Coronavirus is revitalising the concept of community for the 21st century

With more than a third of the world’s population in lockdown, there are widespread fears of social breakdown. As a historian of loneliness, I have recently been interviewed by journalists in Brazil, France, Chile and Australia, all pondering the same problems: what will the long-term effects of social isolation be? What techniques or habits might help us learn how to be alone?

Publisher: The Conversation | Author: Fay Bound Alberti

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community, covid-19 aftermath, and lockdown
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2020-04-28 (Modified: 2021-05-18)

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