People believed more strongly in traditional gender roles after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic

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A new study has found that the early stages of the COVID‐19 pandemic coincided with increases in support for traditional gender roles among U.S. adults, suggesting that the coronavirus outbreak is linked to a small shift towards social conservatism. The findings appear in the Journal of Applied Social Psychology. “As we all know, the pandemic dramatically and rapidly disrupted the lives we were used to, from our everyday personal routines to the deep and overarching workings of society. Everything suddenly became uncertain,” said study author Daniel L. Rosenfeld, a PhD student at UCLA. “Theori…

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