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COVID answers in Scientific Journals all over the world

Publishing House: Intellect
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1 [GO] Craft Research 2021―Oct―22 ‘I’m not a doctor, but I can sew a mask’: The face mask home sewing movement as a means of control during the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020 Addie K. Martindale, Charity Armstead, Ellen McKinney
2 [GO] Journal of Design Business & Society 2021―Oct―13 What motivates our design students during COVID-19? Rebecca Anne Price, Mieke van der Bijl-Brouwer
3 [GO] Queer Studies in Media & Popular Culture 2021―Sep―29 Summer 2021: Pandemics and popular culture Bruce Drushel
4 [GO] Journal of Scandinavian Cinema 2021―Sep―25 Involuntary Dogme restrictions: Orca and COVID-19 screen culture Maaret Koskinen
5 [GO] Journal of Scandinavian Cinema 2021―Sep―25 Trade stories, film policy and radical uncertainty: Remarks on Scandinavian cinema and COVID-19 inspired by ‘Digging the digital?’ Joel Frykholm
6 [GO] Book 2 0 2021―Sep―21 Platformized book prosumption on Wattpad: Reading and writing in the case of a pandemic diary Sven Stollfuß
7 [GO] Book 2 0 2021―Sep―21 Ghosts, murder and mutation: The portrayal of pandemics in children’s and YA fiction Jean Webb
8 [GO] Journal of African Media Studies 2021―Sep―15 God and COVID-19 in Burundian social media: The political fight for the control of the narrative Antea Paviotti
9 [GO] Journal of African Media Studies 2021―Sep―15 Social media, fake news and fake COVID-19 cures in Nigeria Temple Uwalaka, Bigman Nwala, Amadi Confidence Chinedu
10 [GO] Journal of African Media Studies 2021―Sep―15 From COVID-19 to COVID-666: Quasi-religious mentality and ideologies in Nigerian coronavirus pandemic discourse Lily Chimuanya, Ebuka Elias Igwebuike
11 [GO] Journal of African Media Studies 2021―Sep―15 Is we they? A cross-cultural study of responses to COVID-19 updates in Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda Robert Madoi Nasaba, Nakiwala Aisha Sembatya
12 [GO] Journal of African Media Studies 2021―Sep―15 ‘Subaltern’ pushbacks: An analysis of responses by Facebook users to ‘racist’ statements by two French doctors on testing a COVID-19 vaccine in Africa Selina Linda Mudavanhu
13 [GO] Journal of African Media Studies 2021―Sep―15 Infobotting COVID-19: A case study of Ask Nameesa in Egypt Mona Khattab
14 [GO] Journal of African Media Studies 2021―Sep―15 South African newspaper coverage of COVID-19: A content analysis Herman Wasserman, Wallace Chuma, Tanja Bosch, Chikezie E. Uzuegbunam, Rachel Flynn
15 [GO] Journal of African Media Studies 2021―Sep―15 West African-diasporic social media users facing COVID-19: Care, emotions and power during the onset of the coronavirus pandemic Syntia Hasenöhrl
16 [GO] Journal of African Media Studies 2021―Sep―15 An evaluation of constructive journalism in Zimbabwe: A case study of The Herald’s coverage of the coronavirus pandemic Thulani Tshabangu, Abiodun Salawu
17 [GO] Journal of African Media Studies 2021―Sep―15 Media representation of China in the time of pandemic: A comparative study of Kenyan and Ethiopian media Hangwei Li
18 [GO] Journal of African Media Studies 2021―Sep―15 Media and global pandemics: Continuities and discontinuities Tendai Chari, Ufuoma Akpojivi
19 [GO] Moving Image Review & Art Journal (MIRAJ) 2021―Sep―07 Quietness, isolation and reimagining contact in the city after the pandemic Gracia Ramirez
20 [GO] Moving Image Review & Art Journal (MIRAJ) 2021―Sep―07 Picturing a Pandemic: Art and Activism of Survival on Screen from the Women’s Health, LGBTQIA, Crip and Decolonial Archive Conal Mcstravick, Richard Fung
