Published on 12 May 2020
Many mothers will long remember the Mother's Day of this historic corona year. The government made a social gesture and relaxed social measures as early as Sunday 10 May. This allowed the people to celebrate Mother's Day together as a family. But how many families made use of this opportunity for social reunion? Which people postponed a physical meeting with family or friends? Is it important to meet with 'many' bubbles or is a warm contact with one bubble enough? Is the 'rule of 4' sufficiently clear to the population? Doesn't making social choices cause choice stress and tension in families? And how relational was the physical social contact boosting the population's connectedness and motivation? Report #7 provides an answer to 5 pressing relational questions based on the ongoing motivation barometer study at UGent.
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