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Alone Together

Intimacy and Semi-Mobility during Ho Chi Minh City's Lockdown

Van Minh Nguyen

people with whom they do not have physical contact, loneliness and social isolation are growing health concerns. For those who are under lockdown with their family, partner or friends, lack of privacy and higher risks of interpersonal tensions can

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Christopher Pittard

tension is comedically explored in stories such as Hamilton’s “Bunter the Detective” (1909), where Billy Bunter’s detective work invades others’ privacy. Bunter proves too inept to be an effectual detective, however, drawing a clear distinction between the

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“We Do Not Exist”

Illness, Invisibility, and Empowerment of Communities Struck by the Fracking Boom

Kristen M. Schorpp

of legal and privacy issues that influenced design choices. A substantial portion of the book is a “how-to” for developing and implementing online tools for communities faced with environmental hazards, while simultaneously acknowledging the

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Editorial

‘But No One Died’: A Brief Reflection on Place and Time

Edited by Christine McCourt

similarly titled seminar held at The School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in May 2018, ‘Is Anthropology Legal?’, discusses the possible impact of new European data privacy legislation – the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – on

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Pandemic Passages

An Anthropological Account of Life and Liminality during COVID-19

Genevieve Bell

, as well as ideas about voyeurism, danger and privacy, national celebrations, personal rituals and religious practices have been transformed and transmuted. Intermediation and Services: Ideas about Managing the Seams and Transitions Transitions

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The Pandemic of Productivity

The Work of Home and the Work from Home

Suchismita Chattopadhyay

site of the home in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis. The home is popularly understood as a site of intimacy, privacy and leisure. However, the onset of the pandemic followed by the norms of physical distancing and home isolation has made the home a

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Child Protection Social Work in COVID-19

Reflections on Home Visits and Digital Intimacy

Sarah Pink, Harry Ferguson, and Laura Kelly

: 637 – 653 , doi: 10.1177/0163443718810910 . 10.1177/0163443718810910 Hjorth , L. , S. Pink and H. Horst ( 2018 ), ‘ Being at Home with Privacy: Privacy and Mundane Intimacy through Same-Sex Locative Media Practices ’, International Journal

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Calm Vessels

Cultural Expectations of Pregnant Women in Qatar

Susie Kilshaw, Daniel Miller, Halima Al Tamimi, Faten El-Taher, Mona Mohsen, Nadia Omar, Stella Major, and Kristina Sole

protection ( Bourdieu 1966: 227 ); from the point of view of men, ‘protection of one’s womenfolk and one’s own public standing, or “honour”, which is intimately tied to them’ ( Clarke 2009: 39 ). In their discussion of privacy in Qatar and Saudi Arabia

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Learning the Elsewhere of ‘Inner Space’

The Affective Pedagogy of Post-Secular Sufi Healing in Germany

Nasima Selim

environments engender “the body fragmented in affect … in evaluations they deeply disturb any pretense of privacy of the body that teaches or learns” ( Probyn 2004: 38) . Shifting the conceptual vocabulary of affective pedagogy from the institutional settings

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Disruptive Technology

Social Media from Modiano to Zola and Proust

Elizabeth Emery

innovations in news reporting, from telegrams to lithographs to photographic reproduction, were quickly emulated in France. 12 The interview, for example, was an American import of the 1870s, criticized as a violation of privacy since writers were interviewed