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Lay Evaluations of Restraints and Prohibitions During the 1st Wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Lithuania
The article analyzes how, during the 1st wave of the coronavirus pandemic, participants of a study (n = 331) assessed the government-imposed restrictions, prohibitions, liabilities and penalties for non-compliance with said restrictions, and the perceived fairness of the behavior of other people during the pandemic. The article also studies the relationships among these assessments, including the related well-being and sociodemographic characteristics.doi:10.15388/teise.2021.121.1 fatcat:f45xhfb3tbgfrg75ksvt4c44iq