Feelings of Social Isolation in Canada’s Pandemic Times: Exploring Its Correlates Using Multiple Correspondence Analysis

Fernando Mata, University of Ottawa

Identifying the linkages between the feelings of social isolation and its socio-demographic, residential, and psychosocial correlates is of major importance to the healthcare system today. Using data from the Canadian Survey Perspective Survey Series 6 (CPSS6) conducted by Statistics Canada, the purpose of this study is to explore these linkages during the second year of the pandemic in Canada.

Research Status: Research complete, preparing to publish/present

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