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COVID answers in Scientific Journals all over the world

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1 [GO] The Elementary School Journal 2024―May―21 The COVID-19 Pandemic and Oral Reading Fluency David Furjanic, Christopher Ives, David Fainstein, Patrick C. Kennedy, Gina Biancarosa
2 [GO] Transforming Anthropology 2024―May―17 :Gifting Resilience: A Pandemic Study of Black Female Resistance Ashley-Devon Williamston
3 [GO] The Journal of Politics 2024―Apr―03 Rally 'round the mask: Congressional social media images and masking during COVID-19 Constantine Boussalis, Travis Coan, Mirya Holman
4 [GO] Comparative Education Review 2024―Mar―25 :Schools and Society during the COVID-19 Pandemic: How Education Systems Changed and the Road Ahead Haoda Feng
5 [GO] Ethics 2024―Mar―11 :Saving Animals, Saving Ourselves: Why Animals Matter for Pandemics, Climate Change, and Other Catastrophes Heather Browning, Walter Veit
6 [GO] Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research 2024―Feb―02 SNAP, Hardship, and Mental Health in U.S. Households with Children: Evidence from the COVID-19 Pandemic Vincent Fusaro, Leila Dal Santo, Margaret M.C. Thomas
7 [GO] Journal of Political Economy Microeconomics 2024―Jan―22 Social Networks Shape Beliefs and Behaviors: Evidence from Social Distancing during the COVID-19 Pandemic Michael Bailey, Drew Johnston, Martin Koenen, Theresa Kuchler, Dominic Russel, Johannes Stroebel
8 [GO] American Journal of Health Economics 2024―Jan―11 Young Children and Parents' Labor Supply during COVID-19 Scott Barkowski, Joanne Song McLaughlin, Yinlin Dai
9 [GO] The Library Quarterly 2023―Dec―21 Crafting a Pandemic Book Club Simone Stone, Jessie Mae Maimone
10 [GO] Ethics 2023―Dec―15 :Rights and Their Limits: In Theory, Cases, and Pandemics Abelard Podgorski
11 [GO] American Journal of Sociology 2023―Nov―06 :The Biomedical Empire: Lessons Learned from the COVID-19 Pandemic Lenore Manderson
12 [GO] The Elementary School Journal 2023―Nov―03 Literacy Coaching Roles ReImagined during the COVID-19 Pandemic Katia Ciampa, Rosemarie Jagielo-Manion, Audrey Gormley, Gwen Quinn, Suzanne Fanelle
13 [GO] Journal of Labor Economics 2023―Oct―26 The Effect of the COVID-19 Pandemic Recession on Less Educated Women’s Human Capital: Some Projections Mark Drozd, Robert Moffitt, Xinyu Zhao
14 [GO] The Elementary School Journal 2023―Oct―12 Parent Perceptions of Remote Learning During COVID-19 Trina M. Harmon, David H. Arnold
15 [GO] The Journal of Politics 2023―Oct―12 Belief in COVID-19 Misinformation in Nigeria Josh A. Goldstein, Shelby Grossman, Meredith Startz
16 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 Journals for a Plague Year: Teaching Early Modern History in the Era of Covid-19 Kira von Ostenfeld-Suske
17 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 Contagion and Creative Reflection: Teaching the Early Modern in the Age of Covid-19 Evan Gurney
18 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 The Sodomite as Scapegoat of Plagues: A Case Study to Introduce the Early Modern Period in the Era of Covid-19 Jaime Hernández-Vargas
19 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 Teaching Early Modern Women’s Writing in the Era of Covid-19 Sara Read, Catie Gill
20 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 Teaching the Early Modern World in the Era of Covid-19 Jennifer Mara DeSilva, Whitney A. M. Leeson, Barbara Pitkin
21 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 Creating a Classroom Community in the Age of Covid-19 Amanda Madden
22 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 Studying Abroad from Abroad: Moving from On-Site to Online Learning in the Wake of Covid-19 Meghan Callahan
23 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 The Constructed Body in a Disembodied Platform: Interdisciplinarity and Team Teaching in the Age of Covid-19 Jennifer Wu, Allison Gose
24 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 Virtual Connection: Teaching Religion and Politics in East Asia Online in the Era of Covid-19 Esther Chung-Kim
25 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 Education and Exile: Covid-19 and the Early Modern Experience Kyle J. Dieleman
26 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 Teaching the Plague in Times of Worry: A Critical Look at Early Modern Literature in the Covid-19 Classroom Alyssa Falcone
27 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 Teaching Hans Sachs in an Online Course: Sixteenth-Century German Literature in a Digital Context as a Consequence of the Covid-19 Crisis Albrecht Classen
28 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 The Online Shakespeare Classroom, Corporations, and Lessons Learned during the Covid-19 Crisis Thomas G. Olsen
