The authors, editors of the special issue of Sociologia del lavoro dedicated to artistic work, invited by the journals editorial board, offer a first reflection on the effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic on the the whole arts and entertainment sector. Informally shared with scholars and professionals. The reflection starts by focussing on the challenges brought by the pandemic at two main levels of analysis, both discussed in this issue: the rules and mechanisms regulating artistic work; the models and concepts offered by sociology to its study.

Artistic work in pandemic times

Casula, Clementina;Bertolini, Sonia;
2020-01-01

Abstract

The authors, editors of the special issue of Sociologia del lavoro dedicated to artistic work, invited by the journals editorial board, offer a first reflection on the effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic on the the whole arts and entertainment sector. Informally shared with scholars and professionals. The reflection starts by focussing on the challenges brought by the pandemic at two main levels of analysis, both discussed in this issue: the rules and mechanisms regulating artistic work; the models and concepts offered by sociology to its study.
COVID-19 global pandemic; artistic work; sociology of work
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