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1 [GO] Urban Planning 2022―Jul―29 Urban Crises and the Covid-19 Pandemic: An Analytical Framework for Metropolitan Resiliency Thomas J. Vicino, Robert H. Voigt, Mahir Kabir, Jonathan Michanie
2 [GO] Media and Communication 2022―Jun―30 Migrants as “Objects of Care”: Immigration Coverage in Russian Media During the Covid-19 Pandemic Svetlana S. Bodrunova, Anna Smoliarova
3 [GO] Media and Communication 2022―Jun―30 Venezuelan Refugees in Brazil: Communication Rights and Digital Inequalities During the Covid-19 Pandemic Julia Camargo, Denise Cogo, Amanda Alencar
4 [GO] Media and Communication 2022―Jun―30 Framing Migration During the Covid-19 Pandemic in South Africa: A 12-Month Media Monitoring Project Thea De Gruchy, Thulisile Zikhali, Jo Vearey, Johanna Hanefeld
5 [GO] Media and Communication 2022―Jun―30 Editorial: Media and Migration in the Covid-19 Pandemic-Discourses, Policies, and Practices in Times of Crisis Vasiliki Tsagkroni, Amanda Alencar, Dimitris Skleparis
6 [GO] Media and Communication 2022―Jun―30 Urban Refugees’ Digital Experiences and Social Connections During Covid-19 Response in Kampala, Uganda Hakimu Sseviiri, Amanda Alencar, Yeeko Kisira
7 [GO] Politics and Governance 2022―Jun―30 EU Public Procurement Policy During Covid-19: A Turning Point for Legitimate EU Governance? Brigitte Pircher
8 [GO] Media and Communication 2022―Jun―30 Between Conflict and Solidarity: Pandemic Media Coverage of Romanian Intra-EU Labour Migrants Hanna Orsolya Vincze, Delia Cristina Balaban
9 [GO] Media and Communication 2022―May―26 Humor That Harms? Examining Racist Audio-Visual Memetic Media on TikTok During Covid-19 Ariadna Matamoros-Fernández, Aleesha Rodriguez, Patrik Wikström
10 [GO] Media and Communication 2022―May―26 Discourse and Social Cohesion in and After the Covid-19 Pandemic Mario Bisiada
11 [GO] Urban Planning 2022―May―24 Working From Home and Covid-19: Where Could Residents Move to? Johannes Moser, Fabian Wenner, Alain Thierstein
12 [GO] Social Inclusion 2022―May―19 Educational Inclusion of Vulnerable Children and Young People After Covid-19 Spyros Themelis, Angela Tuck
13 [GO] Social Inclusion 2022―May―19 A Commentary on the Educational Inclusion of Vulnerable Youth After Covid-19 Dionysios Gouvias
14 [GO] Social Inclusion 2022―May―19 Inclusive Learning for Children in Northeast Nigeria: Radio School Response During a Global Pandemic Margaret Ebubedike, Michael Boampong, Kiki James, Hassana Shuaibu, Temitope Yetu Monyeh
15 [GO] Urban Planning 2022―May―17 Reimagining the Future of the Sydney CBD: Reflecting on Covid-19-Driven Changes in Commercial and Residential Property Trends Gabriela Quintana Vigiola, Juaneé Cilliers, Luis Hernando Lozano-Paredes
16 [GO] Media and Communication 2022―May―13 The Refugee Issue in the Greek, German, and British Press During the Covid-19 Pandemic Nikos Fotopoulos, Andrea Masini, Stergios Fotopoulos
17 [GO] Media and Communication 2022―Mar―21 When Politicians Meet Experts: Disinformation on Twitter About Covid-19 Vaccination Concha Pérez-Curiel, José Rúas-Araújo, Rubén Rivas-de-Roca
18 [GO] Social Inclusion 2022―Mar―11 The Impact of the Covid-19 Global Health Pandemic in Early Childhood Education Within Four Countries Lynn McNair, John Ravenscroft, Irene Rizzini, Kay Tisdall, Linda Biersteker, Fortunate Shabalala, et al. (+5)
19 [GO] Social Inclusion 2022―Feb―25 The Inclusion of Students With Disabilities: Challenges for Italian Teachers During the Covid-19 Pandemic Maddalena Colombo, Mariagrazia Santagati
