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    Authors: Hershbein, Brad J.; Holzer, Harry J.;

    In this paper, we shed light on the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the labor market, and how they have evolved over most of the year 2020. Relying primarily on microdata from the CPS and state-level data on virus caseloads, mortality, and policy restrictions, we consider a range of employment outcomes – including permanent layoffs, which generate large and lasting costs – and how these outcomes vary across demographic groups, occupations, and industries over time. We also examine how these employment patterns vary across different states, according to the timing and severity of virus caseloads, deaths, and closure measures. We find that the labor market recovery of the summer and early fall stagnated in late fall and early winter. As noted by others, we find low-wage and minority workers are hardest hit initially, but that recoveries have varied, and not always consistently, between Blacks and Hispanics. Statewide business closures and other restrictions on economic activity reduce employment rates concurrently, but do not seem to have lingering effects once relaxed. In contrast, virus deaths – but not caseloads – not only depress current employment, but produce accumulating harm. We conclude with policy options for states to repair their labor markets.

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  • Самоизоляция и переход на дистанционное обучение в начальный период пандемии COVID-19 не только стали причиной стресса у студентов в разных регионах мира, но и предъявили повышенные требования к самоорганизации студентов. Большинство исследователей сосредотачивались на проблемах психологических последствий самоизоляции, совладания со стрессом, эмоционального состояния студентов, и практически не уделяли внимания проблеме самоорганизации. Исследования Ю.П.Зинченко, В.И.Моросановой и др. показали, что студенты, в целом, испытывали большие трудности с самоорганизацией по сравнению с более старшими респондентами в связи с более низким уровнем саморегуляции. Целью настоящего исследования было изучение особенностей совладания с ситуацией самоизоляции у студентов с различным уровнем ситуативной удовлетворенности жизнью. В исследовании приняли участие 100 студентов ПГУПС, г. Санкт-Петербург, Россия (59% девушек, 41% юношей) в возрасте от 17 до 27 лет (M=19,4, SD=1,48). Применялась авторская анкета. Студенты оценивали уровень субъективной удовлетворенности жизнью по 7-бальной шкале Ликерта, а также отвечали на вопросы о том, что изменилось в их жизни, чего им не хватает на самоизоляции, и что они делают, чтобы компенсировать эту нехватку. Результаты исследования показали, что самоорганизация была относительно редким способом совладания с ситуацией самоизоляции, применялась 18% студентов. Вместе с тем практически все студенты, применявшие самоорганизацию как способ совладания, имели высокий уровень удовлетворенности своей жизнью. Студенты отмечали, что самоорганизация позволила им распределять внимание между различными видами деятельности, быть успешными в учебной деятельности, обрести контроль над своей жизнью несмотря на внешние ограничения. На эмоциональном уровне самоорганизация сопровождалась переживанием радости и свободы. Self-isolation and transfer to distance learning were not only stress-factors for students, but also a source of increased demands towards students’ self-organization. Research was mostly focused on psychological outcomes of COVID-19 and self-isolation. Little attention has been paid to self-organization. Y.P.Zinchenko, V.I.Morosanova et al have shown that students experienced more difficulties with self-organization compared to elder groups due to lower level of self-regulation. The purpose of the current study was to investigate coping with self-isolation among students with different levels of situational life satisfaction. 100 students (59% female, 41% male) aged 17 to 27 (M =19.4, SD=1.48) from Saint-Petersburg State Transport University, Russia participated in the qualitative study. Authors’ questionnaire was applied. Participants were asked questions what has changed in their lives due to self-isolation, what they lack on self-isolation and what did they do to compensate for this lack. Participants rated their situational life satisfaction level on 7-point Likert scale. Research has shown that self-organization was comparatively rare strategy of coping with self-isolation and transfer to distance learning. It was applied by 18% participants. However almost all students who reported that they organized their live on self-isolation reported a high level of situational life satisfaction. Participants pointed out that self-organization allowed them to allocate attention between different activities, to be successful and effective in studying, take control over their lives despite external constraints. Self-organization was accompanied by feeling of freedom and joy at emotional level.

