COVID-19 and Racialized Risk Narratives in South Africa, Ghana, and Kenya
Project OverviewRapid research which brought together academics and community-based researchers in the lower- and middle-income countries (LMIC) of South Africa, Kenya and Ghana, to co-design and co-deliver research to explore the racialisation of risk narratives for preventing COVID-19 infection in their respective countries. It specifically considers the impact of the ‘black immunity’ myth.
Study DesignCritical discourse analysis
Project KeywordsRacialisation, postcolonial, infodemic, misinformation, pandemic policy
Department or Unit: Politics
Organization: University of Liverpool
- Name: AllemKiconcoTitle: DrOrganization: Witswatersrand