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"Does the COVID-19 vaccination rate change according to the education, income, culture level, social mindfulness and prosociality ?"

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In this study the investigators will examine the correlation of the COVID-19 vaccination rates of the cities with income, cultural level and various education levels. Furthermore, vaccination rate change with respect to social mindfulness and prosociality will be investigated also? The investigators hypothesize that a) Income & culture level is positively correlated with vaccination rate, b) If "time spent in education" increases (from illiterate, primary/mid/high school to BSc, MSc & PhD) vaccination level increases, c) if social mindfullness or prosociality increases, vaccination rate increase also? The results of this study make it easier for us to understand why anti-vaccine people are against vaccination. The results may lead to more different variables and questions being included in questionnaires to understand resistance against vaccination. Our basic variables are vaccination rates of cities, education level distribution (illiterate, primary school, middle school, high school, bachelor's degree, master degree, doctoral degree percentages) of cities, per capita income in the city, number of movie theaters per capita in the city and internet book sales of cities in Turkey. the investigators will do this work for other countries also as new data become available. For social mindfulness and prosociality vs. vaccination rate investigation, the investigators will use primarily Doesum et al.'s 2021 research variables: SVO (Social value orientation) and SoMi (Social Mindfulness) with WHO vaccination rate tables. ;

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NCT number NCT05057208
Study type Observational
Source Hacettepe University
Status Recruiting
Start date September 23, 2021
Completion date August 30, 2022

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