The families and the COVID-19 pandemic
This article aims at closing the gap in our understanding in regards to the following question: how are families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic? First, it addresses how the pandemic has forced families into confinement; then it hypothesizes about how this confinement creates stress and conflict in families, and finally it addresses some lines of research and action regarding the new reality.
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