Comparing the social economic & cultural impact of Covid-19 on Europeans with high-quality survey data

Comparing the social economic & cultural impact of Covid-19 on Europeans with high-quality survey data

European Workshop
Thursday, 9th December
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Comparing the social, economic and cultural impact of Covid-19 on Europeans
with high-quality survey data

Workshop - 9th of December 2021

Observatoire Sociologique du Changement, Sciences Po,
On-site (Paris) – Also in hybrid format via Zoom

This workshop gathers social researchers from four countries (France, Germany, Italy and the UK) who uniquely followed representative samples of national population during the Covid-19 pandemic tracking continuities and changes in social life and attitudes. Drawing on panel or panel-like datasets, we particularly aim to assess whether the pandemic altered pre-existing social inequalities or created new cleavages.
The workshop will mainly address four issues: health and well-being; work and economic conditions; gender and generational relations; and social attitudes. Each research team will present national findings with a view to a preliminary meta-analysis and a possible more integrated comparative take on the issues at stake in a future publication.

Participating teams

Workshop program

Coffee break

Lunch break

Coffee break

17.15-18. Final discussion: advancing a comparative perspective, plans for publication

This workshop is intended for a limited audience.

Suggestion of Papers

  • Ethnic disparities in health & social care workers’ exposure, protection, and clinical management of the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK [LINK]
  • Is Democracy Effective against Coronavirus? An Analysis of Citizens' Opinions in Italy [LINK]
  • Pandemic’s effects on feelings of depression in Italy: The role of age, gender and individual experiences during the first lockdown [LINK]
  • Is the Recession a ‘Shecession’? Gender Inequality in the Employment Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Germany [LINK]
  • New values, new divides? The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on public attitudes [LINK]

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