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  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Edit Kővári; Gerda Bak;
    Publisher: Springer International Publishing

    2020 is the year of change and adaptability. The COVID19 pandemic immensely influences our everyday routines. Education is no exception as schools have to transform their classroom teaching to distance online tutoring. It is not easy on either side as educators and students encountered gaps in digital capabilities. Moreover they suddenly happen to be an online medium where different social behavior pattern immerged. We were very much interested how young adults endure and overcome this situation. In the present study the first result of our ongoing research that aimed to explore the digital competence and social presence among the students of the University of Pannonia are presented. The main objective was to see how students perceive their social situation online with their digital abilities, knowledge and level of competences. The results indicated that although on average perceived online social presence is not affected by individuals’ digital competences, significant relationships were found between some factors.

  • Other research product . 2021
    Closed Access Hungarian
    Authors: 
    Juhász, István;
    Country: Hungary

    LB

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Katja Posselt;
    Publisher: Springer International Publishing

    The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic led to global governmental and societal restrictions of unknown dimensions and required humanity and solidarity to implement major adjustments in nearly every aspect of daily life.

  • Publication . Conference object . 2021
    Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Andrea Tick; Judit Beke;
    Publisher: IEEE

    The COVID-19 pandemic set off unexpected and unprecedented changes in all sectors of the economy, including education. Digitalization and digitization have become the main driving force of the transformation in education practices. The COVID-19 pandemic ushered in a dramatic shift in the way education is delivered. The sudden move to online platforms brought concepts like digital-, online-, mixed-. hybrid-, blended education/learning to the forefront, while other concepts such as elearning, distance and mobile learning are still popular. This paper considers the usage, popularity and spread of these terms, and through backing them with ICT advancement, LMS and Moodle improvements and the time-space-group triangle of elearning, it depicts the viral nature of these narratives. The paper concludes that the use of the terms follows the nature of epidemics.

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Krum Krumov; Knud S. Larsen; Jin Liu; Johann F. Schneider; Markus Kemmelmeier; Albena Krumova; Eko Widodo; Alexander L Gungov; Márta Juhász; Magdalena Z Garvanova; +3 more
    Publisher: Wiley

    The current cross-cultural study examined the construct of workaholism across European and Asian cultures during the pandemic caused by coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). A total of 2,617 recipients, aged 18-80 years from three Asian countries (China, India, and Indonesia) with higher levels of collectivistic values, and three European countries (Bulgaria, Germany, and Hungary) supposing to have higher individualistic values. The participants completed the online version of the two-dimensional measure, dubbed the Dutch Workaholism Scale (DUWAS). The goal of the study was to demonstrate that during the COVID-19 pandemic, it is the cultural context that mediates and influences the way of change in workaholics' attitudes. The results led to the conclusion that the way in which the COVID-19 crisis affects workaholism and workaholics' behavior depends on cultural and sex differences, and stages of the human life cycle. The data analysis revealed that cultural differences and sex affect the configuration of workaholism (excessive/compulsive): in the Asian sample, unlike the European, there was a significant increase in the level of workaholism compulsive; European female participants reported higher levels of workaholism compulsive and workaholism excessive, but the sex difference was not found in Asian sample. Along with cultural context, and sex differences, age also influences the configuration of workaholism. In this case, the separate stages of the human life cycle contribute in different ways to changes in levels of workaholism excessive and workaholism compulsive.

  • Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    Oltean, Mihai; Nistor, Alex; Hellström, Mats; Axelsson, Michael; Yagi, Shintaro; Kobayashi, Eiji; Ballestin, Alberto; Akelina, Yelena; Németh, Norbert;
    Country: Hungary
  • Publication . Conference object . 2021
    Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Judit Modne Takacs; Monika Pogatsnik;
    Publisher: IEEE

    The COVID-19 epidemic has led to school closures worldwide. In Hungary, on 11 March 2020, the Government ordered a ban on university attendance, while on 13 March it also decided to switch to digital distance education in public education. Our research revolves around the educational challenge that emerged from the epidemic from a student perspective. We examined the provision of digital tools required for online education. We collected feedback from students on the pros and cons of online education. Access to technology is not enough for digital education, the change of pedagogical approach is also needed. We collected examples and suggestions for creative digital teaching practices, also based on the students' experience.

