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1st – 3rd Generation Migrants - UK COVID-19 Social Distancing Research

University of Essex, Department of Psychology


During this period of social distancing our interactions have become mostly virtual rather than face-to-face which has limited who we can speak to and how we can emotionally support and care for each other. This three-part study will record how the well-being and cultural identities of 1st – 3rd generation migrants is affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Please consider taking this survey if you are a 1st – 3rd generation migrant to the UK who would identify with another culture or nationality as well as or instead of British and you are currently living in the UK during this lockdown.

Your Impact

This study aims to help us develop an understanding of how migrants and those with multiple cultural identities feel they fit into UK society and are supported by their local community, especially during these trying times.

Eligibility Criteria

All genders

At least 18 years old

Live in the UK

1st - 3rd Generation migrant to the UK

Study Tasks

The surveys ask about cultural orientation, communication and health.

Ethics

This research, which has been approved by the ethics committee of University of Essex (ETH1920-1210), is conducted by Benedict Hignell ([email protected]), a student at the University of Essex, under the supervision of Dr Nicolas Geeraert ([email protected]).

Keywords

migrant
covid
well-being
identity
UK
Activity and Time

Health and Wellness, Psychology

Online, Polls and Surveys

Weekdays, Weeknights, Weekends, Overnight

5 minute(s) - 15 minute(s) per session

3 session(s)

Compensation

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Study Address

This study doesn't require any in-person visits. Complete it in the comfort of your own home!

You must be a resident in United Kingdom, Europe to join this study

Posting date: May 16, 2020

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