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The Dictionary of Coronavirus Culture

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The Dictionary of Coronavirus Culture presents an A-Z of life in lockdown.

 

Taking everyday terms that capture the lived experience of lockdown — like chocolate, streaming, ageing, health, clapping, social distancing, dystopia, and frontline workers — and discussing them with a range of writers, theorists, and academics, it provides unusually accessible and friendly analysis of our shared historic moment.

 

With contributions from Lynne Segal, Jo Grady, Kate Soper, Stefano Harney, and many more, The Dictionary of Coronavirus Culture is designed to help us come to terms with what COVID-19 and the associated lockdowns mean for us, and the world around us.

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Alan Bradshaw

Alan Bradshaw is a Professor of Marketing at Royal Holloway, University of London and Associate Editor at the Journal of Macromarketing and the Journal of Marketing Management.

Authors

  • Alan Bradshaw

    Alan Bradshaw is a Professor of Marketing at Royal Holloway, University of London and Associate Editor at the Journal of Macromarketing and the Journal of Marketing Management.

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    Joel Hietanen is Associate Professor in the Centre for Consumer Society Research in the University of Helsinki and has publishes extensively in the field of marketing, consumer culture, and videography.

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