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Higher Education in Asia ; : 269-280, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1838285

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This volume was conceived well before the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic crisis emerged in late 2019 and then gradually spread to different parts of the globe. When this volume was completed for publication, all authors of the volume have to go through the unprecedented global health crisis whilst writing the chapters. How far the COVID-19 has affected the inter-university and industry cooperation to promote innovation-centric entrepreneurship remains ongoing research. This concluding chapter sets out against the COVID-19 crisis context to critically reflect on the prospects of the Greater Bay Area development project. In addition, this chapter will draw the conclusion of the present volume and highlight some interesting future research agendas. © 2022, The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.

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Higher Education in Asia ; : 245-267, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1838284

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International education and international student mobility are becoming increasingly popular in the era of globalization, which has triggered discussions on brain drain, brain gain, and brain circulation. Nonetheless, international student mobility has been significantly not only by the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic but also by the new geopolitics clearly adversely influencing the diplomatic relationships between China and the USA with its allies in the West. In view of the growing complexity closely related to how international politics affecting international learning and student mobility, there is a reverse trend of Chinese international students choosing to return to China in recent years against the worsening relations between China and some major powers in the West. This chapter sets out against the broader political economy context to examine the intentions of Chinese high-level talents graduating from major universities overseas to return to mainland China to pursue their career development. More specifically, this chapter examines the high-level talents’ overall feelings about China and foreign countries from their perspectives. Special attention is given to high-level talents’ preferred institutions and provinces or regions for their career development. Analyzing the major survey data generated from a research project conducted by Peking University, this chapter discusses policy implications for talent attraction and retention for the GBA. © 2022, The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.

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Ecological Solutions and Evidence ; 2(e12093), 2021.
Article in English | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1838123

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Wildlife strongly alter behaviour in response to human disturbance;however, fundamental questions remain regarding the influence of human infrastructure and activity on animal movement. The Covid-19 pandemic created a natural experiment providing an opportunity to evaluate wildlife movement during a period of greatly reduced human activity. Speculation in scientific reviews and the media suggested that wildlife might be increasing movement and colonizing urban landscapes during pandemic slowdowns. However, theory predicts that animals should move and use space as efficiently as possible, suggesting that movement might actually be reduced relative to decreased human activity. The researchers quantified space use, movement, and resource-selection of 12 GPS-collared mountain lions (eight females, four males) occupying parklands in greater Los Angeles during the Spring 2020 California stay-at-home order when human activity was far below normal. The researchers also tested the hypothesis that reduced traffic on Los Angeles area roadways increased permeability of these barriers to animal movement. Contrary to expectations that wildlife roamed more widely during pandemic shutdowns, resident mountain lions used smaller areas and moved shorter distances relative to their historical behaviour in greater Los Angeles. They also relaxed avoidance of anthropogenic landscape features such as trails and development, which likely facilitated increased travelling efficiency. However, there was no detectable change in road-crossing, despite reduced traffic volume. Our results support the theoretical prediction that animals maximize movement efficiency and suggest that carnivores incur energetic costs while avoiding humans. While mountain lions may restrict movement at the landscape level relative to barriers, they appear to increase distances moved at finer scales when avoiding human activity - highlighting the scale-dependent nature of animal responses to human disturbance. Avoiding humans can reduce direct mortality of large carnivores and is often suggested to be an important mechanism promoting coexistence in shared landscapes. However, energetic costs incurred by increased movement and space-use while avoiding human activity may have important consequences for population viability, predator-prey interactions, community structure, and human-wildlife conflict. Management providing sufficient wild prey and education regarding best practices for protection of domestic animals are important for conserving large carnivores in human-dominated landscapes.

