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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Virág, Gréta Anna; Lechmanová, Kamila; Vedeikyte, Ieva; Kocichová, Natália;
    Country: Denmark

    COVID-19 pandemic has had an enormous impact on the aviation industry affecting everything from passengers to cargo, incoming revenues, and even other companies connected to this industry. The experts are expecting the recovery to take place in 2024, therefore, a long path lies ahead for everyone. This thesis focuses on the IT solution sector of the aviation industry with WorldTicket as the exemplifying case, where we examine the decision making process through a combination of Crisis Management, Bounded Rationality, and Contingency theories. The research was conducted with a Marketing Environment analytical framework which also functions as its structure. The data collection includes semi-structured interviews of WorldTicket’s management team and financial analysis that will add up to a richer conclusion. We concluded that WorldTicket successfully implemented strategic decisions corresponding to the crisis.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Meyerowitz-Katz, Gideon; Kashnitsky, Ilya;
    Publisher: OSF
    Country: Denmark

    We are writing this openly-published letter to express deep concerns regarding the paper recently published in JAMA Network Open: Estimation of US Children’s Educational Attainment and Years of Life Lost Associated With Primary School Closures During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Pandemic DOI: 10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2020.28786The paper by Christakis, Van Cleve, and Zimmerman(2020,abbrev. CVZ) is built upon multiple critically flawed assumptions, obvious misuse of the standard analytical tools, and clear mistakes in study design. Additionally, the analysis presented contains crucial mathematical and statistical errors that completely revert the main results, sufficient that if the estimates had been calculated according to the declared methodology, the results would completely contradict the stated conclusions and policy recommendations. These are not idle criticisms. This study has received enormous public attention, and its results immediately appeared in discussions of public health policies around schools worldwide. The central question is resolving an evidence base for the inevitable tradeoff between (a) the very real harms of missed education provoked by policies that decrease viral spread vs. (b) the resumption of education as a social good which increases viral spread. This is an incredibly important public health question, and it demands careful cost-benefit analysis. To that end, this paper adds no usable evidence whatsoever.

  • Other research product . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Sinico, Sara; Vilanculos, Rui Manuel Rita; Schumacher, Emilie Valentin Hvenegaard; Engelsen, Christoffer Toft; Bech, Nicholas Løvbom; Houck, Kellye;
    Publisher: RUC
    Country: Denmark

    The focal point of this project is the current COVID-19 situation, and the campaign made by The Danish Health Authorities (DHA) focuses on the restrictions, specifically among young adults. This project aims to analyse to what extent the outcome of the meaning-making process of the audience matches with the DHA intended message of their campaign, “We can do it.” Both a quantitative- and qualitative approach was applied. Firstly a quantitative survey was conducted, and secondly, ten interviews were made. This questionnaire survey targeted a high number of responses, to collect a large sample of general thoughts towards the campaign, in order to analyse the general public’s understanding of the video campaign. Further, to analyse whether the effort from the DHA was influencing their target group of young adults between the ages of 15-29. In addition to the survey, a qualitative interview was conducted with volunteers who participated in the questionnaire. To understand the interviewee sense-making and decoding of the campaign, Stuart Hall’s encoding/decoding theory was used. This was done to get a better understanding of Kim Schrøder’s reception analysis. Both the reception analysis and the method of phenomenology was applied to examine the interviewees’ understandings and interpretations of the campaign who perceived the message as understandable and relevant. The discussion outlined the main understanding of the informants interviewed and their reception of the video’s message. Lastly, it discusses the limitations of the theories and methods used in this project. Based on the research conducted, we as researchers conclude that the interviews and the survey showed that the informants understand the campaign’s overall message, but each individual decodes the message differently.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Tusaite, Karolina; Bendtsen, Michael Abdullah Mølgaard; Larsen, Thomas Bøg Rovatti; Filipiak, Konrad Robert; Svendsen, Emil Back;
    Publisher: Roskilde University
    Country: Denmark

    This paper explores and analyses the impact that the COVID-19 pandemicexerted on the well-being of workers in a Danish company - Hobbii. As a means ofachieving the specified end, we took an interpretivist approach towards thequalitative data we collected through employing semi-structured interviews amongthe current and former workers of Hobbii’s distribution centre, which revolved aroundinvestigating their group affective tones during various phases of the pandemic. Ourfindings showed a crucial and significant change, with the group affective tone ofworkers shifting from very positive to very negative in a blink of an eye, right uponthe emergence of the virus in Denmark. This phenomenon was moreover reinforcedin time by the economic boom that the company experienced due to COVID-19,which initiated substantial alterations of the corporate politics. The warehousetherefore metamorphosed unrecognisably.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Bohlbro, Anders Solitander; Møller Jensen, Andreas; Damerow, Sabine;
    Country: Denmark