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    Authors: Mito, Yuko; Mase, Yuki; Watanabe, Megumi; Ando, Rie; +12 Authors

    【目的】COVID-19の影響により臨地実習などの制約を受けた新人看護職員に対する本大学基盤型卒前・卒後フォローアップ研修のニーズ調査の結果、企画と実施状況、参加者からの評価を報告し、今後の研修での取り組みの資料とする。 【方法】2021年度卒業予定の本学看護学科4年生87名を対象に、どのようなフォローアップ研修を希望するかのニーズ調査を行い、研修内容を決定した。2022年3月に計6回の卒前研修、5月から8月に計4回の卒後研修を実施し、各回の参加者に評価とその理由についてWeb調査した。 【結果】ニーズ調査(回収率43.6%)において要望の多かった「診療に伴う援助技術(96.2%)」「フィジカルアセスメント(88.5%)」「生活援助技術(84.6%)」等に沿って研修内容を組み立てた。卒前研修は講義・演習、セルフトレーニング、卒後研修は講義、演習、参加者同士の情報交換会とした。卒前研修には本学卒業生が延べ68名、卒後研修には本学卒業生以外の新人看護職員を含めて延べ83名が参加し、研修を肯定的に評価した。卒前研修の評価理由は「復習になった」「今後の自分の気持ちの持ちようを学べた」等、卒後研修は「基本内容が確認できた」「知識の再獲得と新しい知識が習得できた」等であった。 【結論】2年目に入った大学基盤型フォローアップ研修により、新人看護職員の復習あるいは知識・技術の修得を支援し、かつメンタルヘルスサポートを効果的に実施できた。 application/pdf

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  • Recently, a lot of information has been accumulated about the course of COVID-19. It is already known that the virus affects not only the respiratory system, but also other organs, which is associated with systemic hyperimmune inflammation due to the «cytokine storm», cytopathic effects, hypoxia, drug toxicity and other factors. Along with other organs and systems, the liver is also affected. Today, there are data on the course of infection against the background of chronic hepatitis of various etiologies. Taking into account the additional impact on the liver of the coronavirus, these cases often end unfavorably. At the same time, the available literature has not yet described the course of COVID-19 against the background of acute enteral hepatitis, in particular against the background of hepatitis A. Meanwhile, it is known that in the case of mixed infection, hepatitis A can be severe and lead to the death of the patient.The article presents a clinical case of COVID-19 in an elderly patient with hepatitis A with a favorable outcome. В последнее время накоплено много сведений о течении COVID-19. Уже известно, что вирус поражает не только дыхательную систему, но и другие органы, что связывают с системным гипериммунным воспалением вследствие «цитокинового шторма», цитопатическими эффектами, гипоксией, лекарственной токсичностью и иными факторами. Наряду с другими органами и системами поражается и печень. Сегодня появились данные о течении инфекции на фоне хронических гепатитов различной этиологии. С учетом дополнительного воздействия на печень коронавируса, данные случаи часто заканчиваются неблагоприятно. В то же время в доступной литературе до сих пор не описано течение COVID-19 на фоне острых энтеральных гепатитов, в частности на фоне гепатита А. Между тем известно, что в случае микст-инфекции гепатит А может протекать тяжело и приводить к смерти пациента. В статье представлен клинический случай течения COVID-19 у пожилой пациентки на фоне гепатита А с благоприятным исходом.

