SEVDA MUTLU (2021, Ročník 6, č. 2) | Sociology and society
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SEVDA MUTLU
Analysis of How the COVID-19 Pandemic Affected Economic and Psychological Levels of Individuals according to Socio-Demographic Variables: People Living in the City of Sivas in Turkey
DOI: 10.17846/SS.2021.6.2.30-50 PLNOTEXTOVÝ ČLÁNOK NA STIAHNUTIE
2021, Ročník 6, č. 2
Abstrakt:
Social isolation was one of the most effective ways of preventing the contagion of the COVID-19 epidemic. The ‘Stay at Home’ calls made with this purpose and prohibitions have had negative economic and psychological results. At this point, the information obtained from research as to how societies and individuals have been affected due to the COVID-19 Pandemic process will guide primarily the administrators as they manage this process and serve as reference to researchers as well. Therefore, it was aimed in this study at analyzing whether the economic and psychological impact levels of individuals living in the city of Sivas in Turkey in the first period in which the COVID-19 Pandemic was experienced most severely (March 2020-June 2020) changed according to socio-demographic variables. As a result of this study, we can suggest that education and income levels are very important variables in terms of the economic and psychological impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic period in individuals. As the education level and income level of individuals increase, their rates of being affected negatively economically and psychologically decrease. Gender has appeared as an important variable in terms of being affected negatively psychologically.
Kľúčové slová:
Turkey, COVID-19 Pandemic, Affected Economic Levels, Affected Psychological Levels, Socio-Demographic Variables
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