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Alexandra Maftei; Ioan-Alex Merlici; Iulia-Cristina Roca (et al.)
Jessica Olivia Cherecheș; ,Luminița Ligia Vaida; Abel Emanuel Moca (et al.)
Anca Velicu; Monica Barbovschi; Ileana Rotaru (et al.)
This paper explores the interlinks between multiple layers of exclusion and deprivation of Roma adolescents mothers in the context of COVID-19 pandemic, in order to understand: a) how different types of exclusion (e.g., digital, social, educational) overlap and how are those types of exclusion lived and perceived by teenage mothers; and b) whether and how the COVID-19 pandemic changed existing inequalities in their situation. In our paper, we refer to teenage mothers to describe mothers who gave birth before the age of 18. The study has a qualitative exploratory approach and relies on ten interviews conducted with Roma teenage mothers in peripheral urban areas in Romania during COVID-19 pandemic lockdown in the Spring of 2020. As a theoretical framework, the study employs the Relative Digital Deprivation Theory, (Helsper, 2016) which touches upon three dimensions of digital divides while revealing different markers of agency that young mothers manifest.
Madalina Timircan; Felix Bratosin; Iulia Vidican (et al.)
Eduard Edelhauser; Lucian Lupu-Dima
Alberto Forte; Massimiliano Orri; Martina Brandizzi (et al.)
Ruxandra-Gabriela Cigăran; Radu Botezatu; Elma-Maria Mînecan (et al.)
Ana Guerrero-Gomez; Isabel Nöthen-Garunja; Michael Schredl (et al.)
Constantin Aurelian Ionescu; Liliana Paschia; Nicoleta Luminita Gudanescu Nicolau (et al.)
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