In its broadest sense, social vulnerability is one dimension of vulnerability to multiple stressors and shocks, including abuse, social exclusion and natural hazards. Social vulnerability refers to the inability of people, organizations, and societies to withstand adverse impacts from multiple stressors to which they are exposed. These impacts are due in part to characteristics inherent in social interactions, institutions, and systems of cultural values.

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  • La vulnérabilité sociale est une forme de vulnérabilité qui représente une fragilité matérielle ou morale à laquelle est exposé un individu, une organisation ou une Société. Le concept de vulnérabilité sociale est intrinsèquement lié au risque de fragilisation auquel est exposé l'individu ou le collectif et dont la concrétisation potentielle serait l'exclusion sociale.
  • In its broadest sense, social vulnerability is one dimension of vulnerability to multiple stressors and shocks, including abuse, social exclusion and natural hazards. Social vulnerability refers to the inability of people, organizations, and societies to withstand adverse impacts from multiple stressors to which they are exposed. These impacts are due in part to characteristics inherent in social interactions, institutions, and systems of cultural values. Because it is most apparent when calamity occurs, many studies of social vulnerability are found in risk management literature (Peacock and Ragsdale 1997; Anderson and Woodrow 1998; Alwang, Siegel et al. 2001; Conway and Norton 2002). However, social vulnerability is a pre-existing condition that affects a society’s ability to prepare for and recover from a disruptive event.
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  • La vulnérabilité sociale est une forme de vulnérabilité qui représente une fragilité matérielle ou morale à laquelle est exposé un individu, une organisation ou une Société. Le concept de vulnérabilité sociale est intrinsèquement lié au risque de fragilisation auquel est exposé l'individu ou le collectif et dont la concrétisation potentielle serait l'exclusion sociale.
  • In its broadest sense, social vulnerability is one dimension of vulnerability to multiple stressors and shocks, including abuse, social exclusion and natural hazards. Social vulnerability refers to the inability of people, organizations, and societies to withstand adverse impacts from multiple stressors to which they are exposed. These impacts are due in part to characteristics inherent in social interactions, institutions, and systems of cultural values.
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  • Social vulnerability
  • Vulnérabilité sociale
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