This research builds on ongoing research to investigate cross-cultural differences in risks facing adolescents in a context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Mail, web and social media-based surveys are both quantitatively and qualitatively analyzed to gain a better understanding of how the pandemic affects children and young people’s lives, health and well-being and family needs by employing a cross-cultural comparative perspective.
- MORISAKI Naho (Japan), Chief Researcher, National Center for Child Health and Development
- Polly Waite (United Kingdom), Senior Clinical Research, Psychologist, University of Oxford
Project in collaboration with UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) (United Kingdom)