21 [GO] Journal of New Zealand & Pacific Studies 2021―Aug―10 Vā at the time of COVID-19: When an aspect of research unexpectedly turns into lived experience and practice Leali‘ifano Albert Refiti, Anna-Christina (Tina) Engels-Schwarzpaul, Lana Lopesi, Billie Lythberg, Layne Waerea, Valance Smith
22 [GO] Journal of Applied Arts and Health 2021―Jun―18 The heart of the matter: Arts-based reflections, writings and responses during COVID-19 Vivien Marcow Speiser, Phillip Speiser
23 [GO] International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics 2021―Jun―18 Positive communication in a catastrophic crisis: The mixed effects of COVID-19 on the tone of Canadian governments’ media coverage Alexis Bibeau, Adrien Cloutier, Alexandre Fortier-Chouinard, Nadjim Fréchet, Camille Tremblay-Antoine, Yannick Dufresne
24 [GO] Journal of Digital Media & Policy 2021―Jun―11 Media policy analysis and diplomatic interactions during COVID-19 between China and the United States in a comparative perspective Fangzhu Lu, Biao Li
25 [GO] Art & the Public Sphere 2021―Jun―01 Re-inventing life as commons during the pandemic crisis Stavros Stavrides
26 [GO] Journal of African Media Studies 2021―May―25 ‘You can’t arrest a virus’: The freedom of expression crisis within Egypt’s response to COVID-19 Gabriele Cosentino
27 [GO] Journal of African Media Studies 2021―May―25 Communication lapses to combating COVID-19 pandemic: Evaluating Ghana’s COVID-19 campaign Jacob Nyarko, Michael Yao Wodui Serwornoo, Benedine Azanu
28 [GO] Journal of African Media Studies 2021―May―25 COVID-19 containment and control: Information source credibility and adoption of prevention strategies among residents in South West Nigeria Mustapha Adeniyi Adeitan, Ngozi Joy Onyechi, Ozioma Omah
29 [GO] Journal of African Media Studies 2021―May―25 Influence of conspiracy theories, misinformation and knowledge on public adoption of Nigerian government’s COVID-19 containment policies Ifeoma Theresa Amobi, Lambe Kayode Mustapha, Lilian Adaora Udodi, Oluwakemi Akinuliola-Aweda, Mogbonj뫞 Esther Adesulure, Innocent Okoye
30 [GO] Journal of African Media Studies 2021―May―25 Fear-arousing persuasive communication and behaviour change: COVID-19 in Kenya Omukule Emojong’
31 [GO] Journal of African Media Studies 2021―May―25 Exploring COVID-19 infodemic in rural Africa: A case study of Chintheche, Malawi Levi Zeleza Manda
32 [GO] Journal of African Media Studies 2021―May―25 The societal importance of journalistic health reporting on the COVID-19 pandemic in sub-Saharan Africa: Impressions from science and health journalism organizations Stefan Wollnik
33 [GO] Journal of African Media Studies 2021―May―25 Communicating COVID-19 to rural dwellers: Revisiting the role of traditional media in crisis communication Ezinne Abaneme, Chinedu Nwasum, Oscar Chima, Ogbonnanya Elechi, Ngozi Uduma
34 [GO] Journal of African Media Studies 2021―May―25 A systematic review of the spread of information during pandemics: A case of the 2020 COVID-19 virus Oluwakemi Shobowale
35 [GO] Journal of African Media Studies 2021―May―25 The coronavirus pandemic in Africa: Crisis communication challenges Martin N. Ndlela
36 [GO] International Journal of Community Music 2021―May―21 The response of community musicians in the United Kingdom to the COVID-19 crisis: An evaluation Matthew Crisp
37 [GO] Australasian Journal of Popular Culture 2021―May―13 The familiar places we dream about: Pokémon GO and nostalgia during a global pandemic Gwyneth Peaty, Tama Leaver
38 [GO] International Journal of Islamic Architecture 2021―May―04 Vivir El Islam En Tiempos De Pandemia (Experiencing Islam In Times Of The Pandemic), Casa Árabe [Soundcloud Channel], Madrid And Cordoba, Spain, May 27-June 16, 2020 Walid Akef
