Socio-Life Science and the COVID-19 Outbreak

Author(s)/Editor(s) Edited by YANO Makoto, MATSUDA Fumihiko, Anavaj SAKUNTABHAI, HIROTA Shigeru
Publisher Springer
ISBN Hardcover: 978-981-16-5726-9
Softcover: 978-981-16-5729-0
Publication Date December 2021

*This is an open access book

Authors' Words

Table of Contents

Socio-Life Scientific Approach to COVID-19

1. SARS-CoV-2 Variants: Past, Present and Future
2. COVID-19 Pandemic and Behavioural Change: The Cases of Florida and Ohio
3. Integrating Social Sciences to Mitigate Against Covid
4. Rethinking the Infodemic: Social Media and Offline Action in the COVID-19 Pandemic
5. Mapping COVID-19 in Japan and Greater Tokyo Area, Socio-Spatial and Political Analysis of the Epidemic
6. Application of SARS-CoV-2 Serology Testing: A Case Study

Socio-Life Scientific Data Building

7. Cohort Profile: The Nagahama Prospective Genome Cohort for Comprehensive Human Bioscience (The Nagahama Study)
8. Nagahama Survey on Social Science
9. Socio-Life Scientific Survey on COVID-19
10. Sharing of Research Data by Blockchain

Socio-Life Science on Public Health and Behavioural Change

11. Potential Transmission of Dengue Virus in Japan
12. Who Are Free from Hypertension, Dyslipidemia, and Diabetes Mellitus in the Middle-Aged and Elderly Population of Japan?
13. Life and Workplace Satisfaction and Behaviour Change Ability—An Empirical Study in Japan
14. Education Policy and Behavioral Change in Science Learning—An Empirical Analysis Based on Japanese Data
15. The COVID-19 Outbreak and Public Health Issues: An Interdisciplinary Approach

* Full Text in English.