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Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences ; 83(7-A):No Pagination Specified, 2022.
Article in English | APA PsycInfo | ID: covidwho-1837934

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Black women in counselor education and supervision (CES) programs have historically been underrepresented in the scholarly literature, making it vital to understand how this group of women cope with the adverse effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The purpose of this qualitative transcendental phenomenological study was to explore and understand Black women's lived experiences in CES doctoral programs during the COVID-19 pandemic. Husserl's phenomenological approach served as the conceptual framework for this research study. Semi structured interviews were conducted with nine Black women enrolled in CES doctoral programs having at least 6 months to 5 years of engagement in their program. The data were analyzed using the modified van Kaam 7-step method as outlined by Moustakas. Results indicated that while Black female CES doctoral students faced challenges and barriers in their programs during the pandemic, success and supportive factors continue to contribute to their efforts to be fully committed to their programs. The results may contribute to positive social change by providing higher educational institutions, counselor educators, and counseling professionals with information to consider fostering diverse and culturally specific resources, increase an understanding of historical factors affecting current challenges during the pandemic, and create ways to build relationships with Black students. (PsycInfo Database Record (c) 2022 APA, all rights reserved)

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International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health ; 19(9):5258, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1837928

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A successful interprofessional faculty development program was transformed into a more clinically focused professional development opportunity for both faculty and clinicians. Discipline-specific geriatric competencies and the Interprofessional Education Collaborative (IPEC) competencies were aligned to the 4Ms framework. The goal of the resulting program, Creating Interprofessional Readiness for Complex and Aging Adults (CIRCAA), was to advance an age-friendly practice using evidence-based strategies to support wellness and improve health outcomes while also addressing the social determinants of health (SDOH). An interprofessional team employed a multidimensional approach to create age-friendly, person-centered practitioners. In this mixed methods study, questionnaires were disseminated and focus groups were conducted with two cohorts of CIRCAA scholars to determine their ability to incorporate learned evidence-based strategies into their own practice environments. Themes and patterns were identified among transcribed interview recordings. Multiple coders were used to identify themes and patterns and inter-coder reliability was assessed. The findings indicate that participants successfully incorporated age-friendly principles and best practices into their own work environments and escaped the silos of their disciplines through the implementation of their capstone projects. Quantitative data supported qualitative themes and revealed gains in knowledge of critical components of age-friendly healthcare and perceptions of interprofessional collaborative care. These results are discussed within a new conceptual framework for studying the multidimensional complexity of what it means to be age-friendly. Our findings suggest that programs such as CIRCAA have the potential to improve older adults’ health by addressing SDOH, advancing age-friendly and patient-centered care, and promoting an interprofessional model of evidence-based practice.

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Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering ; 83(7-B):No Pagination Specified, 2022.
Article in English | APA PsycInfo | ID: covidwho-1837925

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Background: Online education is a concept that has been rapidly evolving. The perceptions of online education have been negative by the majority of face-to-face instructors. However, technological advancements have created opportunities to expand in the online education sector. The COVID-19 pandemic has shed light on how unprepared institutions are to transition to online education. As a result, occupational stressors have had a negative impact on online faculty. Educators' burnout rates have almost doubled since the start of the pandemic. While burnout is a known problem in the teaching profession, the effects of burnout in online education are not clear. The purpose of this literature review was to research potential preventative measures and interventions against burnout for faculty teaching in online education. Methods: The review of the literature addressed the following topics: a) the negative effects of faculty burnout, (b) online stressors that increase the risk of faculty burnout in the online environment, and (c) preventative measures and interventions to combat faculty burnout outcomes. Results: A literature review demonstrates that implementing preventative strategies and interventions against faculty burnout in online education is necessary to maintain faculty health and job performance. Most importantly, yoga, physical activity, positive coping strategies, and social support systems effectively mitigate burnout symptomology for faculty. Conclusion: Preventative measures and interventions play a valuable role in reducing burnout symptomologies such as high emotion exhaustion, high depersonalization, and low personal achievement for faculty. Future research is warranted to assess how effective these preventative measures and interventions are for faculty in online education. (PsycInfo Database Record (c) 2022 APA, all rights reserved)

