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Social Problems in the Age of COVID-19 Vol 2

Volume 2: Global Perspectives

Edited by Glenn W. Muschert, Kristen M. Budd, David C. Lane and Jason A. Smith

Published

21 Oct 2020

Page count

192 pages

ISBN

978-1447360612

Dimensions

Imprint

Policy Press

Published

21 Oct 2020

Page count

192 pages

ISBN

978-1447360612

Dimensions

Imprint

Policy Press
Social Problems in the Age of COVID-19 Vol 2

The COVID-19 pandemic is having far-reaching political and social consequences across the globe. Published in collaboration with the Society for the Study of Social Problems (SSSP), this book addresses the greatest social challenges facing the world as a result of the pandemic.

The authors propose public policy solutions to help refugees, migrant workers, victims of human trafficking, indigenous populations and the invisible poor of the Global South.

Glenn Muschert is Professor of Sociology at Khalifa University of Science and Technology in Abu Dhabi, UAE. His research focuses on social problems, digital technologies, and sustainable development.

Kristen M. Budd is Associate Professor of Sociology and Criminology at Miami University. Her research focuses on sexually motivated interpersonal violence, including social and legal responses to interpersonal violence.

David C. Lane is Assistant professor in the Department of Criminal Justice Sciences at Illinois State University. His research focuses are tattooing, the relationship between disasters and crime, and understanding contemporary social problems.

Jason A. Smith is a Senior Analyst with National Market Research at the Kaiser Foundation Health Plan. His research focuses on racial inequities, organizations, media studies, and consumer branding and innovation.

Presidential Welcome ~ Corey Dolgon

Editorial Introduction ~ Glenn W. Muschert, Kristen M. Budd, David C. Lane and Jason M. Smith

Section 1

Human Trafficking ~ Brittany Keegan

Transtition from Adolescence to Adulthood ~ Pamela Aronson

Disability Rights ~ Bradley Williams

Indigenous Rights/Issues ~ Theresa Rocha Beardall

The Pandemic and the Invisible Poor of the Global South: Slum Dwellers in Mumbai, India, and Dhaka, Bangladesh ~ Nikhil Deb and Maya Rao

The Human Right to Water and Sanitation in the Age of COVID-19 ~ Yvonne Braun

Pandemic Perils of Migrant Workers: Inequalities Intensified ~ Reema Sen and Brian Gran

Food Security ~ Ninette Rothmueller

Refugees ~ Alex Oteino and Julie A. Tippens

Cybercrime ~ Oludayo Tade

End Matters;

Think Piece on Feminism ~ Kristy Kelly

Think Piece on Shifting Social Values ~ Tatiana Karabchuk

Afterword ~ Michael Adorjan