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Transition Studies Review ; JOUR(1):3-26, 29.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2090980

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The purpose of the research is to analyze and compare the efficiency of public, private and foreign banks in Poland and Ukraine for the period 2014-2020. To achieve the goal of the study, a quantitative approach based on the calculation of financial ratios such as net interest margin (NIM), average return on equity (ROAE), average return on assets (ROAA) and cost-to-income ratio (CIR) is used. The best performance indicators and the best efficiency in terms of criteria such as NIM, ROAE, ROAA and CIR in the period 2014-2019 were demonstrated in Poland by state-owned banking groups;however, in 2020, according to ROAE and ROAA, the best results showed banks with foreign capital (in particular, the banking group BNP Paribas Polska). The private bank Getin Noble was the worst in all evaluation criteria. The largest share of net assets in the banking system of Ukraine, as in Poland, is occupied by state-owned banks, while the share of foreign banks continued to decline, and the share of private banks was the smallest in the banking system. However, the best indicators of NIM, ROAE, ROAA, and CIR in the last three years were demonstrated in Ukraine by foreign banks. The result of the analysis shows that in the crisis situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, both in Ukraine and Poland, banks with foreign capital showed the highest efficiency in their activities, and the least - banks fully controlled by national capital. Modeling of the efficiency of state-owned banks in Ukraine showed that state-owned banks are mostly inefficient;this requires their privatization with the mandatory participation of foreign investors.

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Aquichan ; JOUR(4):1-15, 22.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2090732

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In addition to negative impacts on the physical and mental health of nursing/health professionals, headaches were identified as one of the main symptoms associated with using personal protective equipment (PPE). [...]the COVID-19 pandemic unveiled the need to think about/rethink the work of nursing and healthcare professionals at the forefront of disease prevention programs and fighting against the most severe cases, as mentioned. In this scenario, the World Health Organization and the International Labour Organization made recommendations to provide national and local governments, employers, and workers with practical guidance on preventing COVID-19 outbreaks at work, aiming to minimize worker exposure and transmission of SARS-CoV-2 (7). [...]this study aims to understand the meaning of worker safety in healthcare during a pandemic from the perspective of nurses, based on interventions related to continuing education in health. For Edgar Morin (8), author of Complex Thought, uncertainty, unpredictability, and contradictions are part of the human condition;thus, the author suggests solidarity and ethics as possiblepaths for reconnecting beings and professional knowledge. [...]this study presents reflections to expand perspectives and enable new ways of thinking and acting for the nursing team.

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Artha Journal of Social Sciences ; JOUR(2), 21.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2084033

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Shortly after the emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic in March 2020, the South African government instituted a nationwide lockdown, in an effort to curb the spread of the disease. However, a critical part of this process was the policing of communities under lockdown. In various communities throughout South Africa afflicted by gang-related crime, while the lockdown initially had an impact on gang activities, this did not last long. Gang subcultures continued despite the lockdown measures, as well as the joint military and police operations to maintain order. This article focuses on the relevance of punitive approaches to addressing gang subcultures in South Africa, particularly in the context of the Covid-19 and post-Covid-19 environment. It is based on research conducted by the authors in a gang-affected community in the city of Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha), located in the Nelson Mandela Bay metro, in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. The main argument is that punitive approaches are no longer effective (assuming they never were), and are certainly no longer relevant for addressing gang subcultures in the Covid-19 era.

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Artha Journal of Social Sciences ; JOUR(2), 21.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2083651

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This article is a psycho-social musing regarding the importance of lipstick as an item of makeup at a time when its primary area of usage, the face, has been covered due to demands of health and safety as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Being a musing, the article does not follow any strict methodology and has been written based only on certain day-to-today observations. By looking at the continued sale of lipsticks on online platforms and the ideas regarding its importance and usage as explicated by online beauty personalities, this paper tries to understand the importance of lipstick as a tool of women’s self-esteem, body image, self-confidence, emancipation, beautification as well as a symbol of consumerism in the current times when it cannot be flaunted due to the face masks. By using theories of feminism, especially post-structural feminism, consumerism and psychological theories such as those related to self-esteem and defence mechanism, the article has tried to put forward a psychosocial explanation of the use of lipsticks in the pandemic times.

