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  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Egger, C.M. (University of Groningen); de Saint Phalle, E. (University of Groningen); Magni-Berton, R. (University Grenoble Alpes, Sciences Po Grenoble, PACTE); Aarts, C.W.A.M. (University of Groningen); Roché Sébastian (CNRS (National Center for Scientific Research), PACTE);
    Publisher: DataverseNL

    Version 1.0 of the EXCEPTIUS project dataset (v.1.0) tracked all exceptional measures in the field of democratic governance/ human rights and international cooperation issued by national authorities in European Union (EU) countries (including UK and Switzerland, excluding Iceland) in order to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic from January to June 2020. The dataset also provides data on the implementation modalities of such measures. Version 2.0 now includes data on measures issued for subnational authorities (Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, UK) and covers the second (July- December 2020) and third (January-April 2021) waves. It also includes a new type event (10, emergency decision-making) allowing to distinguish between countries who implemented a state of emergency (type event 1) and countries which implemented emergency measures without activating state of emergency provisions.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Vicens P; Heredia L; Bustamante E; Pérez Y; Domingo JL; Torrente M;

    The petrochemical industry has made the economic development of many local communities possible, increasing employment opportunities and generating a complex network of closely-related secondary industries. However, it is known that petrochemical industries emit air pollutants, which have been related to different negative effects on mental health. In addition, many people around the world are being exposed to highly stressful situations deriving from the COVID-19 pandemic and the lockdowns adopted by national and regional governments. The present study aims to analyse the possible differential effects on various psychological outcomes (stress, anxiety, depression and emotional regulation strategies) stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic and consequent lockdown experienced by individuals living near an important petrochemical complex and subjects living in other areas, nonexposed to the characteristic environmental pollutants emitted by these kinds of complex. The sample consisted of 1607 subjects who answered an ad hoc questionnaire on lockdown conditions, the Perceived Stress Scale (PSS), the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS), the Barratt Impulsivity Scale (BIS) and the Emotional Regulation Questionnaire (ERQ). The results indicate that people living closer to petrochemical complexes reported greater risk perception [K = 73.42, p < 0.001, with a medium size effect (η = 0.061)]. However, no significant relationship between psychological variables and proximity to the focus was detected when comparing people living near to or far away from a chemical/petrochemical complex. Regarding the adverse psychological effects of the first lockdown due to COVID-19 on the general population in Catalonia, we can conclude that the conditions included in this survey were mai

  • Open Access

    The dataset comprises comments collected from the official Facebook page of the National Institute of Public Health of Kosovo (NIPHK) for a period of 6 months, from March 12 till August 31, 2020. On March 12, the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Kosovo. Comments were retrieved using a tool called Comment Exporter. These comments were in Albanian language and reflect the opinions of Kosovo citizens expressed on Facebook about the Covid-19 pandemics. This dataset contains a total of 10,132 comments along with 12 attributes. THIS DATASET IS ARCHIVED AT DANS/EASY, BUT NOT ACCESSIBLE HERE. TO VIEW A LIST OF FILES AND ACCESS THE FILES IN THIS DATASET CLICK ON THE DOI-LINK ABOVE

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Oncini, Filippo;
    Publisher: UK Data Service
    Project: EC | HUNG (838965)

    The survey aimed to gather data on the impact of the COVID19 outbreak on the food support providers active in Greater Manchester. The lockdown created organizational hurdles to many services providing food to the most vulnerable. The survey explored more in depth the obstacles, the needs and the prospects of 55 organizations that were on the frontline in the first months of the crisis.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Schmalzl, Sophie;
    Country: Netherlands

    Screenshots from the Telegram channels that I analyzed for my MA Thesis 'Vaccine Damages' and 'Lethal Injections': Strategic Communication in German Language Covid-19 Conspiracy Telegram Channel Screenshots were taken on February 10, 2022.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Sparey, Rhys Thomas;
    Publisher: Taylor & Francis

