This study aims to compare the quality of social life among university youth with and without COVID-19. The study sample consisted of (114) young people divided into two groups: (57) infected and (57) non-infected with Covid 19 during the period between: (1-6 to 1-7-2021) at the Constantine 2 University. The study used the comparative method for its appropriateness to the nature of the study. The measure of the quality of social life for university youth during the emerging pandemic designed by researchers was used. The study’s results indicated a difference in the dimensions order of the social life dimensions among the infected and the uninfected. The level of change in the quality of social life among young people with Covid-19 is higher than that of non-infected young people with Covid 19. The results also showed statistically significant differences between infected and non-infected young people with COVID-19 in the dimensions of daily life, family life, and overall measure of social life in favor of young people with COVID-19. The study recommends similar studies on quality of life and social adjustment in affected youth.
Mohamed Beichi, Amel; Mhamed Tchalabi, Sakina; and Rajeh Alsalhi, Najeh
"A Comparative Study of Social Life Style in Infected and Uninfected Youth with Covid-19,"
Information Sciences Letters: Vol. 11
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Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/isl/vol11/iss2/8