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Journal of Health Sciences (Qassim University) ; 16(3):11-19, 2022.
Article in English | Academic Search Complete | ID: covidwho-1837898

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Objective: Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) was seriously affected by the 4th COVID-19 outbreak. This study aimed to provide mental health care services for people through a psychological intervention model, called “PSYCARE.” The model included five MHC services: active and passive education, propagation, 24-h hotline consultation, online interventions/counseling, and crisis intervention. Methods: The entire workflow was implemented in the three steps under the leadership of the Ho Chi Minh City government: (1) Preparation and mobilization, (2) Multidisciplinary team establishment, and (3) Feedback mechanism, and project completion. By statistical method on service usage data of people during the outbreak, we evaluated the results as well as discussed the model’s effectiveness. Results: In 42 days of implementation, there were a total of 149 posts, 1660 shares in social networks with more than 4,000 interactions per week. A MHC handbook was published. Ten episodes of MHC radio and ten live TV programs were broadcast with more than 10,000 listening times. We successfully propagated 35 topics at 4 COVID-19 hospitals and 34 quarantine areas. A total of 2,069 hotline consultations were done. 1,382 cases were counseled online, and 145 one-on-one crisis interventions were done to three groups: COVID-19 infected/affected children and adults, vulnerable people, frontline medical, and military staff. Conclusion: The PSYCARE model has been proven to positively affect the general population’s mental health during the COVID-19 outbreak. Our framework and model could be used as an expert reference guide in providing effective psychological intervention in the COVID-19 pandemic. [ FROM AUTHOR] Copyright of Journal of Health Sciences (Qassim University) is the property of Journal of Health Sciences and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission. However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. This may be abridged. No warranty is given about the accuracy of the copy. Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full . (Copyright applies to all s.)

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International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health ; 19(9):5734, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1837882

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This pilot study was conducted on the reported hypothesis that the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak had an impact on the accessibility and quality of healthcare services and exacerbated socioeconomic inequalities. The aim was to determine whether economic status and education had an impact on the perception of access and quality to healthcare services during the COVID-19 pandemic and whether, according to patients, accessibility and quality had changed significantly compared to the pre-pandemic period in Poland. The study was based on the authors’ questionnaire and the results were statistically analyzed. Two hundred forty-seven feedback responses were received with a responsiveness rate of 93 percent. Statistically significant differences were found when comparing education level and utilization of healthcare services during the COVID-19 pandemic. A comparison of gender and economic situation, and average monthly income found no statistically significant differences. The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly affected the provision of health services in many countries around the world. One result of the pandemic crisis has been widening socioeconomic inequalities among patients.

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Strategic Enrollment Management Quarterly ; 10(1):3-11, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1837863

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This study analyzed six months of student feedback from a text messaging program serving 40 Minority-Serving Institutions (MSIs) in the United States immediately after the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic in March 2020. Findings suggest institutions of higher education could have communicated curricular models and campus information in a more timely, clear manner to assuage student anxiety and support student persistence and graduation. Implications for enrollment management and financial aid practitioners are addressed.

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International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health ; 19(9):5191, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1837855

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The incidence and mortality rates of cervical cancer are rising among young women in Japan. In November 2021, the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare reinstated the active recommendation for the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, which was discontinued in June 2013 due to reports of adverse reactions, including chronic pain and motor dysfunction, following vaccination. However, vaccine hesitancy among the younger generation remains, and it is essential to identify the barriers in vaccination uptake. Therefore, we aimed to conduct a randomized study using different methods of providing educational contents to improve health literacy regarding cervical cancer and HPV vaccination among female students in Japan. Here, we present the results of our preliminary report and discuss current topics related to HPV vaccination in Japan. Data were collected from 27 female students—divided into three groups: no intervention, print-based intervention, and social networking service-based intervention—using the health literacy scale and communicative and critical health literacy scale. Our primary results indicate that participants’ knowledge and health literacy improved post-intervention. Therefore, medical professionals must provide accurate scientific knowledge regarding routine HPV vaccination and the risk of cervical cancer to young women to improve their health literacy and subsequently increase the HPV vaccination rates.

