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Enjoying listening to @latrobelaw's Tarryn Phillips & @DALupton talking about "The politics of preparing for a pandemic" - and the sociology of it, obviously. 😄
TarrynPhillips notes that alongside the literal viral contagion of #COVID19, we saw "social contagion" right back in March, exemplified in the Toilet Paper Panic Buying. TP took on a symbolic weight, representing comfort, normalcy, dignity (&, presumably hygiene!).
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Last week our pharmacy told us their suppliers literally had NO sterile gloves +some other basic wound care supplies available!
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...that feels relevant, even though you’re describing a *physical* part that you’re disidentified from, and the article is talking in terms of psychological concepts.

journal.workthatreconnects.org/2018/07/20/ide…
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