29 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 Dead Letters: Teaching Early Modern Media Online During the Covid-19 Pandemic Thomas Ward
30 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 Using Online Resources to Teach Political Thought of the Spanish Golden Age during the Covid-19 Pandemic David Martín López
31 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 “My Prison House”: Teaching about Incarcerated Shakespeareans during the Covid-19 Pandemic Sheila T. Cavanagh
32 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 “Dear Boccaccio”: Teaching the Black Death Online during the Covid-19 Pandemic Beth Petitjean
33 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 Teaching The Tempest and Paradise Lost in the Era of Covid-19: Reflections on Displacement, Isolation, Connection, and Empathy David V. Urban
34 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 The Other Early Modern Pandemic: Slavery, Colonialism, and Novel Coronavirus Thomas Franke
35 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 Teaching Atlantic History in the Time of Coronavirus and Black Lives Matter Robin Hermann
36 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 Teaching in a Liminal Space: Decentering History in a Global Pandemic Alex Mizumoto-Gitter
37 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 Project-Based Pedagogy in a Pandemic Lynneth Miller Renberg
38 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 Emphasizing the Human Dimension of Early Modern Art History in the Midst of a Pandemic Rachel Miller
39 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 Teaching Edward II in the Time of Viral Pandemic John S. Garrison
40 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 St. Corona: Teaching Art History during a Global Pandemic Alena Buis
41 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Oct―09 Teaching the Global Baroque during the Pandemic: Backward Design as a Tool Christa Irwin
42 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Sep―28 Teaching, Literacies, Content Creation, and Sustainability in the Era of Covid-19 Karen L. Nelson
43 [GO] Comparative Education Review 2023―Sep―28 Returns at Risk: Girls’ Education and the Gendered Racial Vernacular of COVID-19 Rachel Silver, Alyssa Morley
44 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Sep―28 A Silver Lining: Teaching through the Covid-19 Pandemic Jessica Marie Otis
45 [GO] Sixteenth Century Journal 2023―Sep―28 Revisiting Lessons Learned in “Teaching the Early Modern World in the Era of Covid-19 Whitney Leeson
46 [GO] Isis 2023―Sep―26 Pandemic Responses and the Strengths of Health Systems: A Review of Global AIDS Historiography in Light of COVID-19 Reiko Kanazawa
47 [GO] Isis 2023―Sep―26 COVID-19 Response in South Asia: Case Studies from India, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan Arnab Chakraborty
48 [GO] Isis 2023―Sep―26 Scholarship in the Time of COVID-19: An Introduction to the IsisCB Special Issue on Pandemics Neeraja Sankaran, Stephen P. Weldon
49 [GO] Isis 2023―Sep―26 The “Spanish” Flu and the Pandemic Imaginary Mark Honigsbaum
50 [GO] Isis 2023―Sep―26 The European Perspective on Pandemics Leander Diener, Flurin Condrau
51 [GO] Isis 2023―Sep―26 Vaccination and Pandemics Dora Vargha, Imogen Wilkins
52 [GO] Isis 2023―Sep―26 Epidemic Inequities: Social and Racial Inequality in the History of Pandemics Michael F. McGovern, Keith A. Wailoo
53 [GO] Isis 2023―Sep―26 Historical Literature Related to Zoonoses and Pandemics Barbara Canavan
54 [GO] Isis 2023―Sep―26 History of Pandemics in Latin America José Ragas
55 [GO] Isis 2023―Sep―26 History of Pandemics in Southeast Asia: A Return of National Anxieties? Vivek Neelakantan
56 [GO] Isis 2023―Sep―26 Pandemics in the Ancient Mediterranean World Rebecca Flemming
57 [GO] Isis 2023―Sep―26 A Survey of Historical Works on Pandemics in the German Language Heiner Fangerau, Ulrich Koppitz, Alfons Labisch
58 [GO] Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research 2023―Sep―14 Material hardship and mental health among older Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic Dexia Kong, Xuhong Li, Peiyi Lu
59 [GO] Economic Development and Cultural Change 2023―Aug―25 COVID-19, Job Loss, and Intimate Partner Violence in Peru Ignacio Rodriguez Hurtado, Erica Field, Jorge Agüero, Javier Romero
60 [GO] The Quarterly Review of Biology 2023―Aug―25 :COVID-19 in the Environment: Impact, Concerns, and Management of Coronavirus
61 [GO] The Journal of Politics 2023―Aug―18 How to Stop Contagion: Applying Network Science to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Covid-19 Vaccine Distribution Plans Olga Chyzh
62 [GO] Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research 2023―Aug―16 Social Exclusion Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic A Longitudinal Study of Older Adults in the United States Joonyup Lee