    In the Covid-19 pandemic, it seems that African countries have been largely spared from the devastating effects observed elsewhere. Working and living in Guinea-Bissau, one of the poorest and most fragile countries in the world located in West Africa, we wonder: How can the world know that there are only few Covid-19 cases in a country where the health system is weak and access to Covid-19 tests very limited? How can the world know that there is a low Covid-19 mortality in a country without a reliable civil registration and vital statistic system? In this article, we explore the (too) many unknowns of Covid-19 in Guinea-Bissau. The article was chosen as the 1st place winner of the 2020 Eye on Global Health Writing Competition.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Nissen, Nina; Andersen, Ingrid Charlotte; Simonÿ, Charlotte;
    Publisher: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology
    Country: Denmark
  • Other research product . 2020
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Norsk, Anne Kathrine Alexandersen;
    Publisher: Roskilede Universitet
    Country: Denmark

    The portfolio focuses on the important methodology used by the company, but also the challenges that arise when evaluating the social impact of buildings. First, I look at the company Carlberg Aps and their work with ​social bricks​ and thus social sustainability. Then we will dive into one of their recent projects where they designed and executed the baseline for a before-after measurement of a dining hall and kitchen, at a boarding school for children with learning disabilities. Here we will take a closer look at the methodological challenges, especially when establishing a baseline in a Covid-19 affected world, but also the gains that this obstruction caused. The internship portfolio is finished with a reflection on the six month period at Carlberg, how I quickly became a part of the team and how their work area relates to my master programme in Spatial Designs and Society at Roskilde University.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Ramos Orche, Maria; Hristova, Tanya Tsvetoslavova; Petrovska, Aleksandra;
    Country: Denmark
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Joubert, Gwenaëlle Marine; Janketic, Abigail Teso; Yilmaz, Mert; Akyildiz, Sena; Çelik, Hümeyra Gülsüm;
    Country: Denmark
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Rasmussen, Mette Marie; Pahor, Frano; Jensen, Mathilde Skov; Jensen, Ea Bagge;
    Country: Denmark
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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Virág, Gréta Anna; Lechmanová, Kamila; Vedeikyte, Ieva; Kocichová, Natália;
    Country: Denmark

    COVID-19 pandemic has had an enormous impact on the aviation industry affecting everything from passengers to cargo, incoming revenues, and even other companies connected to this industry. The experts are expecting the recovery to take place in 2024, therefore, a long path lies ahead for everyone. This thesis focuses on the IT solution sector of the aviation industry with WorldTicket as the exemplifying case, where we examine the decision making process through a combination of Crisis Management, Bounded Rationality, and Contingency theories. The research was conducted with a Marketing Environment analytical framework which also functions as its structure. The data collection includes semi-structured interviews of WorldTicket’s management team and financial analysis that will add up to a richer conclusion. We concluded that WorldTicket successfully implemented strategic decisions corresponding to the crisis.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Meyerowitz-Katz, Gideon; Kashnitsky, Ilya;
    Publisher: OSF
    Country: Denmark

    We are writing this openly-published letter to express deep concerns regarding the paper recently published in JAMA Network Open: Estimation of US Children’s Educational Attainment and Years of Life Lost Associated With Primary School Closures During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Pandemic DOI: 10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2020.28786The paper by Christakis, Van Cleve, and Zimmerman(2020,abbrev. CVZ) is built upon multiple critically flawed assumptions, obvious misuse of the standard analytical tools, and clear mistakes in study design. Additionally, the analysis presented contains crucial mathematical and statistical errors that completely revert the main results, sufficient that if the estimates had been calculated according to the declared methodology, the results would completely contradict the stated conclusions and policy recommendations. These are not idle criticisms. This study has received enormous public attention, and its results immediately appeared in discussions of public health policies around schools worldwide. The central question is resolving an evidence base for the inevitable tradeoff between (a) the very real harms of missed education provoked by policies that decrease viral spread vs. (b) the resumption of education as a social good which increases viral spread. This is an incredibly important public health question, and it demands careful cost-benefit analysis. To that end, this paper adds no usable evidence whatsoever.

