Q&A With Margaret And Bethany
Margaret and Bethany bring their education, knowledge on motherhood, and medical advice to the forefront. We virtually sat down with them for some Q&A. And they were able to answer some of our readers questions about the current quarantine. Along with how they are dealing with home schooling.
Watch our video (Part 1 of 3) where they offer advice on how to navigate the current pandemic as well as how to filter misinformation coming from social media. Our readers want to know when, or if, we can be back to normal. And what does that new normal look like? Watch now.
About The Authors
Bethany L. Johnson (MPhil, M.A.)
An instructor in history. She is an associate member to the graduate faculty and research affiliate faculty in the department of communication studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She studies how science, medicine, and health. And how discourses are framed and reproduced by institutions and individuals from the 19th century to the present. She has published in interdisciplinary journals such as Health Communication, Women & Language, Departures in Critical Qualitative Research and Women’s Reproductive Health.
Margaret M. Quinlan
An associate professor in the department of communication studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She explores how communication creates, resists and transforms knowledge about bodies. And she critiques power structures in order to empower individuals who are marginalized inside and outside of healthcare systems. Additionally, she authored approximately 40 journal articles, 17 book chapters and co-produced documentaries in a regional Emmy award-winning series.
Read Our article about their thoughts on COVID19 And The Quarantine Here