    This article is a study of mourning among Shi'a Muslims during the COVID-19 pandemic through a call-in talk show called #IAMHUSSEINI. By analyzing the discourses of callers and presenters and locating them within a visual context of the television studio, this article shows how the viewership of #IAMHUSSEINI constitutes a televisual majlis (Arabic: ‘assembly') composed of more than passive asynchronous consumption and resembling what Patrick Eisenlohr refers to as ‘atmospheres'. This article argues that the COVID-19 pandemic drove #IAMHUSSEINI to recalibrate to expectations of a spatially proximate ritual, rather than sustaining a ‘natively digital' aesthetic, repurposing Richard Rogers' approach to digital methods. This change brought about a tacit understanding of the televisual majlis among #IAMHUSSEINI's viewers. This article therefore posits a difference between ‘spatial intercorporeality', in which bodies are mediated by spatial proximity, and ‘functional intercorporeality’, in which they are mediated by the material preconditions of a shared activity.

  • Open Access

    COVID-2019 has been recognized as a global threat, and several studies are being conducted in order to contribute to the fight and prevention of this pandemic. This work presents a scholarly production dataset focused on COVID-19, providing an overview of scientific research activities, making it possible to identify countries, scientists and research groups most active in this task force to combat the coronavirus disease. The dataset is composed of 40,215 records of articles' metadata collected from Scopus, PubMed, arXiv and bioRxiv databases from January 2019 to July 2020. Those data were extracted by using the techniques of Python Web Scraping and preprocessed with Pandas Data Wrangling.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Giovanni Spitale;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    The COVID-19 pandemic generated (and keeps generating) a huge corpus of news articles, easily retrievable in Factiva with very targeted queries. This dataset, generated with an ad-hoc parser and NLP pipeline, analyzes the frequency of lemmas and named entities in news articles (in German, French, Italian and English ) regarding Switzerland and COVID-19. The analysis of large bodies of grey literature via text mining and computational linguistics is an increasingly frequent approach to understand the large-scale trends of specific topics. We used Factiva, a news monitoring and search engine developed and owned by Dow Jones, to gather and download all the news articles published between January 2020 and May 2021 on Covid-19 and Switzerland. Due to Factiva's copyright policy, it is not possible to share the original dataset with the exports of the articles' text; however, we can share the results of our work on the corpus. All the information relevant to reproduce the results is provided. Factiva allows a very granular definition of the queries, and moreover has access to full text articles published by the major media outlet of the world. The query has been defined as follows (syntax in bold, explanation in italics): ((coronavirus or Wuhan virus or corvid19 or corvid 19 or covid19 or covid 19 or ncov or novel coronavirus or sars) and (atleast3 coronavirus or atleast3 wuhan or atleast3 corvid* or atleast3 covid* or atleast3 ncov or atleast3 novel or atleast3 corona*)) Keywords for covid19; must appear at least 3 times in the text and ns=(gsars or gout) Subject is “novel coronaviruses” or “outbreaks and epidemics” and “general news” and la=X Language is X (DE, FR, IT, EN) and rst=tmnb Restrict to TMNB (major news and business publications) and wc>300 At least 300 words and date from 20191001 to 20212005 Date interval and re=SWITZ Region is Switzerland It is important to specify some details that characterize the query. The query is not limited to articles published by Swiss media, but to articles regarding Switzerland. The reason is simple: a Swiss user googling for “Schweiz Coronavirus” or for “Coronavirus Ticino” can easily find and read articles published by foreign media outlets (namely, German or Italian) on that topic. If the objective is capturing and describing the information trends to which people are exposed, this approach makes much more sense than limiting the analysis to articles published by Swiss media. Factiva’s field “NS” is a descriptor for the content of the article. “gsars” is defined in Factiva’s documentation as “All news on Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome”, and “gout” as “The widespread occurrence of an infectious disease affecting many people or animals in a given population at the same time”; however, the way these descriptors are assigned to articles is not specified in the documentation. Finally, the query has been restricted to major news and business publications of at least 300 words. Duplicate check is performed by Factiva. Given the incredibly large amount of articles published on COVID-19, this (absolutely arbitrary) restriction allows retrieving a corpus that is both meaningful and manageable. metadata.xlsx contains information about the articles retrieved (strategy, amount) This work is part of the PubliCo research project. This work is part of the PubliCo research project, supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNF). Project no. 31CA30_195905

