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در قالب pdf و در 18 اسلاید،قابل ویرایش، شامل:







موضوع به انگلیسی:Fear can hold you, hope can set you

free”. Analysis of Italian prisoner narrative

experience of the COVID-19 pandemic



بخشی از متن:Abstract

Purpose – This study aims to explore the psychological effects of lockdown during the early stages of the

COVID-19 pandemic on people living in an Italian prison. The suspension of family visits and most

activities, along with the difficulties in applying social distancing to this vulnerable population was

associated with increased psychological distress. Riots broke out over two days in more than 22 prisons

across Italy at the beginning of March 2020, highlighting the negative psychological impact of the

pandemic and the country’s emergency policies.

Design/methodology/approach – The research involves 17 men (Italians and foreigners) detained in a

Lombardy prison from 1 March to 4 May 2020, corresponding to the lockdown phase in Italy. The

qualitative content analysis (CA) of 27 posts, written by participants during that period and published on

the blog ‘‘L’Oblo`’’, were analysed. The analysis allowed the identification of topics and subtopics that are

related to two major categories of content: cognitions and emotional connotations about the COVID-19

lockdown in prison.

Findings – Analysis showed that blog post content was predominately negative in terms of emotional

connotations. The most frequent coded negative emotional connotations were: missing, worry,

psychological pain and fear, whilst the most frequent coded positive emotional connotations were: hope

and gratitude for the support they received from prison workers. The rest of the blog content was coded

as ‘‘cognitions’’. Cognitions were coded as descriptions of lockdown effect on detention; prison during

the COVID-19 emergency; the pandemic situation in general; and comparison between inside and

outside prison.