Socioeconomic Status and Mental Health Inequalities from Isolation

Slides by Amelia Fleetwood My research addresses the question, “How does socioeconomic status impact mental health during quarantine isolation?” People receiving state financial benefits report less use of public spaces, a less strong social network, more loneliness, and poorer mental health than those not receiving benefits (Jaspal, Breakwell 2020). Participants with lower socioeconomic status experienced... Continue Reading →

COVID-19’s Effect on Upper- and Lower- Class Citizens of Indiana

Slides by Caleb Kidwell My project answers the question: How has the economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic effected the Upper- and Lower-Class Citizens of Indiana, and why are the effects so much worse for lower-class citizens? In order to conduct my research, I used government and university sources, as well as conducted a... Continue Reading →

Socioeconomic Disparities during COVID-19

Slides by Isabella Sirit The title of my project is The Effect of Socioeconomic Disparities in Communities during Crises, particularly COVID-19. The research question I will be focusing on is How/Why do times of stress affect poorer groups of people differently? I will be using PowerPoint for the medium of this final project. This project... Continue Reading →

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