Query : JHBK
- Grossetti, Michel3
- Beek, J.L. Van1
- Cardon, Vincent1
- Charlap, Cécile1
- Collet, Anaïs1
- Favre, Guillaume1
- Figeac, Julien1
- Giraud, Colin1
- Joubert, Léo1
- Launay, Lydie1
- Machut, Antoine1
- Paye, Simon1
- Steinmetz, Hélène1
- Gender Studies3
- Economies and Finances1
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences1
- Communication Sciences1
“Stay at home”: how was the lockdown lived according to housing conditions?
I would have supported the lockdown better if we had one room each [...]. For me, homelessness is the worst of everything. A woman, 27 years old, in a couple, mother of an infant Face who suddenly ordered to stay at home, people had to concentrate in their homes a number of activities (work, leisure...
Do we need to telework to be happy?
what is difficult is to telework with a child at home. My partner continues to work outside and cannot help me. It is difficult to manage everything alone! Women, 38 years old, professor of English in Auvergne Rhône-Alpes The activity of studies in the BTP is not stopped. Modern means of teleworking...
Workers on site, all visible and recognised?
as a kindergarten assistant, we were obliged to work for the children of priority staff, without protection, masks without recognition. We often speak very well about cascaders, nurses, etc. never as nursery assistants. I have often felt that I have done an unrecognised job now I am sure. We are a b...
Has the lockdown fostered more connected and “expressive” social support dynamics?
I feel privileged in terms of lockdown conditions, living in pleasant accommodation with a garden. My children are independent in their work, and take care so that I can telework in good conditions. I have the chance to be able to exchange via video with my family, even the older ones that are techn...
Has the lockdown exacerbated inequalities in the face of time?
at the beginning, it was quite traumatic and the first week I was emotionally prejudiced, then I got a certain joy to come back to me with time (while culpabilising to feel it because of the gentle for those who were still working outside)... I realised that staying at home is not a prison, time doe...
Women and men equal to the constraints of the lockdown?
since the start of the lockdown, I have had no more than a few minutes on my own. Women, 40 years old, environmental technician, single, confined alone with her children. Care work and organisation in families, be it domestic work, care for children or support for relatives, are traditionally assign...