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Articles

Siyoung Chung, KyuJin Shim

Article ID: 1839
Views - 516  (Abstract) PDF - 101  (Download)
Abstract: This study examines three efficacy beliefs-political self-efficacy, political collective efficacy, and knowledge sharing efficacy-as antecedents of social media use and civic engagement. Employing more than one thousand samples in Singapore, we empirically test (a) a conceptual framework that can provide an understanding of the relationship bet...
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Inna Reddy Edara

Article ID: 1932
Views - 556  (Abstract) PDF - 112  (Download)
Abstract: Racism, which has been a deeply rooted feature of so many human societies across the world for centuries, has become rampant in the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic. In the past racism was thought to be as somehow “natural” or “biological.” Later on, sociologists recognized “race” as a socially and culturally constructed ideology, which exists in a society...
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Zhenzi Han, Yonggang Li

Article ID: 2051
Views - 170  (Abstract) PDF - 54  (Download)
Abstract: Based on the perspective of psychology, this paper analyzes the causes and characteristics of college students’ network mass incidents, explores the psychological factors of college students’ network mass incidents, and puts forward the educational strategies to solve college students’ network mass incidents: No.1. Adhere to humanism and take appeals as t...
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Ilaria Domenicano

Article ID: 2073
Views - 258  (Abstract) PDF - 69  (Download)
Abstract: The COVID-19 pandemic is a public health emergency. As we write, the world counts more than 10 million positive cases and more than 500 thousand deaths. The difficult conditions faced by healthcare workers helping with the COVID-19 pandemic are leading to severe adverse mental health consequences. The aim of this review is to summarize and analyze the men...
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