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Novidades 

01. Dossiê COVID NO TRABALHO - RESULTADOS PRELIMINARES

Boletim apresenta resultados parciais deste estudo.

 

02. ‘Curados’ da covid-19 seguem com sequelas neurológicas meses depois da alta
Perda de vocabulário, confusão mental, ansiedade e paralisia são alguns dos sintomas que seguem afligindo ex-pacientes de covid-19.

 

03. Atenção: Essa dica foi postada orginalmente pelo Dr José Carlos do Carmo, Kal para os íntimos.
Finalmente recém publicado o dossiê 'Disability and Covid-19', da Disability Studies Quarterly. Enjoy it!

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Vejam destaques e atentem para o fato de que vários artigos estão disponíveis em inglês e PORTUGUÊS.

ACESSANDO O LINK da revista o índice abaixo aparece com links atividados por artigo. É só escolher!

Table of Contents
Prefatory Matter
Introduction to the Special Issue: Disability and Covid-19
Pamela Block, Éverton Luis Pereira, Anahí Guedes de Mello, Dikaios Sakellariou

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Articles
Disabling the Body Politic
Christina Doonan

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"Don't Be a Knucklehead": Moralizing Disability in New Jersey's Pandemic Response and Rhetoric
Emily Brooks

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The Villain Unmasked: COVID-19 and the Necropolitics of the Anti-Mask Movement
Jordan Grunawalt

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The Essential Work of Crip Resistance: Demanding Dignity in Spain's Pandemic Austerity
Erika Rodriguez

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"Can you HEAR my FEAR?" A Korean immigrant with hearing loss reflects on surviving the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States
Joo Young Hong

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De-Masking deafness: Unlearning and Reteaching Disability During a Pandemic
Sara Kersten-Parrish

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Bringing the Pandemic Home: The Shifting Realities of Intimate Violence for Disabled People in the Time of COVID-19
Sam Z. Shelton

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"It feels like we're going back in time": rights of children with Congenital Zika Virus Syndrome and their caregivers in the face of two epidemics
Thais Maria Moreira Valim, Barbara Marciano Marques, Raquel Lustosa

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Children and adolescents with disabilities in Brazil: effects of the COVID-19 pandemic
Luciana Alves Drumond Almeida, Mellanie Fontes-Dutra

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Co-exploring the effects of COVID-19 pandemic on the livelihood of persons with disabilities in Bangladesh
Adity Shayontony Das, Fatema Akter Bonny, Arifa Bente Mohosin, Sabina Faiz Rashid, Md Tanvir Hasan

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The paradox of "remote working" in Covid-19 pandemic times: disability, inclusion, and accessibility in Brazil
Valéria Aydos, Daniela Navarini, Bernardo Oliveira

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Lives turned upside down in COVID-19 times: exploring disabled people's experiences in 5 low-and-middle income countries using narrative interviews
Mary Wickenden, Jackie Shaw, Stephen Thompson, Brigitte Rohwerder

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Expanding the meaning of citizenship: "evacuation" of people with disabilities in Russia from the institutions during COVID-19
Alfiya Battalova

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Let them go! Compassionate release for disabled prisoners with chronic health conditions during the COVID-19 public health emergency
Sara Schotland

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Stimming, Improvisation, and COVID-19: (Re)negotiating Autistic Sensory Regulation During a Pandemic
Erin Felepchuk

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Smartphones, Disability and the Australian Experience of the COVID-19 Pandemic for People who are Blind and with Low Vision
Katie Ellis, Mike Kent, Kathryn Locke, Leanne McRae, Duc Dau Dau, Gwyneth Peaty

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Reports on the materiality of disability in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic from a damaged land
Nádia Meinerz, Débora Allebrandt, Agaítalo Vasconcelos Júnior

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