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1 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2023―Aug―29 Navigating the COVID-19 pandemic two years on: experiences of carers of people with dementia from the British IDEAL cohort Rachel Collins, Eleanor Dawson, Claire Pentecost, Sally Stapley, Catherine Quinn, Catherine Charlwood, et al. (+3)
2 [GO] Emotions and Society 2023―Aug―11 ‘Communism is the virus. COVID-19 is how it spreads’: partisan epistemology and the medical freedom movement John Maldonado
3 [GO] Voluntary Sector Review 2023―Aug―01 “They have been a saving grace in all this”: the role of the third sector in disabled people’s experiences of COVID-19 and implications for sector-state relations Jane Cullingworth, Nicholas Watson, Thomas Shakespeare, Richard Brunner, Charlotte Pearson, Nathaniel Scherer
4 [GO] Evidence & Policy A Journal of Research Debate and Practice 2023―Jul―21 Providing strategic information during a public health emergency: lessons learned during the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany Thurid Bahr, Nina Klein, Angela Fehr, Hanna-Tina Fischer, Johanna Hanefeld, Dounia Iskandarani, et al. (+3)
5 [GO] European Social Work Research 2023―Jun―20 The impact of mentoring interventions to support newly qualified social workers during the COVID-19 pandemic in Northern Ireland Bronagh Hamill, Shirley Boyle, Paula McFadden
6 [GO] Policy & Politics 2023―Jun―02 Analysing the ‘follow the science’ rhetoric of government responses to COVID-19 Margaret MacAulay, Patrick Fafard, Adèle Cassola, Michèle Palkovits
7 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2023―May―23 ‘Caring beyond capacity’ during the COVID-19 pandemic: resilience and family carers of people with dementia from the IDEAL cohort Sally Stapley, Claire Pentecost, Rachel Collins, Catherine Quinn, Eleanor Dawson, Jeanette M. Thom, Linda Clare
8 [GO] Families Relationships and Societies 2023―May―17 Relationships, technology and the role of living arrangements during social lockdown related to COVID-19 Cory J. Cascalheira, Mark McCormack, Liam Wignall
9 [GO] Work in the Global Economy 2023―May―11 The practice of social movement unionism: COVID-19 and the Hong Kong medical workers’ strike Chris King-Chi Chan, Wing Yin Anna Tsui, Lynn Tang
10 [GO] European Journal of Politics and Gender 2023―May―11 ‘Sorry, we’re closed’: a fuzzy-set ideal-type analysis of pandemic childcare-policy responses in 28 European countries Ivana Dobrotić, Sonja Blum
11 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2023―Apr―20 A time for adaptation and reflection: the experience of Admiral Nurses during COVID-19 Gayle Madden, Karen Harrison Dening, Kay de Vries
12 [GO] European Social Work Research 2023―Mar―30 Collaborative practice research in social work: piloting a model for research and professional learning during COVID-19 Sui-Ting Kong, Evgenia Stepanova, Vyomesh Thanki
13 [GO] Journal of Psychosocial Studies 2023―Mar―23 Boredom in the age of COVID-19: the unsettling dis-ease of late modern life Jenny Huberman
14 [GO] Journal of Poverty and Social Justice 2023―Mar―21 ‘We should not have to choose between hunger and death’: exploring the experiences of primary caregivers of recipients of a South African child cash transfer programme during COVID-19 lockdown in Cape Town, South Africa Wanga Zembe-Mkabile, Vundli Ramokolo, Tanya Doherty
15 [GO] Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 2023―Mar―17 Determinants of participation in a longitudinal survey during the COVID-19 pandemic: the case of a low-infection country Nicholas Biddle, Kate Sollis
16 [GO] Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 2023―Mar―11 Exploring the reasons for labour market gender inequality a year into the COVID-19 pandemic: evidence from the UK cohort studies Bożena Wielgoszewska, Alex Bryson, Monica Costa Dias, Francesca Foliano, Heather Joshi, David Wilkinson
17 [GO] Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 2023―Mar―02 Natural hazards and life course consequences in a time of pandemic Ben Edwards, Marc A. Scott
