Apollo's arrow : the profound and enduring impact of coronavirus on the way we live / Nicholas A. Christakis.  (Text) (Text)

Christakis, Nicholas A
Call no.: WA105 .C517 2020Publication: New York : Little, Brown Spark, 2020Description: xvi, 368 p. : ill., mapsISBN: 9780316628211 (hbk.); 0316628212 (hbk.)Other title: Impact of coronavirus on the way we live [Portion of title]Subject(s): EpidemicsCOVID-19 (Disease) -- Social aspectsCOVID-19 (Disease) -- Psychological aspectsPhysical fitness
Contents:An infinitesimal thing -- An old enemy returns -- Pulling apart -- Grief, fear, and lies -- Us and them -- Banding together -- Things change -- How plagues end.
Summary: "A deep, science-backed look at how the coronavirus pandemic will change the way we live forever -- from renowned physician and sociologist Nicholas Christakis. 'Apollo's Arrow' offers a riveting account of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on American society as it unfolded in 2020, and on how the recovery will unfold in the coming years. Drawing on a combination of fascinating case studies and cutting-edge research from a range of scientific disciplines, bestselling author, physician, and sociologist Nicholas Christakis explores what it means to live in a time of plague -- an experience that is paradoxically uncommon to the vast majority of humans who are alive, yet deeply fundamental to our species as a whole. Unleashing new divisions in our society and new opportunities for cooperation, this 21st century pandemic has upended our society in ways that will test, but not vanquish, our already frayed culture's capacity to endure and thrive. Featuring many novel, provocative arguments and vivid examples ranging across medicine, history, sociology, epidemiology, data science, and genetics, 'Apollo's Arrow' envisions what happens when the great force of a deadly germ meets the enduring reality of our evolved social nature."--
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 327-356) and index.

An infinitesimal thing -- An old enemy returns -- Pulling apart -- Grief, fear, and lies -- Us and them -- Banding together -- Things change -- How plagues end.

"A deep, science-backed look at how the coronavirus pandemic will change the way we live forever -- from renowned physician and sociologist Nicholas Christakis. 'Apollo's Arrow' offers a riveting account of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on American society as it unfolded in 2020, and on how the recovery will unfold in the coming years. Drawing on a combination of fascinating case studies and cutting-edge research from a range of scientific disciplines, bestselling author, physician, and sociologist Nicholas Christakis explores what it means to live in a time of plague -- an experience that is paradoxically uncommon to the vast majority of humans who are alive, yet deeply fundamental to our species as a whole. Unleashing new divisions in our society and new opportunities for cooperation, this 21st century pandemic has upended our society in ways that will test, but not vanquish, our already frayed culture's capacity to endure and thrive. Featuring many novel, provocative arguments and vivid examples ranging across medicine, history, sociology, epidemiology, data science, and genetics, 'Apollo's Arrow' envisions what happens when the great force of a deadly germ meets the enduring reality of our evolved social nature."--

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