39 [GO] Journal of Digital Media & Policy 2021―May―03 Balancing protection of public health and freedom of information in times of COVID-19 Andrei Richter
40 [GO] Journal of Digital Media & Policy 2021―May―03 Public policies of connectivity in Latin America in the context of COVID-19 Bernadette Califano, Martín Becerra
41 [GO] Journal of Digital Media & Policy 2021―May―03 Section 230 and global content moderation: Uncertainty in the time of COVID-19 Melinda Sebastian
42 [GO] Journal of Digital Media & Policy 2021―May―03 Trusting and valuing news in a pandemic: Attitudes to online news media content during COVID-19 and policy implications Terry Flew
43 [GO] Journal of Digital Media & Policy 2021―May―03 Cybertarianism further exposed: Chile, Colombia, Mexico and the COVID-19 conjuncture André Dorcé Ramos, Enrique Uribe-Jongbloed, Jorge Antonio Saavedra Utman, Toby Miller
44 [GO] Journal of Digital Media & Policy 2021―May―03 Trends in East Asian policies on digital surveillance tools during the COVID-19 pandemic Elena Sherstoboeva, Valentina Pavlenko
45 [GO] Journal of Digital Media & Policy 2021―May―03 What’s next for social media companies? The digital regulatory scene in Turkey during the COVID-19 pandemic Aslı Tunç
46 [GO] Journal of Digital Media & Policy 2021―May―03 From social distancing to digital un-distancing: The COVID-19 pandemic and new challenges for digital policy in the cultural and audio-visual sectors Olga Kolokytha, Krisztina Rozgonyi
47 [GO] Journal of Digital Media & Policy 2021―May―03 Municipal digital infrastructure and the COVID-19 pandemic: A case study of Calgary, Canada Gregory Taylor, Katelyn Anderson, Dana Cramer
48 [GO] Journal of Digital Media & Policy 2021―May―03 Government repression disguised as anti-disinformation action: Digital journalists’ perception of COVID-19 policies in Hungary Konrad Bleyer-Simon
49 [GO] Drama Therapy Review 2021―May―03 Interview with Nancy Sondag: Drama therapy for persons with dementia on a secured unit in an assisted living facility during a pandemic Sally Bailey
50 [GO] Journal of Digital Media & Policy 2021―May―03 Digital dilemmas in the (post-)pandemic state: Surveillance and information rights in South Korea Kyong Yoon
51 [GO] Journal of Arab & Muslim Media Research 2021―Apr―25 Insta-hate: An exploration of Islamophobia and right-wing nationalism on Instagram amidst the COVID-19 pandemic in India Benson Rajan, Shreya Venkatraman
52 [GO] Journal of Arab & Muslim Media Research 2021―Apr―25 Mapping the fake news infodemic amidst the COVID-19 pandemic: A study of Indian fact-checking websites Kaifia Ancer Laskar, Mohammad Reyaz
53 [GO] Journal of Arab & Muslim Media Research 2021―Apr―25 Social media and the COVID-19 pandemic: The dilemma of fake news clutter vs. social responsibility Moez Ben Messaoud
54 [GO] Virtual Creativity 2021―Mar―02 Post Pandemic Provocations Nina Czegledy
55 [GO] International Journal of Music in Early Childhood 2021―Feb―15 ‘Something is better than nothing’: Early childhood caregiver-child music classes taught remotely in the time of COVID-19 Lisa Huisman Koops, Samantha C. Webber
56 [GO] International Journal of Music in Early Childhood 2021―Feb―15 Early childhood music research, practice and policy: A COVID-19 collaboration Christina L. Svec, Lisa Koops
57 [GO] Crossings Journal of Migration and Culture 2021―Jan―30 Migrant autonomy and wilfulness amidst the onslaught of the Covid-19 pandemic at the Tijuana border Robert McKee Irwin, Juan Antonio Del Monte
58 [GO] Journal of Science & Popular Culture 2021―Jan―28 Presenting a constructive image of the processes of undertaking science and medical research through fiction in the wake of the 2019-20 COVID-19 pandemic Sean Fitzgerald
59 [GO] Journal of Science & Popular Culture 2021―Jan―28 Could vaccine hesitancy prolong the pandemic? Steven Gil
