COVID-19 and Sociological Research

As a sociologist, I am analyzing and interpreting the social impacts of COVID-19 across the global contexts during this time of uncertainty and frustration. I aim to examine how social inequality exacerbates during the COVID-19 crisis, with a comparative focus on Chinese and American societies.

Hyde, Allen, Angran Li, and Amanda Maltbie. 2021. “Bringing Inequalities to the Fore: The Effects of the Coronavirus Pandemic and Other Disasters on Educational Inequalities in the United States.” In Social Justice and Education in the 21st Century, pp. 381-400. Springer, Cham.

Li, Angran, Zhen Liu, Mengsha Luo, and Yan Wang. 2021 “Human mobility restrictions and inter-provincial migration during the COVID-19 crisis in China.Chinese Sociological Review 53(1):87-113.

Li, Angran and Allen Hyde. 2020. “A Slow Start on an Urgent Crisis: How Lack of Health Insurance Helps Explain Deficiencies in Coronavirus Testing in U.S States.Contexts Blog.