COVID-19 Workshop

COVID 19 - Recovery and Resilience

NEST and the Centre for the Study of Political Behaviour are excited to host a series of three interdisciplinary workshop sessions, “COVID 19 - Recovery and Resilience,”  from April 20-22.

If you are interested in attending some of all of the sessions, please email nestssc@uwo.ca. Zoom details will be provided to those who have registered.

 

Schedule

Tuesday, April 20 3-4:15pm

3:00pm

Welcome and Introductions

3:15pm

Presentation #1: Vicki Esses, Psychology

Title: North American Attitudes toward Immigrants and Immigration in the Time of COVID-19: The Role of National Attachment and Threat

Authors: Victoria M. Esses, Alina Sutter, Joanie Bouchard, Kate Choi, and Patrick Denice

3:30pm

Discussion #1

 

3:45pm

Presentation #2: Martin Horak & Shanaya Vanhooren, Political Science

Title: Somebody to Lean On: Community Ties and Mutual Aid in the Covid-19 Crisis

Authors: Martin Horak and Shanaya Vanhooren

4:00pm

Discussion #2

 

4:15pm

Adjourn

 

Wednesday, April 21 1-2:30pm

1:00pm

Presentation #3: Alex Benson, Psychology

Title:  Modelling age-varying associations between group memberships, neighborhood connectedness, and well-being

Authors: M. Blair Evans, Zhuo Li, & Alex J. Benson

1:15pm

Discussion #3

 

1:30pm

Presentation #4: Nicole McMahon, Political Science

Title: Political Donations and the Gender Gap during COVID-19: A Research Note

Authors: Nicole McMahon, Chris Alcantara and Anthony Sayers

1:45pm

Discussion #4

 

2:00pm

Presentation #5: Anna Zajacova, Sociology

Title: The Summer of Pain: socioeconomic, political, and COVID-related factors in chronic pain reports

Authors: Anna Zajacova, Sophia Arabadjis, Susie Cassels and Laura Stephenson 

2:15pm

Discussion #5

 

2:30pm

Adjourn

 

Thursday, April 22 10-11:30am

10:00am

Presentation #6:  Daniel Mosannef, Political Science

Title: Who Believes in COVID-19 Conspiracies? Evidence from Canada and the United States

Authors: Mathieu Turgeon and Daniel Mosannef

10:15am

Discussion #6

 

10:30am

Presentation #7: Alvaro Perreira, Political Science

Title: Motivated Reasoning and Self-Interest in a Pandemic: The 2020 WE Scandal

Authors: Alvaro Perreira, Laura Stephenson and Mathieu Turgeon

10:45am

Discussion #7

 

11:00am

Presentation #8: Andrea Lawlor, King’s Political Science

Title: Perceptions of Financial Well-Being during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Authors: Andrea Lawlor and Miranda Goode

11:15am

Discussion #8

 

11:30am

Adjourn