Tag Archives: Covid-19

“Middle‐Range Future Claims: Constructing the Near‐Future Consequences of COVID‐19” by Joel Best https://doi.org/10.1002/symb.499 cc @sociologylens #sssi #sociology #covid19 #impact #future #freeaccess

We have just published Joel Best’s article “Middle‐Range Future Claims: Constructing the Near‐Future Consequences of COVID‐19” on Early View of Symbolic Interaction. In this article Professor Best surveys those assertions and seeks to explain the factors that led to them. … Continue reading

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“Pandemic in the Time of Trump: Digital Media Logic and Deadly Politics” by David L. Altheide https://doi.org/10.1002/symb.501 #sssi #media #attention #politics cc @sociologylens

David L. Altheide is well known for his analysis of the media and his research on how the media can be used to, for example, create fear. We have just published Professor Altheide’s article “Pandemic in the Time of Trump: … Continue reading

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The Relationship between Dating Practices and Setting https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/symb.153 cc @courtneybrubin @sociologylens #sssi #sociology #dating

In today’s New York Times, Courtney Rubin provides tips for dating safely in times of Covid-19. One aspect that plays only a minor role in Rubin’s article is the setting where the date takes places. This is somewhat surprising because … Continue reading

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