Family Systems in the Era of COVID-19: from openness to quarantine

Autori

  • Paolo Gritti

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.23823/jps.v4i1.64

Abstract

The COVID-19 pandemic imposes lockdown policies all over the world. Hence, family system members face the traumatic experience of living together all the time. This evidence evokes the hidden family’s frailty and operates as a litmus test of family life. The paper discusses some relational scenarios about this transient deprivation of the social context. Their cumulative effects are considered guiding the family to cope with the quarantine and it is argued that some changes of the family's daily life patterns, caused by the pandemic, will remain unchanged in the future.

Downloads

I dati di download non sono ancora disponibili

Pubblicato

2020-05-29

Come citare

Gritti, P. (2020). Family Systems in the Era of COVID-19: from openness to quarantine. Journal of Psychosocial Systems, 4(1), 1 - 5. https://doi.org/10.23823/jps.v4i1.64

Fascicolo

Sezione

Editoriali