63 [GO] Economic Development and Cultural Change 2023―Aug―02 Correcting Misperceptions about Support for Social Distancing to Combat COVID-19 Dean Yang, James Allen IV, Tanya Rosenblat, James Riddell IV, Hang Yu, Arlete Mahumane
64 [GO] Economic Development and Cultural Change 2023―Jul―26 A Pandemic Crossing the Border: The Impact of Covid-19 in the US on the Mexican Labor Market Irvin Rojas, Jisang Yu
65 [GO] Social Service Review 2023―Jul―14 “A Little Bit of a Security Blanket”: Renter Experiences with COVID-19-Era Eviction Moratoriums Danya E. Keene, Whitney Denary, Annie Harper, Anna Kapolka, Emily A. Benfer, Peter Hepburn
66 [GO] Journal of Human Capital 2023―Jul―13 Is the COVID-19 Pandemic Fast-Tracking Automation in Developing Countries? Evidence from Colombia Leonardo Bonilla-Mejia, Luz Adriana Florez, Didier Hermida, Francisco Lasso, Leonardo Fabio Morales, Juan Jose Ospina, José Pulido
67 [GO] Journal of Political Economy 2023―Jun―14 Piercing through Opacity: Relationships and Credit Card Lending to Consumers and Small Businesses during Normal Times and the COVID-19 Crisis Allen N. Berger, Christa H.S. Bouwman, Lars Norden, Raluca A. Roman, Gregory F. Udell, Teng Wang
68 [GO] National Tax Journal 2023―May―30 Unemployment Insurance Recipiency During the Covid-19 Pandemic Eliza Forsythe
69 [GO] The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2023―May―25 When Adolescents Disagree with Their Vaccine-Hesitant Parents about COVID-19 Vaccination Robert S. Olick, Y. Tony Yang, Jana Shaw
70 [GO] The Library Quarterly 2023―Apr―25 Transition of Public and Academic Library Makerspaces from Physical to Online Settings during a Pandemic Soo Hyeon Kim, Yong Ju Jung, Gi Woong Choi
71 [GO] The Library Quarterly 2023―Apr―25 “Our Mission Doesn’t Stop Just Because We Don’t Have a Building”: Librarians’ and Museum Educators’ Discursive Construction of Their Shifting Roles during the Pandemic Jacqueline Kociubuk, Amy Mueller, Peter Wardrip, Rebekah Willett
72 [GO] Speculum 2023―Mar―31 The First Plague Pandemic in Italy: The Written Evidence Kyle Harper
73 [GO] The Elementary School Journal 2023―Mar―23 The Impact of COVID-19 on Student Reading Development Jacob S. Gray, Kelly A. Powell-Smith, Roland H. Good
74 [GO] Environmental History 2023―Mar―21 The Birth of the Black Death: Biology, Climate, Environment, and the Beginnings of the Second Plague Pandemic in Early Fourteenth-Century Central Asia Philip Slavin
75 [GO] The China Journal 2023―Feb―24 :The Origins of COVID-19: China and Global Capitalism Elanah Uretsky
76 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2023―Feb―13 Reflection, Resilience, Rebound: Consumer Coping with the Pandemic Xiaoyan Deng, Xiaojing Yang, Yuwei Jiang, Selin Malkoc
77 [GO] Comparative Education Review 2023―Jan―10 Education and EdTech during COVID-19: Evidence from a Large-Scale Survey during School Closures in China Guirong Li, Xinwu Zhang, Delei Liu, Hao Xue, Derek Hu, Oliver Lee, et al. (+6)
78 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2022―Dec―22 Consumer Pandemic Coping: A Stage Model of Covid-19 Response Jean Zhang, On Amir
79 [GO] The Library Quarterly 2022―Dec―20 Moving toward Health Justice in the COVID-19 Era: A Sampling of US Public Libraries’ Efforts to Inform the Public, Improve Information Literacy, Enable Health Behaviors, and Optimize Health Outcomes Morgan Adle, Jane Behre, Brian Real, Beth St. Jean
80 [GO] The Library Quarterly 2022―Dec―20 Librarian Contributions to Evidence Synthesis Programs: Addressing the COVID-19 Infodemic Deborah H. Charbonneau, Kathryn Vela
81 [GO] The Library Quarterly 2022―Dec―20 Public Libraries and COVID-19: Perceptions and Politics in the United States Joe Kohlburn, Jenny Bossaller, Hyerim Cho, Heather Moulaison-Sandy, Denice Adkins
82 [GO] The Library Quarterly 2022―Dec―20 The 1918 Influenza Pandemic in Popular Media and the Roles of Public Libraries in Supporting Health Information Access, Health Literacy, and Health Justice during Pandemics: Learning from the Past to Prepare for the Future Allison Jennings-Roche, Morgan Adle, Beth St. Jean, Paul T. Jaeger
83 [GO] The Library Quarterly 2022―Dec―20 Tiny Cow Heads, Methanol, and Apple-Flavored Ivermectin: Libraries Confronting Pandemic Misinformation Paul T. Jaeger, Karen Kettnich
84 [GO] The Library Quarterly 2022―Dec―20 (Dis)Information, Dysfunctions, and Democracy during the Global Pandemic: Is the Vision of Social Justice a Mirage (for Libraries) in the Neoliberal Age? Bharat Mehra
85 [GO] Isis 2022―Dec―20 :The Age of Pandemics, 1817-1920: How They Shaped India and the World Samiparna Samanta
