Tag: vaccine

BioNTainer – A Manufacturing Solution for Africa or Circumventing Capacity?

Redakteur , May 9th, 2022


Hide Press Release (2 Less Words) Uli Beisel On the occasion of the EU-Africa Summit in February this year in Brussels, several African Heads of State and public…


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Understanding Covid Vaccine Resistance

Laura Haapio-Kirk , January 19th, 2022


Authors: Sheba Mohammid and Daniel Miller Right now, Trinidad and Tobago are suffering amongst the highest death rate from Covid in the world. As small islands, everyone seems…


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#Proudtobeprotected: Selfie booths and framing the self for visibility

Rebecca_Irons , December 6th, 2021


RAHUL ADVANI In April and May 2021, the deadly second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic in India, driven largely by the delta variant, saw the country’s collapsing healthcare…


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“Not the Chinese, I’m a Pfizer girl!” The covert politics of pharmaceutical branding in Covid struck Hungary

Rebecca_Irons , May 13th, 2021


ARIEL BINETH HUNGARY. The country has one of the highest death rates of COVID-19 globally.1 Hospitals are filled with ICU patients at some places outnumbering staff 5:1.2 Nurses…


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Vaccine envy and vaccine snobbery – why we look a gift horse in the mouth when it comes to the Covid-19 vaccine

Rebecca_Irons , May 6th, 2021


MARIA LARRAIN The vaccine rollout has been well-underway in the UK since Margaret Keenan was the first person in the world to receive the Pfizer Covid-19 jab in…


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Between Jab Lines and Pandemic Orientalism in Urban Sri Lanka

Rebecca_Irons , March 16th, 2021


VICHITRA GODAMUNNE & RAPTI SIRIWARDANE-DE ZOYSA  The global COVID-19 vaccination drive has been steeped in geopolitical rivalries, captured not in the least within mainstream Euro-America…


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Between Jab Lines and Pandemic Orientalism in Urban Sri Lanka

Rebecca_Irons , March 16th, 2021


VICHITRA GODAMUNNE & RAPTI SIRIWARDANE-DE ZOYSA  The global COVID-19 vaccination drive has been steeped in geopolitical rivalries, captured not in the least within mainstream Euro-American med…


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Vaccinating vaccines: Ethnography and the info-politics of public health

Rebecca_Irons , February 26th, 2021


DAN ARTUS What exactly can an ethnography of vaccination hope to achieve? And how could one be undertaken? Although any given individual is likely to have received multiple…


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Vaccinating vaccines: Ethnography and the info-politics of public health

Rebecca_Irons , February 26th, 2021


DAN ARTUS What exactly can an ethnography of vaccination hope to achieve? And how could one be undertaken? Although any given individual is likely to have received multiple…


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The (Anthropological) Vaccine Rush

Rebecca_Irons , February 22nd, 2021


BEN KASSTAN It would be an understatement to say I rushed to the Jerusalem Arena stadium to receive the COVID-19 vaccination last week. Rolling down my sleeve after…


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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – Vaccines in View: Social Science Perspectives on COVID-19 Vaccinations

Rebecca_Irons , February 22nd, 2021


Incorporating pandemic public health, social inequalities, geopolitics, conspiracies and beyond, COVID-19 vaccines find themselves at the centre of the most significant debates of our time. As anthro…


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Vaccine hesitancy is not correlated with social media penetration at country-level in Europe

Alberto Acerbi , June 20th, 2019


The Wellcome Trust has recently (yesterday) released the 2018 Global Monitor, a 140,000 people survey on how ‘people around the world think and feel about science and major…


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