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Think about the pandemic. Coronavirus Social Observatory (No 19 2020)
The handling of this crisis shifts from local governments to international bodies. New global regulatory regimes are envisaged and experienced. The result of lock-in measures to contain the pandemic will be a global recession of unimaginable proportions. Test for the end of the world
Think about the pandemic. Coronavirus Social Observatory (No 15 2020)
In this context, far from forming a more equal society thanks to a virus that beyond its current reach does not distinguish between social origins, it should be noted that the situation widens material, social and symbolic inequalities.
Think about the pandemic. Coronavirus Social Observatory (No 18 2020)
It is clear that, as well as the State is responsible for public policies in response to citizens’ rights, each citizen is also responsible. It is a shared responsibility, otherwise there is no way forward, which highlights the social, ethical and solidarity-based values of social coexistence. Subje...
Think about the pandemic. Coronavirus Social Observatory (No 12 2020)
In this phase of the pandemic crisis, work must be a source of life and not of pain, persecution and pathologisation. Work-related violence (mobbing) in the COVID-19 pandemic
Beyond health security dependencies. Rethinking public health and industrial policies construction
International audience Improving public health security on a sustainable basis is not simply a matter of adjusting economic variables or a few incentives, even on a large budgetary scale. Such an ambition implies that new compromises must be made at the different levels of stakeholders in health sec...
Working with open data in times of pandemics: using covidDATA-19
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Audiovisual support in teaching online during the state of emergency: two experiences at the València University of Politència
[ES] The Coronavirus health crisis has brought about a change of learning in in-person teaching, as it has had to be converted into virtual or hybrid teaching. New information and communication technologies (ICTs) have made it possible for many tools for monitoring and teaching teaching to be carrie...
Encouraging the history classes of the Animation. The use of teaching videos in the context of the online teaching
[ES] This article will present a collection of videos dedicated to strengthening lessons on the history of the Animation at the University of València, for subjects taught within the Faculty of Fine Arts, whose employment has gained particular relevance in the context of virtual teaching that has le...
The impact of Covid-19 on informal trade in the canton of Portoviejo, province of Manabí
The health crisis that led to the arrival of COVID-19 has brought about far-reaching changes in all areas. In terms of the labour market, economic activity has fallen significantly, resulting in the closure of many workplaces. Informal trade does not escape it, being the most affected as their subsi...
Alberto Fernández’s rhetoric against “hate speech” and outrage
This work explores the concepts addressed by President Alberto Fernández at the time of referring to the “hate speech” and the narratives of hartazgo forged by a section of the political opposition since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, there is a brief analysis of the discourse...
Food security, COVID-19 and crisis: an application of the binomial logistic regression model for its study
The Covid-19 pandemic has led to serious impacts, and although in the Venezuelan case they are aggravating, it is particularly important in the area of food security. Quantitative descriptive research aimed to study the perception and identification of indicators on the state of Venezuelan food secu...
Managing relations with audiences in music festivals during the pandemic: the case of Bilbao BBK Live
The health and economic crisis caused by the coronavirus has affected the entire population and businesses and institutions, culture being one of the sectors where the pandemic is having the greatest impact, especially on the performing arts and music, especially live music. This article provides an...
The coronavirus crisis and the lesson of history. An intervention by Fulvio Conti
‘Corriere della Sera’ of today, 17 March, Fulvio Conti compares the current health emergency with other times of crisis in Italian history. History, says Conti, teaches optimism because it shows how crises can be an opportunity to recover and gain more strength than in the past, thanks to the contri...
Think about the pandemic. Coronavirus Social Observatory (No 26 2020)
Which State can exist in a country that is not even included in drug consumption, production and trafficking statistics? Accusations and criminal measures against Venezuela in times of pandemic
Since access to nature to the prism of the health crisis, or political control of an area of freedom
assumes that the COVID-19 health crisis functions as an indicator of underlying political logic, the article focuses on regulating access to nature by prefectural decrees in metropolitan France during the lockdown and the first phase of deconfinement (March-May 2020). It proposes a comprehensive map...
The regulatory framework for teleworking in public employment: delimitation and comparative analysis
The health crisis caused by COVID-19 has changed the prospects for developing teleworking within the public administration. Teleworking has changed from a figure whose development was stagnating, to being presented as the model for the organisation of the work of the society of the future. In this r...
Think about the pandemic. Coronavirus Social Observatory (No 77 2020)
Inequality is the path where the coronavirus progresses: the worse the material conditions, the more burdensome the impact is. On the need to implement a tax on the most accommodated sectors of society
The COVID-19 pandemic and education in Romania
In Romania, the closure of schools from 11 March to summer holidays 2020 and from 6 November to 8 February 2021 had a profound impact on education, not only because of the low level of preparation for online teaching by many of the actors involved (pupils, teachers, parents), but also because, preci...
The role of Latin American women in the socio-economic support of the region in the aftermath of the crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic
The aim of this article is to critically and reflect on the structural inequalities that the dominant economic system has deepened — rather than combatting — between men and women in a context of the post-pandemic and post-pandemic situation. The aim is to break down the economicist views that focus...
The increase in local tourism in Catalonia in summer 2020: an opportunity for the consolidation of rural tourism as a form of sustainable and safe tourism
In the first part of 2020 the COVID-19 health crisis had a huge negative impact on the tourism sector. With the deconfinement of the summer there was a relative return to activity, but very uneven according to territories and types of tourist accommodation. The objective of this study is to analyse...
Rethink socio-legal practice in relation to the COVID-19 health, social and economic emergency
This document seeks to critically reflect on the role of alternative legal education as a cornerstone of the clinical method. On the basis of a brief contextual reading of the global COVID-19 phenomenon and its impacts at national level, the real inability of the social rule of law to extend social...
Peace: a collective construction in the midst of the COVID-19 social crisis
The first half of 2020 represented a new challenge for everyone in the face of the current pandemic caused by the Sars-CoV-2 virus, which caused Covid 19. The whole world was gradually caught up and pushed back against the ropes by this new health crisis, which came to a firm step along the globe, s...
Interview with Mr Leandro Folgar, President of the Uruguay Ceibal Plan
Leandro Folgar, graduated in education from the Catholic University of Uruguay (UCU). We hold a Master’s degree in Technology, Innovation and Education from Harvard University and has held the position of Assistant Teacher in the Department of Education of the Catholic University of Uruguay by carry...
From viruses to pandemic: the logic of value as the foundation of the coronavirus health crisis
Following the declaration of a coronavirus pandemic in early 2020, a vast literature has been developed globally, reflecting on the causes that led to the shaping of the health crisis and the role played by human actions in the crisis. In that regard, the article disputes the complex relationship be...
The unequal city in Palma (Mallorca): geography of the lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic
The crisis resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic is revealing the weak structures underpinning the alleged economic recovery and the strong socio-urban inequalities underlying this recovery. Disease is an indicator of inequality but, in the context of COVID-19, measures to contain it are also an indi...