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MOL, Christof Van, Sabien DEKKERS und Ellen VERBAKEL, 2021. De impact van de coronacrisis op het subjectief welbevinden van (internationale) studenten in Nederland. Mens & Maatschappij [online]. 1 September 2021. Bd. 96, Nr. 3, S. 357–383. DOI 10.5117/MEM2021.3.004.VANM. Verfügbar unter: https://www.aup-online.com/content/journals/10.5117/MEM2021.3.004.VANM
Angaben zum Inhalt: "The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on subjective well-being of (international) higher education students in the Netherlands In this paper we investigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on subjective well-being of higher education students in the Netherlands. More specifically, we compare international students and Dutch students, based on the Dutch data of the COVID-19 International Student Well-Being Study, a cross-sectional survey conducted between May-July 2020 among higher education students across the Netherlands (N = 10.491). Based on the sociological literature on the relationship between social capital and subjective well-being, we investigate in particular whether changes in social contact during the first lockdown can explain differences in subjective well-being between international and Dutch students. Our results suggest that although international students report lower levels of subjective well-being compared to Dutch students, these differences cannot be directly explained by (changes) in social contact during the lockdown."
VEENHOVEN, Ruut, Martijn BURGER und Emma PLEEGING, 2021. Effect van de COVID-19 pandemie op geluk in Nederland. Mens & Maatschappij [online]. 1 September 2021. Bd. 96, Nr. 3, S. 307–330. DOI 10.5117/MEM2021.3.002.VEEN. Verfügbar unter: https://www.aup-online.com/content/journals/10.5117/MEM2021.3.002.VEEN
Angaben zum Inhalt: "Effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on happiness in The Netherlands In the media we read mainly about negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on our subjective wellbeing, such as increased depression, anxiety and loneliness. There is less attention for possible positive effects and for this reason it is worth examining how the life-satisfaction of the Dutch population has developed during the pandemic. In the short run, this will help policy makers to balance loss of happiness against loss of lives and in the long run it will help to examine which policies have resulted in the lowest loss of happy life years. In this article, we describe observed effects on happiness in the Netherlands during the pandemic (until spring 2021) using three empirical approaches: 1) trend in subsequent survey studies, 2) analysis of a panel study, and 3) analysis of a dairy study in which mood during daily activities was measured. Average life-satisfaction declined by about 4% of which 3% between summer 2020 and spring 2021. Whereas in the early days of the pandemic, the Dutch population only reported a minor loss of happiness, the decline has become substantial at the end of the road."