Commoning Toward Urban Resilience: The Role of Trust, Social Cohesion, and Involvement in a Simulated Urban Commons Setting
In the aftermath of an environmental, socio-economical, or sanitary crisis, we question our adaptability as individuals within a community. We thus thrive for community resilience as a means to mitigate future crises. With the population concentration happening in cities, such concerns are particularly legitimate for urban communities. “A city without resilient communities will be extremely vulnerable to disasters. Human communities are the social and institutional components of the city, directing its activities, responding to its needs, and learning from its experience” (Kim & Lim, 2016, p. 6). Follow this link to read the full article.
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