18 [GO] Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 2023―Feb―01 Korean mothers’ career aspirations in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic: a longitudinal qualitative study Youngeun Nam, Christie Sennott
19 [GO] Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 2023―Jan―30 A dynamic perspective on the evolution of perceived stress levels in Switzerland: drivers before and during the COVID-19 pandemic Hannah S. Klaas, Ursina Kuhn, Valérie-Anne Ryser, Jan-Erik Refle, Robin Tillmann, Marieke Voorpostel
20 [GO] Policy & Politics 2023―Jan―17 Examining policy feedback effects from COVID-19 on social welfare support: developing an outcome distance dimension David Crabtree, Wesley Wehde
21 [GO] Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 2023―Jan―11 Charting well-being over adulthood into pandemic times: a longitudinal perspective Janine Jongbloed, Lesley Andres
22 [GO] Journal of Gender-Based Violence 2022―Dec―13 Trans/feminist collaborative autoethnographic storying of gender-based violence, during the COVID-19 pandemic Lesley Murray, Jessica Moriarty, Amanda Holt, Sian Lewis, Mel Parks
23 [GO] Emotions and Society 2022―Dec―12 Emotional reflexivity in the time of COVID-19: working-class emotional practices Mary Holmes, Rebecca Thomson
24 [GO] Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 2022―Nov―29 Ruptured school trajectories: understanding the impact of COVID-19 on school dropout, socio-emotional and academic learning using a longitudinal design Stephen Bayley, Darge Wole Meshesha, Pauline Rose, Tassew Woldehanna, Louise Yorke, Paul Ramchandani
25 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Nov―29 Caring from a distance: carers’ experiences of keeping in touch with care home residents during COVID-19 closures Caroline White, Clare Whitfield, Emma Wolverson, Jane Wray
26 [GO] Journal of Gender-Based Violence 2022―Nov―25 The nature of domestic violence experienced by Black and minoritised women and specialist service provision during the COVID-19 pandemic: practitioner perspectives in England and Wales Aisha K. Gill, Sundari Anitha
27 [GO] Critical and Radical Social Work 2022―Oct―14 US systemic violence amid the COVID-19 disaster: a conceptual critical disaster model for social workers Juliana Svistova, Loretta Pyles
28 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Sep―24 Home care service providers in Brussels: time adjustments during COVID-19 and the consequences for frontline home care workers Chiara Giordano
29 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Sep―24 Inequalities in caregiving strain during the COVID-19 pandemic: conceptual framework and review of the empirical evidence Alina Schmitz, Nekehia T. Quashie, Melanie Wagner, Judith Kaschowitz
30 [GO] Evidence & Policy A Journal of Research Debate and Practice 2022―Sep―20 Ethical moments and institutional expertise in UK Government COVID-19 pandemic policy responses: where, when and how is ethical advice sought? Jessica Pykett, Sarah Ball, Robert Dingwall, Robert Lepenies, Theresa Sommer, Holger Strassheim, Lars Wenzel
31 [GO] Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 2022―Sep―20 Adaptations to a cohort study in response to the COVID-19 pandemic: insights from Growing Up in Ireland Lisa Kelly, Aisling Murray, Amanda Quail, Eoin McNamara
32 [GO] European Journal of Politics and Gender 2022―Sep―15 More stress, less voice? The gender gap in political participation during the COVID-19 pandemic Roxana Burciu, Swen Hutter
33 [GO] Journal of Gender-Based Violence 2022―Sep―11 ‘You can’t go home because you are at home’: critical reflections on capturing and reflecting the trauma of domestic violence work during COVID-19 Eylem Atakav, Karoline Pelikan, Victoria Cann
34 [GO] Voluntary Sector Review 2022―Sep―11 Volunteering during the COVID-19 pandemic: leadership matters - the case of scrubs Susan Walsh, Alan Johnston
35 [GO] Journal of Gender-Based Violence 2022―Aug―05 Addressing intimate-partner violence during COVID-19 in the EU: challenges, responses and areas of improvement Eleonora Esposito, Agata Szypulska
