What are the current insights that have accumulated these past months from the newly launched international comparative sociological study on everyday life in a pandemic? Read blog posts from researchers around the world, as they share the insights they have made so far.
Everyday life in a pandemic
Since June 2020, the research project, 'From Lock Down to Lock In? COVID19, changing social practices and transitioning to resilient, inclusive sustainable lifestyles', has been in full development. So far it has gathered a girth of data from around 250 research participants through interviews, photo journals and more.
So, what have researchers uncovered regarding social and cultural differentiation in impacts of the pandemic on citizens' everyday lives? The collaborative research is still underway, with data to collect and analyse as well as group discussions to be held. Meanwhile, the international group of researchers have been actively blogging on their research website, Everyday life in a Pandemic, with updates and insights made so far.
Follow the research website & blog
Learn more about the research and keep up to date on blog posts. Also you can 'follow'' the project through the website to stay posted on any new blogs and reports that have been released.
Food practices under lockdown in France
October 22, 2020
How COVID-19 changed everyday life in Germany- Insights from interviews in Berlin and Munich
September 30, 2020
The impact of the COVID-19 lockdown on the diets of Hanoi's urban poor
September 3, 2020