Politicization of COVID-19 health-protective behaviors in the United States: Longitudinal and cross-national evidence

Stroebe W, vanDellen MR, Abakoumkin G, Lemay EPJ, Schiavone WM, Agostini M, Belanger JJ, Gutzkow B, Kreienkamp J, Reitsema AM, Abdul Khaiyom JH, et al. (2021)
PLoS ONE 16(10): e0256740.

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Stroebe, Wolfgang; vanDellen, Michelle R; Abakoumkin, Georgios; Lemay, Edward P Jr; Schiavone, William M; Agostini, Maximilian; Belanger, Jocelyn J; Gutzkow, Ben; Kreienkamp, Jannis; Reitsema, Anne Margit; Abdul Khaiyom, Jamilah Hanum; Ahmedi, Vjolica
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Abstract / Bemerkung
During the initial phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. conservative politicians and the media downplayed the risk of both contracting COVID-19 and the effectiveness of recommended health behaviors. Health behavior theories suggest perceived vulnerability to a health threat and perceived effectiveness of recommended health-protective behaviors determine motivation to follow recommendations. Accordingly, we predicted that-as a result of politicization of the pandemic-politically conservative Americans would be less likely to enact recommended health-protective behaviors. In two longitudinal studies of U.S. residents, political conservatism was inversely associated with perceived health risk and adoption of health-protective behaviors over time. The effects of political orientation on health-protective behaviors were mediated by perceived risk of infection, perceived severity of infection, and perceived effectiveness of the health-protective behaviors. In a global cross-national analysis, effects were stronger in the U.S. (N = 10,923) than in an international sample (total N = 51,986), highlighting the increased and overt politicization of health behaviors in the U.S.
Erscheinungsjahr
2021
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PLoS ONE
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16
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10
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e0256740
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1932-6203
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2958750

