Together Apart

The Need for a Social Identity Analysis of COVID-19: Introduction to ‘Together Apart’
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June 4, 2020

The Need for a Social Identity Analysis of COVID-19: Introduction to ‘Together Apart’

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A Social Identity Analysis of COVID-19: Introduction to ‘Together Apart’
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June 4, 2020

A Social Identity Analysis of COVID-19: Introduction to ‘Together Apart’

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Collective Behavior in the Time of COVID-19
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May 28, 2020

Collective Behavior in the Time of COVID-19

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Social Order and Disorder in Time of COVID: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’
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May 28, 2020

Social Order and Disorder in Time of COVID: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

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Solidarity In the Midst of COVID: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

Solidarity In the Midst of COVID: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

Pandemics inspire the most remarkable acts of unity and compassion (Solnit, 2009). They also lead to appalling acts of division and brutality […]

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Crowds and COVID: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

Crowds and COVID: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

It is not surprising that in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, aside from infection fears, gatherings of people on beaches, public transport and in parks were met with concern and even alarm. Crowds are associated with trouble. But crowds can be both destructive and constructive forces.

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Managing Crowds in Crises: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

Managing Crowds in Crises: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

In an excerpt from Together Apart, three officials with Public Health England argue that he consequences of shared identity, which have been shown to be so important in building an effective community response to the pandemic — the mutual trust, influence and support — are equally important when it comes to community–authority relations.

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Looking at Emergencies and Disasters During COVID: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

Looking at Emergencies and Disasters During COVID: Excerpt from ‘Together Apart’

While the pandemic is different other emergencies, there are important similarities: there is a mortal threat which can create fear; there is not enough protection for everyone under threat; and human action can mitigate (or exacerbate) that threat.

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Addressing the Psychology of ‘Together Apart’: Free Book Download

Addressing the Psychology of ‘Together Apart’: Free Book Download

Given the import of its subject matter, SAGE Publishing (the parent of Social Science Space) had agreed to make an e-book o the psychology of COVID-19 freely available.

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