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COVID answers in Scientific Journals all over the world

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1 [GO] Journal of Global Faultlines 2022―Apr―04 Vaccine nationalism: Competition, EU parochialism, and COVID-19 Binoy Kampmark, Petar Kurečić
2 [GO] Journal of Global Faultlines 2022―Apr―04 A historical narrative on pandemic Patterns of behavior and belief Gazala Khan, Sazzad Parwez
3 [GO] International Journal of Critical Diversity Studies 2021―Dec―23 Carceral Politics, Inpatient Psychiatry, and the Pandemic: Risk, Madness, and Containment in COVID-19 Berkhout
4 [GO] International Journal of Critical Diversity Studies 2021―Dec―23 Zoonosis and the Polis: COVID-19 and Frantz Fanon's Critique of the Modern Colony Parker
5 [GO] International Journal of Critical Diversity Studies 2021―Dec―23 COVID-19 and the Disinheritance of an Ableist World Flowers
6 [GO] International Journal of Critical Diversity Studies 2021―Dec―23 Old, Broken, Disposable: Critical Discourse Analysis of the Public Health Narrative About At-Risk Populations During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Costa Rica Ramírez
7 [GO] International Journal of Critical Diversity Studies 2021―Dec―23 Involuntary Psychiatric Commitment in the Era of COVID-19: Systemic Social Oppression and Discourses of Risk in Public Health and Bioethics Bergstresser
8 [GO] International Journal of Critical Diversity Studies 2021―Dec―23 Introduction: Philosophies of Disability and the Global Pandemic Tremain
9 [GO] The Journal of Fair Trade 2021―Sep―22 Challenges of COVID-19 for Fair Trade enterprises in attaining Sustainable Development Goals 2030 Dangol
10 [GO] International Journal of Critical Diversity Studies 2021―Aug―13 The Dis-Ease of Body-Politics: “Coronavirus” as a Racial Pandemic in Contemporary India Dey
11 [GO] Work Organisation Labour & Globalisation 2021―Aug―05 At a crossroads: Uber and the ambiguities of the COVID-19 emergency in Lisbon Allegretti
12 [GO] Work Organisation Labour & Globalisation 2021―Aug―05 The platform economy and the precarisation of food delivery work in the COVID-19 pandemic: Evidence from India Parwez
13 [GO] Work Organisation Labour & Globalisation 2021―Aug―05 Algorithmic work coordination and workers' voice in the COVID-19 pandemic: The case of Foodora/Lieferando Schreyer
14 [GO] Work Organisation Labour & Globalisation 2021―Aug―05 Urban gig workers in Indonesia during COVID-19: The experience of online ‘ojek’ drivers Rachmawati
15 [GO] Work Organisation Labour & Globalisation 2021―Aug―05 Digitalisation, labour and the pandemic: Working life in the post-COVID-19 city Huws
16 [GO] World Review of Political Economy 2021―Jun―15 How China S쳮ded in the COVID-19 Epidemic Prevention and Control: Interview with Associate Professor Leijie Wei, Editor of Waiting for Dawn: 21 Diaries From 16 COVID-19 Frontlines Wei
17 [GO] Journal of Global Faultlines 2021―May―17 Neoliberalism and personal freedoms during COVID-19 Chalk
18 [GO] Journal of Global Faultlines 2021―May―17 Policing in the pandemic: an investigator's perspective Foy
19 [GO] Journal of Global Faultlines 2021―May―17 Policing the pandemic: crisis without boundaries Broadhurst
20 [GO] Journal of Global Faultlines 2021―May―17 Security, legitimacy and crisis in the aftermath of colonialism and in the midst of a pandemic: the role of state organs Hamourtziadou
21 [GO] Journal of Global Faultlines 2021―May―17 Has the COVID-19 pandemic manoeuvred policing in England and Wales towards a single national police organisation? Duckworth
22 [GO] Journal of Global Faultlines 2021―May―17 Power, politics and policing: how the pandemic has highlighted fractures and fault lines in our society Jarman
23 [GO] Journal of Global Faultlines 2021―May―17 Policing the pandemic: the legitimacy of the police and the potential for civil unrest; a personal commentary Lewis
24 [GO] Socialist Lawyer 2021―Feb―16 Only a statutory inquiry into the handling of Coronavirus will do Abrahamson
25 [GO] State Crime Journal 2021―Jan―31 The Harms of State, Free-Market Common Sense and COVID-19 Coleman
26 [GO] State Crime Journal 2021―Jan―31 COVID-19 and the U.S. Health Care Industry: Towards a “Critical Health Criminology” within State Crime Studies Friedrichs
27 [GO] State Crime Journal 2021―Jan―31 The COVID-19 Pandemic in Puerto Rico: Exceptionality, Corruption and State-Corporate Crimes Atiles Osoria
28 [GO] State Crime Journal 2021―Jan―31 Amplified Vulnerabilities and Reconfigured Relations: COVID-19, Torture Prevention and Human Rights in the Global South Jefferson
29 [GO] State Crime Journal 2021―Jan―20 Violating Food System Workers' Rights in the Time of COVID-19: The Quest for State Accountability Elver
30 [GO] State Crime Journal 2021―Jan―13 State Crime, Native Americans and COVID-19 Finley
31 [GO] State Crime Journal 2021―Jan―06 Do Prisoners' Lives Matter? Examining the Intersection of Punitive Policies, Racial Disparities and COVID-19 as State Organized Race Crime Bradshaw
32 [GO] State Crime Journal 2020―Dec―30 State Crime, Structural Violence and COVID-19 Gordon
33 [GO] Socialist Lawyer 2020―Dec―28 The coronavirus credit crunch: how can we avert the debt crisis? Bradley
34 [GO] Socialist Lawyer 2020―Dec―28 Villains of the pandemic Blowe
35 [GO] Journal of Global Faultlines 2020―Oct―08 The pandemic surveillance state: an enduring legacy of COVID-19 Kampmark
36 [GO] Journal of Global Faultlines 2020―Oct―08 “A test of our values”: The Moldovan experience with COVID-19 Whitman
37 [GO] Journal of Global Faultlines 2020―Oct―08 COVID-19 and the myth of security Hamourtziadou
38 [GO] Journal of Global Faultlines 2020―Oct―08 Neoliberal economic model and austerity have made us helpless in the face of the COVID-19 crisis
39 [GO] Journal of Global Faultlines 2020―Oct―08 Dealing with COVID-19 in the European periphery: between securitization and “gaslighting” Vankovska
40 [GO] Journal of Global Faultlines 2020―Oct―08 Domestic violence through the window of the COVID-19 lockdown: a public crisis embodied/exposed in the private/domestic sphere Krishnadas
41 [GO] Journal of Global Faultlines 2020―Oct―08 Why were the UK and USA unprepared for the COVID-19 pandemic? The systemic weaknesses of neoliberalism: a comparison between the UK, USA, Germany, and South Korea Mellish
42 [GO] Journal of Global Faultlines 2020―Oct―08 Do we support our governments to use strict surveillance methods in the fight against the coronavirus? Akhigbemen
43 [GO] Policy Perspectives 2020―Jul―13 Pakistan's Economy Amidst Pandemic Almas
44 [GO] Socialist Lawyer 2020―Jun―11 Human Rights and Access to Justice During Covid-19 Webb
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