Challenges of Post-COVID-19 for a Sustainable Development Society
Serpa, Sandro (editor)
Ferreira, Carlos Miguel (editor)
The COVID-19 pandemic has causedenormous upheaval at the micro-, meso- and macrosocial levels, with a profound influence on the diverse dimensions of human existence. This reprint offers contributions by authors from various backgrounds and origins for a better understanding of the multiple and interdependent consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic that pose multiple and complex scientific, moral, social and political challenges, considered from social science perspectives.
Keywordsinclusive tourism; accessibility; disability; Booking.com; hotels; ethnography; environmental; online; activism; young people; COVID-19; lockdown; climate; strikes; methods; refugee researchers (RRs); researcher at risk; scholars at risk; employment; pandemic; working from home; asylum procedure; male sex workers; commercial sex; motives; practices; vulnerabilities; Portugal; jogging; emotional geography; urban ethnography; Italy; COVID-19 pandemic; SARS-CoV-2; stigma; stigmatization; charisma; charismatic domination; President Trump; legitimation; social elevation; media narrative; media; international migration; mobility; Migration Cycle; artificial intelligence; digitalization; digital divide; human rights; filtering facepiece respirators; supply chain management; disaster management cycle; neoliberal model of development; democratic socialist model of development; class; ideology; anomie; moral regulation; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022