Title The COVID-19 crisis [electronic resource] : social perspectives / edited by Deborah Lupton and Karen Willis.
Imprint Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, [2021]©2021
Author Lupton, Deborah. editor.
Willis, Karen, 1960- editor.
Date 01-01-2021
Physical description 1 online resource (xiii, 226 pages)
online resource
Item E-BOOK (Copy 1) EBL 1272483-1001 ONLINE
URL Full text available from ProQuest Ebook Central: https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/aph/detail.action?docID=6510152
Major subject COVID-19
Social impact
Work and family
Interpersonal relations
Health care
Minor subject Overseas item
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 9781000375909
Contents Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of illustrations -- List of contributors -- Acknowledgements -- PART I: Introduction -- 1. COVID society: Introduction to the book -- 2. Contextualising COVID-19: Sociocultural perspectives on contagion -- PART II: Space, the body and mobilities -- 3. Moving target, moving parts: The multiple mobilities of the COVID-19 pandemic -- 4. Physical activity and bodily boundaries in times of pandemic -- 5. City flows during pandemics: Zooming in on windows -- 6. The politics of touch-based help for visually impaired persons during the COVID-19 pandemic: An autoethnographic account -- PART III: Intimacies, socialities and connections -- 7. #DatingWhileDistancing: Dating apps as digital health technologies during the COVID-19 pandemic -- 8. 'Unhome' sweet home: The construction of new normalities in Italy during COVID-19 -- 9. Queer and crip temporalities during COVID-19: Sexual practices, risk and responsibility -- 10. Isol-AID, art and wellbeing: Posthuman community amid COVID-19 -- PART IV: Healthcare practices and systems -- 11. Strange times in Ireland: Death and the meaning of loss under COVID-19 -- 12. Between an ethics of care and scientific uncertainty: Dilemmas of general practitioners in Marseille -- 13. Post-pandemic routes in the context of Latin countries: The impact of COVID-19 in Italy and Spain -- 14. Risky work: Providing healthcare in the age of COVID-19 -- PART V: Marginalisation and discrimination -- 15. The plight of the parent-citizen? Examples of resisting (self-) responsibilisation and stigmatisation by Dutch Muslim parents and organisations during the COVID-19 crisis -- 16. Anti-Asian racism, xenophobia and Asian American health during COVID-19 -- 17. Ageism and risk during the coronavirus pandemic -- Index.
LCN 1272483
Item ID 1272483-1001
Database Library Catalogue