Coronavirus

The UK Pandemic Inquiry – Missing the Point?
International Debate
August 9, 2023

The UK Pandemic Inquiry – Missing the Point?

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Pandemic London – and the Future of Publishing?
Public Policy
June 11, 2023

Pandemic London – and the Future of Publishing?

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Can We Trust the World Health Organization with So Much Power?
Public Policy
April 20, 2023

Can We Trust the World Health Organization with So Much Power?

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Face Mask Evangelism, Trust and Democracy
Science & Social Science
April 17, 2023

Face Mask Evangelism, Trust and Democracy

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Did Customer-Salesperson Interactions Change During COVID?

Did Customer-Salesperson Interactions Change During COVID?

During the pandemic, sales manager Claire Cardy noticed that the dynamics of customer-salesperson interactions had somehow changed. Cardy decided to explore what was happening and why.

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Face Masks and COVID – A Failed Technology

Face Masks and COVID – A Failed Technology

A model is only as good as its underlying simplifying assumptions and data, notes Robert Dingwall, and in the case of testing the effectiveness of face masks to combat the spread of COVID those data are, he argues, at best fragile.

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Face Masks for COVID: An Obituary?

Face Masks for COVID: An Obituary?

While the full story will probably have to await the attention of historians, writes Robert Dingwall, but anyone who criticized masking was labeled as a peddler of disinformation.

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Orientalism and the Advocacy of Face Masks

Orientalism and the Advocacy of Face Masks

A concern for Orientalist thinking should lead us to ask what British and American elites are doing with their representation of this imagined “Asia.”

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The Covid Pandemic in France: A Review

The Covid Pandemic in France: A Review

Henri Bergeron et al. Covid-19: Une Crise Organisationelle Sciences Po: Les Presses, 2020. 9782724626650Jean-Paul Gaudillière et al Pandémopolitiqiue La Découverte, 2021. 9782348066153 […]

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Children and the Legacy of COVID Policies

Children and the Legacy of COVID Policies

Another day, another report revealing the damage from COVID policies to children and their development. A BBC study has found a 10 […]

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Masks and COVID: The Mystery of the Missing RCTs

Masks and COVID: The Mystery of the Missing RCTs

Randomized controlled trials (RCTs) have historically been regarded as the gold standard for evaluating medical interventions. Evidence-based medicine (EBM) developed during the […]

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Understanding the Needs of New Hires in a Post-COVID World of the Virtual Workplace

Understanding the Needs of New Hires in a Post-COVID World of the Virtual Workplace

The authors found the unique conditions of working during the pandemic created a natural portal into understanding remote work habits.

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