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  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
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    Authors: 
    Schmidt-Sane, Megan; Said, Maurice; Brunec, Anja; Vodopivec, Neža; Seeberg, Jens;

    This episode of EPICAST includes discussions with social scientists working with Sonar-Global on vulnerability assessments and community engagement during the COVID-19 pandemic. We highlight the method of ‘vulnerability assessments’ and how they improve our understanding of vulnerability and social exclusion in the context of infectious disease threats. We also discuss work around community engagement and the importance of dialogue with people in need to identify adaptive public health models that improve lives before, during, and after, an epidemic. We include findings from Malta, Slovenia, and Denmark. This episode of EPICAST includes discussions with social scientists working with Sonar-Global on vulnerability assessments and community engagement during the COVID-19 pandemic. We highlight the method of ‘vulnerability assessments’ and how they improve our understanding of vulnerability and social exclusion in the context of infectious disease threats. We also discuss work around community engagement and the importance of dialogue with people in need to identify adaptive public health models that improve lives before, during, and after, an epidemic. We include findings from Malta, Slovenia, and Denmark.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2021
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    Authors: 
    Abildgaard, Mette Simonsen; Højlund, Marie; Petersen, Sandra Lori;

    This is the second special issue of the Journal of Sonic Studies on the topic Sound at Home. In the original call for papers, we asked scholars from a variety of disciplines to engage with home sounds – everyday sounds such as the hum of appliances, the babble of water piping, the chatter of media or the creaking of a wooden floor; sounds that seep in from other homes and from the world outside (traffic, music, shouting, etc.); disconcerting, unfamiliar sounds of places that have become a temporary home; or sounds that go unheard in their familiarity – using a wide range of approaches and methods. The call was sent out in February 2020, just before much of public life around the globe came to a halt in response to the unfolding Covid-19 pandemic. Despite these challenging circumstances, we received an unexpectedly large number of exciting submissions from a variety of perspectives and decided to split the special issue up into two: The first issue (JSS21) was published before the summer of 2021 and consists of submissions that analyze, through diverse approaches, home sounds, focusing on sonic territoriality, materiality, and the concept of home beyond the traditional family dwelling.This second issue (JSS22) consists of contributions dealing with a number of closely related topics, namely, the home in its relation to the outside world, sonic communities within or in spite of isolation, and vocal expression as part of or in defiance of this isolation. Instead of offering a brief overview of these papers in this introduction, we would like to take the opportunity here to call attention to some interesting rhythms and trends in the scholarly investigation of sounds in the home that have surfaced across both issues.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2021
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    Authors: 
    Rytter, Mikkel;
  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2021
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    Authors: 
    Baunvig, Katrine Frøkjær;
  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2021
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    Authors: 
    Köhn, Steffen; Siré, Nestor;

    When the COVID-19 pandemic led to scarcities in government-run shops, many inhabitants of Cuba’s capital Havana turned to chat groups in order to access everyday products. Messaging applications such as Telegram and WhatsApp replaced the traditional black market in Cuba for accessing food, hygiene products, medication and other basic necessities. During the government's #quedateencasa (stay at home) campaign, some of the groups quickly garnered members in the ten thousands, and became an inescapable necessity for many Habaneros seeking to fulfil their daily needs.Digital black markets are nothing new in Cuba, despite persistent internet scarcity. Since 2007, the classifieds website Revolico has facilitated the exchange of foreign consumer products such as smartphones, computers or clothes by international brands that are imported into the country by importers (so-called mulas). The recent expansion of internet access has created new opportunities for illicit e-commerce. The rapid success of chat groups as online market spaces became possible only when the government introduced a 3G network in December 2018, enabling smartphone owners to finally be able to enjoy a reliable internet connection.Based on long-term research, Basic Necessities offers a startling documentation of societal needs in a time of crisis. The project allows us to see in what products are currently in high demand; what goods are available through state distribution channels; what are impossible to obtain and even what the current price of a kilogram of chicken meat is.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2021
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    Authors: 
    Møller, Jane Ege; Atherton, Helen; Brøgger, Matilde Nisbeth;

    The Covid-19 pandemic has made email consultations more pertinent. This sheet outlines tips and key recommendations for email consultation use for healthcare professionals.

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    Authors: 
    Donovan, Maria Margaret O;
    Publisher: Center for Undervisningsudvikling og Digitale Medier, Aarhus Universitet
    Country: Denmark

    A short brief on COVID-19 responses in higher education, highlighting challenges and adaptations, resources and persepctives globally

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
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    Authors: 
    Kühle, Lene; Vinding, Niels Valdemar;
    Publisher: Eurel
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    Authors: 
    Larsen, Tina Langholm; Mauritsen, Anne Lundahl; Kühle, Lene; Borup, Jørn; Fibiger, Marianne Qvortrup;
    Publisher: Aarhus Universitet
    Country: Denmark
  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
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    Authors: 
    Guldin, Mai-Britt;