The Routledge Companion to Gender and Covid-19
Linda C. McClain and Aziza Ahmed
The Routledge Companion to Gender and Covid-19 is the first comprehensive research guide for researchers and students who seek to study and evaluate the complex relationship between gender and COVID-19.
This interdisciplinary collection touches on two major themes: first, how gender played a central role in shaping access to testing, treatment, and vaccines. Second, how the pandemic not only deepened existing gender inequalities, but also those along the lines of race, class, sexuality, disability, and immigration status.
Bringing together a diverse range of international scholars across a range of disciplinary perspectives, this intersectional and comparative focus on Covid explores topics including the pandemic’s impact on families, employment, childcare and elder care, human rights, as well as gender and political economy and leadership, public health law, disability rights, and abortion access.
The Routledge Companion to Gender and Covid-19 is an essential volume for scholars and students of Law, Gender Studies, Sociology, Health, Economics and Politics.
health and gender, Covid-19, gender inequality, pandemic impact
Health Law and Policy | Law | Law and Gender
McClain, Linda C. and Ahmed, Aziza, "The Routledge Companion to Gender and Covid-19" (2024). Books. 361.