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Judit Gombas; Judit Csákvári;
    Publisher: SAGE Publications

    The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic and the measures of social distancing and national lockdown had a significant impact on everyday life. Individuals with BVI (blindness and visual impairment) are assumed to face increased barriers in numerous domains of their lives. This online survey research investigates, among Hungarian adults with BVI ( N = 132), the impact of the lockdown on their access to shopping, daily support needs, access to remote studies of higher education or work, and leisure habits. Respondents accounted for negative impacts of the lockdown on their participation and independence in all research topics. Issues of accessibility were common both concerning shopping for essential goods and access to remote study and work.

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Doris Domoszlai-Lantner; Anna Zsófia Kormos; Frank New;
    Publisher: Intellect

    During the height of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, Doris Domoszlai-Lantner, a New York-based fashion historian and archivist, and Anna Zsófia Kormos, a Budapest-based designer and fashion researcher, created QUARANTINE S/S20: an Instagram-based digital archive that documents garments and ensembles worn during the initial first wave lockdown and the subsequent months. Frank New, a visual merchandiser and stylist, participated in the QUARANTINE S/S20 project, documenting his experiences with fashion and the ways in which it intersects with queerness and the LGBTIQ community throughout the pandemic. Domoszlai-Lantner and Kormos interviewed New to gain a deeper understanding of the themes, questions and issues the New York multihyphenate addressed in his submissions to the project, as well as those he posted about on his social media accounts. In response, New interviewed Domoszlai-Lantner and Kormos to find out more about the project, its goals and milestones, and what they have learned about the fashion system during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Ferenc Tolner; Gyorgy Eigner; Balazs Barta;
    Publisher: IEEE

    In this study, we review different approaches of resilience in the case of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) that face ever-growing challenges due to the risks arising from the interconnected and globalised environment in which they are embedded. The field of economic resilience is of great interest nowadays due to effects caused by the current Covid-19 pandemic. There are already several thorough concepts elaborated on estimating SME resilience, which have valuable ideas and different aspects incorporated relying on mainly questionnaire survey data. We will list up general features of SMEs that make them vulnerable and possible measures from literature that are highly recommended in order to reduce their exposure to negative consequences to unexpected situations.

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  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Edit Kővári; Gerda Bak;
    Publisher: Springer International Publishing

    2020 is the year of change and adaptability. The COVID19 pandemic immensely influences our everyday routines. Education is no exception as schools have to transform their classroom teaching to distance online tutoring. It is not easy on either side as educators and students encountered gaps in digital capabilities. Moreover they suddenly happen to be an online medium where different social behavior pattern immerged. We were very much interested how young adults endure and overcome this situation. In the present study the first result of our ongoing research that aimed to explore the digital competence and social presence among the students of the University of Pannonia are presented. The main objective was to see how students perceive their social situation online with their digital abilities, knowledge and level of competences. The results indicated that although on average perceived online social presence is not affected by individuals’ digital competences, significant relationships were found between some factors.

  • Other research product . 2021
    Closed Access Hungarian
    Authors: 
    Juhász, István;
    Country: Hungary

    LB

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Katja Posselt;
    Publisher: Springer International Publishing

    The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic led to global governmental and societal restrictions of unknown dimensions and required humanity and solidarity to implement major adjustments in nearly every aspect of daily life.

  • Publication . Conference object . 2021
    Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Andrea Tick; Judit Beke;
    Publisher: IEEE

    The COVID-19 pandemic set off unexpected and unprecedented changes in all sectors of the economy, including education. Digitalization and digitization have become the main driving force of the transformation in education practices. The COVID-19 pandemic ushered in a dramatic shift in the way education is delivered. The sudden move to online platforms brought concepts like digital-, online-, mixed-. hybrid-, blended education/learning to the forefront, while other concepts such as elearning, distance and mobile learning are still popular. This paper considers the usage, popularity and spread of these terms, and through backing them with ICT advancement, LMS and Moodle improvements and the time-space-group triangle of elearning, it depicts the viral nature of these narratives. The paper concludes that the use of the terms follows the nature of epidemics.

