Understanding the Effects of COVID-19 Through a Life Course Lens

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Type
Article: article d'un périodique ou d'un magazine.
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Titre
Understanding the Effects of COVID-19 Through a Life Course Lens
Périodique
Advances in Life Course Research
Auteur⸱e⸱s
Settersten Richard A., Bernardi Laura, Härkönen Juho, Antonucci Toni C., Dykstra Pearl A., Heckhausen Jutta, Kuh Diana, Mayer Karl Ulrich, Moen Phyllis, Mortimer Jeylan T., Mulder Clara H., Smeeding Timothy M., van der Lippe Tanja, Hagestad Gunhild O., Kohli Martin, Levy René, Schoon Ingrid, Thomson Elizabeth
ISSN
1040-2608
Statut éditorial
Publié
Date de publication
2020
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
45
Langue
anglais
Résumé
The Covid-19 pandemic is shaking fundamental assumptions about the human life course in societies around the world. In this essay, we draw on our collective expertise to illustrate how a life course perspective can make critical contributions to understanding the pandemic’s effects on individuals, families, and populations. We explore the pandemic’s implications for the organization and experience of life transitions and trajectories within and across central domains: health, personal control and planning, social relationships and family, education, work and careers, and migration and mobility. We consider both the life course implications of being infected by the Covid-19 virus or attached to someone who has; and being affected by the pandemic’s social, economic, cultural, and psychological consequences. It is our goal to offer some programmatic observations on which life course research and policies can build as the pandemic’s short- and long-term consequences unfold.
Mots-clé
Life-span and Life-course Studies
Open Access
Oui
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02/08/2020 10:04
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10/09/2020 6:22
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