Hello! We are a group of researchers (PI: Grace Kao, IBM Professor of Sociology and RAs Hannah Tessler and Meera Choi) in the Department of Sociology at Yale University.
We are in the midst of collecting longitudinal data on social life and well-being among Individuals in the US during the COVID-19 pandemic. The first wave of our data was collected in November 2020, and we are planning to collect the second wave of data in October 2021.
We will be posting descriptive findings in our fact sheets.
Our COVID-19 related papers can be found below.
Choi, Meera, Hannah Tessler, and Grace Kao. 2020. “Arts and Crafts as an Educational Strategy and Coping Mechanism for Republic of Korea and United States Parents During the COVID-19 Pandemic.” International Review of Education: Journal of Lifelong Learning. 66:715-735.
Lim, Youngshin, Hyunjoon Park, Gowoon Jung, Meera Choi, Hannah Tessler, and Grace Kao. 2020. “Men’s and Women’s Different Dreams on the Future of the Gendered Division of Paid Work and Household after COVID-19 in South Korea.” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility. 69:
Tessler, Hannah, Meera Choi, and Grace Kao. 2020. “The Anxiety of Being Asian American: Hate Crimes and Negative Biases During the COVID-19 Pandemic.” American Journal of Criminal Justice. 45:636-646.
We gratefully acknowledge support from the MacMillan Center at Yale University.