86 [GO] The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2022―Dec―16 A Possible Application of Care-Based Ethics to People with Disabilities during a Pandemic Edmund G. Howe
87 [GO] The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2022―Dec―16 Accounting for Vulnerability to Illness and Social Disadvantage in Pandemic Critical Care Triage Chris Kaposy
88 [GO] The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2022―Dec―16 Pandemic Preparedness Planning: Will Provisions for Involuntary Termination of Life Support Invite Active Euthanasia? Jeffrey T. Berger
89 [GO] The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2022―Dec―16 Attending to Social Vulnerability When Rationing Pandemic Resources Dorothy E. Vawter, J. Eline Garrett, Karen G. Gervais, Angela Witt Prehn, Debra A. DeBruin
90 [GO] The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2022―Dec―16 Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions to Limit the Transmission of a Pandemic Virus: The Need for Complementary Programs to Address Children’s Diverse Needs Armand H. Matheny Antommaria, Emily A. Thorell
91 [GO] The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2022―Dec―15 Reflections on New Evidence on Crisis Standards of Care in the COVID-19 Pandemic Benjamin Tolchin, Stephen R. Latham, Lori Bruce, Lauren E. Ferrante, Katherine Kraschel, Karen Jubanyik, et al. (+7)
92 [GO] The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2022―Dec―15 What We Should Learn from the COVID-19 Pandemic Edmund G. Howe
93 [GO] The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2022―Dec―15 An Ethical Analysis of Hospital Visitor Restrictions and Masking Requirements During the COVID-19 Pandemic Armand H. Matheny Antommaria, Laura Monhollen, Joshua K. Schaffzin
94 [GO] The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2022―Dec―15 Clinical Ethics Consultation during the First COVID-19 Lock Down in France: The “Commitment Model”: Balancing General Questions and Individual Cases Maria Cristina Murano, Milena Maglio, Nicolas Foureur
95 [GO] The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2022―Dec―15 COVID-19 Ethics Debrief: Pearls and Pitfalls of a Hub and Spoke Model Cynthia M.A. Geppert, Kenneth A. Berkowitz, Toby Schonfeld, Anita J. Tarzian
96 [GO] The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2022―Dec―15 The COVID-19 Crisis and Clinical Ethics in New York City Joseph J. Fins, Kenneth M. Prager
97 [GO] The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2022―Dec―15 What Is Best for the Child? Pediatric Dental Care during COVID-19 Priyanshi Ritwik, Kimberly K. Patterson, Elsa Alfonzo-Echeverri
98 [GO] The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2022―Dec―15 Phases of a Pandemic Surge: The Experience of an Ethics Service in New York City during COVID-19 Barrie J. Huberman, Debjani Mukherjee, Ezra Gabbay, Samantha F. Knowlton, Douglas S.T. Green, Nekee Pandya, et al. (+9)
99 [GO] The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2022―Dec―15 Micro and Macro Ethical Considerations of COVID-19 Amitai Etzioni
100 [GO] The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2022―Dec―15 Clinical Ethics Consultations during the COVID-19 Pandemic Surge at a New York City Medical Center Katherine Fischkoff, Gerald Neuberg, Joyeeta Dastidar, Erin P. Williams, Kenneth M. Prager, Lydia Dugdale
101 [GO] The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2022―Dec―15 Medical Triage during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Medical and Ethical Burden Hendrik Booke, Michael Booke
102 [GO] The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2022―Dec―15 Developing a Triage Protocol for the COVID-19 Pandemic: Allocating Scarce Medical Resources in a Public Health Emergency Benjamin Tolchin, Stephen R. Latham, Lori Bruce, Lauren E. Ferrante, Katherine Kraschel, Karen Jubanyik, et al. (+7)
103 [GO] The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2022―Dec―15 Moral Distress and Involuntary COVID-19 Vaccination of a Mature Minor Receiving Inpatient Psychiatric Treatment Brent M. Kious, Toni Hesse, Philip L. Baese
104 [GO] The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2022―Dec―15 Meeting the Challenge of COVID-19: The Response of Two Ethics Consultation Services in New York City Kenneth M. Prager, Joseph J. Fins
105 [GO] The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2022―Dec―15 Compassionate Communication and End-of-Life Care for Critically Ill Patients with SARS-CoV-2 Infection Ángel Estella
106 [GO] The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2022―Dec―15 Sequential Organ Failure Assessment Score Grouping Should Not Be the Primary Determinant for Allocation of Ventilators during a Pandemic Neal P. Christiansen
107 [GO] The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2022―Dec―15 Altruism Discussions in the Time of Pandemic: May We Ask, May They Tell? David John Doukas, Nathan Stout
