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The Psychology of Covid-19: Building Resilience for Future Pandemics
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The Psychology of Covid-19: Building Resilience for Future Pandemics

First Edition


January 2021 | 192 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
The Psychology of Covid-19 explores how the coronavirus pandemic is giving rise to a new order in our personal lives, societies, and politics. Rooted in systematic research on Covid-19 and previous pandemics, this book describes how people perceive and respond to Covid-19, and how it has impacted a broad range of domains, including lifestyle, politics, science, mental health, media, and meaning in life. Building on this, the book then sets out how we can improve our psychological and social resilience, to safeguard ourselves against the psychological effects of future pandemics.
 
Chapter 1: The World Risk Society
 
Chapter 2: Natural Risks: Uncertain Science
 
Chapter 3: Social Risks: Uncertain Politicians
 
Chapter 4: Media Risks: Uncertain Journalists
 
Chapter 5: Risk Perception: Uncertain Interpretations
 
Chapter 6: Mental Health Risks: Uncertain Minds
 
Chapter 7: Existential Risks: Uncertain Life
 
Chapter 8: The World Resilience Society

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ISBN: 9781529751802
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