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Stroebe W, vanDellen MR, Abakoumkin G, et al. Politicization of COVID-19 health-protective behaviors in the United States: Longitudinal and cross-national evidence. PLoS ONE . 2021;16(10): e0256740.
Stroebe, W., vanDellen, M. R., Abakoumkin, G., Lemay, E. P. J., Schiavone, W. M., Agostini, M., Belanger, J. J., et al. (2021). Politicization of COVID-19 health-protective behaviors in the United States: Longitudinal and cross-national evidence. PLoS ONE , 16(10), e0256740. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0256740
Stroebe, W., vanDellen, M. R., Abakoumkin, G., Lemay, E. P. J., Schiavone, W. M., Agostini, M., Belanger, J. J., Gutzkow, B., Kreienkamp, J., Reitsema, A. M., et al. (2021). Politicization of COVID-19 health-protective behaviors in the United States: Longitudinal and cross-national evidence. PLoS ONE 16:e0256740.
Stroebe, W., et al., 2021. Politicization of COVID-19 health-protective behaviors in the United States: Longitudinal and cross-national evidence. PLoS ONE , 16(10): e0256740.
W. Stroebe, et al., “Politicization of COVID-19 health-protective behaviors in the United States: Longitudinal and cross-national evidence”, PLoS ONE , vol. 16, 2021, : e0256740.
Stroebe, W., vanDellen, M.R., Abakoumkin, G., Lemay, E.P.J., Schiavone, W.M., Agostini, M., Belanger, J.J., Gutzkow, B., Kreienkamp, J., Reitsema, A.M., Abdul Khaiyom, J.H., Ahmedi, V., Akkas, H., Almenara, C.A., Atta, M., Bagci, S.C., Basel, S., Berisha Kida, E., Bernardo, A.B.I., Buttrick, N.R., Chobthamkit, P., Choi, H.-S., Cristea, M., Csaba, S., Damnjanovic, K., Danyliuk, I., Dash, A., Di Santo, D., Douglas, K.M., Enea, V., Faller, D.G., Fitzsimons, G., Gheorghiu, A., Gomez, A., Hamaidia, A., Han, Q., Helmy, M., Hudiyana, J., Jeronimus, B.F., Jiang, D.-Y., Jovanovic, V., Kamenov, Z., Kende, A., Keng, S.-L., Kieu, T.T.T., Koc, Y., Kovyazina, K., Kozytska, I., Krause, J., Kruglanksi, A.W., Kurapov, A., Kutlaca, M., Lantos, N.A., Lemsmana, C.B.J., Louis, W.R., Lueders, A., Malik, N.I., Martinez, A., McCabe, K.O., Mehulic, J., Milla, M.N., Mohammed, I., Molinario, E., Moyano, M., Muhammad, H., Mula, S., Muluk, H., Myroniuk, S., Najafi, R., Nisa, C.F., Nyul, B., O'Keefe, P.A., Olivas Osuna, J.J., Osin, E.N., Park, J., Pica, G., Pierro, A., Rees, J., Resta, E., Rullo, M., Ryan, M.K., Samekin, A., Santtila, P., Sasin, E., Schumpe, B.M., Selim, H.A., Stanton, M.V., Sultana, S., Sutton, R.M., Tseliou, E., Utsugi, A., van Breen, J.A., Van Lissa, C.J., Van Veen, K., Vazquez, A., Wollast, R., Wai-Lan Yeung, V., Zand, S., Zezelj, I.L., Zheng, B., Zick, A., Zuniga, C., Leander, N.P.: Politicization of COVID-19 health-protective behaviors in the United States: Longitudinal and cross-national evidence. PLoS ONE . 16, : e0256740 (2021).
Stroebe, Wolfgang, vanDellen, Michelle R, Abakoumkin, Georgios, Lemay, Edward P Jr, Schiavone, William M, Agostini, Maximilian, Belanger, Jocelyn J, Gutzkow, Ben, Kreienkamp, Jannis, Reitsema, Anne Margit, Abdul Khaiyom, Jamilah Hanum, Ahmedi, Vjolica, Akkas, Handan, Almenara, Carlos A, Atta, Mohsin, Bagci, Sabahat Cigdem, Basel, Sima, Berisha Kida, Edona, Bernardo, Allan B I, Buttrick, Nicholas R, Chobthamkit, Phatthanakit, Choi, Hoon-Seok, Cristea, Mioara, Csaba, Sara, Damnjanovic, Kaja, Danyliuk, Ivan, Dash, Arobindu, Di Santo, Daniela, Douglas, Karen M, Enea, Violeta, Faller, Daiane Gracieli, Fitzsimons, Gavan, Gheorghiu, Alexandra, Gomez, Angel, Hamaidia, Ali, Han, Qing, Helmy, Mai, Hudiyana, Joevarian, Jeronimus, Bertus F, Jiang, Ding-Yu, Jovanovic, Veljko, Kamenov, Zeljka, Kende, Anna, Keng, Shian-Ling, Kieu, Tra Thi Thanh, Koc, Yasin, Kovyazina, Kamila, Kozytska, Inna, Krause, Joshua, Kruglanksi, Arie W, Kurapov, Anton, Kutlaca, Maja, Lantos, Nora Anna, Lemsmana, Cokorda Bagus Jaya, Louis, Winnifred R, Lueders, Adrian, Malik, Najma Iqbal, Martinez, Anton, McCabe, Kira O, Mehulic, Jasmina, Milla, Mirra Noor, Mohammed, Idris, Molinario, Erica, Moyano, Manuel, Muhammad, Hayat, Mula, Silvana, Muluk, Hamdi, Myroniuk, Solomiia, Najafi, Reza, Nisa, Claudia F, Nyul, Boglarka, O'Keefe, Paul A, Olivas Osuna, Jose Javier, Osin, Evgeny N, Park, Joonha, Pica, Gennaro, Pierro, Antonio, Rees, Jonas, Resta, Elena, Rullo, Marika, Ryan, Michelle K, Samekin, Adil, Santtila, Pekka, Sasin, Edyta, Schumpe, Birga M, Selim, Heyla A, Stanton, Michael Vicente, Sultana, Samiah, Sutton, Robbie M, Tseliou, Eleftheria, Utsugi, Akira, van Breen, Jolien Anne, Van Lissa, Caspar J, Van Veen, Kees, Vazquez, Alexandra, Wollast, Robin, Wai-Lan Yeung, Victoria, Zand, Somayeh, Zezelj, Iris Lav, Zheng, Bang, Zick, Andreas, Zuniga, Claudia, and Leander, N Pontus. “Politicization of COVID-19 health-protective behaviors in the United States: Longitudinal and cross-national evidence”. PLoS ONE 16.10 (2021): e0256740.

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