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Title: Subjective well – being in ukrainian students during the COVID-2019 quarantine
Authors: Orap, Maryna
Kalba, Yaroslava
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): Orap M., Kalba Y. Subjective well – being in ukrainian students during the COVID-2019 quarantine // Scientific Collection «InterConf» : International Scientific Discussion: Problems, Tasks and Prospect : with the Proceedings of the 1st International Scientific and Practical Conference (April 21-22, 2021). Brighton, Great Britain : A.C.M. Webb Publishing Co Ltd., 2021. № 52. P. 214-219
Issue Date: 21-Apr-2021
Publisher: A.C.M. Webb Publishing Co Ltd.
Keywords: subjective well-being
Abstract: The global pandemic COVID-19 and introduced quarantine affect not only the people’s health, but their psychological well-being in general. Decrease the subjective well-being at the beginning of quarantine was associated with limited communication, fear for health and limited mobility. In a year the situation has changed, there has been manifested the increasing levels of anxiety during quarantine due to awareness of the difficulties of quarantine life that associated with distance education and limited mobility, financial difficulties and uncertainty about the future. But we studied that during the first year of quarantine the level of subjective well-being has not changed significantly.
ISBN: 978-0-86189-342-3
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