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Christopher Ryan Maboloc
Ateneo de Davao University
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The ‘new normal’ refers to an awareness of the calculated risks and dangers on getting infected, although standards and protocols are to be observed with public health and personal safety in mind. In contrast, the ‘post normal’ is a paradigm shift that dismisses any claim of a return to the ways of old or the previous state of affairs that people have enjoyed prior to the coronavirus pandemic. Applying the post-modern techniques of Umberto Eco, this paper explores the meanings of both concepts and their implications to everyday life.
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