Belief System, Deity, and Pandemics: A Sociological Analysis

@article{Biswas2022BeliefSD,
  title={Belief System, Deity, and Pandemics: A Sociological Analysis},
  author={Debleena Biswas},
  journal={COVID-19: Tackling Global Pandemics through Scientific and Social Tools},
  year={2022}
}
  • Debleena Biswas
  • Published 2022
  • Sociology
  • COVID-19: Tackling Global Pandemics through Scientific and Social Tools

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