Lockdown 'funnelling': how the pandemic has changed our relationships

Lockdown 'funnelling': how the pandemic has changed our relationships
Emilie Vrain, Senior Research Associate, School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia, Michel Grossetti, Research Director in the French National Research Centre (CNRS) and School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences (EHESS), Université Toulouse – UMR LISST, ENSFEA, and Louise Ryan, Senior Professor, School of Social Professions, London Metropolitan University

The coronavirus lockdown has been a unique social experience that has had significant effects on our social relationships. Some have been strengthened while others have come under severe strain. Many people have found themselves confined for prolonged periods of time with other people and have come into conflict with each other.