Child Development During the COVID‐19 Pandemic Through a Life Course Theory Lens
The COVID‐19 global pandemic and the resulting economic, health, and educational disruptions have upset all aspects of young people’s lives. The pandemic’s reach will likely continue in the near term and as psychological and academic trajectories unfold over time. In this article, we draw on the cen...
Benner, Aprile D
Mistry, Rashmita S
|Place of publication:||
HOBOKEN WILEY 01.12.2020
Wiley Subscription Services, Inc
John Wiley and Sons Inc
|published in:||Child development perspectives Vol. 14; no. 4; pp. 236 - 243|
|Data of publication:||December 2020|
|Alternate Title:||Life Course Theory and COVID‐19
|Discipline:||Social Welfare & Social Work
Aprile Benner acknowledges her funding from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute for Child Health and Human Development (NICHD; K01HD087479), as well as NICHD funding to the Population Research Center, with which she is affiliated (P2CHD042849, NICHD).
Both authors contributed equally to conceptualizing and writing this article. Authorship is listed alphabetically.
Aprile D. Benner, University of Texas at Austin; Rashmita S. Mistry, University of California at Los Angeles.
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