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Filosifija sociologija ; JOUR(3):303-309, 33.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2083282

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Representations of critical geography and border studies have developed concepts and methodologies for exploring the multifaceted and contradictory image of contemporary borders. Artists, scholars and social activists show increased interest in the narrative and visual documenting of border's closures. The border's visuality becomes a supporting argument for dissent and protest, giving the 'visual evidence' of the extremely quick border's re-territoriality As a result, important events allow one 'to extracts sameness even from what is unique' (W. Benjamin). The mass migration and the pandemic return us to the reality of the human world with their non-freedom and illness. In the migration case, Europe has dealt with an 'alien body', and in the pandemic, with an 'infected or sick body'. The relationship between the image and the viewer is an important starting point in the representation of mass migration and pandemic. Mitchell's metaphor of live images' help us better understand the sense and reasons of new biological and politic events. Nowadays, the development, materialisation, and embodiment of European borders are the stable visual symbol of our existence.Alternate :Kritinę geografją ir sienas nagrinėjantys mokslininkai sukūrė koncepcijas ir metodo-logij ė , kaip tyrinėti daugialypį ir prieštaringą šiuolaikinių sienų įvaizdį. Menininkai, tyrintojai ir visuomenės aktyvistai vis labiau domisi naratyviniu ir vizualiu sienų už-darymo dokumentavimu. Sienos vizualumas tampa esminiu argumentu nesutarimams ir protestui, kuris suteikia "vizualinį įrodymą" apie itin greitą sienos reteritorializavimą. Todėl svarbūs įvykiai leidžia "išgauti vienodumą net iš to, kas unikalu";(W. Benjaminas). Masinė migracija ir pandemija grąžina mus į žmonijos pasaulio tikrovę, kurioje egzis-tuoja nelaisvė ir ligos. Migracijos atveju Europa susidūrė su "svetimu kūnu";, pandemijos atveju - su "užkrėstu ar sergančiu kūnu";. Atvaizdo ir žiūrovo santykis yra svarbus at-spirties taškas reprezentuojant masinę migraciją ir pandemiją. W. J. T. Mitchello "gyvų vaizdų" metafora padeda geriau suprasti naujų biologinių bei politinių įvykių prasmę ir priežastis. Šiandien Europos sienų raida, materializacija ir įsikūnijimas yra stabilus vizualinis mūsų egzistencijos simbolis.

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The Qualitative Report ; 27(10):2174-2184, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2081591

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This article is motivated by my personal wish to pay tribute to my beloved grandfather, who passed away during the COVID-19 pandemic while I was stranded in Australia. Relying on an evocative autoethnography of a grandson, a father, a PhD candidate and graduate, and a researcher, and in reference to the concepts of place-making theories such as time-space expansion, I tried to embrace my experience of grief and loss as well as to make sense of my feelings of distance, impermanence, and death during this chaotic period. The story I will tell below chronicles my emotional and spiritual journey from the moment I first learned of my grandfather's illness (early 2020) until the time after his passing (October 2021). I have found out that during this process of attempting to converse with, heal, and take care of myself, I have transcended the physicalsocial aspects of place and touched on spiritual space.

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Journal of Community Positive Practices ; 22(3):3-17, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2081554

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Whilst the world is experiencing an unprecedented and devastating public health crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic, scholars have apprehended that economic, social and mental health consequences brought by the pandemic might intensify suicidality amongst people. At this backdrop, this content analysis traces the relationship between suicidality and the COVID-19 pandemic employing Emile Durkheim's classical theoretical postulation of the sociology of suicide in the context of Bangladesh. The analysis is based on case reports identified through online newspaper search spanning from January 01 to May 15, 2020. During this period, 10 Covid-19 induced suicide cases were identified. The analysis of the findings captures the linkages between COVID-19 crisis and suicidal behavior according to Durkheim's four-fold typology of the social causation of suicide. The identified cases were fit into egoistic (2), anomic (5) and fatalistic (3) categories. No case was relevant to the altruistic category. As there is no national suicide prevention strategy in Bangladesh, this analysis highlights several immediate and short prevention strategies. Furthermore, this analysis contributes to our sociological understanding that Durkheim's macro-level theory has the potentials to analyze micro-level/case-based suicide incidents.

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Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai. Studia Europaea ; 67(1):119-151, 2022.
Article in French | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2081387

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The discovery of the mRNA vaccine against Covid-19 led to a vaccination obligation, that instituted by governments. This obligation, of a legal type has come up against vaccine resistance: that of the governed. Based on this observations, the present contribution, adopting the approach of an applied political philosophy, leads to quick concrete measures to ensure the transition from a vaccination obligation, identified here as a threat, to a perception of vaccination as moral obligation. This without, however, losing sight of the principled dimension inherent in philosophy. In this respect, the horizon of vaccination as non-domination is an illustration of this.

