Gender-Based Psychological Side Effects of Online Education in the Pandemic Under the Lens of Administrative Burden

Karkin, Naci, Değirmenci, Nigar and Gülel, Ferda, "Gender-Based Psychological Side Effects of Online Education in the Pandemic Under the Lens of Administrative Burden" in Handbook of Research on Exploring Gender Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Through an Intersectional Lens ed. Meletiadou, Eleni (Hershey: IGI Global, 2023), 44-66.

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  • Author Karkin, Naci
    Değirmenci, Nigar
    Gülel, Ferda
    Book Editor Meletiadou, Eleni
    Chapter Title Gender-Based Psychological Side Effects of Online Education in the Pandemic Under the Lens of Administrative Burden
    Book Title Handbook of Research on Exploring Gender Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Through an Intersectional Lens
    Publication Date 2023
    Place of Publication Hershey
    Publisher IGI Global
    Start page 44
    End page 66
    Language eng
    Abstract Government–stakeholder interaction has been transformed due to some developments, putting stakeholders into a proactive role. However, there are barriers before this transformation, like an administrative burden. This burden’s volume and relative weight could have increased in particular periods, like the pandemic. In this context, college students faced many difficulties, and uncertainties prevailed. This article focuses on a new administrative burden on undergraduate students in a particular country. This study aims to examine the administrative burden brought by the measures taken during the pandemic period on students by focusing on the psychological dimensions based on gender. At the end of the research, as expected, the authors saw that both female and male students underwent a psychological based administrative burden. Yet, since the imposition of gender inequality, female students have had a more significant workload due to studying at home, so they were affected more negatively throughout this process.
    Copyright Holder IGI Global
    Copyright Year 2023
    Copyright type All rights reserved
    ISBN 9781668484128
    1668484129
    DOI 10.4018/978-1-6684-8412-8.ch003
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