36 [GO] Journal of Gender-Based Violence 2022―Aug―05 A toxic mix: the impact of COVID-19 lockdown measures on the post-separation experiences of domestic abuse survivors Oona Brooks-Hay, Kristina Saunders, Michele Burman
37 [GO] Families Relationships and Societies 2022―Aug―01 Postponing the day of your dreams? Modern weddings and the impact of COVID-19 Stephanie Pywell, Rebecca Probert
38 [GO] Families Relationships and Societies 2022―Jul―01 Parenting in the pandemic: exploring the experiences of families with children on Universal Credit before and during the COVID-19 pandemic Marsha Wood, Fran Bennett
39 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Jul―01 Caring for our caregivers in a pandemic: challenges, gaps and suggestions for change Julia Hajjar, Dina Idriss-Wheeler, Samantha A. Oostlander
40 [GO] Journal of Gender-Based Violence 2022―Jul―01 Policing a pandemic: changes in police response to intimate partner violence (IPV) during the first lockdown in England Lucy Trafford
41 [GO] Global Political Economy 2022―Jul―01 Labour realities at Amazon and COVID-19: obstacles and collective possibilities for its warehouse workers and MTurk workers Sarrah Kassem
42 [GO] Global Social Challenges Journal 2022―Jun―14 The pandemic and the contradictions of contemporaneity Boaventura de Sousa Santos
43 [GO] Journal of Gender-Based Violence 2022―Jun―09 Special issue on the COVID-19 pandemic and gender-based violence Marianne Hester
44 [GO] Voluntary Sector Review 2022―Jun―09 Virtual working in a voluntary youth organisation during the COVID-19 pandemic: challenges, opportunities and prospects Catherine Forde, Sharon Buckley
45 [GO] Justice Power and Resistance 2022―Jun―06 Neoliberalism, COVID-19 and conspiracy: pandemic management strategies and the far-right social turn Imogen Richards
46 [GO] Justice Power and Resistance 2022―Jun―06 States of prison abolition: COVID-19 and anti-colonial and anti-racist organising Thalia Anthony, Vicki Chartrand
47 [GO] Justice Power and Resistance 2022―Jun―06 A law unto themselves: on the relatively autonomous operation of protest policing during the COVID-19 pandemic Greg Martin
48 [GO] Justice Power and Resistance 2022―Jun―06 Narrating the coronavirus crisis: state talk and state silence in the UK Joe Sim, Steve Tombs
49 [GO] Justice Power and Resistance 2022―Jun―06 Biopolitics, control and pandemic policing in Victoria, Australia Emma Ryan, Ian Warren, Bree Carlton
50 [GO] Justice Power and Resistance 2022―Jun―06 Introduction to the Special Issue​: Pandemics, policing and protest Jon Burnett, Ida Nafstad, Lisa White
51 [GO] Voluntary Sector Review 2022―May―26 Muslim volunteers as social services providers during the COVID-19 pandemic in Israel Haneen Magadlah, Ram Cnaan
52 [GO] European Journal of Politics and Gender 2022―May―09 COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and gender Christina Walcherberger, Jakob-Moritz Eberl, Julia Partheymüller, Katharina T. Paul, Tanja A. Stamm
53 [GO] Journal of Gender-Based Violence 2022―Mar―30 Gender-based violence and its determinants during the COVID-19 lockdown in a low-income country: a cross-sectional survey Jimmy Ben Forry, Joseph Kirabira, Benedict Akimana, Madrine Nakawuki, Nolbert Gumisiriza, Robinson Ssebuufu, Scholastic Ashaba
54 [GO] Journal of Gender-Based Violence 2022―Mar―30 Problem framing of increased gender-based violence by national governments of Argentina and Spain during COVID-19: an interpretive policy analysis Anouck Joëlle Cremers, Mary Hadley
55 [GO] Voluntary Sector Review 2022―Mar―25 COVID-19 and non-governmental organisations in Nepal Dipendra KC
56 [GO] Global Discourse 2022―Mar―23 Crisis and society: developing the theory of crisis in the context of COVID-19 Sylvia Walby
57 [GO] Global Discourse 2022―Mar―22 COVID-19 and precarious housing: paying guest accommodation in a metropolitan Indian city Sai Rama Raju Marella, Krishna Priya, Pooja Vincia D’Souza