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Morales-Vives F; Dueñas JM; Ferrando PJ; Vigil-Colet A; Varea MD;

    Several studies in different countries have reported that part of the population does not fully comply with the measures recommended to prevent COVID-19, and therefore poses a risk to public health. For this reason, several measures have been developed to assess the level of compliance, although many of them have methodological limitations or do not include a comprehensive set of items. The main goal of the current study was to develop a new instrument with suitable psychometric properties, which includes a more complete set of items and controls the impact of acquiescence bias. The participants were 1410 individuals (59.2% women) from Spain, who answered the new questionnaire and several items on sociodemographic and attitudinal issues. Exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses were carried out, and the results suggested that only one content factor was underlying the data. This solution was replicated in a different subsample, which shows the stability of the solution. Furthermore, the relationships between the scores of the new questionnaire and the sociodemographic and attitudinal variables are similar to those obtained in previous studies, which can be regarded as evidence of the validity of the new questionnaire.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2021
    Open Access English
    Publisher: Sarajevo : INSAM Institute for Contemporary Artistic Music
    Country: Serbia

    We have before us the sixth issue of INSAM Journal of Contemporary Music, Art and Technology. This is the second issue in a row dedicated to the global crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. After the overwhelming response from all over the world to the call for papers and provocative inspections that ensued, here we wanted to discuss the ways in which technology shapes and enables work in the areas of music, arts, humanities, and the education process, this time inviting our collaborators to discuss the shortcomings and struggles of the working processes in these fields. The main theme, “Music, Art and Humanities in the Time of Global Crisis”, expanded from the Main Theme section into the interviews as well.

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  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Egger, C.M. (University of Groningen); de Saint Phalle, E. (University of Groningen); Magni-Berton, R. (University Grenoble Alpes, Sciences Po Grenoble, PACTE); Aarts, C.W.A.M. (University of Groningen); Roché Sébastian (CNRS (National Center for Scientific Research), PACTE);
    Publisher: DataverseNL

    Version 1.0 of the EXCEPTIUS project dataset (v.1.0) tracked all exceptional measures in the field of democratic governance/ human rights and international cooperation issued by national authorities in European Union (EU) countries (including UK and Switzerland, excluding Iceland) in order to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic from January to June 2020. The dataset also provides data on the implementation modalities of such measures. Version 2.0 now includes data on measures issued for subnational authorities (Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, UK) and covers the second (July- December 2020) and third (January-April 2021) waves. It also includes a new type event (10, emergency decision-making) allowing to distinguish between countries who implemented a state of emergency (type event 1) and countries which implemented emergency measures without activating state of emergency provisions.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Vicens P; Heredia L; Bustamante E; Pérez Y; Domingo JL; Torrente M;

    The petrochemical industry has made the economic development of many local communities possible, increasing employment opportunities and generating a complex network of closely-related secondary industries. However, it is known that petrochemical industries emit air pollutants, which have been related to different negative effects on mental health. In addition, many people around the world are being exposed to highly stressful situations deriving from the COVID-19 pandemic and the lockdowns adopted by national and regional governments. The present study aims to analyse the possible differential effects on various psychological outcomes (stress, anxiety, depression and emotional regulation strategies) stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic and consequent lockdown experienced by individuals living near an important petrochemical complex and subjects living in other areas, nonexposed to the characteristic environmental pollutants emitted by these kinds of complex. The sample consisted of 1607 subjects who answered an ad hoc questionnaire on lockdown conditions, the Perceived Stress Scale (PSS), the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS), the Barratt Impulsivity Scale (BIS) and the Emotional Regulation Questionnaire (ERQ). The results indicate that people living closer to petrochemical complexes reported greater risk perception [K = 73.42, p < 0.001, with a medium size effect (η = 0.061)]. However, no significant relationship between psychological variables and proximity to the focus was detected when comparing people living near to or far away from a chemical/petrochemical complex. Regarding the adverse psychological effects of the first lockdown due to COVID-19 on the general population in Catalonia, we can conclude that the conditions included in this survey were mai

