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The intertwining of coping, resilience and hope: A review from social work perspectives

Azlinda Azman

Life stress events are primarily due to a human being’s interaction with their social environment. In fact, in social work practice, the concept of “person-in-environment” becomes the main focus of intervention. The successful of mobilising and enhancing an individual’s personal and environmental resources can lead to a person’s motivation to cope with life stress, it elevates resiliency and can help to further establish hope for a better life. The effectiveness of intervention however will greatly rely on the individuals as well as the social workers.

International Conference on Community Empowerment,
Coping, Resilience and Hope
14-16 December 2014, Hyderabad, Telangana, India
Visit BISBP at: www.strengthsbasedpractice.com.au

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Azlinda Azman

Azlinda Azman, PhD is Head of Social Work Programme at the School of Social Sciences and Convenor of the AIDS Action and Research Group (AARG), both at Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM). She was a Fulbright Scholar and obtained her Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in Clinical Social Work from New York University, New York, United States of America (USA). Dr. Azlinda chairs the National Joint Council Committee on Social Work Education, an executive committee member of the Malaysian Association of Social Workers (MASW) and member of the Steering Committee in drafting the Malaysian Social Worker’s Act.

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