Type
Rapport
Titre
The Covid Year in France: A Tale of Two Lockdowns
Auteur(s)
SCHRADIE Jen - Observatoire sociologique du changement (Auteur)
FERRAGINA Emanuele - Observatoire sociologique du changement (Auteur)
PASQUALINI Marta - Observatoire sociologique du changement (OSC) (Auteur)
RECCHI Ettore - Observatoire sociologique du changement (Auteur)
SAFI Mirna - Observatoire sociologique du changement (Auteur)
SAUGER Nicolas - Centre de données socio-politiques de Sciences Po (CDSP) (Auteur)
TITTEL Katharina - Observatoire sociologique du changement (OSC) (Auteur)
ZOLA Andrew - Observatoire sociologique du changement (OSC) (Auteur)
Éditeur
Paris : Observatoire sociologique du changement
Pages
8 p.
Mots clés
Covid-19, Lockdown, Well-being, Working from home, Digital inequality
Résumé
EN
In the beginning of 2020, the idea of a worldwide pandemic was not on most people’s minds, let alone the concept of a lockdown. But as this Covid-19 year comes to a close, governments around the globe have instituted stay-at-home orders and other restrictions. In France, people have now experienced two national lockdowns. The first spring lockdown, lasting two months, was severe with schools, outdoor public spaces, and most workplaces closed. The second fall lockdown was less drastic, as schools and many businesses stayed open. Yet for both lockdowns, everyone in France needed a self-written authorization to go outside only for essential outings. Public gatherings, bars, and restaurants remained shuttered. This policy brief analyzes how people in France navigated this past year, comparing the spring and fall lockdown experiences, with an eye toward tracking inequalities. As with previous Policy Briefs, we leverage the power of repeated surveys with the same pool of respondents who are all part of a longitudinal sample of the French population (ELIPSS).

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