  • Open Access

    The dataset comprises comments collected from the official Facebook page of the National Institute of Public Health of Kosovo (NIPHK) for a period of 6 months, from March 12 till August 31, 2020. On March 12, the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Kosovo. Comments were retrieved using a tool called Comment Exporter. These comments were in Albanian language and reflect the opinions of Kosovo citizens expressed on Facebook about the Covid-19 pandemics. This dataset contains a total of 10,132 comments along with 12 attributes. THIS DATASET IS ARCHIVED AT DANS/EASY, BUT NOT ACCESSIBLE HERE. TO VIEW A LIST OF FILES AND ACCESS THE FILES IN THIS DATASET CLICK ON THE DOI-LINK ABOVE

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Oncini, Filippo;
    Publisher: UK Data Service
    Project: EC | HUNG (838965)

    The survey aimed to gather data on the impact of the COVID19 outbreak on the food support providers active in Greater Manchester. The lockdown created organizational hurdles to many services providing food to the most vulnerable. The survey explored more in depth the obstacles, the needs and the prospects of 55 organizations that were on the frontline in the first months of the crisis.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Schmalzl, Sophie;
    Country: Netherlands

    Screenshots from the Telegram channels that I analyzed for my MA Thesis 'Vaccine Damages' and 'Lethal Injections': Strategic Communication in German Language Covid-19 Conspiracy Telegram Channel Screenshots were taken on February 10, 2022.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Sparey, Rhys Thomas;
    Publisher: Taylor & Francis

    This article is a study of mourning among Shi'a Muslims during the COVID-19 pandemic through a call-in talk show called #IAMHUSSEINI. By analyzing the discourses of callers and presenters and locating them within a visual context of the television studio, this article shows how the viewership of #IAMHUSSEINI constitutes a televisual majlis (Arabic: ‘assembly') composed of more than passive asynchronous consumption and resembling what Patrick Eisenlohr refers to as ‘atmospheres'. This article argues that the COVID-19 pandemic drove #IAMHUSSEINI to recalibrate to expectations of a spatially proximate ritual, rather than sustaining a ‘natively digital' aesthetic, repurposing Richard Rogers' approach to digital methods. This change brought about a tacit understanding of the televisual majlis among #IAMHUSSEINI's viewers. This article therefore posits a difference between ‘spatial intercorporeality', in which bodies are mediated by spatial proximity, and ‘functional intercorporeality’, in which they are mediated by the material preconditions of a shared activity.