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Mathematics ; 10(9):1442, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1837851

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This study aims to evaluate the impact of a selected active labour market policy measure that has been applied in Slovakia—Allowance for school graduate practice performance—on the employability of young jobseekers and their sustainability in the labour market, and thus, it will also empirically contribute to the field of relevant literature. The policy targets unemployed school graduates, and it enables them to acquire professional skills and practical experience that corresponds with their level of education, work habits, and possible direct contact with potential employers. At the same time, this measure addresses a long-standing gap in the Slovakian education system, namely, the insufficient linkages between the educational process, the practices in the field, and the requirements of the labour market. Using fiscal resources to finance this policy, it provides a natural and logical platform to investigate the relevance of the outcome of this measure in the context of its proclaimed objectives. In light of this, we employed a counterfactual approach to compare the results of the participants who were affected the measure (recipients;treated group) and non-participants, as their counterparts (comparison/control group), using an instrumental variable to mitigate self-selection and selection-bias problems. Our findings show that this policy intervention has a short- or medium-term impact on the employability of unemployed school graduates and the sustainability of their careers. In addition, a positive impact on their monthly wages was observed. We also came to the conclusion that, assuming the measure is linked to other labour market policy interventions, which is aimed at employers that are willing to hire young unemployed people, it would be possible to improve the functionality and effectiveness of support for the unemployed through indirect measures.

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Strategic Enrollment Management Quarterly ; 10(1):35-42, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1837728

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Robust strategic enrollment management plans include an integrated focus on student retention. While Piedmont University has seen steady new student growth over the past few years, retention rates had dropped from the mid-70s to an all-time low of 62 percent. Significant and immediate action was necessary. The Retention Vortex was created as a internal communication protocol that pulls together disparate units across the campus with an ultimate result of increasing the retention rate to 77 percent in three years. This article describes the Vortex and other successful student retention initiatives.

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International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health ; 19(9):5740, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1837667

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One way to increase nursing retention is to expand the number of nursing education programs;however, a more cost-effective initial step would be to ensure that each graduate will start a professional career. Nursing studies expose students to prolonged and uncontrolled stress that negatively affects their professional identity and health. Two hundred and fifty-four nursing students participated in this study. The data were obtained using the Perceived Stress Scale (PSS-10), a proprietary questionnaire on the students’ perception of their study, intention to practice in the future, and other metrics. Among our sample, a dozen students were unsure that they would enter the nursing profession. Stress levels in women were higher than in men. Respondents indicated that they were afraid of the return of the pandemic. This analysis was significant among people living in large cities. Based on our findings, five themes should be prioritised: favourable study environment and adequate competencies (including implementation of stress management techniques, especially among women and students living and studying in large cities), appropriate working hours, quality of practical classes, and quality of personal protective equipment.

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Electronics ; 11(9):1500, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1837603

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With COVID-19, formal education was interrupted in all countries and the importance of distance learning has increased. It is possible to teach any lesson with various communication tools but it is difficult to know how far this lesson reaches to the students. In this study, it is aimed to monitor the students in a classroom or in front of the computer with a camera in real time, recognizing their faces, their head poses, and scoring their distraction to detect student engagement based on their head poses and Eye Aspect Ratios. Distraction was determined by associating the students’ attention with looking at the teacher or the camera in the right direction. The success of the face recognition and head pose estimation was tested by using the UPNA Head Pose Database and, as a result of the conducted tests, the most successful result in face recognition was obtained with the Local Binary Patterns method with a 98.95% recognition rate. In the classification of student engagement as Engaged and Not Engaged, support vector machine gave results with 72.4% accuracy. The developed system will be used to recognize and monitor students in the classroom or in front of the computer, and to determine the course flow autonomously.

