Thank you for helping us expand our database on Corona Fictions*
Last updated: August 24, 2022
With this survey, we collect bibliographic data** on Corona Fictions with the aim to create an Open Access bibliographic database on Corona Fictions in the course of the Corona Fictions research project supported by the Austrian Research Fund (FWF: P 34571-G).
The bibliographic data you provide on Corona Fictions will be verified by our team members and then transferred into the Open Access bibliographic database, where it will be stored.
During this survey, we do not collect any personal information about you, such as name or email address.
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If you have any questions about this Survey Data Policy, you can contact us by visiting this page on our website: www.tugraz.at/projekte/cofi/
*The term Corona Fictions refers to cultural productions, such as films, short stories, music videos, poems etc. resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Their content not only draws on everyday media and political discourse, but also on previous pandemic fictions (e.g. The Plague by Albert Camus or The Decameron by Giovanni Boccaccio).
**Bibliographic data includes all relevant information to identify Corona Fictions, such as title, author(s) or editor(s), year/date of publication, publisher or platform of publication, location/website, ISBN etc. It also includes information on subjects addressed within Corona Fictions and their main protagonists.