Governmental Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Quantitative Ethnographic Comparison of Public Health Authorities' Communication in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden

Karoline Schnaider, Stefano Schiavetto, Florian Maximilian Meier, Barbara Wasson, Benjamin Brink Allsopp, Daniel Spikol

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Abstrakt

The Scandinavian countries are often seen as a unity. However, during the COVID-19 pandemic striking differences on how the countries approached the crisis became evident. This quantitative-ethnographic (QE) study aimed to understand political and cultural similarities and differences between the three Scandinavian countries -Denmark, Norway and Sweden - through their crisis communications during the COVID-19 pandemic. Specifically, we focused on how the health authorities of the three countries, in their press releases, treated information about COVID-19 and acted in four fields: reorganization of population behavior, containment of viral transmission, preparation of health systems, and management of socioeconomic impacts. As a methodology, the QE tools nCoder and ENA were applied, respectively: to code the press releases and to correlate the treatment of information with the four fields of action.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelICQE: International Conference on Quantitative Ethnography 2020
Publikationsdato2020
StatusUdgivet - 2020
NavnICQE: International Conference on Quantitative Ethnography 2020

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    Schnaider, K., Schiavetto, S., Meier, F. M., Wasson, B., Brink Allsopp, B., & Spikol , D. (2020). Governmental Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Quantitative Ethnographic Comparison of Public Health Authorities' Communication in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. I ICQE: International Conference on Quantitative Ethnography 2020 ICQE: International Conference on Quantitative Ethnography 2020