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2021 International Conference of Innovation, Learning and Cooperation, CINAIC 2021 ; 3129, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1837529

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For years, many studies has been stressing the importance of incorporating new technologies and tele-education in universities across the globe. However, the implementation of new methodologies that take advantage of educational innovation supported by new technological tools has been slow and gradual. The new reality to which we have been exposed due to the health emergency caused by COVID-19 has hastened the incorporation of these methodologies hastily and has highlighted the lack of resources or training that universities suffer from to face the changes that have occurred. There is a clear need to modernize educational methodologies in higher education to bring it closer to the new generations and their needs, implementing more flexible models that provide transversal competencies. This work proposes a methodology based on social networks as a tool for support and connection between teachers and students. In addition, we explored different combinations of accessible software that allowing us to conclude the steps to follow for the successful implementation of social networks in the classroom. Copyright © 2021 for this paper by its authors. Use permitted under Creative Commons License Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0).

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Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences ; 83(7-A):No Pagination Specified, 2022.
Article in English | APA PsycInfo | ID: covidwho-1837514

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The purpose of this qualitative action research project was to explore using an emergent literacy perspective to provide play-based writing opportunities for preschool bilingual children. For this dissertation, I focused on the following research questions: (1) What does play-based writing look like in a hybrid bilingual preschool classroom? (2) How does the medium of instruction (virtual or in-person) mediate children's engagement with writing during the COVID-19 pandemic? Through the utilization of a funds of knowledge approach, I explored play-based writing within my hybrid bilingual preschool classroom, and examined how the medium of instruction guided students' engagement in play-based writing. I argue that: (1) The development and maintenance of confianza directly related to students' involvement in play-based writing;(2) The incorporation of students' funds of knowledge and interests into play-based writing opportunities facilitated motivation for students to engage in play-based writing;(3) Scaffolding play-based writing was possible via in-person and virtual instruction;(4) Technological barriers affected students' abilities to engage in play-based writing;(5) Caretakers' perceptions of emergent literacy shifted throughout the course of the study. My work can be used to inform future research about the effectiveness of virtual home engagements in building confianza with families. It can also be used as a reference to how children's play is interconnected between home and school. Future research that examines play-based writing may benefit from using my example on recipe-writing to help build an understanding of how students' lived experiences influence their motivation to engage in play-based writing. (PsycInfo Database Record (c) 2022 APA, all rights reserved)

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Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences ; 83(7-A):No Pagination Specified, 2022.
Article in English | APA PsycInfo | ID: covidwho-1837443

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In the spring of 2020, nearly every school aged student and K-12 teacher across the United States was forced to participate in remote educational activities online, prompting an unexpected departure from the status quo in public education. This was a result of government mandated social distancing practices, as a mitigation strategy for combating the global pandemic induced by the novel coronavirus. Most school districts were compelled to repurpose their daily practices by rapidly planning to ascertain resources for the implementation of an emergency remote education initiative. These unprecedented events presented many challenges for educators, especially given most had no formal training for conducting online instructional delivery utilizing various technologies. Special education teachers in particular confronted a unique set of challenges when considering how to support the complex needs of diverse learners. This included student support for engagement with access to technology, knowledge of various applied technological pedagogical skills, teacher preparation, technical training, ongoing professional support, interactions with stakeholders, and individual social emotional well-being. The purpose of this study was to determine how special education teachers perceived various aspects of their experiences, when teaching remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic. A survey was designed to measure these perceptions containing aligned items to the domains of the technological pedagogical and content knowledge (TPACK) framework. The COVID-19 Special Education Teacher Survey (C-SETS) was a 42 item questionnaire set on a 5-point Likert scale that contained an additional open-ended question. It was administered online and completed by 280 participants, across 46 states, primarily via a social media platform. While the results demonstrated that special education teachers overall were technically skilled, had increased communication with parents/caregivers, and gained skills for future practices, there was a significantly insufficient level of preparation, a deficit with various pedagogical skills using technology, less collaboration with IEP team members, inconsistent student engagement, varying access to technology, a lack of technical training, ongoing professional development and support, contributing to social emotional stress, anxiety and fatigue. Aspects of these findings were particularly evident in historically under resourced districts and those that did not participate in technology infrastructure initiatives, where an overwhelming majority of the statistically significant differences, with the exception of respondents' level of educational attainment, were attributed to school characteristics. Implications for future teacher preparation, technical training, ongoing professional development, and best practices are presented. (PsycInfo Database Record (c) 2022 APA, all rights reserved)

