„Since the beginning of the pandemic, we have indeed witnessed a strong comeback of the nation-state in all realms. States have closed their borders, and citizens turn to their national government for protection, care and guidelines. International institutions have vanished in the global crisis, including the UN and the European Union, and international solidarity has suffered one of its strongest declines in recent history. Social sciences are no exception in this matter. Methodological nationalism has surged. Most contributions have built on national data and focus on public debates at the national scale.“
Die International Sociological Association sammelt Webinare, Publikationen und Call for Papers, die bewusst eine globale Perspektive einnehmen. Darunter findet sich auch die Plattform openMovements mit internationalen Beiträgen zu Solidarität und sozialen Bewegungen.