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  • The article focuses on the role of the corporate sector in media literate cities. The corporate educational space makes a significant contribution to the development of transmedia literacy in modern cities in general, and in the media and information literate city in particular. The modern corporate educational space is undergoing significant changes, changing under the influence of many factors. The main factors of the influence today are the change of generations in the labor market and the education market, the impact of the COVID-19 infodemic and the need to develop transmedia literacy and a significant change in teaching technologies. New learning technologies are changing the landscape of corporate education. Modern media education technologies included in corporate training programs make it possible to develop both project competencies, communication competencies, and transmedia literacy competencies. Media education technologies are of particular importance in the corporate and media sectors of the urban environment. В этой статье основное внимание уделяется роли корпоративного сектора в медийно-грамотных городах. Корпоративное образовательное пространство вносит весомый вклад в развитие трансмедиаграмотности в современных городах в целом и в медийно-информационном грамотном городе в частности. Также современное корпоративное образовательное пространство претерпевает значительные изменения, меняясь под воздействием многих факторов. Основными факторами влияния сегодня являются смена поколений на рынке труда и рынке образования, влияние инфодемии COVID-19, необходимость развития трансмедийной грамотности и существенное изменение технологий обучения. Новые технологии обучения меняют ландшафт корпоративного образования. Современные медиаобразовательные технологии, включенные в корпоративные программы обучения, дают возможность развить как проектные, коммуникационные компетенции, так и компетенции трансмедийной грамотности. Технологии медиаобразования имеют особое значение в корпоративном и медиасекторе городской среды.

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  • The article analyzes the results of the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic on US foreign policy. Today it is common to point out that the United States and as a great power are in irreversible decline, that the image of invincibility has been shattered as the country had been hit hard by the highest death toll from COVID-19 among G-20 nation, calling into question the effectiveness of its governance system and the quality of American institutions. The author argues that among American political scientists there is an understanding that America is facing internal and external political challenges that have been increased with the end of the pandemic, but there is also a desire to maintain its global leadership. Despite these contradictions, which cause numerous discussions, the United States still retains their cultural, economic and military power. However, in order to maintain international authority and leadership, the American elite needs to reassess the global role of the United States based on the formation of a new balance of power and coordination of interests with other countries. В статье анализируются результаты влияния эпидемии COVID-19 на внешнюю политику США. Сегодня принято указывать на то, что Соединенные Штаты и как великая держава приходят в необратимый упадок, что имидж непобедимости был разрушен, поскольку страна сильно пострадала от самого высокого числа погибших от COVID-19 среди всех стран G20, что ставит под сомнение эффективность ее системы управления и качество американских институтов. Автор отмечает, что среди американских политологов есть понимание того, что Америка сталкивается с внутренними и внешними политическими вызовами, которые только увеличились с окончанием пандемии, но также присутствует стремление сохранить свое глобальное лидерство. Несмотря на эти противоречия, которые вызывают многочисленные дискуссии, Соединенные Штаты по-прежнему сохраняют свою культурную, экономическую и военную мощь, однако для поддержания международного авторитета и лидерства американской элите необходима переоценка глобальной роли США на основе учета формирования нового баланса сил и согласования интересов с другими странами.

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    Authors: Bui, Dzung; Dräger, Lena; Hayo, Bernd; Nghiem, Giang;

    In response to the economic crisis created by the COVID-19 pandemic, many governments provided financial assistance to households. Using representative consumer surveys conducted during the pandemic in 2020, we examine the effects of this fiscal policy instrument on households in two emerging economies, Vietnam and Thailand. Our paper contributes to the literature by studying consumer sentiment and durable spending responses to government financial support and the underlying transmission channels for these responses. We find that government support improves consumer sentiment and increases the likelihood of durable spending. Possible channels for these effects include more optimistic macroeconomic expectations and higher trust in the government's ability to deal with the pandemic, as well as less concern about the general impact of the crisis. We also find that financial support improves individuals' mental health and life satisfaction. Our results suggest that government financial support not only helps stimulate the economy but also enhances people's well-being more generally.

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  • В статье обосновывается особое значение выставочного маркетинга среди инструментов продвижения, приводятся данные всемирной выставочной статистики за 2018-2019 гг. Автор описывает влияние коронавирусной инфекции Covid 19 на всемирную выставочную индустрию в 2020 году, анализирует статистические данные Всемирной ассоциации выставочной индустрии UFI, Центра исследований выставочной индустрии CEIR о результатах карантина, введенного из-за распространения Covid-19.

