A COVID-19 crisis reading list – 3.4.20

The process of trying to get our heads around the many facets of the rapidly evolving COVID-19 crisis is difficult to say the least. We’re finding the best approach is to keep an open mind on this for the forseeable future. As you may have gathered from the tone of some of our more recent posts, a growing area of concern is the reaction to the pandemic – from states and from their populations. A concern that has informed the selection of readings we present below.

Suffice to say, inclusion of a reading in this list is not a full endorsement of the position the author is taking. The readings were picked because they were thought provoking, sometimes provocative and raise issues that need to be discussed and debated. On that basis, constructive, comradely debate is encouraged…

COVID-19: A sociological critique – Simon Carter, Judy Green and Ewen Speed |…

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