Author(s): Ecem EB?

This study focuses on what the limits of "normal" and "new normal" life are, which are frequently emphasized during the Covid-19 process. Considering the change caused by the epidemic period in daily life, what is normal and what is not in social life has been questioned. As it is known, "normal" is a concept that is determined in social life and can change. Therefore, revealing the difference between "normal" and "new normal" life takes place depending on the views of experiences. In order to understand the change between "normal" and "new normal" in the epidemic process, this quantitative research, which obtained data by applying the survey technique, was conducted between May 25, 2020 and June 1, 2020. The continuation of the epidemic during the research process caused the research to be carried out on the internet. The sample group of this study consisted of 527 people residing in Ankara, Istanbul, Izmir and Trabzon provinces chosen by simple random sampling method. As a result of the findings of the study, it was observed that the participants in the study evaluated their behaviors in the pre-epidemic period as "normal" epidemic process that is, they evaluated the "new normal" life as abnormal.


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