Expertise from the humanities and social sciences is essential for governmental responses to COVID-19

Pickersgill, Martyn and Smith, Matthew (2021) Expertise from the humanities and social sciences is essential for governmental responses to COVID-19. Journal of Global Health, 11. pp. 1-3. 03081. ISSN 2047-2978

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    Abstract

    Researchers from the humanities and social sciences can help governments emerge and recover from COVID-19, yet their perspectives continue to be ignored and marginalised. Humanities and social science research can provide the political, historical, cultural, social, and economic insights to deepen our understanding of the pandemic, how it has been experienced, how to overcome it, and how best to learn from it.

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    Pickersgill, Martyn and Smith, Matthew ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9267-2124;