It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide, This PDF is available to Subscribers Only. In what ways has it exacerbated toxic and militarised masculinities? Rescue packages, their effectiveness, and their impact on different sectors of the economy; Global responses: how does the response to the coronavirus pandemic differ from our response to other global health challenges, i.e. The specific topics of the special … As such, the following suggestions are intended only as prompts and should not be considered an exhaustive list: To reiterate, these are merely prompts, and should not be considered an exhaustive list of possible topics. Careers - Terms and Conditions - Privacy Policy. climate change? COVID-19 is a global crisis with multifaceted dimensions. There are a number of potential themes that inform the special issue; we are, however, open to a wide range of papers addressing the impact of COVID-19: What are the social politics of COVID-19 across the globe? What has been revealed about the racialised and gendered distribution of paid care work? #stayhomesavelives, #quedateencasa. 179 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/ID[<61D7A0B351077C48B267AF304FE21B23>]/Index[154 41]/Info 153 0 R/Length 119/Prev 199285/Root 155 0 R/Size 195/Type/XRef/W[1 3 1]>>stream In that sense, it is a liminal moment where different possibilities emerge but remain unstable. Which needs are deemed to be more urgent than others and how is COVID-19 recalibrating public policy priorities? Crisis also provides routes to reshape policy frameworks – economic, political and social. What is NOT happening because of COVID-19? We are open to any topic that falls into the field of social science or humanities research, and we welcome all perspectives on these topics. government distributed text messages, or Instagram’s ‘stay home’ feature. There has been, understandably, a lot of comment on COVID-19 making visible the importance of the state in supporting and regulating the health governance systems, the economy and social life (lockdowns) during COVID-19. By providing an outlet for foundational theoretical and empirical sociological research on COVID-19 and society, this volume will interrogate structural and interpersonal responses to a newly discovered virus. Linguistic and communication related considerations: the rapid collective adoption of new phrases, i.e. How has COVID-19 played to gendered articulations of power and gendered forms of leadership? The COVID-19 Call for Papers will end January 31, 2021. COVID-19 may open the way to an intensification of xenophobic, anti-feminist, neoliberal and authoritarian-populist politics It is difficult to know which of these two scenarios will prevail. in the English language ‘social distancing’; the use of hashtags to drive behaviours i.e. The fact that women are being disproportionately affected by COVID-19 – the burdens of care have intensified, violence against women has increased, and the focus on restarting industry is as ever overlooking the importance of investing in social care, health and education, the areas of greatest employment, responsibility and concern for women. How will the landscape for the politics of social policy change once the world emerges from the pandemic? We are also interested in think pieces of approximately 3000 words that reflect on imagined futures and identify the seeds of those imaginations. Which issues have been pushed to the margins by COVID-19? While this might be one scenario, there are other, bleaker ones, driven by the urgency to reboot the market economy – largely at the expense of the unpaid labour of women in the non-market economy.