108 [GO] The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2022―Dec―15 Pandemics and Beyond: Considerations When Personal Risk and Professional Obligations Converge Daniel J. Benedetti, Mithya Lewis-Newby, Joan S. Roberts, Douglas S. Diekema
109 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2022―Dec―06 Inequality, Stress, and Obesity: Socioeconomic Disparities in the Short- and Long-Term Effects of the Covid-19 Pandemic Maria Langlois, Pierre Chandon
110 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2022―Dec―06 Ending Hunger: How COVID-19 Revealed a Path to Food Access for All Melissa G. Bublitz, Katherine M Du, Jonathan Hansen, Elizabeth G Miller, Laura A Peracchio
111 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2022―Dec―06 EXPLORING CONSUMER RESPONSES TO COVID-19: MEANING MAKING, COHORT EFFECTS, AND CONSUMER REBOUND Martin Mende, Dhruv Grewal, Abhijit Guha, Kusum Ailawadi, Anne Roggeveen, Maura L. Scott, et al. (+3)
112 [GO] Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research 2022―Nov―29 The Impact of Life Stressors Associated with the COVID-19 Pandemic on Essential Workers of Color Rachel W. Goode, Sarah Godoy, Mimi Chapman, Steven Day, Todd Jensen
113 [GO] Polity 2022―Nov―23 Blinded by the White (Nationalism): Separatist Ideology and Discounting the Threat of COVID-19 to Society Amanda Graham, Justin T. Pickett, Francis T. Cullen, Cheryl Lero Jonson, Murat Haner, Melissa M. Sloan
114 [GO] National Tax Journal 2022―Nov―09 Real-time Forecasts of State and Local Government Budgets with an Application to the COVID-19 Pandemic Eric Ghysels, Fotis Grigoris, Nazire Özkan
115 [GO] Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research 2022―Nov―09 Students' Experiences of Loss and Grief During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Mixed Methods Study Aynsley Heather Mihm Scheffert, Danielle E. Parrish
116 [GO] The Library Quarterly 2022―Oct―20 The Impact of COVID-19 on E-book Reading Behavior: The Case of the Municipal Library of Prague Jan Stejskal, Petr Hajek
117 [GO] Crime and Justice 2022―Oct―20 The COVID-19 Pandemic and the Future of the Prison Shadd Maruna, Gillian McNaull, Nina O’Neill
118 [GO] Journal of Anthropological Research 2022―Sep―15 Unlearning: Rethinking Poetics, Pandemics, and the Politics of Knowledge. Charles L. Briggs. Louisville, CO: Utah State University Press, 2021, 346 pp. $36.95, paper. ISBN 978-1-64642-101-5. Ramón A. Gutiérrez
119 [GO] The Journal of Politics 2022―Sep―13 Locked Down, Lashing Out: COVID-19 Effects on Asian Hate Crimes in Italy Gemma Dipoppa, Guy Grossman, Stephanie Zonszein
120 [GO] The Quarterly Review of Biology 2022―Aug―17 Viruses, Pandemics, and Immunity. By Arup K. Chakraborty and Andrey S. Shaw; illustrated by Philip J. S. Stork. Cambridge (Massachusetts): MIT Press. $19.95 (paper). xi + 206 p.; ill.; index. ISBN: 978-0-262-54238-8. 2020.
121 [GO] Comparative Education Review 2022―Jul―25 Primary and Secondary Education during COVID-19: Disruptions to Educational Opportunity during a Pandemic edited by Fernando M. Reimers. Dordrecht: Springer International, 2021. 475 pp. Open access (e-book). ISBN 978-3-030-81500-4. Laura García Docampo
122 [GO] Review of Environmental Economics and Policy 2022―Jul―20 Enforcement Discretion Policies in the United States during the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis Mary F. Evans, Laura Grant, Vasu Rai, Allison So
123 [GO] National Tax Journal 2022―Jul―12 The COVID-19 cash transfer study II: The hardship and mental health impacts of an unconditional cash transfer to low-income individuals Brian Jacob, Natasha Pilkauskas, Elizabeth Rhodes, Katherine Richard, H. Luke Shaefer
124 [GO] The China Journal 2022―Jun―23 China and the Cholera Pandemic: Restructuring Society under Mao, by Xiaoping Fang. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2021. xiii+312 pp. US$55.00 (cloth). Sarah Yu
125 [GO] Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research 2022―May―31 Untangling the effects of COVID-19 on youth employment: Directions for social work research Skye Allmang, Jason Anthony Plummer, Victoria Copeland, Maritza Caicedo Riascos
126 [GO] NBER Macroeconomics Annual 2022―May―27 From Mancession to Shecession: Women’s Employment in Regular and Pandemic Recessions Titan Alon, Sena Coskun, Matthias Doepke, David Koll, Michèle Tertilt
127 [GO] Entrepreneurship and Innovation Policy and the Economy 2022―May―26 Crisis Innovation Policy from World War II to COVID-19 Daniel P. Gross, Bhaven N. Sampat
128 [GO] Entrepreneurship and Innovation Policy and the Economy 2022―May―26 Entrepreneurship during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Evidence from the Business Formation Statistics John C. Haltiwanger
