Fare differently, feel differently: mental well-being of UK-born and foreign-born working men during the COVID-19 pandemic

@article{Shen2020FareDF,
  title={Fare differently, feel differently: mental well-being of UK-born and foreign-born working men during the COVID-19 pandemic},
  author={Jing Shen and D. Bartram},
  journal={European Societies},
  year={2020},
  volume={23},
  pages={S370 - S383}
}
ABSTRACT Despite numerous studies that have demonstrated widening social inequalities during the COVID-19 pandemic, we do not yet see research on whether the surge in social inequalities would also have unequal consequences for people’s subjective experience. By linking the countrywide Understanding Society COVID-19 longitudinal survey with the latest wave of the main-stage survey, we examine whether and how the psychological costs of economic lockdowns are unevenly distributed between UK-born… Expand

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