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Pandemic childcare-policy responses in 28 European countries


Dobrotić, Ivana; Blum, Sonja
Pandemic childcare-policy responses in 28 European countries // 18th International LP & R Seminar: The Politics of Parental Leave Policies
Helsinki, Finska, 2021. (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, pp prezentacija, znanstveni)


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Naslov
Pandemic childcare-policy responses in 28 European countries

Autori
Dobrotić, Ivana ; Blum, Sonja

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, pp prezentacija, znanstveni

Skup
18th International LP & R Seminar: The Politics of Parental Leave Policies

Mjesto i datum
Helsinki, Finska, 16.-17.9.2021

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Predavanje

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
school closures, childcare closures, COVID-19, fuzzy-set, Europe

Sažetak
Immediate responses to the COVID-19 pandemic differed significantly across countries, including the general closures and reopenings of early childhood education and care services (ECEC) and schools. As a core element of containment policies against the pandemic, the (continued) provision of ECEC and schools suddenly became a highly contested arena. In the initial policy responses of spring 2020, similarities prevailed as most countries closed ECEC/schools and eventually provided emergency care, especially for key workers. In the reopening phase and later lockdowns of autumn/winter 2020/21, however, countries increasingly began to diverge, bringing a lot of complexity to the countries’ pandemic childcare-policy responses. For example, countries have often chosen stepwise reopening strategies marked by different pace and patterns or followed different approaches for ECECs and primary schools. Previous work has begun to describe this complexity of childcare-policy responses, marked by a country-specific balancing of public-health and more childcare-specific goals such as work- family reconciliation or education, and being more lenient or strict and universal or selective. Yet further work is needed to understand the cross- national patterns of variation. This paper aims to do so by collecting data on modes of pandemic ECEC/school closures and reopenings in 28 European countries. By developing a concrete set of indicators needed to disentangle various approaches, and using a fuzzy-set ideal type analysis, we identify and classify the (hybrid) forms of pandemic childcare-policy responses. The results may serve as a basis for further research interested in identifying plausible explanatory factors for different responses, such as organisational principles of childcare policies, ‘contagion’ effects, or countries’ different traditions (of contestedness) of (de-)familialising childcare services. Keywords: fuzzy-

Izvorni jezik
Engleski



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Profili:

Avatar Url Ivana Dobrotić (autor)


Citiraj ovu publikaciju:

Dobrotić, Ivana; Blum, Sonja
Pandemic childcare-policy responses in 28 European countries // 18th International LP & R Seminar: The Politics of Parental Leave Policies
Helsinki, Finska, 2021. (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, pp prezentacija, znanstveni)
Dobrotić, I. & Blum, S. (2021) Pandemic childcare-policy responses in 28 European countries. U: 18th International LP & R Seminar: The Politics of Parental Leave Policies.
@article{article, year = {2021}, keywords = {school closures, childcare closures, COVID-19, fuzzy-set, Europe}, title = {Pandemic childcare-policy responses in 28 European countries}, keyword = {school closures, childcare closures, COVID-19, fuzzy-set, Europe}, publisherplace = {Helsinki, Finska} }
@article{article, year = {2021}, keywords = {school closures, childcare closures, COVID-19, fuzzy-set, Europe}, title = {Pandemic childcare-policy responses in 28 European countries}, keyword = {school closures, childcare closures, COVID-19, fuzzy-set, Europe}, publisherplace = {Helsinki, Finska} }




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