Speaking of tech interventions, Jeffrey Aaron Snyder made a similar point in "Higher Education in the Age of Coronavirus." He noted the mass migration to online instruction lacks the interpersonal feedback of classroom instruction. Conversely, I'll add that the Census Bureau mobilizes Census takers to homes and communities for the most aggregate of data. But assessing for social determinants of health during a pandemic? Well, there's the mantra "we're all in this together" and -- so the authors say -- apps for contact tracing.
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Jubalyn ExWilliams lives in Pennsylvania (United States). You can find her writings and commentaries, including one on "The New Politics of Care" by Gonsalves Kapczynski, at landturn.com/blog.
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