele Marzulli, Nicoletta Pavesi - Vita e Pensiero - Articolo Studi di Sociologia Vita e Pensiero

Resilienza comunitaria e vulnerabilità sociale nella prospettiva del Welfare Responsabile

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Articolo
Rivista STUDI DI SOCIOLOGIA
Fascicolo STUDI DI SOCIOLOGIA - 2022 - 1
Titolo Resilienza comunitaria e vulnerabilità sociale nella prospettiva del Welfare Responsabile
Community Resilience and Social Vulnerability in the Perspective of Responsible Welfare
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Editore Vita e Pensiero
Formato Articolo | Pdf
Online da 03-2022
Doi 10.26350/000309_000132
Issn 0039-291X (stampa) | 1827-7896 (digitale)
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The recent pandemic as a widespread social crisis shows the social relevance of resilience, e.g. the capacity of deal with unfavorable events through a flexible approach. Recent studies on resilience underline the ability of the social  context to activate resilience: that is the community resilience. A concept linked to the resilience is vulnerability, e.g. the presence of properties that make people and communities less able to cope with risks. In this paper, we will  consider vulnerability and resilience as linked each other: it means that in many cases increasing community resilience can reduce community vulnerability. The model of Responsible Welfare, with its characteristics elements, offers  useful indications to improve the community resilience, because it acts both on the structural elements of the social system (for example, to reduce inequalities) and at the same time on the process ones. More precisely, the  Responsible Welfare model has the advantage of emphasizing the skills of several social actors involved in the production of well-being. The presence of this plurality of subjects seems to show the effect of empowering each actor  who chooses to be responsible. For that reason, the process elements of community resilience (the activity named community empowerment) are able to reinforce the structural elements of resilience, realizing an empowered  community. These reinforced structural elements represent resources that the community can use to more and more improve its well-being, creating a virtuous cycle.

keywords

Community resilience, Responsible Welfare, Empowerment, Vulnerability

Biografia degli autori

Michele Marzulli, Università Ca’ Foscari, Venezia. Email: michele.marzulli@unive.it. 
Nicoletta Pavesi, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano. Email: nicoletta.pavesi@unicatt.


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