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2022 | 9 | nr 3 | 9--27
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Policy for temporary crisis or sustained structural change in an age of disasters, crises, and pandemics

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Polityka publiczna wobec tymczasowego kryzysu lub trwałej zmiany strukturalnej w dobie katastrof, kryzysów i pandemii
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This paper employs cases to discuss the impact of information, disinformation, and the evolution of scientific data as part of public health policy development in the COVID- 19 pandemic. The two areas of policy development center on (1) risk and public health precautions (e.g., mask mandates, cleaning protocols, and social distancing) and (2) risk and economic/travel policy (e.g., regional economic shutdown, travel restrictions, border closures). Key to the analysis is the understanding of social risk production and public trust in institutions and individuals within those institutions that craft emergency, interim, and long-lasting public policy. The paper concludes with recommendations for enhanc- ing public trust in government institutions and the management of risks during times of disasters, crises, and pandemics.(original abstract)
W niniejszym opracowaniu wykorzystano studia przypadków do omówienia znaczenia informacji, dezinformacji i ewolucji danych naukowych w ramach rozwoju polityki zdrowia publicznego wobec pandemii COVID-19. Dwa obszary rozwoju tej polityki publicznej koncentrują się na 1) ryzyku i środkach ostrożności w zakresie zdrowia publicznego (np. nakazach noszenia masek, protokołach higienicznych i dystansowaniu społecznym) oraz 2) ryzyku i polityce gospodarczej/turystycznej (np. zamknięciu gospodarek regionalnych, ograniczeniu podróży, zamknięciu granic). Kluczowe w prezentowanej analizie jest zrozumienie procesu powstawania ryzyka społecznego i zaufania publicznego do instytucji i osób w ramach tych instytucji, które tworzą politykę publiczną z myślą o nagłych przypadkach, sytuacjach przejściowych i długotrwałych. Artykuł kończy się rekomendacjami dotyczącymi zwiększania zaufania publicznego do instytucji rządowych i zarządzania ryzykiem w okresach katastrof, kryzysów i pandemii.(abstrakt oryginalny)
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