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Effects of social position and household affordances on COVID-19 lockdown resilience and coping

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In France, the COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing lockdown measures have created unprecedented circumstances that increase stress and anxiety, thus leading individuals experiencing home confinement to adopt various coping strategies that contribute to building resilience. Given the novelty and recency of the COVID-19 lockdown, factors of coping and resilience in this specific context of home confinement remain undefined. Based on some recent observations, we conducted a study on a convenience sample in France (N = 809) in order to investigate two potential factors of lockdown resilience and coping: social position and household affordances, while also exploring some complementary hypotheses based on the literature. Social position and household affordances were identified as significant predictors of lockdown coping and resilience, and low social position was found to coincide with less social support coping strategies. Results are discussed in relation to the theory and the limits identified in this study. Recommendations are made for potential second waves of COVID-19 spread or similar pandemics in the future.

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hal-03601381 , version 1 (08-03-2022)

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Adam Chesterman, M. De Battista, E. Causse. Effects of social position and household affordances on COVID-19 lockdown resilience and coping. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 2021, 78, ⟨10.1016/j.jenvp.2021.101687⟩. ⟨hal-03601381⟩

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