20 [GO] Social Inclusion 2022―Feb―25 Migrant Students’ Sense of Belonging and the Covid-19 Pandemic: Implications for Educational Inclusion Nikolett Szelei, Ines Devlieger, An Verelst, Caroline Spaas, Signe Smith Jervelund, Nina Langer Primdahl, et al. (+14)
21 [GO] Media and Communication 2022―Feb―24 Spanish Tipsters and the Millennial and Centennial Generations in the Scenario of a Pandemic Almudena Barrientos-Báez, Juan Enrique Gonzálvez-Vallés, José Daniel Barquero-Cabrero, David Caldevilla-Domínguez
22 [GO] Politics and Governance 2022―Feb―17 Pandemic Populism? How Covid-19 Triggered Populist Facebook User Comments in Germany and Austria Daniel Thiele
23 [GO] Social Inclusion 2022―Feb―04 Spanish LGBTQ+ Youth and the Role of Online Networks During the First Wave of Covid-19 R. Lucas Platero, Miguel Ángel López-Sáez
24 [GO] Social Inclusion 2022―Jan―27 Music to Face the Lockdown: An Analysis of Covid-19 Music Narratives on Individual and Social Well-Being Priscila Alvarez-Cueva
25 [GO] Urban Planning 2021―Nov―17 Can the Pandemic Be a Catalyst of Spatial Changes Leading Towards the Smart City? Barbara Zgórska, Dorota Kamrowska-Załuska, Piotr Lorens
26 [GO] Politics and Governance 2021―May―27 Covid-19: A Different Economic Crisis but the Same Paradigm of Democratic Deficit in the EU Dina Sebastião
27 [GO] Social Inclusion 2021―Mar―25 Perceived Impact of Border Closure due to Covid-19 of Intending Nigerian Migrants Lawan Cheri
28 [GO] Politics and Governance 2021―Feb―26 Conceptualizing Interactions between SDGs and Urban Sustainability Transformations in Covid-19 Times Kerstin Krellenberg, Florian Koch
29 [GO] Politics and Governance 2020―Dec―17 Best in Covid: Populists in the Time of Pandemic Lenka Buštíková, Pavol Baboš
30 [GO] Urban Planning 2020―Dec―15 City-Life No More? Young Adults’ Disrupted Urban Experiences and Their Digital Mediation under Covid-19 Katja Kaufmann, Christoph Straganz, Tabea Bork-Hüffer
31 [GO] Politics and Governance 2020―Dec―10 Expert-Led Securitization: The Case of the 2009 Pandemic in Denmark and Sweden Olivier Rubin, Erik Baekkeskov
32 [GO] Media and Communication 2020―Jun―25 Empowering Users to Respond to Misinformation about Covid-19 Emily K. Vraga, Melissa Tully, Leticia Bode
33 [GO] Media and Communication 2020―Jun―25 “Cultural Exceptionalism” in the Global Exchange of (Mis)Information around Japan’s Responses to Covid-19 Jamie Matthews
34 [GO] Media and Communication 2020―Jun―25 Digital Mis/Disinformation and Public Engagment with Health and Science Controversies: Fresh Perspectives from Covid-19 An Nguyen, Daniel Catalan-Matamoros
35 [GO] Media and Communication 2020―Jun―25 Africa and the Covid-19 Information Framing Crisis George Ogola
36 [GO] Media and Communication 2020―Jun―25 Spreading (Dis)Trust: Covid-19 Misinformation and Government Intervention in Italy Alessandro Lovari
37 [GO] Media and Communication 2020―Jun―25 Covid-19 Misinformation and the Social (Media) Amplification of Risk: A Vietnamese Perspective Hoa Nguyen, An Nguyen
38 [GO] Media and Communication 2020―Jun―25 How China’s State Actors Create a “Us vs US” World during Covid-19 Pandemic on Social Media Xin Zhao
39 [GO] Media and Communication 2020―Jun―25 Coronavirus in Spain: Fear of ‘Official’ Fake News Boosts WhatsApp and Alternative Sources Carlos Elías, Daniel Catalan-Matamoros
40 [GO] Media and Communication 2020―Jun―25 German Media and Coronavirus: Exceptional Communication-Or Just a Catalyst for Existing Tendencies? Holger Wormer
41 [GO] Media and Communication 2020―Jun―25 Science Journalism and Pandemic Uncertainty Sharon Dunwoody

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