58 [GO] Global Discourse 2022―Mar―22 The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on tenants and operators in marginal housing forms: a reply to ‘COVID-19 and precarious housing: paying guest accommodation in a metropolitan Indian city’ by Marella et al Zahra Nasreen
59 [GO] Voluntary Sector Review 2022―Mar―18 Cities and Communities Beyond COVID-19: How Local Leadership Can Change Our Future for the Better by Robin Hambleton (2020) Taru Silvonen
60 [GO] Journal of Gender-Based Violence 2022―Mar―14 Experience of specialist DVA provision under COVID-19: listening to service user voices to shape future practice Helen Richardson Foster, Kelly Bracewell, Nicola Farrelly, Christine Barter, Khatidja Chantler, Emma Howarth, Nicky Stanley
61 [GO] Journal of Psychosocial Studies 2022―Mar―08 Pandemic, politics and people: a psychosocial analysis of the first month of COVID-19 in Denmark Åse H. Lading, Henning Salling Olesen
62 [GO] Journal of Gender-Based Violence 2022―Mar―05 ‘The disparity is evident’: COVID-19, violence against women and support for Black and minoritised survivors Ravi K. Thiara, Sumanta Roy
63 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Feb―26 Hal Brands and Francis J. Gavin (eds) (2020) COVID-19 and World Order: The Future of Conflict, Competition, and Cooperation Steven Steyl
64 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Feb―26 Virtual care facing the COVID-19 outbreak in China Jingxue Zhang, Minhui Yang, Zhen Sui
65 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Feb―26 Zadie Smith (2020) Intimations Iland Stavans (ed) (2020) And We Came Outside and Saw the Stars Again - Writers from Around the World on the COVID-19 Pandemic Caspar Eric (2020) Jeg vil ikke tilbage - Digte fra dage med Covid-19 [I Don’t Want to Return to How It Was Before - Poems from Days in the Pandemic of COVID-19] Hanne Marlene Dahl
66 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Feb―26 Beyond the COVID-19 pandemic for working carers across the European Union: work, policy and gender considerations Dominique Phillips, Clare Duffy, Majella Fahy, Linda Dowling-Hetherington, Gillian Paul, Breda Moloney, et al. (+3)
67 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Feb―26 And who cares for the caregivers in times of the deadly COVID-19 pandemic in the Brazilian context? Paulo da Silva Quadros
68 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Feb―26 Michael Lavalette, Vasilios Ioakimidis and Iain Ferguson (eds) (2020) Social Work and the COVID-19 Pandemic: International Insights Donna Anne McAuliffe
69 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Feb―26 Clean up time! Redesigning care after COVID-19: a position paper on the care crisis from Austria, Germany and Switzerland Margrit Brückner, Eva Fleischer, Claudia Gather, Frank Luck, Karin Jurczyk, Maria S. Rerrich, et al. (+2)
70 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Feb―26 Cognition, care homes and COVID-19: sacrificing minds to keep bodies alive Ginny Russell
71 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Feb―26 Gouws, A. and Ezeobi, O. (eds) (2021) Covid Diaries: Women’s Experiences of the Pandemic Carmine Rustin, Tamara Shefer
72 [GO] Journal of Gender-Based Violence 2022―Feb―24 Partner’s violence during the COVID-19 lockdown and women’s fear: a study involving anti-violence centres in Italy Patrizia Romito, Laetitia Marchand-Martin, Martina Pellegrini, Marie-Josèphe Saurel-Cubizolles
73 [GO] Journal of Gender-Based Violence 2022―Feb―24 An intersectional analysis of domestic abuse perpetrator service adaptation during COVID-19: findings from the UK, Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Romania Jane Healy, Jade Levell, Terri Cole
74 [GO] Journal of Gender-Based Violence 2022―Feb―24 ‘We have tried to remain warm despite the rules.’ Domestic violence and COVID-19: implications for shelters’ policies and practices Simon Lapierre, Alexandra Vincent, Mélanie Brunet, Michèle Frenette, Isabelle Côté