  • Open Access

    COVID-2019 has been recognized as a global threat, and several studies are being conducted in order to contribute to the fight and prevention of this pandemic. This work presents a scholarly production dataset focused on COVID-19, providing an overview of scientific research activities, making it possible to identify countries, scientists and research groups most active in this task force to combat the coronavirus disease. The dataset is composed of 40,215 records of articles' metadata collected from Scopus, PubMed, arXiv and bioRxiv databases from January 2019 to July 2020. Those data were extracted by using the techniques of Python Web Scraping and preprocessed with Pandas Data Wrangling.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Giovanni Spitale;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    The COVID-19 pandemic generated (and keeps generating) a huge corpus of news articles, easily retrievable in Factiva with very targeted queries. This dataset, generated with an ad-hoc parser and NLP pipeline, analyzes the frequency of lemmas and named entities in news articles (in German, French, Italian and English ) regarding Switzerland and COVID-19. The analysis of large bodies of grey literature via text mining and computational linguistics is an increasingly frequent approach to understand the large-scale trends of specific topics. We used Factiva, a news monitoring and search engine developed and owned by Dow Jones, to gather and download all the news articles published between January 2020 and May 2021 on Covid-19 and Switzerland. Due to Factiva's copyright policy, it is not possible to share the original dataset with the exports of the articles' text; however, we can share the results of our work on the corpus. All the information relevant to reproduce the results is provided. Factiva allows a very granular definition of the queries, and moreover has access to full text articles published by the major media outlet of the world. The query has been defined as follows (syntax in bold, explanation in italics): ((coronavirus or Wuhan virus or corvid19 or corvid 19 or covid19 or covid 19 or ncov or novel coronavirus or sars) and (atleast3 coronavirus or atleast3 wuhan or atleast3 corvid* or atleast3 covid* or atleast3 ncov or atleast3 novel or atleast3 corona*)) Keywords for covid19; must appear at least 3 times in the text and ns=(gsars or gout) Subject is “novel coronaviruses” or “outbreaks and epidemics” and “general news” and la=X Language is X (DE, FR, IT, EN) and rst=tmnb Restrict to TMNB (major news and business publications) and wc>300 At least 300 words and date from 20191001 to 20212005 Date interval and re=SWITZ Region is Switzerland It is important to specify some details that characterize the query. The query is not limited to articles published by Swiss media, but to articles regarding Switzerland. The reason is simple: a Swiss user googling for “Schweiz Coronavirus” or for “Coronavirus Ticino” can easily find and read articles published by foreign media outlets (namely, German or Italian) on that topic. If the objective is capturing and describing the information trends to which people are exposed, this approach makes much more sense than limiting the analysis to articles published by Swiss media. Factiva’s field “NS” is a descriptor for the content of the article. “gsars” is defined in Factiva’s documentation as “All news on Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome”, and “gout” as “The widespread occurrence of an infectious disease affecting many people or animals in a given population at the same time”; however, the way these descriptors are assigned to articles is not specified in the documentation. Finally, the query has been restricted to major news and business publications of at least 300 words. Duplicate check is performed by Factiva. Given the incredibly large amount of articles published on COVID-19, this (absolutely arbitrary) restriction allows retrieving a corpus that is both meaningful and manageable. metadata.xlsx contains information about the articles retrieved (strategy, amount) This work is part of the PubliCo research project. This work is part of the PubliCo research project, supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNF). Project no. 31CA30_195905

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Morales-Vives F; Dueñas JM; Ferrando PJ; Vigil-Colet A; Varea MD;

    Several studies in different countries have reported that part of the population does not fully comply with the measures recommended to prevent COVID-19, and therefore poses a risk to public health. For this reason, several measures have been developed to assess the level of compliance, although many of them have methodological limitations or do not include a comprehensive set of items. The main goal of the current study was to develop a new instrument with suitable psychometric properties, which includes a more complete set of items and controls the impact of acquiescence bias. The participants were 1410 individuals (59.2% women) from Spain, who answered the new questionnaire and several items on sociodemographic and attitudinal issues. Exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses were carried out, and the results suggested that only one content factor was underlying the data. This solution was replicated in a different subsample, which shows the stability of the solution. Furthermore, the relationships between the scores of the new questionnaire and the sociodemographic and attitudinal variables are similar to those obtained in previous studies, which can be regarded as evidence of the validity of the new questionnaire.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2021
    Open Access English
    Publisher: Sarajevo : INSAM Institute for Contemporary Artistic Music
    Country: Serbia

    We have before us the sixth issue of INSAM Journal of Contemporary Music, Art and Technology. This is the second issue in a row dedicated to the global crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. After the overwhelming response from all over the world to the call for papers and provocative inspections that ensued, here we wanted to discuss the ways in which technology shapes and enables work in the areas of music, arts, humanities, and the education process, this time inviting our collaborators to discuss the shortcomings and struggles of the working processes in these fields. The main theme, “Music, Art and Humanities in the Time of Global Crisis”, expanded from the Main Theme section into the interviews as well.