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COVID answers in Scientific Journals all over the world

Publishing House: Asia Institute, University of Melbourne

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1 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2023―Oct―17 Precarious frontier and the handling of COVID-19 in Indigenous communities in Borneo Imam Ardhianto, Indrawan Prasetyo
2 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2023―Mar―27 Chinese students in Australia: motivations and mobility in the face of COVID-19 Yu Hao, Anthony Pym, Yizhou Wang
3 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2023―Mar―14 What motivates students to study Chinese at Australian universities and did this change during the COVID-19 pandemic? Tracy Huahua Hong, Hui Huang
4 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2023―Mar―07 Gender equity reversals and women’s responses to COVID-19 in rural Indonesia Rachael Diprose, Ken M.P. Setiawan, Bronwyn Beech Jones
5 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2022―Nov―23 Adapting to the ‘new normal’: Chinese NGOs during COVID-19 Di Wu
6 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2022―Sep―05 COVID-19 and the rise of the surveillance state in China Kevin Lo
7 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2022―Sep―05 Growing green? South Korea’s approach to the COVID-19 economic recovery Theo Mendez
8 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2022―Sep―05 COVID-19 mental health challenges and responses in Hong Kong. Paul Yip
9 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2022―Sep―05 INTERVIEW: From a public health crisis to a ‘police state’: China during and beyond COVID-19 Murong Xuecun
10 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2022―Sep―05 Chinese students in Australia during the COVID-19 pandemic Jun Ohashi
11 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2022―Sep―05 Reimagining human mobility in Asia Pacific after COVID-19: the challenge of expanding human rights-based entry and stay pathways Pia Oberoi
12 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2022―Sep―05 Pandemic racism and sexism in Australia: responses from Asian migrant women Sylvia Ang, Jay Song, Qiuping Pan
13 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2022―Sep―05 How Indian students told to ‘go home’ by Australia at the start of the pandemic used WhatsApp for advocacy Surjeet Dhanji, Mousumi Mukherjee
14 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2022―Sep―05 Chinese social workers during the pandemic: Stuck between the government and the people Leiheng Wang
15 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2022―Jul―06 Fortress North Korea and the battle against COVID-19 Jasmine Barrett
16 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2022―Mar―21 Indonesia’s pandemic foreign policy: Between pragmatism and Jokowi’s legacy Muhamad Arif
17 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2021―Dec―13 Vietnam and COVID-19: From Marx to Mark (Zuckerberg) and back again Adam Fforde
18 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2021―Oct―11 COVID-19 and China’s attempts to build a health silk road to Myanmar Nyi Nyi Kyaw
19 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2021―Sep―12 COVID-19 has intensified existing intergenerational and gender tensions in China’s cities Bin Wang, Ilan Wiesel
20 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2021―Aug―20 The necessity of teaching online during the COVID-19 pandemic could result in better Japanese language teaching Yasuhisa Watanabe
21 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2021―Aug―20 COVID-19 underlines the importance of learning languages via emerging technologies Grace Yue Qi
22 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2021―May―13 How Kong’s civil society networks have contributed to the containment of COVID-19 Sophie Chen, Chris Chan
23 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2021―May―13 The COVID-19 pandemic and possibilities for Arab ‘risk society’ Larbi Sadiki, Layla Saleh
24 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2021―May―04 #MaskUp in Australia: How social norms in a pandemic are formed Jun Ohashi
25 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2021―Feb―24 State-society relations in a pandemic: an Asian Australian perspective. Haina Lee, Jay Song
26 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2021―Feb―17 What our survey found about effective COVID-19 communications in Asian Australian communities Wonsun Shin, Jay Song
27 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2021―Jan―06 Suicide, underemployment and poverty: The gendered impacts of COVID-19 in Japan Nana Oishi
28 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―Dec―21 COVID-19 in the Middle East: A perfect storm Ian Parmeter
29 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―Dec―08 The influence of elite interests are crucial to understanding Indonesia’s response to COVID-19 Inaya Rakhmani, Panji Permana
30 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―Nov―12 Quarantine, masks and dis/ease: social discourses of COVID-19 in Japan and Korea
31 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―Nov―12 COVID-19 lockdown in Chinese villages: Radical measures positively received Xiao Tan, Mark Yaolin Wang, Yao Song, Tianyang Liu
32 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―Nov―04 Vietnam and COVID-19: More Mark (Zuckerberg) than Marx Adam Fforde
33 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―Oct―25 How South Korea has kept the impact of COVID-19 on jobs in check Kyoung-Hee Yu
34 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―Oct―09 South Korea’s prospects for a middle-power alliance in the era of COVID-19 Taekyoon Kim
35 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―Oct―08 Governance or social resilience: Learning from Southeast Asia’s experience with COVID-19 Asia Institute
36 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―Oct―07 As COVID-19 escalates in Indonesia, responses are fractured and fractious Rebecca Meckelburg, Charan Bal
37 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―Oct―07 Pandemic politics in South Asia: Muslims and democracy Matthew Nelson
38 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―Aug―26 COVID-19 media reporting in Taiwan: A proxy war over foreign relations? Jasmine Chang
39 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―Aug―26 COVID-19, women and digitised food networks in Jakarta: Inequality and resilience Inaya Rakhmani, Ariane Utomo, Catherine Phillips, Diahhadi Setyonaluri
40 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―Aug―26 COVID-19: The politics of local responses in Indonesia Trissia Wijaya
41 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―Aug―25 COVID-19 and Belt and Road: Some of the issues impacting business and human rights Surya Deva
42 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―Aug―25 India and Australia’s federal systems have responded fairly well to COVID-19. But the US system hasn’t Niranjan Sahoo
43 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―Aug―25 Pandemics, politics and principles: business and human rights in Southeast Asia in a time of crisis. Andrew Rosser, Kate McDonald, Ken MP Setiawan
44 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―Jun―29 Great Power Blame Game: The Ongoing War of Words Over COVID-19 Melissa Conley Tyler, Tiffany Liu
45 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―Jun―29 COVID-19 is accelerating trends towards a more polarised world Hoo Tiang Boon
46 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―Jun―29 COVID-19 will set back the cause of women’s rights in Indonesia Atnike Nova Sigiro
47 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―Jun―24 COVID-19 and China’s Five-Year Plan to create a ‘xiaokang’ society Craig Smith
48 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―Jun―24 Indonesia is exploiting the COVID-19 crisis for illiberal purposes Rafiqa Qurrata A’yun, Abdil Mughis Mudhoffir
49 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―Jun―24 Singapore’s massive COVID-19 oversight Sow Keat Tok
50 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―May―22 Lost in Translation: COVID-19 and China’s ‘Wet Markets Delia Lin
51 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―May―11 American Bioweapon or the ‘China Virus’? The War of Words over COVID-19 Melissa Conley Tyler, Tiffany Liu
52 [GO] Melbourne Asia Review 2020―Apr―28 The biggest cost of the COVID-19 virus in China could be freedom Delia Lin

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