Six Ways the COVID-19 Pandemic is Impacting Students and Another Six Ways They Cope with It: Insights from the 2020 Cohort of UNU-IAS, Japan

COVID-19 Commentary.. Auckland: International Network for Government Science Advice; 2020

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  • Publication Title COVID-19 Commentary
    Issue Title Six Ways the COVID-19 Pandemic is Impacting Students and Another Six Ways They Cope with It: Insights from the 2020 Cohort of UNU-IAS, Japan
    Author Orendain, Dan Jezreel A.
    Djalante, Riyanti
    Publication Date 2020-06-22
    Place of Publication Auckland
    Publisher International Network for Government Science Advice
    Pages 1
    Language eng
    Abstract In Japan, international students already face a lot of challenges. Personal psychological issues can affect the performance of a student. With various other stresses, general living issues may provide obstacles in his/her learning. Socio-cultural issues like discrimination and racism can impact a student’s emotional wellbeing further magnified by the difficulty in learning the Japanese language. These challenges, along with many other issues, are amplified by the COVID-19 pandemic.
    UNBIS Thesaurus EDUCATION
    DISEASES
    PUBLIC WELFARE
    SOCIAL WELFARE
    STUDENTS
    JAPAN
    Copyright Holder International Network for Government Science Advice
    Copyright Year 2020
    Copyright type Creative commons
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    Created: Tue, 23 Jun 2020, 12:50:31 JST by Rachel Nunn on behalf of UNU IAS