Abstract A growing body of research has highlighted the disproportionately negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on women globally. This article contributes to this work by interrogating the lived realities of sixty-four women in the United Kingdom through semi-structured in-depth interviews, undertaken during the first and second periods of lockdown associated with COVID-19 in 2020. […]
By Peter Baker Men’s excess burden of mortality from COVID-19 seems clear. In the USA, the CDC’s COVID Data Tracker reported that, by 6 July, 54% of all deaths were male. In some countries, including The Netherlands, Denmark, Dominican Republic and Romania, around twice as many men as women have died. Globally, the WHO has […]
By Amon Ashaba Mwiine Emerging public discourses around the COVID-19 crisis have characterised this pandemic as unprecedented and disruptive. How exactly do such global disruptions of unprecedented nature affect men and masculinities? What kind of narratives around men and masculinities did Corona Virus and its associated preventive measures set off? What do such narratives teach […]
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