129 [GO] Schools 2022―May―24 Teacher, Student, and Parent Experiences of Virtual Learning during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Palestine Mahyoub Izzat Bzour, Muhamad Shakirin Mispan, Fathiah Mohamed Zuki
130 [GO] Isis 2022―May―23 Xiaoping Fang. China and the Cholera Pandemic: Restructuring Society under Mao. x + 299 pp., notes, bibl., index. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2021. $55 (cloth); ISBN 9780822946625. Paper and e-book available. Ruth Rogaski
131 [GO] Comparative Education Review 2022―May―10 University and School Collaborations during a Pandemic: Sustaining Educational Opportunity and Reinventing Education edited by Fernando M. Reimers and Francisco J. Marmolejo. Cham: Springer, 2022. 357 pp. US$59.99 (cloth); also available as an open access eBook. ISBN 978-3-030-82158-6 (cloth), 978-3-030-82159-3 (eBook) Dana Downey
132 [GO] National Tax Journal 2022―Apr―11 Trust, the Pandemic, and Public Policies James Alm
133 [GO] The Library Quarterly 2022―Apr―04 “Still Open and Here for You”: News Media’s Framing of Canadian Public Libraries during COVID-19 Nicole Dalmer, Meridith Griffin
134 [GO] Near Eastern Archaeology 2022―Mar―07 Archaeology in a Pandemic Claire Balandier, Ian Cipin, Britt Hartenberger, Moni Islam
135 [GO] Journal of Political Economy 2022―Mar―07 Re-evaluating the Long-Term Impact of In Utero Exposure to the 1918 Influenza Pandemic Brian Beach, Ryan Brown, Joseph Ferrie, Martin Saavedra, Duncan Thomas
136 [GO] The Journal of Politics 2022―Mar―07 Electoral Repercussions of a Pandemic: Evidence from the 2009 H1N1 Outbreak Emilio Gutiérrez, Jaakko Pekka Meriläinen, Adrian Rubli
137 [GO] Journal of Anthropological Research 2022―Mar―03 Virulent Zones: Animal Disease and Global Health at China’s Pandemic Epicenter. Lyle Fearnley. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2020, 288 pp. $26.95, paper. ISBN 978-1-4780-1105-7. Shao-Hua Liu
138 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2022―Mar―01 Politics, Promotions, and Pandemics:   Political Ideologies Shape Consumers’ Responses to Framed versus Unframed Brand Logos and COVID-19 Recommendations Mina Kwon, Andrew S. Manikas, Michael J. Barone
139 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2022―Mar―01 How Political Identity Influences Covid-19 Risk Perceptions: A Model of Identity-Based Risk Perceptions Ellie Kyung, Manoj Thomas, Aradhna Krishna
140 [GO] American Journal of Health Economics 2022―Feb―02 Do class size reductions protect students from infectious disease? Lessons for Covid-19 policy from flu epidemic in Tokyo Metropolitan Area Masato Oikawa, Ryuichi Tanaka, Shun-ichiro Bessho, Haruko Noguchi
141 [GO] Review of Environmental Economics and Policy 2022―Jan―07 COVID-19 Research and Policy Analysis: Contributions from Environmental Economists Madison Ashworth, Todd L. Cherry, David Finnoff, Stephen C. Newbold, Jason F. Shogren, Linda Thunström
142 [GO] Environmental History 2021―Dec―22 Presidential Address: A Coevolutionary History of COVID-19; Culture, Biology, and Mental Health Edmund Russell
143 [GO] The Quarterly Review of Biology 2021―Dec―20 How the Covid-19 Pandemic is Different From Previous Pandemics Suzuka A. Mizusawa, Christos Stathopoulos
144 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2021―Dec―10 The Enthusiasts and the Reluctants of COVID-19 Vaccine Uptake: A Cluster Analysis Angela Y Lee, Jiaqian Wang, Ulf Bockenholt, Leonard Lee, Rafal Ohme, Dorota Reykowska, Catherine Yeung
145 [GO] American Art 2021―Nov―23 How to Have Color in a Pandemic Robb Hernández
146 [GO] Comparative Education Review 2021―Nov―09 Making Sense of Schooling during COVID-19: Crisis as Opportunity in Korean Schools Taeyeon Kim, Sunbin Lim, Minseok Yang, Soo Jung Park
147 [GO] The Quarterly Review of Biology 2021―Nov―04 Understanding Coronavirus. Understanding Life Series. By Raul Rabadan. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press. $11.99 (paper). xvi + 120 p.; ill.; index. ISBN: 9781108826716 (pb); 9781108920254 (eb). 2020. Monica Trujillo
148 [GO] The Library Quarterly 2021―Oct―07 Tales from Three Countries and One Academia: Academic Faculty in the Time of the Pandemic Keren Dali, Nadia Caidi, Kim M. Thompson, Jane Garner
149 [GO] The Library Quarterly 2021―Oct―07 Libraries Reclaiming “Social Justice Warriors” during “Miss Rona’s” Global Pandemic Crises Bharat Mehra
150 [GO] Early Modern Women 2021―Sep―28 Art in the Time of Pandemic: Elisabetta Sirani, Artistic Agency, and Capitalist Social Reproduction Dana V. Hogan
151 [GO] Signs 2021―Sep―16 COVID-19 and the Language of Racism Sari Altschuler, Priscilla Wald
152 [GO] Signs 2021―Sep―16 Building a Feminist Commons in the Time of COVID-19 Miriam Ticktin