75 [GO] Journal of Gender-Based Violence 2022―Feb―22 When staying home isn’t safe: Australian practitioner experiences of responding to intimate partner violence during COVID-19 restrictions Naomi Pfitzner, Kate Fitz-Gibbon, Jacqui True
76 [GO] Journal of Gender-Based Violence 2022―Feb―20 Impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on reporting of rape, serious sexual offences, and domestic abuse in one English police force Ruth Spence, Miranda A H Horvath, Charlotte T Dalton, Kari Davies
77 [GO] Journal of Gender-Based Violence 2022―Feb―14 The role of NGO administrative data in understanding the impact of COVID-19 on survivors of domestic abuse Katie Smith, Sarah Davidge
78 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Feb―06 ‘No one was clapping for us’: care, social justice and family carer wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic in Wales Maria Cheshire-Allen, Gideon Calder
79 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Feb―06 Of care, cure and the in-between: COVID-19 treatment in a New York City intensive care unit Tobias Haeusermann, Heather Romero-Kornblum, Elizabeth Dzeng
80 [GO] Global Discourse 2022―Jan―31 Crisis futures: COVID-19 and the speculative turning point of history Ravinder Kaur
81 [GO] Global Discourse 2022―Jan―31 Crisis times - a reply to ‘Crisis futures: COVID-19 and the speculative turning point of history’ by Ravinder Kaur Nanna Bonde Thylstrup
82 [GO] Journal of Gender-Based Violence 2022―Jan―31 Coronavirus has been the perfect excuse for him to just stop paying’: child maintenance and economic abuse in the UK during the COVID-19 outbreak Kathryn Royal
83 [GO] Journal of Gender-Based Violence 2022―Jan―31 The use of technology to support children and young people experiencing domestic violence and abuse during the COVID-19 pandemic: a failure modes and effects analysis Ben Donagh, Caroline Bradbury-Jones, Julie Taylor
84 [GO] Journal of Poverty and Social Justice 2022―Jan―28 The limits of burden-reducing policies: a case study of unemployment insurance during the COVID-19 crisis in Israel Noam Tarshish, Avishai Benish, Rana Eseed, John Gal, Roni Holler
85 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Jan―15 Kindness as a practice of Kittay’s ‘doulia’ in higher education: caring for student carers during COVID-19 and beyond Charlotte Overgaard, Jacqueline Mackaway
86 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Jan―15 The struggle for good care: moral challenges during the COVID-19 lockdown of Dutch elderly care facilities Wendy van der Geugten, Gaby Jacobs, Anne Goossensen
87 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Jan―15 Impacts of COVID-19 on parents with small children in South Korea: survey findings and policy implications Ito Peng, Jiweon Jun
88 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Jan―15 Informal care in Australia during the COVID-19 pandemic Lukas Hofstaetter, Sarah Judd-Lam, Grace Cherrington
89 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Jan―15 Tensions and polarities in the autonomy of family carers in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic in France Olivier Giraud, Anne Petiau, Abdia Touahria-Gaillard, Barbara Rist, Arnaud Trenta
90 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Jan―15 Observed effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the life satisfaction, psychological distress and loneliness of Australian carers and non-carers Azadeh Abbasi-Shavazi, Nicholas Biddle, Ben Edwards, Maria Jahromi
91 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Jan―15 Home care professionals’ views on working conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic: the case of Ireland Julien Mercille, Justin Edwards, Nicholas O’Neill
92 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Jan―15 Under reconstruction: the impact of COVID-19 policies on the lives and support networks of older people living alone Johanna Pfabigan, Paulina Wosko, Barbara Pichler, Elisabeth Reitinger, Sabine Pleschberger
93 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Jan―15 Struggling to ‘do family’ during COVID-19: evidence from a German mixed-methods study Claudia Zerle-Elsäßer, Anna Buschmeyer, Regina Ahrens
