BeskrivelseThis Open Access book examines many of the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic through the distinctive lens of civility. The idea of civility appears often in both public and academic debates, and a polarized political climate frequently leads to allegations of uncivil speech and behaviour. Norms of civility are always contested, even more so in moments of crisis such as a global pandemic. A focus on civility provides crucial insight and guidance on how to navigate the social and political challenges resulting from COVID-19. Furthermore, it offers a framework through which citizens and policymakers can better understand the causes and consequences of incivility, and devise ways to recover civility in our social and political lives.
10:00 Welcome and Introduction – Dr Giulia Bistagnino (University of Milan)
10:15 Book overview
Dr Matteo Bonotti (Monash University)
Dr Steven T. Zech (Monash University)
Dr Derek Edyvane (University of Leeds)
Dr Sune Lægaard (Roskilde University)
Dr Suzanne Whitten (Queen’s University Belfast)
11:00 Authors’ response and Q&A
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|Periode||21 sep. 2021|
|Begivenhedstitel||Online Book Symposium on Matteo Bonotti and Steven T. Zech Recovering Civility During COVID-19|
|Grad af anerkendelse||International|
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