Pandemija COVID-19 in njene družbene posledice

Predgovor urednic

Avtorji

  • Ksenija Vidmar Horvat Univerza v Ljubljani, Filozofska fakulteta
  • Maruša Pušnik Univerza v Ljubljani, Fakulteta za družbene vede

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/ars.15.1.5-12

Ključne besede:

posledice pandemije, kriza, družbene tranformacije, družbeno-kulturni vidiki pandemije

Povzetek

Za vsako krizo, vključujoč zdravstveno, stoji preplet socialnih, ekonomskih, političnih in etičnih tokov upravljanja življenja (governmentality); naloga kritičnega družboslovja in humanistike je odgovoriti na krizo pandemije s predlogi za alternativne modele upravljanja z javnim dobrim. V omejenem obsegu tega sklopa je ambicija lahko le omejena. V pričujočem tematskem bloku o pandemiji COVID-19 smo zbrali družboslovno-humanistične vpoglede v družbeno-kulturne vidike pandemije in t. i. »korona krize«. Bogat nabor člankov tako razmišlja o pandemiji onkraj medicinsko-tehnicističnih premislekov, ko na eni strani ponuja filozofsko-sociološko navdihnjene razprave o družbenih in političnih implikacijah pandemije, na drugi strani pa postreže s konkretnimi sociološko-komunikološkimi empiričnimi študijami o življenju s pandemijo v slovenski družbi. Tematski blok, razdeljen na tri dele, pa je v zadnjem delu obogaten še z dvema kulturološkima premišljevanjema o pomenu pandemije za kulturni prostor, ki je pod njenim vplivom doživel številne preobrazbe.

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20.07.2021

Kako citirati

Vidmar Horvat, K., & Pušnik, M. (2021). Pandemija COVID-19 in njene družbene posledice: Predgovor urednic. Ars &Amp; Humanitas, 15(1), 5–12. https://doi.org/10.4312/ars.15.1.5-12