Fear of COVID-19 related stigmatization / by Darcy Hango.: CS45-28/1-2020-48E-PDF
"This article examines which groups of people feel more afraid of being the target of unwanted behaviours because of perceived exposure risk to COVID-19. It also examines specific reasons people have given for thinking they may be targeted, including not wearing a mask, being a healthcare worker (including working in seniors’ residences, nursing homes or other long-term care residences), having a place of employment associated with a risk of COVID-19, having health conditions other than COVID-19 that may cause coughing or sneezing, having another type of health condition, being elderly, and because of one’s racial identity. The data comes from a new panel data source, the Canadian Perspectives Survey Series, which is surveying the same group of Canadians on a regular basis to see how they are doing in the context of the pandemic"--Page .
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|Department/Agency||Statistics Canada, issuing body.|
|Title||Fear of COVID-19 related stigmatization / by Darcy Hango.|
|Series title||StatCan COVID-19 : data to insights for a better Canada|
|Publication type||Series - View Master Record|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Note(s)|| Issued also in French under title: Crainte de stigmatisation liée à la COVID-19. |
"Release date: July 15, 2020."
Issued also in HTML format.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Publishing information|| [Ottawa] : Statistics Canada = Statistique Canada, 2020. |
|Author / Contributor||Hango, Darcy W. (Darcy William), 1970- author.|
|Description||1 online resource (7 unnumbered pages) : graphs.|
|Catalogue number|| |
|Departmental catalogue number||45280001|
|Subject terms|| Fear -- Canada -- Statistics. |
Mental health -- Canada -- Statistics.
COVID-19 (Disease) -- Social aspects -- Canada -- Statistics.
COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020- -- Social aspects -- Canada -- Statistics.
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