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Apuntes ; 49(92):61-84, 2022.
Article in Spanish | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2074808

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El presente artículo analiza la gestión universitaria desarrollada en una institución pública en la etapa inicial de la pandemia y durante esta en Colombia en 2020. El método de estudio de caso fue utilizado para identificar las estrategias implementadas por la institución para afrontar la crisis a partir de la planeación, la gestión académica, la gestión administrativa, la gestión del bienestar, la gestión de la investigación, y la extensión. Los resultados permiten evidenciar una configuración de la gestión universitaria que se orientó principalmente a garantizar los procesos de enseñanza y presencialidad asistida por tecnología, a apoyar económica y psicológicamente a los estudiantes mediante estrategias de articulación con otras entidades, y a soportar la crisis nacional mediante la investigación y el conocimiento de los académicos.Alternate :This article analyses the university management developed in a public institution in the initial stage and during the pandemic in Colombia in 2020. The case study method was used to identify the strategies implemented by the institution to face the crisis from the planning, academic management, administrative management, welfare management, research management, and extension. The results show a configuration of university management that was mainly oriented to guarantee the processes of teaching and face-to-face attendance assisted by technology, to support students economically and psychologically through strategies of articulation with other entities, and to withstand the national crisis through academic research and knowledge.

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Apuntes ; 49(92):151-182, 2022.
Article in Spanish | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2074807

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Uno de los principales retos que trajo consigo la pandemia de COVID-19 fue dar continuidad a la educación. En ese contexto, este trabajo se enfoca en la práctica de la educación superior en la disciplina de Ingeniería y sus programas académicos afines con una perspectiva a futuro, motivado por las limitaciones y retos impuestos por la pandemia. Frente a ello, surgió la interrogante de cómo mantener experiencias de aprendizaje activo, vivencial, centradas en el estudiante, y que sean relevantes para desarrollar sus competencias, a pesar de su interacción remota y las frecuentes carencias tecnológicas y de recursos educativos. Así, este trabajo propone un esquema conceptual para guiar el diseño y reflexión de experiencias de aprendizaje con una perspectiva pospandémica. Este esquema está compuesto por seis dimensiones de la innovación y liderazgo educativo para la educación superior: entorno, impacto y vinculación;modelos educativos y cadena de valor;estrategias educativas;formatos de enseñanza, infraestructura y recursos de aprendizaje;acreditaciones;y evaluación del aprendizaje. Adicionalmente, este documento presenta iniciativas que ejemplifican este esfuerzo dentro de la MIT Supply Chain And Logistics Excellence network en Latinoamérica y El Caribe (MIT SCALE LAC) liderada por el Centro de Transporte y Logística del Massachussetts Institute of Technology. Estas iniciativas refieren experiencias de aprendizaje en universidades de Bolivia, México y Perú que han buscado mantener el aprendizaje activo en el contexto de la pandemia, con un vínculo hacia los desafíos contemporáneos de las organizaciones, las comunidades y la sociedad en general en la que viven inmersos los estudiantes.Alternate :One of the main challenges that the COVID-19 pandemic brought was the continuity of education. In this context, this work focuses on analyzing the practice of higher education in the discipline of Engineering and its related academic programs with a future perspective, motivated by the limitations and challenges imposed by the pandemic. To ensure high-quality education, it was relevant to give continuity to the education of students, maintaining active, experiential, student-centered learning experiences that are relevant to developing their skills, despite their remote interaction and frequent technological deficiencies. and educational resources. Thus, this work proposes a conceptual scheme to guide the design and reflection of learning experiences with a post-pandemic perspective. This scheme is composed of six dimensions of innovation and educational leadership for higher education: environment, impact and linkage, educational models and value chain, educational strategies, teaching formats, infrastructure and learning resources, accreditations and learning evaluation. Additionally, this document presents initiatives that exemplify this effort within the MIT Supply Chain And Logistics Excellence network for Latin America and the Caribbean (MIT SCALE LAC), led by the Center for Transportation and Logistics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. These initiatives refer to learning experiences in universities in Bolivia, Mexico, and Peru that have sought to maintain active learning in the context of the pandemic, with a link to the contemporary challenges of organizations, communities, and the society in general in which they live. students immersed.

