Whole Person Promotion, Women, and the Post-Pandemic Era: Impact and Future Outlooks

Whole Person Promotion, Women, and the Post-Pandemic Era: Impact and Future Outlooks

Michelle Crosby (Corvinus University, Hungary) and Julianna Faludi (Corvinus University, Hungary)
Release Date: May, 2022|Copyright: © 2022 |Pages: 250
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-2364-6
ISBN13: 9781668423646|ISBN10: 1668423642|EISBN13: 9781668423660|ISBN13 Softcover: 9781668423653
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The COVID-19 pandemic both accelerated social and household inequalities and made them more visible as the spatial and social divide between work and home life was broken down. Historically, during times of crisis or huge systematic change, women have served as shock absorbers. Shock absorption of systemic change by women, as well as that of our planet’s natural resources, is not a new phenomenon, and this dynamic persisted even during state socialism; however, in the current institutional setups, there seems to be no logical solution because of the orientation around marketization and externalization by central actors. Currently, during a time of great precarity in our “digital revolution,” old institutions are still counting on women, the planet, and other vulnerable groups to support this transformation, with no clear protection of “whole personhood.”

Whole Person Promotion, Women, and the Post-Pandemic Era: Impact and Future Outlooks provides the latest empirical research findings in the post-pandemic era with the household as the central unit of analysis. It improves understanding of how old institutions persist and are even reinforced during times of crisis as well as generates a discussion about to what extent there is variation in experiences, how satisfied we are with these dynamics, and what internal and external interactions we can attribute to the world that we envision. Covering topics such as individual wellbeing, platform capitalism, and gender inequality, this premier reference source is a dynamic resource for lawyers, policymakers, government officials, politicians, business leaders, managers, economists, non-profit organizations, libraries, students and faculty of higher education, sociologists, anthropologists, researchers, and academicians.

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The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • “Momcession”
  • Automation
  • COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Crisis and Violence
  • Gender Inequality
  • Gender Violence
  • Impacts of Music-Making
  • Individual Wellbeing
  • Need Fulfillment
  • Pandemic Impact and Challenges
  • Platform Capitalism
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Editor/Author Biographies

Michelle Crosby is an active Social Scientist with background in Research Methods and Evaluation working in the international affairs industry. She is interested in Teaching, Critical Theory and Analysis, Quantitative Research, Qualitative Research and Research Design.

Julianna Faludi, PhD, is Associate Professor and Sociologist at Corvinus University of Budapest. She obtained her PhD in Local Development and Global Dynamics at the University of Trento, and a PhD in Sociology at Corvinus University of Budapest. Julianna Faludi is an active Professor at the Doctoral School of Business and Management, where she is responsible for the expansion of the International Network of scholars. Julianna is a Founding member of the Karl Polanyi Research Center at CUB. She is involved in teaching various courses at international business programmes from MBA, MA, BA. Her publishing activity encompasses fields related to the digital economy, innovation, technology and society. She is an active consultant in the field of social startups, social impact and sustainability. Julianna is a member of several editorial boards.

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