The COVID-19 pandemic: first attempts at interdisciplinary analysis in the discourse of social sciences. (Literature review).

Yakimova E.V.


The articles considered in this review represent some first attempts by sociologists and psychologists to provide a conceptual explanation of the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic for humanity as a whole and for local communities, as well as to offer practical recommendations to politicians and social activists. Particular attention is paid to the following processes: deglobalization, weakening of international ties, lockdowns, deepening social inequality and discrimi-nation, forced change in behavioral patterns.


COVID-19 pandemic; deglobalization; post-COVID civilization; social crisis; social sciences in the pandemic era; pandemic sociology; social psychological research in epidemiology; new normal.

DOI: 10.31249/rsoc/2021.02.02

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