94 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2022―Jan―15 ‘Long COVID’ and seeing in the pandemic dark Joan Tronto, Michael Fine
95 [GO] Policy & Politics 2022―Jan―10 The implications of COVID-19 for concepts and practices of citizenship M. Jae Moon, B. Shine Cho
96 [GO] Evidence & Policy A Journal of Research Debate and Practice 2022―Jan―07 How did UK policymaking in the COVID-19 response use science? Evidence from scientific advisers Paul Atkinson, Hayley Mableson Sally Sheard, Anne-Marie Martindale, Tom Solomon, Aleksandra Borek, Caitlin Pilbeam
97 [GO] Families Relationships and Societies 2021―Dec―03 Being a transnational researcher and a mother amid the COVID-19 crisis Morena Tartari
98 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2021―Nov―27 The story of an emerging crisis: the impact of COVID-19 on care home residents with dementia in the UK Emily Cousins, Kay de Vries, Karen Harrison Dening
99 [GO] Families Relationships and Societies 2021―Nov―22 Creating online participatory research spaces: insights from creative, digitally mediated research with children during the COVID-19 pandemic Helen Lomax, Kate Smith, Jo McEvoy, Eleanor Brickwood, Kathrine Jensen, Belinda Walsh
100 [GO] Work in the Global Economy 2021―Nov―02 ‘The petri dish and Russian roulette’: working in UK contact centres during the COVID-19 pandemic Phil Taylor
101 [GO] Work in the Global Economy 2021―Nov―02 Surveilling Amazon’s warehouse workers: racism, retaliation, and worker resistance amid the pandemic Jake Alimahomed-Wilson, Ellen Reese
102 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2021―Oct―22 Older people’s long-term care experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic in Ghana: a qualitative descriptive study Kofi Awuviry-Newton, Jacob Oppong Nkansah, Abraham Newton, Kwamina Abekah-Carter
103 [GO] Journal of Psychosocial Studies 2021―Oct―01 Imagine there’s no university: sustaining academic identifications in pandemic times Gustavo Sánchez
104 [GO] Journal of Psychosocial Studies 2021―Sep―14 From negation to negationism: the COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil Paulo Beer
105 [GO] Journal of Psychosocial Studies 2021―Sep―14 Psychosocial research in COVID-19 times: an introduction Silvia Posocco, Stephen Frosh
106 [GO] Journal of Psychosocial Studies 2021―Sep―14 Haptic touches in COVID-19 times: reaching and relating in the archives Lemonia Gianniri
107 [GO] Journal of Psychosocial Studies 2021―Sep―04 Bodies on the line: how telepsychology brought about new relationalities between therapists and their clients during the COVID-19 pandemic Leanne Downing
108 [GO] Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice 2021―Aug―31 Political regimes and deaths in the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic Gabriel Cepaluni, Michael T. Dorsch, Réka Branyiczki
109 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2021―Aug―25 The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the third sector and carers in the UK Carys Jones
110 [GO] Voluntary Sector Review 2021―Aug―21 A fractured system: have existing problems in health and social care for visually impaired people been exacerbated by COVID-19? Helen Doyle, Robert Cooper
111 [GO] Voluntary Sector Review 2021―Jul―17 The COVID-19 pandemic: the essential role of the voluntary sector in emergency response and resilience planning Claire Bynner, Maureen McBride, Sarah Weakley
112 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2021―Jul―05 The impact of physical distancing on socially vulnerable people needing care during the COVID-19 Pandemic in the Netherlands Daniel de Vries, Jeannette Pols, Amade M’charek, Julia van Weert
113 [GO] Global Discourse 2021―Jun―02 Politics of fear in Brazil: Far-right conspiracy theories on COVID-19 Isabela Kalil, Sofia Cherto Silveira, Weslei Pinheiro, Álex Kalil, João Vicente Pereira, Wiverson Azarias, Ana Beatriz Amparo