  • Other research product . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Sinico, Sara; Vilanculos, Rui Manuel Rita; Schumacher, Emilie Valentin Hvenegaard; Engelsen, Christoffer Toft; Bech, Nicholas Løvbom; Houck, Kellye;
    Publisher: RUC
    Country: Denmark

    The focal point of this project is the current COVID-19 situation, and the campaign made by The Danish Health Authorities (DHA) focuses on the restrictions, specifically among young adults. This project aims to analyse to what extent the outcome of the meaning-making process of the audience matches with the DHA intended message of their campaign, “We can do it.” Both a quantitative- and qualitative approach was applied. Firstly a quantitative survey was conducted, and secondly, ten interviews were made. This questionnaire survey targeted a high number of responses, to collect a large sample of general thoughts towards the campaign, in order to analyse the general public’s understanding of the video campaign. Further, to analyse whether the effort from the DHA was influencing their target group of young adults between the ages of 15-29. In addition to the survey, a qualitative interview was conducted with volunteers who participated in the questionnaire. To understand the interviewee sense-making and decoding of the campaign, Stuart Hall’s encoding/decoding theory was used. This was done to get a better understanding of Kim Schrøder’s reception analysis. Both the reception analysis and the method of phenomenology was applied to examine the interviewees’ understandings and interpretations of the campaign who perceived the message as understandable and relevant. The discussion outlined the main understanding of the informants interviewed and their reception of the video’s message. Lastly, it discusses the limitations of the theories and methods used in this project. Based on the research conducted, we as researchers conclude that the interviews and the survey showed that the informants understand the campaign’s overall message, but each individual decodes the message differently.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Tusaite, Karolina; Bendtsen, Michael Abdullah Mølgaard; Larsen, Thomas Bøg Rovatti; Filipiak, Konrad Robert; Svendsen, Emil Back;
    Publisher: Roskilde University
    Country: Denmark

    This paper explores and analyses the impact that the COVID-19 pandemicexerted on the well-being of workers in a Danish company - Hobbii. As a means ofachieving the specified end, we took an interpretivist approach towards thequalitative data we collected through employing semi-structured interviews amongthe current and former workers of Hobbii’s distribution centre, which revolved aroundinvestigating their group affective tones during various phases of the pandemic. Ourfindings showed a crucial and significant change, with the group affective tone ofworkers shifting from very positive to very negative in a blink of an eye, right uponthe emergence of the virus in Denmark. This phenomenon was moreover reinforcedin time by the economic boom that the company experienced due to COVID-19,which initiated substantial alterations of the corporate politics. The warehousetherefore metamorphosed unrecognisably.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Bohlbro, Anders Solitander; Møller Jensen, Andreas; Damerow, Sabine;
    Country: Denmark

    In the Covid-19 pandemic, it seems that African countries have been largely spared from the devastating effects observed elsewhere. Working and living in Guinea-Bissau, one of the poorest and most fragile countries in the world located in West Africa, we wonder: How can the world know that there are only few Covid-19 cases in a country where the health system is weak and access to Covid-19 tests very limited? How can the world know that there is a low Covid-19 mortality in a country without a reliable civil registration and vital statistic system? In this article, we explore the (too) many unknowns of Covid-19 in Guinea-Bissau. The article was chosen as the 1st place winner of the 2020 Eye on Global Health Writing Competition.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Nissen, Nina; Andersen, Ingrid Charlotte; Simonÿ, Charlotte;
    Publisher: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology
    Country: Denmark
  • Other research product . 2020
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Norsk, Anne Kathrine Alexandersen;
    Publisher: Roskilede Universitet
    Country: Denmark

    The portfolio focuses on the important methodology used by the company, but also the challenges that arise when evaluating the social impact of buildings. First, I look at the company Carlberg Aps and their work with ​social bricks​ and thus social sustainability. Then we will dive into one of their recent projects where they designed and executed the baseline for a before-after measurement of a dining hall and kitchen, at a boarding school for children with learning disabilities. Here we will take a closer look at the methodological challenges, especially when establishing a baseline in a Covid-19 affected world, but also the gains that this obstruction caused. The internship portfolio is finished with a reflection on the six month period at Carlberg, how I quickly became a part of the team and how their work area relates to my master programme in Spatial Designs and Society at Roskilde University.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Ramos Orche, Maria; Hristova, Tanya Tsvetoslavova; Petrovska, Aleksandra;
    Country: Denmark
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Joubert, Gwenaëlle Marine; Janketic, Abigail Teso; Yilmaz, Mert; Akyildiz, Sena; Çelik, Hümeyra Gülsüm;
    Country: Denmark
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Rasmussen, Mette Marie; Pahor, Frano; Jensen, Mathilde Skov; Jensen, Ea Bagge;
    Country: Denmark