REGINALD W. BIBBY
TRACKING & TRANSLATING TRENDS
REGINALD W BIBBY
SPECIAL COVID-19 ANALYSES
COVID-19: DR. TOM
THE MILLENNIAL MOSAIC
PROJECT CANADA PROGRAM
BOOKS & MONOGRAPHS
FROM THE DATA ARCHIVES
FROM THE MEDIA ARCHIVES
Making Sense of COVID-19 Data
With COVID-19 spreading across the planet during the information age,
the amount of data being generated is mind-boggling.
But all that data cries out for sound analyses
that make for a clear understanding of what is taking place.
I have been as bewildered as anyone.
Consequently, I have thoroughly enjoyed attempting,
as a sociologist. to make sense of things.
Beyond the technical medical components,
there is much that can be learned and needs to be learned
about social patterns of transmission and vulnernability.
The voices of a seemingly endless number of "experts"
need to include those of
What follows are some of the tables and figures
that I have been generating.
For now, I am focusing on clearly presenting the data.
In the future, I'll give more attention
to interpretation and policy implications.
Hopefully such analyses will help to provide some much needed light!
A REGULAR AND RELIABLE CANADIAN COVID-19 OVERVIEW ITEM
BIBBY'S CANADIAN COVID-19 CAPSULE UPATE
Some Valuable Data on the American Situation
In the works...
with 2 prominent co-authors,
one a leading journalist,
the other a leading sociologist
Precarious Projections of the Federal Government
Some Good Alberta Data Reflecting Global Patterns
Deaths Under the Age of 70
The Fact People Get Old and Die
The Main Reasons People Die: Globally and in Canada
The Main Reason It Is Difficult for Canadians Under 40 to Stay Locked Down
The Important Difference Between Cases and Deaths
The Characteristics of People in Long-Term Care Facilities
The Critical Distinction Between the Elderly & the Elderly at Risk
What Features of COVID-19 Make News
The Likelihood of Canadians Dying of COVID-19 by Age
Age and Death Comparisons: Canada, the U.S., Italy, and Sweden