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Krum Krumov; Knud S. Larsen; Jin Liu; Johann F. Schneider; Markus Kemmelmeier; Albena Krumova; Eko Widodo; Alexander L Gungov; Márta Juhász; Magdalena Z Garvanova; +3 more
    Publisher: Wiley

    The current cross-cultural study examined the construct of workaholism across European and Asian cultures during the pandemic caused by coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). A total of 2,617 recipients, aged 18-80 years from three Asian countries (China, India, and Indonesia) with higher levels of collectivistic values, and three European countries (Bulgaria, Germany, and Hungary) supposing to have higher individualistic values. The participants completed the online version of the two-dimensional measure, dubbed the Dutch Workaholism Scale (DUWAS). The goal of the study was to demonstrate that during the COVID-19 pandemic, it is the cultural context that mediates and influences the way of change in workaholics' attitudes. The results led to the conclusion that the way in which the COVID-19 crisis affects workaholism and workaholics' behavior depends on cultural and sex differences, and stages of the human life cycle. The data analysis revealed that cultural differences and sex affect the configuration of workaholism (excessive/compulsive): in the Asian sample, unlike the European, there was a significant increase in the level of workaholism compulsive; European female participants reported higher levels of workaholism compulsive and workaholism excessive, but the sex difference was not found in Asian sample. Along with cultural context, and sex differences, age also influences the configuration of workaholism. In this case, the separate stages of the human life cycle contribute in different ways to changes in levels of workaholism excessive and workaholism compulsive.

  • Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    Oltean, Mihai; Nistor, Alex; Hellström, Mats; Axelsson, Michael; Yagi, Shintaro; Kobayashi, Eiji; Ballestin, Alberto; Akelina, Yelena; Németh, Norbert;
    Country: Hungary
  • Publication . Conference object . 2021
    Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Judit Modne Takacs; Monika Pogatsnik;
    Publisher: IEEE

    The COVID-19 epidemic has led to school closures worldwide. In Hungary, on 11 March 2020, the Government ordered a ban on university attendance, while on 13 March it also decided to switch to digital distance education in public education. Our research revolves around the educational challenge that emerged from the epidemic from a student perspective. We examined the provision of digital tools required for online education. We collected feedback from students on the pros and cons of online education. Access to technology is not enough for digital education, the change of pedagogical approach is also needed. We collected examples and suggestions for creative digital teaching practices, also based on the students' experience.

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Judit Gombas; Judit Csákvári;
    Publisher: SAGE Publications

    The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic and the measures of social distancing and national lockdown had a significant impact on everyday life. Individuals with BVI (blindness and visual impairment) are assumed to face increased barriers in numerous domains of their lives. This online survey research investigates, among Hungarian adults with BVI ( N = 132), the impact of the lockdown on their access to shopping, daily support needs, access to remote studies of higher education or work, and leisure habits. Respondents accounted for negative impacts of the lockdown on their participation and independence in all research topics. Issues of accessibility were common both concerning shopping for essential goods and access to remote study and work.

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Doris Domoszlai-Lantner; Anna Zsófia Kormos; Frank New;
    Publisher: Intellect

    During the height of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, Doris Domoszlai-Lantner, a New York-based fashion historian and archivist, and Anna Zsófia Kormos, a Budapest-based designer and fashion researcher, created QUARANTINE S/S20: an Instagram-based digital archive that documents garments and ensembles worn during the initial first wave lockdown and the subsequent months. Frank New, a visual merchandiser and stylist, participated in the QUARANTINE S/S20 project, documenting his experiences with fashion and the ways in which it intersects with queerness and the LGBTIQ community throughout the pandemic. Domoszlai-Lantner and Kormos interviewed New to gain a deeper understanding of the themes, questions and issues the New York multihyphenate addressed in his submissions to the project, as well as those he posted about on his social media accounts. In response, New interviewed Domoszlai-Lantner and Kormos to find out more about the project, its goals and milestones, and what they have learned about the fashion system during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Ferenc Tolner; Gyorgy Eigner; Balazs Barta;
    Publisher: IEEE

    In this study, we review different approaches of resilience in the case of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) that face ever-growing challenges due to the risks arising from the interconnected and globalised environment in which they are embedded. The field of economic resilience is of great interest nowadays due to effects caused by the current Covid-19 pandemic. There are already several thorough concepts elaborated on estimating SME resilience, which have valuable ideas and different aspects incorporated relying on mainly questionnaire survey data. We will list up general features of SMEs that make them vulnerable and possible measures from literature that are highly recommended in order to reduce their exposure to negative consequences to unexpected situations.