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Basha Vicari; Gundula Zoch; Ann-Christin Bächmann (et al.)
This study examines how care arrangements, general and altered working conditions, and worries influenced subjective well-being at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic for working parents in Germany. Prior research suggests several reasons for declines in subjective well-being, particularly for working mothers. This study employs Pearlin's (1989) stress process model to explore the role of parental childcare, altered working conditions and amplified worries of working parents in terms of increased stressors and modified resources to cope with the extraordinary situation.
Melissa Radey; Sarah Lowe; Lisa Langenderfer-Magruder (et al.)
This brief summarizes the key findings of the assessment of the availability of data that could contribute to an understanding of the gendered impacts of COVID-19 and would be the basis for gender-responsive, evidencebased policy making in Uzbekistan. The assessment was conducted in December 2020 with the support of the UN Women Europe and Central Asia Regional Office in partnership with UNDP Uzbekistan. The focus of the assessment was on data and statistics compiled and disseminated by the State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan on Statistics (SSC) and on recent assessments and studies related to the impact of COVID-19 that have been conducted by different United Nations (UN) organizations and development partners.
Erika Benassi; Arianna Bello; Michela Camia (et al.)
Rosemary Townsend; Barbara Chmielewska; Imogen Barratt (et al.)
Da Jiang; Helene H. Fung
Gracelyn Cruden; Mark Campbell; Lisa Saldana
Forough Mortazavi; Maryam Mehrabadi ; Roya Kiaee Tabar
COVID-19 caused some worries among pregnant women. Worries during pregnancy can affect women’s well-being. We investigated worry and well-being and associated factors among pregnant women during the COVID-19 pandemic. This descriptive cross-sectional study was conducted on 484 pregnant women using an online questionnaire. Sampling was performed in a period between May 5 and Aug 5, 2020. Inclusion criteria were having a single healthy fetus and having no significant psychological disorder.
Adelaide M. Lusambili; Michela Martini; Faiza Abdirahman (et al.)
Ghadir Zreik; Kfir Asraf; Iris Haimov (et al.)
Chandni Maria Jacob; Despina D. Briana; Gian Carlo Di Renzo (et al.)
Kayla M. Joyce; Emily Cameron; Julia Sulymka (et al.)
Elisa Di Giorgio; Daniela Di Riso; Giovanna Mioni (et al.)
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