The Special Concern, Quantity 10, of Inter College takes up the topic of resonance in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic and its ensuing societal shifts. For, the pandemic this 12 months (2020) reminded us far more than ever that we stay in ‘VUCA’ – volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity. Numerous factors that applied to be taken for granted up right up until a 12 months in the past crumbled abruptly and globally. The pandemic struck many elements or our societies these kinds of as public well being, economic system and social bonds therefore uncovering the vulnerability of the modern day modern society. Universities are no exception to this. Just as one particular country by by itself simply cannot deal with these world-wide challenges, neither can these problems be solved by a one self-discipline.
Resonance then, offers voice to particular person researchers from a broad spectrum of the human and social sciences. From their diverse views and interpretations of the existing upheavals dealing with our up to date societies, a wider consideration becomes clear – that humankind is at a vital turning level in relation to the planet and its organic earth.
Search phrases: resonance, affect of Covid-19, VUCA, pandemic, solidarity, anthropocene, care, social length, social discrimination, schooling
Peer Reviewed Content
Christopher ELSON, French, Canadian and European Scientific tests (Canada) – In the Covid: Some Reflections for Our Resonant Condition
Thierry MARTIN, Logiques de l’agir (France) – La pandémie de 2020 : peur des autres, peur pour les autres incertitude et dogmatisme
Eric MACÉ, Social Sciences of Contemporary Improve (France) – The Anthropocene Turning Issue: A New Historicity of Social Relations
Andrej BEKEŠ, Asian Experiments (Slovenia) – Dissonance: Coexistence with Foreigners vs. Coronavirus Epidemic Countermeasures in Japan
Elena BOVO, Logiques de l’agir (France) – Confinement et foule virtuelle : Rationalité médicale et panique collective
Thomas BRISSON, Political Science (France) – The ‘World After’: On the Pandemic and the Anthropocene
Aleš BU?AR RU?Person, Felony Justice and Stability (Slovenia) – What Does the (In)means to React to the Covid-19 Coronavirus Reveal About Our Societies?
Irina CHONGAROVA-ARON, Organization Faculty (Uk) – Reflections on Particular Experiences of Migration During the Recent Pandemic in the Context of Psychotherapeutic Interaction
Luka CULIBERG, Asian Scientific tests (Slovenia) – Quo Vadis, University?
John EADE, Social Sciences (Uk) – The 2020 Pandemic and Towns: London as a Scenario Examine
Salah HANNACHI, Tunisia-Japan Friendship Association (Tunisia) – Lessons from COVID-19: Human Solidarity a Third Pillar for TICAD
Joji KIJIMA, World-wide Initiatives (Japan) — A different Time of Renewal: Pandemics, Energy, and Expertise
Giorgio MARINONI and Hilligje van’t LAND, Global Affiliation of Universities (Intercontinental/France) – Consequences of COVID-19 on Future Modern society: Some Reflections from the Bigger Training Sector
Raimundo OLFOS, Soledad ESTRELLA, Instituto de Matemáticas (Chile) and Masami ISODA, Analysis on Intercontinental Cooperation in Instructional Improvement (Japan) – A Chilean Instructional Initiative to Mitigate the Effects on Mathematics Finding out in Quality 1 Learners For the duration of the Covid-19 Lockdown
Vesna PO?GAJ Experienced?I, Department of Slavistics (Slovenia) – The Effects of Covid-19: From a Tradition of Teaching In direction of a Tradition of Understanding
Daniel LEBAUD, ELLIAD (France) – De Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité aux mots pour dire la pandémie de la Covid-19
Rajko MURŠI?, Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology (Slovenia) – Pandemic in a Globalised Environment: Slovenian Perspectives
Ioan ROXIN, Multimedia Centre (France) – Quel apprentissage après cette expérience philosophique planétaire ?
Jun IKEDA, Humanities and Social Sciences (Japan) – Foreword
Saburo AOKI, Humanities and Social Sciences (Japan) – About Resonance
Title of journal:
Inter School – Journal of Interdisciplinary Investigation in Human and Social Sciences
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