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The COVID-19 Shock to Our Deep Inequities: Mitigating the Impact
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The COVID-19 Shock to Our Deep Inequities: Mitigating the Impact

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March 2022 | 201 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc

The COVID-19 pandemic affected nearly every aspect of household health, as well as the social and economic well-being of individuals and communities across the United States. This volume of The ANNALS focuses on how and where the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated preexisting inequalities in all these areas, as well as on potential strategies to address or at least mitigate them.

This volume highlights the social and economic equivalent risks and consequences of the pandemic and how they intersect with each other. The authors explore the places and populations that were most vulnerable to COVID deaths and where they coincided with vulnerability to high levels of deaths of despair. They also used metrics of well-being to explore COVID’s spillover effects—uncertainty, high levels of unemployment, and social isolation, among other things—on vulnerable populations.

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Carol Graham and Michal Grinstein-Weiss
Introduction: The COVID-19 Shock to Our Deep Inequities: How to Mitigate the Impact
Jonathan Rothwell and Ember Smith
Socioeconomic Status as a Risk Factor in Economic and Physical Harm from COVID-19: Evidence from the United States
Bradley Hardy, Charles Hokayem, and Stephen Roll
Crashing without a Parachute: Racial and Educational Disparities in Unemployment during COVID-19
Michal Grinstein-Weiss, Yung Chun, Stephen Roll, and Jason Jabbari
Do Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Savings and Job Loss during COVID-19 Explain Disparities in Housing Hardships? A Moderated Mediation Analysis
Emily Dobson, Carol Graham, and Ethan Dodd
When Public Health Crises Become Entwined: How Trends in COVID-19, Deaths of Despair, and Well-Being Track across the United States
Shannon M. Monnat
Rural-Urban Variation in COVID-19 Experiences and Impacts among U.S. Working-Age Adults
Brian E. McGarry and David C. Grabowski
Nursing Homes and COVID-19: A Crisis on Top of a Crisis
Terri Friedline, Anna K. Wood, Mikal Wheatley, Seyoung Oh, and Haotian Zheng
Doubling Down on Racial Capitalism during COVID-19: Qualitative Interviews with Bank Employees
Edward F. Lawlor
COVID-19 as America’s Stress Test

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