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Apuntes ; 49(92):215-242, 2022.
Article in Spanish | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2074806

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Debido a la pandemia por COVID-19, todo el sistema educativo migró a la modalidad virtual, lo que trajo consigo retos sociales, tecnológicos, psicológicos, etc. En este contexto, las escuelas rurales, que presentaban diversas carencias desde antes de la pandemia, se convirtieron en un escenario donde la labor de enseñanza y, consecuentemente, el aprendizaje de los estudiantes se vieron perjudicados en diversos aspectos. Por lo anterior, la presente investigación buscó recoger las experiencias de los profesores de secundaria sobre la educación virtual que se implementó en las zonas rurales del Perú por la pandemia de COVID-19. La metodología fue cualitativa y fenomenológica, y se realizaron entrevistas a 23 profesores. El impacto inicial del cierre de las escuelas cambió drásticamente la dinámica educativa, y llevó a una gran incertidumbre;como respuesta, los profesores salieron en busca de sus alumnos, a pesar de las dificultades geográficas y tecnológicas. Asimismo, la brecha digital se hizo más evidente, no percibieron ayuda de algunas autoridades, el apoyo familiar fue diverso y se redujeron los programas educativos, lo que afectó las oportunidades de aprendizaje. Todo indicaría que las brechas educativas, sociales y tecnológicas preexistentes en la zona rural se agravaron, y se espera que las nuevas políticas públicas atiendan esta problemática lo antes posible.Alternate :Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the entire educational system migrated to the virtual modality, bringing with it social, technological, psychological challenges, etc. In this context, rural schools, which had various shortcomings since before the pandemic, became a scenario where the teaching work and, consequently, student learning was harmed in various aspects. Therefore, this research sought to collect the experiences of secondary school teachers on virtual education that was implemented in rural areas of Peru due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The methodology was qualitative, phenomenological and interviews were conducted with 23 teachers. The initial impact of the school closures drastically changed the educational dynamic, leading to great uncertainty;in response, teachers went out in search of their students despite the geographical and technological difficulties. Likewise, the digital gap worsened, teachers did not receive help from some authorities, family support was diverse and educational programs were reduced, affecting learning opportunities. Everything would indicate that the pre-existing educational, social and technological gaps in rural areas have worsened and it is expected that the new public policies will address this problem as soon as possible.

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Apuntes ; 49(92):125-149, 2022.
Article in Spanish | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2074805

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Las relaciones colaborativas en educación han sido impactadas por el desarrollo de la pandemia de COVID-19 en diversas latitudes del orbe, lo cual invita a su análisis para contextos en Latinoamérica. Este estudio analiza el impacto de la pandemia en la colaboración de tres establecimientos educativos en Chile. Para ello, se utiliza un enfoque exploratorio descriptivo con base en la teoría y metodología del análisis de redes sociales (ARS), la cual permite cuantificar los cambios en las relaciones colaborativas entre y dentro de las unidades educativas examinadas, distinguiendo entre roles y atributos de 77 integrantes en total. Los resultados muestran que la colaboración cambió durante la pandemia, destacando una mayor distribución de esta entre diversos roles y cargos, lo que da luces sobre las implicancias del impacto de la emergencia sociosanitaria en estas relaciones cooperativas.Alternate :Collaborative relationships in Education have been impacted by the advancement of the COVID-19 pandemic in various latitudes of the world, making it important to explore its impact in Latin American contexts This study analyzes the impact of the pandemic on collaboration patterns of three schools in Chile. The analysis has an exploratory descriptive approach, following a Social Network Analysis (SNA) methodology, which allows the quantification of changes in collaborative relationships between the 77 schools members being analyzed. The results show that collaboration patterns changed during the pandemic, highlighting a wider distribution among educational actors' positions and roles, and showing that the socio-sanitary emergency had an impact on their collaborative relationships.

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Apuntes ; 49(92):33-60, 2022.
Article in Spanish | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2074804

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En este artículo, se analizan algunos de los cambios ocurridos en los telebachilleratos comunitarios mexicanos durante la pandemia por COVID-19, en particular en las condiciones de los actores escolares, en las nuevas actividades que implica la educación a distancia y en las relaciones maestros-estudiantes. Desde la sociología comprensiva y mediante entrevistas semiestructuradas, se recupera la perspectiva de directivos y docentes con el fin de mostrar su papel en la transformación de la escuela. Se encontró que, a pesar de que los problemas preexistentes de directivos y maestras/os se exacerbaron, dichos actores tuvieron un papel protagónico y asumieron con creatividad y compromiso la labor docente.Alternate :This article analyzes some of the changes that occurred in Mexican community distance-learning high schools during the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly regarding the conditions of actors within school systems, the new activities associated with distance-learning, and teacher-student relationships. From the perspective of interpretive sociology and through semi-structured interviews, the aim is to take the perspective of head teachers and teachers into account, to show their role in the transformation of the schools. It was found that, even though the pre-existing problems of head teachers and teachers were exacerbated, these actors played a leading role and carried out this teaching work with creativity and commitment.