114 [GO] Global Discourse 2021―May―30 ‘Fora, Bolsonaro genocida!’: COVID-19 conspiracy theories, neo-nationalism and neoliberal necropolitics in Brazil. A reply to Kalil et al (2021) Rodrigo Borba
115 [GO] Global Discourse 2021―May―30 What is the new governmentality of the COVID-19 pandemic? A reply to Bigo et al Kaspar Villadsen
116 [GO] Journal of Poverty and Social Justice 2021―May―26 The Early Warning System: how frontline evidence helps us understand the UK’s social security response to COVID-19 Katie Pybus, Geoff Page, Lynsey Dalton, Ruth Patrick
117 [GO] Voluntary Sector Review 2021―May―26 Lessons from a voluntary sector organisation working to address loneliness and isolation among older people during the COVID-19 pandemic Ruth Naughton-Doe, Andrea Wigfield, Charlene Martin
118 [GO] Voluntary Sector Review 2021―May―26 The ‘resilience’ of community organisations during the COVID-19 pandemic: absorptive, adaptive and transformational capacity during a crisis response Chris Dayson, Emma Bimpson, Angela Ellis-Paine, Jan Gilbertson, Helen Kara
119 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2021―May―26 COVID-19, the trauma of the ‘real’ and the political import of vulnerability Sacha Ghandeharian, Maggie FitzGerald
120 [GO] Global Discourse 2021―May―26 The pandemic, freedom and fear: a reply to Moser Peter Jones
121 [GO] Journal of Poverty and Social Justice 2021―May―11 India’s labour force during a pandemic: how we have failed Sanjit Kumar Chakraborty, Kanchan Yadav
122 [GO] Global Discourse 2021―May―06 A reply to Castration anxiety, COVID-19 and the extremist right by Claudia Leeb Noëlle McAfee
123 [GO] Global Discourse 2021―May―06 Nozick, the pandemic and fear: a contractualist justification of the COVID-19 lockdown Elias Moser
124 [GO] Global Discourse 2021―Apr―24 Castration anxiety, COVID-19 and the extremist right Claudia Leeb
125 [GO] Emotions and Society 2021―Apr―23 Out of touch, out of tune: the social-political construction of atmospheric walls during the COVID-19 pandemic first wave Kandida Purnell
126 [GO] Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice 2021―Apr―11 Rightly blamed the ‘bad guy’? Grandparental childcare and COVID-19 Christina Boll, Till Nikolka
127 [GO] Global Discourse 2021―Apr―11 Obedience in times of COVID-19 pandemics: a renewed governmentality of unease? Didier Bigo, Elspeth Guild, Elif Mendos Kuskonmaz
128 [GO] Global Discourse 2021―Apr―05 The collective disorientation of the COVID-19 crisis Pablo Fernández Velasco, Bastien Perroy, Roberto Casati
129 [GO] Global Discourse 2021―Apr―05 Fear and the importance of race-based data in covid-19 policy implementation Leland Harper
130 [GO] Global Discourse 2021―Apr―05 Disorientation, distrust and the Pandemic Matthew Ratcliffe
131 [GO] Voluntary Sector Review 2021―Mar―13 ‘Never more needed’ yet never more stretched: reflections on the role of the voluntary sector during the COVID-19 pandemic Harriet Thiery, Joanne Cook, Jon Burchell, Erica Ballantyne, Fiona Walkley, Jennifer McNeill
132 [GO] Journal of Poverty and Social Justice 2021―Mar―07 Impact of COVID-19 lockdown and social distancing policies on small businesses in south-eastern Nigeria: whither the stimulus packages? Victor Chidubem Iwuoha, Ernest Toochi Aniche, Gerald Ekenedirichukwu Ezirim, Ikenna Mike Alumona, Josephine Nneka Obiorji
133 [GO] Global Discourse 2021―Feb―14 Crisis communication and crisis management during COVID-19 Ruth Wodak
134 [GO] Voluntary Sector Review 2021―Feb―13 ‘Uncertainty is the only certainty’: how pragmatic sociology provides a useful theoretical framework for researching the third sector during COVID-19 Janis Petzinger, Tobias Jung, Kevin Orr
135 [GO] Critical and Radical Social Work 2021―Feb―13 COVID-19: changing fields of social work practice with children and young people Joanne Dillon, Ffion Evan, Lauren Elizabeth Wroe
136 [GO] Global Discourse 2021―Feb―13 House of cards: fragility and resilience of food systems in a pandemic Serena Pollastri
