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Babies and Boomers

Intergenerational Democracy and the Political Epidemiology of COVID-19

Toby Rollo

perennial sacrificial lambs of public health policy, and we see this reiterated in the political epidemiology of COVID-19. Responses to past pandemics such as polio and Spanish Flu—like liberal responses to poverty, pollution, and war—reflect a set of public

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The Case of Brazil

Coloniality and Pandemic Misgovernance as Necropolitical Tools in the Amazon

Vanessa Boanada Fuchs

pandemic, I want to stress the fact that forest fires produce smoke pollution that reduces the air quality in the Amazon by 53 percent on average annually during the dry season; air pollution peaks between the months of August and September. Since 2017

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Four Dimensions of Societal Transformation

An Introduction to the Problematique of Ukraine

Zuzana Novakova

on environmentally costly energy sources; heavy industries with monumental ecological traces in some of the regions; and pollution of air, land, and water were all intertwined with a lack of strategy against environmental degradation. Where the topic

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The Societal Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic Explained via Three Frameworks

Harry G. J. Nijhuis and Laurent J.G. van der Maesen

comprehension of the nature and dynamics of societal impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. The same holds true for the in-depth and comprehensive understanding of other crisis situations, for example climate change, bio-degeneration, nature pollution, and the global

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The Case of India

A Moral Foundation for the Impact of COVID-19 on Health and Society in the World's Largest Democracy

Sony Pellissery, Vijay Paul, Khushi Srivastava, and Drishti Ranjan

themselves from disease, pollution, or uncleanliness, or when there is talk or impurity. It addresses the “broader challenge of living in a world of pathogens and parasites” ( Haidt 2013: 179 ). In other words, this MFT pillar is important when it comes to

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Tuuli Lähdesmäki, Sigrid Kaasik-Krogerus, and Katja Mäkinen

visible contradictory relations between human beings and heritage. Humans safeguard heritage by allocating money and giving assistance, but human action also threatens heritage (and simultaneously also human beings): military conflicts, pollution, and

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Valeriy Heyets

): v – xxiii . 10.3167/IJSQ.2018.080101 Van der Maesen , L. J. G. 2018b . “ Addressing Marine Plastic Pollution: The Plastic Soup Foundation and the Four-Dimensional Application of the Social Quality Approach .” International Journal of Social

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Migration, Empire, and Liminality

Sex Trade in the Borderlands of Europe

Tracie L. Wilson

she defines “dirt” or “pollution” as “matter out of place.” 17 As Douglas stresses, “Dirt then is never an isolated event. Where there is dirt there is a system.” 18 Similarly, groups of people seen to carry polluting influences are perceived as