60 [GO] Drama Therapy Review 2020―Oct―14 Bridging the generational divide: The mixtape of being a White, gay, Gen X drama therapist living through HIV/AIDS and COVID-19 Jason Conover
61 [GO] Drama Therapy Review 2020―Oct―14 How to run a drama therapy group from your childhood bedroom: Reflections on working as a drama therapist during COVID-19 Jamie Adges
62 [GO] Drama Therapy Review 2020―Oct―14 Staring into a blue circle: Reflections on school-based drama therapy during COVID-19 Heidi Landis, Alessia Hughes, Cindy Kay
63 [GO] Drama Therapy Review 2020―Oct―14 ‘Art is my language’: Expanding the role of creative arts therapy in a public health system during COVID-19 Dana George Trottier, Carlos Rodriguez-Perez, Jude Regula, Jennifer Richards, Emily Brenner, Nichelle Murray
64 [GO] Drama Therapy Review 2020―Oct―14 ‘Great red anemone and its beautiful black pollens’: On tele-drama therapy sessions with older adults in times of COVID-19 Shiri Kordova, Shoshi Keisari
65 [GO] Drama Therapy Review 2020―Oct―14 The medium is the message: Τhe transformation of drama therapy practice during COVID-19 Dimitra Stavrou
66 [GO] Drama Therapy Review 2020―Oct―14 Creative dialogues across countries: Towards modern performance online during the global crisis related to COVID-19 Steve Harvey, Colleen Jennings, E. Connor Kelly
67 [GO] Drama Therapy Review 2020―Oct―14 Individualism will not save us: Personal liberty vs. community care in the time of COVID-19 Dana Sayre
68 [GO] Drama Therapy Review 2020―Oct―14 Finding my raison d’être: COVID-19 and the call to online therapy Monique Alexandra Hill
69 [GO] Drama Therapy Review 2020―Oct―14 Medicine memories: Fighting hermeneutical injustice in a pandemic Jacqueline Victor (Jaq)
70 [GO] Drama Therapy Review 2020―Oct―14 Lend me your oar: Therapy in a pandemic with graduate interns, individuals living with Aphasia and uncharted waters Kayla Freeman, Alessia Hughes
71 [GO] Journal of Environmental Media 2020―Aug―23 Sensing the deathscape: Digital media and death during COVID-19 Becky Alexis-Martin
72 [GO] Journal of Environmental Media 2020―Aug―23 Screened screens screening: Boundaries and boundary-drawing practices during COVID-19 Liu Xin
73 [GO] Journal of Environmental Media 2020―Aug―23 ‘So long, and thanks for all the fish!’: Urban dolphins as ecofascist fake news during COVID-19 Marcia Allison
74 [GO] Journal of Environmental Media 2020―Aug―23 #NoGoingBack: Queer leaps at the intersection of protest and COVID-19 Jin Haritaworn
75 [GO] Journal of Environmental Media 2020―Aug―23 The cost of labour and energy in digital media and automation technologies beyond the COVID-19 pandemic Mario Khreiche
76 [GO] Journal of Environmental Media 2020―Aug―23 Online environmental news stories in India during the COVID-19 pandemic: Reporting the ‘crisis’ and ‘concerns’ of the natural ecosystem Ram Awtar Yadav
77 [GO] Journal of Environmental Media 2020―Aug―23 Disease, disaster and the internet: Reconceptualizing environmental hazards in the time of coronavirus Hayley Brazier
78 [GO] Journal of Environmental Media 2020―Aug―23 Pandemic temporalities: Distal futurity in the digital Capitalocene Nadine Chan
79 [GO] Journal of Applied Arts and Health 2020―Aug―18 Puppet theatre under COVID-19 Emma Fisher, Cariad Astles
80 [GO] Journal of Applied Arts and Health 2020―Aug―18 The truth behind the screen: Digital shadows in the time of pandemic Lynne Kent
81 [GO] Punk & Post Punk 2020―Jul―29 Stay punk!! Stay free!! Subcultural identity, resistance and Covid-19 in northern Japan James D. Letson
82 [GO] Citizenship Teaching and Learning 2020―Jul―24 Vigilance, respect and cooperation during a worldwide pandemic Yusef Waghid


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