153 [GO] Signs 2021―Sep―16 Femininity and the Paradox of Trust Building in Patriarchies during COVID-19 Cynthia Enloe
154 [GO] Signs 2021―Sep―16 A Moment or a Movement? The Pandemic, Political Upheaval, and Racial Reckoning Evelynn M. Hammonds
155 [GO] The Journal of Politics 2021―Aug―26 Objective Facts and Elite Cues: Partisan Responses to COVID-19 James Bisbee, Diana Da In Lee
156 [GO] Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research 2021―Aug―24 Discursive Constructions during COVID-19: Calling for the Critical Analysis of Discourse in Social Work in and Beyond the Pandemic Sarah Jen, Erin Harrop, Colleen Galambos, Brandon Mitchell, Claire Willey-Sthapit, Heather L Storer, et al. (+4)
157 [GO] Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research 2021―Aug―17 Values and beliefs underlying mutual aid: An exploration of collective care during the COVID-19 pandemic Danielle Littman, Madi Boyett, Kimberly Bender, Annie Zean Dunbar, Marisa Santarella, Trish Becker-Hafnor, et al. (+2)
158 [GO] American Journal of Health Economics 2021―Jul―06 Tracking Public and Private Responses to the COVID-19 Epidemic: Evidence from State and Local Government Actions Sumedha Gupta, Coady Wing, Thuy Nguyen, Ana I. Bento, Felipe Lozano Rojas, Byungkyu Lee, et al. (+2)
159 [GO] The Library Quarterly 2021―Jun―30 We Call to #ProtectLibraryWorkers: A Rallying Cry for Library Workers during the COVID-19 Pandemic Abigail L. Phillips
160 [GO] Economic Development and Cultural Change 2021―Jun―24 COVID-19 and Food Security in Ethiopia: Do Social Protection Programs Protect? Kibrom Abay, Guush Berhane, John Hoddinott, Kibrom Tafere
161 [GO] Art Documentation Journal of the Art Libraries Society of North America 2021―Jun―02 COVID-19 Pandemic Rose Orcutt, Lucy Campbell, Maya Gervits, Barbara Opar, Kathy Edwards
162 [GO] Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research 2021―May―28 Social Work Answers the (VIDEO) Call: Tele-Behavioral Health Use During COVID-19 Brianna M Lombardi, Lisa de Saxe Zerden, Christopher Thyberg
163 [GO] Comparative Education Review 2021―May―20 Deconstructing and Reconstructing Comparative and International Education in Light of the COVID-19 Emergency: Imagining the Field Anew Elisheva Cohen, Laura Wangsness Willemsen, Ritesh Shah, Frances Vavrus, Nelson Masanche Nkhoma, Sonja Anderson, et al. (+2)
164 [GO] Schools 2021―May―19 The Pandemic Is a Portal Etta Kralovec, Karina Callejas, Tj Gomez, Hennessey Miller, Clint Lee, Johnyne Blair
165 [GO] Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research 2021―May―11 A Breakthrough Series on Engaging Fathers and Paternal Relatives in Child Welfare: System Response to COVID-19 and Racial Unrest Jen Agosti, Jennifer Bellamy, Leonard Burton, Alan-Michael Graves, Christine Lau, Jason Mahoney
166 [GO] American Journal of Health Economics 2021―May―04 Hospital Avoidance and Unintended Deaths During the COVID-19 Pandemic Jonathan Zhang
167 [GO] The Library Quarterly 2021―Apr―15 Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Chinese College Students’ Information Behavior and Library Needs: A Qualitative Study Yanxia Shi, Chundong Li, Lili Luo
168 [GO] Comparative Education Review 2021―Apr―08 The COVID-19 Cost of School Closures in Earnings and Income across the World George Psacharopoulos, Victoria Collis, Harry Anthony Patrinos, Emiliana Vegas
169 [GO] Archives of American Art Journal 2021―Mar―24 Pandemic Oral History Project Ben Gillespie
170 [GO] American Journal of Health Economics 2021―Feb―02 COVID-19 and Crime: Effects of Stay-at-Home Orders on Domestic Violence Lindsey Rose Bullinger, Jillian B. Carr, Analisa Packham
171 [GO] The Library Quarterly 2021―Jan―15 The Light, of Course, in the Library: Pandemic, Protests, and Being What the Community Most Needs Paul T. Jaeger, Natalie Greene Taylor, Ursula Gorham, Karen Kettnich
172 [GO] Isis 2021―Jan―06 Recovering Hygienic Modernity in the World of COVID-19 Mary Augusta Brazelton
173 [GO] Isis 2021―Jan―06 Rereading The Gospel of Germs during a Pandemic John Harley Warner
174 [GO] Critical Inquiry 2020―Dec―22 COVID-19 Metaphors Norman MacLeod
175 [GO] Critical Inquiry 2020―Dec―22 COVID-19/EXPOSE Jenny Holzer
176 [GO] Critical Inquiry 2020―Dec―22 Sonic Images of the Coronavirus HannahB. Higgins
177 [GO] Critical Inquiry 2020―Dec―22 Biopolitics in the Time of Coronavirus Daniele Lorenzini
178 [GO] Critical Inquiry 2020―Dec―22 Coronavirus: A Contingency that Eliminates Contingency Emmanuel Alloa
179 [GO] Critical Inquiry 2020―Dec―22 In the Time of Pandemic, the Deep Structure of Biopower Is Laid Bare Lennard Davis
180 [GO] Critical Inquiry 2020―Dec―22 Posts from the Pandemic: An Introduction Hank Scotch
181 [GO] American Journal of Health Economics 2020―Dec―15 Pandemics, Protests and Firearms Bree J. Lang, Matthew D. Lang