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Apuntes ; 49(92):85-123, 2022.
Article in Spanish | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2074803

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Este artículo profundiza en los procesos de autonomía escolar surgidos al inicio de la pandemia por COVID-19, a partir del análisis del ciclo de políticas de la intervención del Gobierno federal para dar continuidad educativa a distancia. Por medio de una revisión documental de literatura académica y documentos oficiales, así como de entrevistas y grupos focales con figuras de educación básica y media superior, se concluye que, históricamente, la autonomía escolar ha sido un proyecto difuso de política en México y que no fue un eje presente en la respuesta del Gobierno a la emergencia;sin embargo, algunas comunidades escolares han exigido el reconocimiento a su autonomía para decidir y actuar en colectivo.Alternate :This article delves into the processes of school autonomy that emerged at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, from the lenses given by the analysis of the policy cycle of the federal government intervention to secure the continuity in distance education. Through a documentary review of academic literature and official documents, as well as interviews and focus groups with figures of basic and upper secondary education, it is concluded that, historically, school autonomy has been a diffuse political project in Mexico and that it was not a present axis in the government's response to the emergency. However, some school communities have demanded recognition of their autonomy to decide and act collectively.

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Apuntes ; 49(92):183-214, 2022.
Article in Spanish | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2074802

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En este estudio, se analiza el efecto que tuvo el teletrabajo en la vida de las y los docentes de la División Académica Multidisciplinaria de la Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco (UJAT) en México, durante el confinamiento por COVID-19, principalmente en el trabajo de cuidados en los hogares con integrantes de 15 años o menos. El argumento central es que esto afecta más a las mujeres que a los hombres considerados en este estudio. Los resultados muestran que las docentes asumieron el rol principal de los cuidados y las tareas domésticas, conciliando estas exigencias con el teletrabajo, a expensas de reducir sus horas de sueño y ver afectada su salud física y mental (estrés, depresión, ansiedad).Alternate :This work analyzes the effect that telework had on the lives of the teachers of the Multidisciplinary Unit of the Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco (UJAT) in Mexico, during the confinement by COVID-19, mainly in care work in homes with 15 years or less children. The main argu- ment in this study is whether this way of working affected female teachers more than male teachers. The results show that female teachers assumed the main role of care and domestic tasks, reconciling these demands teleworking from home, at the expense of reducing their sleep hours and having their physical and mental health affected (stress, depression, anxiety).

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Apuntes ; 49(92):5-32, 2022.
Article in Spanish | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2074801

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Este trabajo forma parte del proyecto internacional EduCovid19, que busca describir la percepción de los docentes sobre el impacto de la COVID-19 en sus prácticas, así como la de sus estudiantes. En ese contexto, este texto se focaliza en realizar comparaciones de las percepciones docentes en diferentes variables y proyectar sus consecuencias en la carrera docente. Participaron del estudio una muestra (N=541) de profesores chilenos y peruanos de todos los niveles educativos a través de un cuestionario estructurado virtual. Los resultados muestran desigualdades en las prácticas docentes de ambos países a partir de diferencias significativas vinculadas con la desigualdad de género, brechas socioeconómicas y el grado académico de los educadores.Alternate :This paper is part of the international EduCovid19 project that seeks to describe teachers' perceptions ofthe impact ofCOVID-19 on their practices, as well as those of their students. In this context, this text focuses on making comparisons of teachers' perceptions on different variables and projecting their consequences on their teaching careers. A sample (N=541) of Chilean and Peruvian teachers of all educational levels participated in the study through a virtual structured questionnaire. The results show inequalities in the teaching practices of both countries based on significant differences linked to gender inequality, socioeconomic gaps, and the academic degree of the educators.

