The Lockdown Chronicles 37: Stuart

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Stuart Hall (Kingston, Jamaica, 1932– London, England, UK, 2014) was an influential British sociologist, cultural theorist, campaigner and founding editor of the New Left Review. Hall was one of the co-founders of the school of thought now known as British Cultural Studies or The Birmingham School of Cultural Studies [Wikipedia entry] [Guardian Obituary]

Text sources: UK Research and Innovation (27 May 2020) Why do people from ethnic minorities suffer more from COVID-19?. Available from https://coronavirusexplained.ukri.org/en/article/cad0011/ [Accessed 5 June 2020], CC-BY UKRI; Hall, S. (1991) “Old and New Identities, Old and New Ethnicities”, in Essential Essays, Volume 2: Identity and Diaspora, edited by David Morley, Duke University Press, 2018.

Source image: Portrait photograph of Stuart Hall (.ca 1985). Available publicly via the Open University Digital Archive under The Open University conditions of use, and reused here under fair dealing for educational use. © 2018 The Open University. This comic strip CC-BY-NC-SA

References

UK Research and Innovation (27 May 2020) Why do people from ethnic minorities suffer more from COVID-19?. Available from https://coronavirusexplained.ukri.org/en/article/cad0011/ [Accessed 5 June 2020]

Hall, S. (1991) “Old and New Identities, Old and New Ethnicities”, in Essential Essays, Volume 2: Identity and Diaspora, edited by David Morley, Duke University Press, 2018.

Stokes P. 2011 Census: Key Statistics and Quick Statistics for Local Authorities in the United Kingdom. Office for National Statistics. 2013 Oct. Available fromhttps://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/populationandmigration/populationestimates/bulletins/keystatisticsandquickstatisticsforlocalauthoritiesintheunitedkingdom/2013-10-11 [Accessed 5 June 2020]

Khunti K, Singh AK, Pareek M, Hanif W. Is ethnicity linked to incidence or outcomes of covid-19? BMJ. 2020 Apr;369:m1548. DOI: 10.1136/bmj.m1548.

The Lockdown Chronicles is a series of periodical comic strips made at night (in candlelight!) adapting and reusing openly-licensed or public domain items from online digital collections. Publication and tweetage are scheduled in advance. Historical sources are adapted and updated for the current pandemic; please refer to each strip’s references on each post for further context.  Catch up with the series at https://epriego.blog/tag/the-lockdown-chronicles/.

A Dataset of 8,438 Research Papers with Keywords “racial” and “ethnicity”

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I have shared a file containing a sheet with a list of 8, 348 journal articles obtained from a basic search for the keywords “racial” and “etchnicity” in research papers mentioned online anytime as tracked by Altmetric.

Priego, Ernesto (2014) Altmetric Report of All Mentioned Articles with Keywords “racial” and “ethnicity” as of 28 August 2014 12:00 BST  figshare. http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1153816

The file contains a sheet with the list of all 8,438 bibliographic entries, including DOIs and URLs, and mention counts on different Web services as tracked by Altmetric.

The entries are ordered from the highest-scoring (best quality of online attention) down. The Altmetric score is a quantative measure of the quality and quantity of attention that a scholarly article has received.

I have edited the spreadsheet adding columns H, I and J, hoping any users of this data are interested in adding the type of access, license and, if applicable, price of each output.

This file has been shared with the intention of creating awareness of the scientific/academic literature mentioning the above-mentioned keywords being mentioned online as currently tracked by the altmetrics service employed to obtain the dataset. Data might require refining and deduplication.

Please note that the academic disciplines and methodologies represented in this dataset reflect the sources curated by the service employed. This is an unedited report obtained through a basic automated search so not all entries might be considered relevant and users will require to refine the data to fit their own needs. There is some very interesting and useful stuff there.

I created and shared this file with a Creative Commons- Attribution license (CC-BY) for non-profit academic research and educational use.

Data obtained with the Altmetric Explorer, available at http://www.altmetric.com/

If you use or refer to this data in any way please cite and link back using the citation information above.