182 [GO] Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research 2020―Nov―10 COVID-19 and Long-term Impacts on Tenure Line Careers Audrey M Shillington, Sarah Jane Gehlert, Paula S Nurius, Jorge Delva, Nancy R Hooyman, Ronald William Manderscheid, Larry A Palinkas
183 [GO] Current Anthropology 2020―Oct―23 One Health, Many Inequalities: Theorizing the Exchange Relations of a Global Pandemic Juno Salazar Parreñas
184 [GO] American Journal of Education 2020―Oct―19 Social Media in a New Era: Pandemic, Pitfalls, and Possibilities Alan J. Daly, Miguel Del Fresno, Peter Bjorklund
185 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2020―Oct―02 Fear in the Stock Market: How COVID-19 Affects Preference for High- and Low-Priced Stocks Jorge Pena-Marin, Rashmi Adaval, Liang Shen
186 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2020―Oct―02 Social Marginalization Motivates Indiscriminate Sharing of COVID-19 News on Social Media Youjung Jun, Gita Venkataramani Johar
187 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2020―Oct―01 Unleashing Heaven’s Power: How Faith Motivates Consumer Exercise Behavior During a Pandemic Elizabeth A Minton, Cindy Xin Wang, Carissa M. Anthony
188 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2020―Oct―01 A VIEW FROM INSIDE: INSIGHTS ON CONSUMER BEHAVIOR DURING A GLOBAL PANDEMIC Angela Y Lee, Kelly Goldsmith
189 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2020―Sep―28 It’s Alive! Increasing Protective Action Against the Coronavirus Through Anthropomorphism and Construal Jing Wan, Katina Kulow, Kirsten Cowan
190 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2020―Sep―28 Pricing Fairness in a Pandemic: Navigating Unintended Changes to Value or Cost Elizabeth Friedman, Olivier Toubia
191 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2020―Sep―25 In these uncertain times: Fake news amplifies the desires to save and spend in response to COVID-19 Justin Pomerance, Nicholas Light, Lawrence E. Williams
192 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2020―Sep―25 Truth Distortion: A Process to Explain Polarization over Unsubstantiated Claims Related to COVID-19 Sophie Chaxel, Sandra Laporte
193 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2020―Sep―25 "Don't give us death like this!" Commemorating Death in the Age of COVID-19 Benét DeBerry-Spence, Lez Trujillo Torres
194 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2020―Sep―25 (Not) Near and Dear: COVID-19 Concerns Increase Consumer Preference for Products that are Not “Near Me” Mina Kwon, Andrew S. Manikas, Michael J. Barone
195 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2020―Sep―25 Ethical Preferences Regarding Medical Resource Allocation During the COVID-19 Pandemic Liyin Jin, Yunhui Huang, Yongheng Liang, Qiang Zhang
196 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2020―Sep―25 CONSUMER RESPONSIBILIZATION AGAINST MARKETPLACE RISKS DURING THE EARLY STAGES OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC Aya Aboelenien, Zeynep Arsel, Charles Cho
197 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2020―Sep―25 Misdirecting Persuasive Efforts During the Covid-19 Pandemic: The Targets People Choose May Not Be the Most Likely to Change Christopher J. Bechler, Zakary L. Tormala
198 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2020―Sep―25 Collective Health versus Individual Freedom: Goal Centrality and Political Identity Shape Covid-19 Prevention Behaviors Beatriz Pereira, Jason Stornelli
199 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2020―Sep―25 Numbers not Lives: AI Dehumanization Undermines COVID-19 Preventive Intentions Li Huang, Zhi Lu, Priyali Rajagopal
200 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2020―Sep―25 How Childhood Adversity Shapes Susceptibility to COVID-19 Scams Tito L. H. Grillo, Adrian F. Ward
201 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2020―Sep―25 Getting Conservatives and Liberals to Agree on the COVID-19 Threat Luke Nowlan, Daniel M. Zane
202 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2020―Sep―25 Political Ideology and the Perceived Impact of Coronavirus Prevention Behaviors for the Self and Others Aylin Cakanlar, Remi Trudel, Katherine White
203 [GO] Journal of the Association for Consumer Research 2020―Sep―25 Personality Matters during a Pandemic: Implicit Theory Beliefs Influence Preparedness and Prevention Behaviors Yuanyuan Zhang, Pragya Mathur, Lauren Block
204 [GO] Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research 2020―Sep―17 COVID-19 Experiences and Parental Mental Health Jake Hart, Wen-Jui Han
205 [GO] American Journal of Education 2020―Aug―28 COVID-19 and the Racial Equity Implications of Reopening College and University Campuses Shaun R. Harper
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