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COVID answers in Scientific Journals all over the world

Publishing House: Auckland University of Technology (AUT) Library
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1 [GO] Pacific Journalism Review – Te Koakoa 2021―Oct―03 REVIEW: Noted: Destructive pandemic impact on Global South media Lee Duffield
2 [GO] Pacific Journalism Review – Te Koakoa 2021―Oct―03 REVIEW: No return to ‘normal’ when the pandemic has exposed global inequalities Krishan Dutta
3 [GO] Pacific Journalism Review – Te Koakoa 2021―Oct―03 REVIEW: Like the pandemic, climate action is urgent David Robie
4 [GO] Pacific Journalism Review – Te Koakoa 2021―Oct―03 Crisis communication and COVID-19: Covering two Pacific tragedies with storytelling David Robie
5 [GO] Pacific Journalism Review – Te Koakoa 2021―Oct―03 COVID-19 vaccine online misinformation in Fiji: Preliminary findings Romitesh Kant, Rufino Varea, Jason Titifanue
6 [GO] Pacific Journalism Review – Te Koakoa 2021―Oct―03 The COVID-19 pandemic: Resilience of Indonesian journalists Gilang Desti Parahita
7 [GO] Pacific Journalism Review – Te Koakoa 2021―Oct―03 Spreading (dis)trust in Fiji? Exploring COVID-19 misinformation on Facebook forums Romitesh Kant, Rufino Varea
8 [GO] Applied Finance Letters 2021―Sep―03 INVESTOR ATTENTION AND HERDING IN THE CRYPTOCURRENCY MARKET DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC Hajam Abid Bashir, Dilip Kumar
9 [GO] Applied Finance Letters 2021―Aug―09 COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND HERDING BEHAVIOUR IN CRYPTOCURRENCY MARKET Samuel Asante Gyamerah
10 [GO] Te Kaharoa 2021―Aug―02 Representation, COVID-19, and failed metaphor: A critical analysis of the Bay of Plenty District Health Board vaccine booklet Byron Rangiwai
11 [GO] Applied Finance Letters 2021―Aug―01 IS BITCOIN IMMUNE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC? S. Thomas Kim, Svetlana Orlova
12 [GO] Journal of Cambodian Health 2021―May―27 Exposing the intersections of health, society, and economics during a pandemic- perspectives from Cambodia Tineke Water, Ian Findlay, Rethy Chhem
13 [GO] Teachers Work 2021―Mar―07 Editorial: Teachers’ Work in a Pandemic Leon Benade, Nesta Devine, Christoph Teschers
14 [GO] Teachers Work 2021―Mar―07 Intercultural practicum: Perceptual learning through video in the pandemic context Dawn Joseph, Richard Johnson
15 [GO] Applied Finance Letters 2021―Mar―02 Are Stablecoins Safe Havens for Traditional Cryptocurrencies? An Empirical Study during the COVID-19 Pandemic Yao Xie, Sang Baum Kang, Jialin Zhao
16 [GO] New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2021―Jan―19 Covid-19 and Employee Surveillance Stephen Blumenfeld, Gordon Anderson, Val Hooper
17 [GO] New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2021―Jan―19 Introduction to the Covid-19 Special Issue Bernard Walker
18 [GO] Hospitality Insights 2020―Dec―30 What happened women working in the hospitality industry when COVID-19 struck? Lin Chen, Shelagh Mooney
19 [GO] Hospitality Insights 2020―Dec―30 COVID-19 the intruder: A brief philosophical reflection on strangeness and hospitality Ana Maria Munar, Adam Doering
20 [GO] Link Symposium Abstracts 2020 2020―Dec―17 Teaching in a State of Flux and Uncertainty: Transitioning the Design Studio during COVID-19 Meighan Ellis, Fiona Grieve
21 [GO] Link Symposium Abstracts 2020 2020―Dec―17 Tika Tonu AD2020: creating a virtual exhibition of Design artwork in response to the COVID-19 Casey Strickland, Holly Rigby, Junjira Sanguanrachasab, Kiarna Michie, Nolwazi Mpofu, Cassandra Loh, et al. (+2)
22 [GO] Link Symposium Abstracts 2020 2020―Dec―17 Quality of the practice-oriented education and adaptations of fashion disciplines by videoconference during the COVID-19 pandemic Felipe Guimarães Fleury de Oliveira, Mirtes Maris de Oliveira
23 [GO] Pacific Journalism Review – Te Koakoa 2020―Nov―29 Journalism competence and the COVID-19 crisis in Southeast Asia Pauline Gidget Estella
24 [GO] Pacific Journalism Review – Te Koakoa 2020―Nov―29 EDITORIAL: Under the pandemic siege Philip Cass, David Robie
25 [GO] Pacific Journalism Review – Te Koakoa 2020―Nov―29 FRONTLINE: The sociology of a pandemic: Countering a COVID 'disinfodemic' with a campus media initiative David Robie, Sri Krishnamurthi
26 [GO] New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2020―Nov―08 Effective Workplace Strategies to Support Employee Wellbeing During a Pandemic Sanna K. Malinen, Jennifer Hoi Ki Wong, Katharina Näswall
27 [GO] New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2020―Oct―29 Labour Law Under Stress: Some Thoughts on Covid-19 and the Future of the Labour Law Gordon Anderson
28 [GO] New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2020―Oct―29 Exposing Gender Inequalities: Impacts of Covid-19 on Aotearoa ǀ New Zealand Employment Annick Masselot, Maria Hayes
29 [GO] New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2020―Oct―29 Working From Home Before, During and After the Covid-19 Pandemic: Implications for Workers and Organisations Nicola Green, David Tappin, Tim Bentley
30 [GO] New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations 2020―Oct―08 On the Bright Side: Covid-19, A Perverse Once-in-One-Hundred Year Opportunity Nigel Haworth
31 [GO] Te Kaharoa 2020―Sep―02 The impacts of COVID-19 on the 2020 cohort of the Master of Applied Indigenous Knowledge programme at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa in Māngere Byron Rangiwai, Benita Simati-Kumar Chand, Rosie Mataroa
32 [GO] Pacific Journalism Review – Te Koakoa 2020―Jul―31 COVID-19 dissensus in Australia: Negotiating uncertainty in public health communication and media commentary on a novel pandemic Arjun Rajkhowa
33 [GO] Pacific Journalism Review – Te Koakoa 2020―Jul―31 Tropical Cyclone Harold meets the Novel Coronavirus Elisabeth Holland
34 [GO] Te Kaharoa 2020―Apr―08 The potential impacts of COVID-19 for the Master of Applied Indigenous Knowledge (MAIK) programme in Māngere: Planning for online delivery Byron Rangiwai, Benita Simati-Kumar
35 [GO] Te Kaharoa 2020―Apr―08 The impacts of COVID-19 on hongi and the advent of the ‘East Coast Wave’ Byron Rangiwai


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