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Gender and pandemic perception: analyzing perceived risk and fear among Brazilian women

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The World Health Organization has warned of the importance of looking at the pandemic from a gender perspective since biological, social, and cultural aspects can produce differences in the way women and men experience the ongoing pandemic situation.

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The findings can increase the understanding of the adverse consequences caused by the COVID-19 pandemic on women, assisting in the strategic planning of public policies.

PhD Rubia Carla Formighieri Giordani
Federal University of Parana

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This page is a summary of: Gender and pandemic perception: analyzing perceived risk and fear among Brazilian women, Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine, January 2021, Taylor & Francis, DOI: 10.1080/21642850.2021.1968301.
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