137 [GO] Voluntary Sector Review 2021―Jan―19 Voluntary sector peak bodies during the COVID-19 crisis: a case study of Philanthropy Australia Krystian Seibert, Alexandra Williamson, Michael Moran
138 [GO] Families Relationships and Societies 2021―Jan―19 (No) recourse to lunch: a frontline view of free school meals and immigration control during the COVID-19 pandemic Eve Dickson
139 [GO] Families Relationships and Societies 2021―Jan―19 Researching parental leave during a pandemic: lessons from black feminist theory and relationality Patricia Hamilton
140 [GO] Voluntary Sector Review 2021―Jan―19 Migrant integration services and coping with the digital divide: challenges and opportunities of the COVID-19 pandemic Caitlin McMullin
141 [GO] Families Relationships and Societies 2021―Jan―07 ‘Er, not the best time’: methodological and ethical challenges of researching family life during a pandemic Charlotte Faircloth, Katherine Twamley, Humera Iqbal
142 [GO] Global Discourse 2020―Dec―15 A reply to Speculating with glitches: Keeping the future moving by Shawn Bodden and Jen Ross: Covid-19 as glitch: A provocation for speculative ethics? Joe Deville
143 [GO] Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice 2020―Nov―25 Health politics? Determinants of US states’ reactions to COVID-19 Etienne Farvaque, Hira Iqbal, Nicolas Ooghe
144 [GO] Global Discourse 2020―Nov―25 Pandemic politics: reflections on COVID-19 in the Gulf Luciano Zaccara, Simon Mabon
145 [GO] Global Discourse 2020―Nov―19 Dialogues in pandemic politics: COVID-19 and the struggle to re-order relations in the Persian Gulf Simon Mabon
146 [GO] Global Discourse 2020―Nov―17 The ‘State of Emergency’ or the ‘State of Exception’? Bahrain and COVID-19 Sanaa Alsarghali
147 [GO] Global Discourse 2020―Nov―17 The impact of COVID-19 on Iranian politics Luciano Zaccara
148 [GO] Global Discourse 2020―Oct―29 COVID-19 and the global energy market: implications for international and domestic policies in the Arab Gulf states Steven Wright
149 [GO] Global Discourse 2020―Oct―29 Disinformation superspreaders: the weaponisation of COVID-19 fake news in the Persian Gulf and beyond Marc Owen Jones
150 [GO] Global Discourse 2020―Oct―29 Information, peer comparison and social interdependence: theorising the impacts of COVID-19 on Gulf domestic politics Justin J. Gengler
151 [GO] Global Discourse 2020―Oct―26 Gulf states and Islamist responses to COVID-19: a changing relationship Lucia Ardovini
152 [GO] Global Discourse 2020―Oct―25 The impact of COVID-19 on China-Persian Gulf relations: a game-changer or a spotlight? Jacopo Scita
153 [GO] Emotions and Society 2020―Oct―23 Emotions in the pandemic: crises and politics of change Åsa Wettergren, Mary Holmes, Nathan Manning
154 [GO] Voluntary Sector Review 2020―Oct―21 Indiana non-profit organisations and COVID-19: impact on services, finances and staffing Kirsten A. Grønbjerg, Elizabeth McAvoy, Kathryn Habecker
155 [GO] Global Discourse 2020―Oct―20 Rising powers and the Gulf Monarchies during the COVID-19 Pandemic Guy Burton
156 [GO] Journal of Gender-Based Violence 2020―Sep―16 Sexual violence and COVID-19: all silent on the home front Clare Gunby, Louise Isham, Sarah Damery, Julie Taylor, Caroline Bradbury-Jones
157 [GO] International Journal of Care and Caring 2020―Jul―24 Care goes viral: care theory and research confront the global COVID-19 pandemic Michael Fine, Joan Tronto
158 [GO] Evidence & Policy A Journal of Research Debate and Practice 2020―Jun―25 Making evidence and policy in public health emergencies: lessons from COVID-19 for adaptive evidence-making and intervention Kari Lancaster, Tim Rhodes, Marsha Rosengarten
159 [GO] Journal of Psychosocial Studies 2020―Jun―17 Pandemics, governance and psychosocial thinking David W. Jones, Elizabeth Frost
160 [GO] Voluntary Sector Review 2020―Jun―01 Somewhere over the rainbow - third sector research in and beyond coronavirus Rob Macmillan
161 [GO] Journal of Gender-Based Violence 2020―May―23 Domestic violence and abuse, coronavirus, and the media narrative Emma Williamson, Nancy Lombard, Oona Brooks-Hay
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