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Psychological Topics ; 31(1):27-57, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1837436

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The study explores changes in mental and social health over two time points during the first year of the coronavirus pandemic, as well as differences in mental and social health among five sociodemographic groups determined by gender, age, socioeconomic status, education and employment status. The online survey was conducted during August and September 2020, and again during January 2021 on a probabilistic sample of adults in Croatia. A total of 958 adults participated in both time points. Our results indicate that, when there are any, changes in mental health are small, while changes in social health are slightly larger. Moreover, the coronavirus pandemic seems to disproportionately affect different socioeconomic groups. Women, young adults, people with low socioeconomic status, with primary education and unemployed generally had worse mental health in the first year of the coronavirus pandemic. Also, some social health indicators deteriorated more among older participants, people with low socioeconomic status, primary education and unemployed. Future studies should continue to monitor changes in mental and social health and appropriate interventions for the most vulnerable should be planned and introduced.

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International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health ; 19(9):5414, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1837435

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In this study, we investigate the relationship between ethical leadership (EL), work engagement (WE), well-being, and innovative work behavior (IWB). The significance of these variables has increased in the current era when the influence of technology is exponentially increasing in the education sector. We investigate the role of ethical leadership in determining innovative work behavior. Moreover, we investigate the moderating effect of WB in the relationship between EL and WE. We also examine the mediating impact of WE in the relationship between EL and IWB. We used a questionnaire survey approach to collect data. The target population of this study was the academic personnel, i.e., senior professors, lecturers, and supporting staff associated with the higher education sector located in Zhejiang Province, China. Data were collected in two phases. In the first phase, we sent 300 research questionnaires and received 251 responses. In the second phase, after a three-month interval, we sent 200 questionnaires and received 162 responses. However, over the two phases, we collected a total of 413 questionnaires;43 were discarded. Therefore, for analysis, we used 370 questionnaires. The data were analyzed using the structural equation modeling through SmartPLS 3.2.2. First, in the direct relationship, results confirm that EL positively influences the IWB. Secondly, WB has a positive and moderating relationship between EL and IWB. Thirdly, we address the relationship between EL and WE. The outcome indicates that there is a positive and significant relationship. Fourth, the results of this study indicate that there is positive and significant relationship between WE and IWB. Finally, the outcomes imply that WE positively mediates between EL and IWB. Ethical leadership and well-being are important for innovative work behavior that supports managers in introducing a supportive workplace environment that promotes good interpersonal relationships with subordinates. Therefore, a good interpersonal relationship between managers and subordinates enhances the work quality. So, ethical leaders provide a supportive work environment to all subordinates regarding their work.

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International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health ; 19(9):5705, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1837429

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The aim of this study is to analyze the effects of lockdown using natural language processing techniques, particularly sentiment analysis methods applied at large scale. Further, our work searches to analyze the impact of COVID-19 on the university community, jointly on staff and students, and with a multi-country perspective. The main findings of this work show that the most often related words were “family”, “anxiety”, “house”, and “life”. Besides this finding, we also have shown that staff have a slightly less negative perception of the consequences of COVID-19 in their daily life. We have used artificial intelligence models such as swivel embedding and a multilayer perceptron as classification algorithms. The performance that was reached in terms of accuracy metrics was 88.8% and 88.5% for students and staff, respectively. The main conclusion of our study is that higher education institutions and policymakers around the world may benefit from these findings while formulating policy recommendations and strategies to support students during this and any future pandemics.

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