Economists’ inequality narratives (on Twitter) before and after the COVID-19 outbreak

Excerpt2: Inequality-related narratives can be created, circulated and employed at two distinct but intertwined debate levels. The first one is made by scholarly and scientific debates, which are mostly carried out by academic researchers and field experts, specialised in the measurement, analysis and modeling of specific types of inequalities, like inequalities of access to health and care services.
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Carlo R. M. A. Santagiustina. Facilitating citizens’ and scholars’ understanding of social inequality narratives is one of the end objectives of MUHAI. Figure 1: Investigating...

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Making sense of events within a story

Excerpt2: We are constantly building a posteriori stories about how events happened, and about how you can make connections to come up with a coherent whole. To some extent, it is an extension of the Five W's - Who? What? When? Where? Why? -, the five questions that are considered the most basic in problem solving.
autore: Inès Blin.
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Inès Blin, CSL.  Opening of the Estates-General in Versailles 5 May 1789. It was a general assembly gathering the three estates at the time: the clergy (First), the nobility...

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Talking (online) about inequality: Towards an observatory on inequality narratives

Excerpt2: Part of the MUHAI objectives is developing tools to help humans understand media materials, such as tweets or  articles, on critical social issues, in particular socio-economic inequality.
autore: Carlo R. M. A. Santagiustina
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Carlo R. M. A. Santagiustina. “Storytelling is a means by which representatives of new communities may introduce their views into the dialogue about the way society should be...

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Understanding Society

Excerpt2: Why are the neighbourhoods in some cities sharply divided along income boundaries, while in other cities not? Was this always the case in different periods of history? And in different cultures? Has social mobility increased or decreased over time? Why does life expectancy correlate with income?
autore: Lise Stork
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Lise Stork, VUA.   Why are the neighbourhoods in some cities sharply divided along income boundaries, while in other cities not? Was this always the case in different periods...

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