Saturday, April 11, 2020

COVID-19 Sociological Readings

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Who Has Enough Cash to Get Through the Coronavirus Crisis? (Alissa Quart and Yaryna Serkez)

How to reduce the racial gap in COVID-19 deaths (Rashawn Ray)

The US has a collective action problem that’s larger than the coronavirus crisis (Patrick Sharkey)

How our cities can reopen after the COVID-19 pandemic (Richard Florida and Steven Pedigo)

What the COVID-19 Pandemic Means for Black Americans (Uché Blackstock)

Food goes to waste amid coronavirus crisis (Adam Behsudi and Ryan McCrimmon)

Farmers Dump Milk, Break Eggs as Coronavirus Restaurant Closings Destroy Demand (Jesse Newman and Jacob Bunge)

Fast Foods Workers at 50 Restaurants Across California Are Going on Strike (Lauren Kaori Gurley)

Fear, Race and the “Yellow Peril” (Myron Strong)

Celebrity Culture Is Burning (Amanda Hess)

There’s No Such Thing As Unskilled Labor (Sarah Jones)

This Is Not a Recession. It’s an Ice Age. (Annie Lowrey)

We Need Social Solidarity, Not Just Social Distancing (Eric Klinenberg)

‘White-Collar Quarantine’ Over Virus Spotlights Class Divide (Noam Scheiber, Nelson D. Schwartz and Tiffany Hsu)

The Working Class and Service Industry Workers: The Front Lines of the COVID-19 Economy (Colby King)

Together, Alone in the COVID-19 Pandemic (Jonathan Wynn)

Ideology and the Grocery Store (Karen Sternheimer)

For domestic violence victims, stay-at-home orders do not offer safety (Grace Segers)

In the Horror Story, We Always Die First (Jamil Smith)

Official Counts Understate the U.S. Coronavirus Death Toll (Sarah Kliff and Julie Bosman)

When Asian-Americans Have to Prove We Belong (Jia Lynn Yang)

The Pandemic Will Cleave America in Two (Joe Pinsker)

There’s no equality in the Zoom home office (Kyle Chayka)

College Made Them Feel Equal. The Virus Exposed How Unequal Their Lives Are. (Nicholas Casey)

Keep the Parks Open (Zeynep Tufekci)

The Slur I Never Expected to Hear in 2020 (Cathy Park Hong)

The Coronavirus Class Divide: Space and Privacy (Jason DeParle)

How Pandemics Shape Society (interview of Alexandre White)

Poverty, pollution and neglect: How the Bronx became a coronavirus 'formula for disaster' (Evan Simon and Stephanie Ebbs)

‘I lost him because of that horrible place’: Smithfield worker dies from COVID-19 - Makenzie Huber

The Coronavirus’s Unique Threat to the South - Vann R. Newkirk

That Discomfort You’re Feeling Is Grief - Scott Berinato

About Half of Lower-Income Americans Report Household Job or Wage Loss Due to COVID-19 - KIM PARKER, JULIANA MENASCE HOROWITZ AND ANNA BROWN

Special Report: A night on the New York subway - Homeless find shelter underground during pandemic (Maurice Tamman)

Inequities in COVID-19 are tragic but preventable (ELAINE HERNANDEZ, COURTNEY BOEN AND RICHARD M. CARPIANO)

‘My World Is Shattering’: Foreign Students Stranded by Coronavirus - Caitlin Dickerson

Parking Lots Have Become a Digital Lifeline - Cecilia Kang

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