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Agathos ; 13(2):163-175, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2073993

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Working life has been transformed and its dynamics experienced a new break with the Covid-19 outbreak which made working home model as a new normal. Coronavirus caused significant changes in all aspects of life, which an important one was compelling people staying and working home. Hence, increasing sedentary lifestyle and spending more time on internet and television affected musculoskeletal health negatively. The aim of this study is to investigate the impact of working home arrangements on work related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSD) during Covid-19 pandemic. Research was conducted with a group of 424 participants who experienced working home style in pandemic period in Turkey. A questionnaire containing demographic questionnaire and Cornell Musculoskeletal Discomfort Questionnaire (CMDQ) was sent to participants. The findings of this study showed that the working home arrangements during pandemic period worsened the musculoskeletal health of the participants. It is predicted that this deterioration will continue to increase with the continuation of working from home. Consequently, in order to decrease this negative situation, organizations and individuals should take the necessary precautions, regulations and training.

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Agathos ; 13(2):177-195, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2073899

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The Covid-19 viral disease has spread worldwide very rapidly and was declared as a pandemic by the World Health Organization. The unexpected rapid increase in the number of infected people has resulted in adverse impact on all spheres of life, and countries have turned to various practices in combating the pandemic. Smart city applications and artificial intelligence technologies were among the first tools that various countries utilized to get quick results in their fight against Covid-19. The aim of this study is to reveal the importance of smart city applications and artificial intelligence in combating Covid-19 by presenting China, US, France, Italy, and Turkey as examples. These countries were comparatively analyzed in terms of their policies, smart city applications and artificial intelligence technologies they have been utilizing to contain and cope with Covid-19. Our findings indicate that these countries mostly benefited from smart city applications, broadband technologies, 5G technology, mobile applications, health code, radiation management, early diagnosis kit and face recognition technologies in coping with the pandemic.

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Apuntes ; 49(92):I,V, 2022.
Article in Spanish | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2073665

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En especial para quienes nos interesa la educación, esta edición de Apuntes brinda conocimiento y suscita preguntas de diversa índole acerca de nuestras realidades en un período excepcional. Este rasgo se advierte, por ejemplo, en el artículo «La educación virtual durante la pandemia desde la perspectiva de los profesores peruanos de secundaria en escuelas rurales» de Daniel Rubén Tacca Huamán, Luis Junior Tirado Castro y Renzo Cuarez Cordero. Esto se advierte, por ejemplo, en los textos «Percepciones del impacto de la pandemia en las prácticas docentes de Chile y Perú» de Pablo Andrada y Julio-César Mateus;«Cambios en las condiciones, prácticas y relaciones maestros-estudiantes durante la pandemia por COVID19 en los bachilleratos rurales mexicanos» de Carlota Guzmán Gómez;«La colaboración educativa antes y durante la pandemia: análisis de redes sociales en escuelas chilenas» de Juan Pablo Queupil y Catalina Cuenca Vivanco;«Efectos de la pandemia en el trabajo de cuidados: el caso de las y los docentes universitarios tabasqueños que trabajaron desde el hogar» de Nélyda Solana-Villanueva, Martín De los Heros - Rondenil y Sandra Carmen Murillo-López;y el artículo «La educación virtual durante la pandemia desde la perspectiva de los profesores peruanos...» de Tacca, Tirado y Cuarez. De este modo, el artículo «Efectos de la pandemia en el trabajo de cuidados: el caso de las y los docentes universitarios tabasqueños.», de Solana, De los Heros y Murillo, permite observar cómo desde el inicio del confinamiento social gran parte de las actividades privadas y públicas que se trasladaron a los hogares recayeron, en gran medida, en las manos de las mujeres. Aunado a este trabajo, en «La educación virtual durante la pandemia desde la perspectiva de los profesores.», Tacca, Tirado y Cuarez identifican retos y problemáticas que rápidamente enfrentaron las familias cuando asumieron tareas educativas sin contar con numerosos recursos, habilidades y conocimientos que son cruciales para garantizar la continuidad de los servicios educativos. De igual modo, el artículo «Reflexiones desde la práctica docente: experiencias de aprendizaje para la educación en Ingeniería Industrial en la pospandemia», de David Ernesto Salinas-Navarro, Agatha Clarice Da Silva - Ovando, Christopher Mejía-Argueta y Mario Chong, permite conocer algunos de estos cambios entre estudiantes universitarios según las opiniones vertidas por sus maestros y autoridades al respecto.

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Surveillance & Society ; 20(3):317-318, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2072609

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Kitchin reviews Pandemic Surveillance by David Lyon.

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