Community Change is an online, peer-reviewed, graduate student journal that explores multiple approaches to democratic community development and change. This interdisciplinary journal examines the practices, processes, and individual and collective struggles that produce social and political change at all levels of society. Community Change adopts a broad definition of community development that includes issues relating to public policy, democratization, collective action, physical/digital and social infrastructure developments, agency, and efficacy. Community Change aims to provide opportunities for graduate students to become acquainted with academic publication processes.
The COVID-19 pandemic has illuminated myriad ways that transmission occurs. The transmission of the coronavirus and efforts to mitigate it, of course, have been primary focuses in numerous sectors of society. Beyond this, the transmission of misinformation, political ideas, resources, and stories, among other things, have been central features of life in the COVID-19 era.
Ambiguity around cultural practices and policy in the “late” pandemic has also sparked widespread debate around the subject of transition. With the most recent comparable public health crisis having occurred over a century ago during the 1918 influenza pandemic, how are various sectors of society transitioning out of the most dire phase of the COVID-19 pandemic into the present?
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