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  • 16
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    2020

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    Education amidst Covid-19

    Covid-19 is challenging education provision around the globe. Here's how public opinion has affected the capacity of education systems to cope with the pandemic...

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  • 26
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    2020

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    COVID-19 and the economics of information:...

    COVID-19 has confirmed some long-understood yet long-ignored truths about the economics of information, and has also highlighted deeply disturbing fractures in today’s information ecology COVID-19...

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  • 14
    Aug

    2020

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    Privacy Amidst COVID-19

    It is exciting and troubling to ponder the profound changes wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic. For example: what will remain of offices when all is said and done? Will there be any? Why make the commute—why...

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  • 13
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    2020

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    Prague

    When Covid-19 ushered in a new reality and borders began to close in February 2020, I found myself in Prague, the city of Franz Kafka and Václav Havel. Rather suitable companions in such strange and...

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  • 11
    Aug

    2020

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    COVID-19 Testing Doesn’t Cause Cases

    Stories help us understand and explain what we see in the world and they can be a powerful way of passing on knowledge. But misleading or incorrect stories can be confusing at best and harmful at worst....

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  • 7
    Aug

    2020

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    Interactional rituals and the systematic analysis...

    In this blog we will discuss the complexities surrounding the use of particular expressions that are somewhat ‘heavy’ from the point of view of language use. In interactional ritual theory, these...

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  • 5
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    2020

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    Interactional rituals and the systematic analysis...

    Of the various speech acts used in the wake of COVID-19 and the corresponding need for social distancing, ‘Apologise’ is perhaps the most important. Since the enforcement of social distancing...

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  • 22
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    2020

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    Loneliness, Helping Hands, TRUTH: One hundred...

    Until December 2019, I was in Nanjing, some five hundred kilometres from Wuhan where the first cases of the new lung disease were then discovered. When things unfolded in January, I initially felt a sense...

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Authors in Cambridge Reflections: Covid-19