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    Authors: Hershbein, Brad J.; Holzer, Harry J.;

    In this paper, we shed light on the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the labor market, and how they have evolved over most of the year 2020. Relying primarily on microdata from the CPS and state-level data on virus caseloads, mortality, and policy restrictions, we consider a range of employment outcomes – including permanent layoffs, which generate large and lasting costs – and how these outcomes vary across demographic groups, occupations, and industries over time. We also examine how these employment patterns vary across different states, according to the timing and severity of virus caseloads, deaths, and closure measures. We find that the labor market recovery of the summer and early fall stagnated in late fall and early winter. As noted by others, we find low-wage and minority workers are hardest hit initially, but that recoveries have varied, and not always consistently, between Blacks and Hispanics. Statewide business closures and other restrictions on economic activity reduce employment rates concurrently, but do not seem to have lingering effects once relaxed. In contrast, virus deaths – but not caseloads – not only depress current employment, but produce accumulating harm. We conclude with policy options for states to repair their labor markets.

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  • Самоизоляция и переход на дистанционное обучение в начальный период пандемии COVID-19 не только стали причиной стресса у студентов в разных регионах мира, но и предъявили повышенные требования к самоорганизации студентов. Большинство исследователей сосредотачивались на проблемах психологических последствий самоизоляции, совладания со стрессом, эмоционального состояния студентов, и практически не уделяли внимания проблеме самоорганизации. Исследования Ю.П.Зинченко, В.И.Моросановой и др. показали, что студенты, в целом, испытывали большие трудности с самоорганизацией по сравнению с более старшими респондентами в связи с более низким уровнем саморегуляции. Целью настоящего исследования было изучение особенностей совладания с ситуацией самоизоляции у студентов с различным уровнем ситуативной удовлетворенности жизнью. В исследовании приняли участие 100 студентов ПГУПС, г. Санкт-Петербург, Россия (59% девушек, 41% юношей) в возрасте от 17 до 27 лет (M=19,4, SD=1,48). Применялась авторская анкета. Студенты оценивали уровень субъективной удовлетворенности жизнью по 7-бальной шкале Ликерта, а также отвечали на вопросы о том, что изменилось в их жизни, чего им не хватает на самоизоляции, и что они делают, чтобы компенсировать эту нехватку. Результаты исследования показали, что самоорганизация была относительно редким способом совладания с ситуацией самоизоляции, применялась 18% студентов. Вместе с тем практически все студенты, применявшие самоорганизацию как способ совладания, имели высокий уровень удовлетворенности своей жизнью. Студенты отмечали, что самоорганизация позволила им распределять внимание между различными видами деятельности, быть успешными в учебной деятельности, обрести контроль над своей жизнью несмотря на внешние ограничения. На эмоциональном уровне самоорганизация сопровождалась переживанием радости и свободы. Self-isolation and transfer to distance learning were not only stress-factors for students, but also a source of increased demands towards students’ self-organization. Research was mostly focused on psychological outcomes of COVID-19 and self-isolation. Little attention has been paid to self-organization. Y.P.Zinchenko, V.I.Morosanova et al have shown that students experienced more difficulties with self-organization compared to elder groups due to lower level of self-regulation. The purpose of the current study was to investigate coping with self-isolation among students with different levels of situational life satisfaction. 100 students (59% female, 41% male) aged 17 to 27 (M =19.4, SD=1.48) from Saint-Petersburg State Transport University, Russia participated in the qualitative study. Authors’ questionnaire was applied. Participants were asked questions what has changed in their lives due to self-isolation, what they lack on self-isolation and what did they do to compensate for this lack. Participants rated their situational life satisfaction level on 7-point Likert scale. Research has shown that self-organization was comparatively rare strategy of coping with self-isolation and transfer to distance learning. It was applied by 18% participants. However almost all students who reported that they organized their live on self-isolation reported a high level of situational life satisfaction. Participants pointed out that self-organization allowed them to allocate attention between different activities, to be successful and effective in studying, take control over their lives despite external constraints. Self-organization was accompanied by feeling of freedom and joy at emotional level.

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    Authors: Mito, Yuko; Mase, Yuki; Watanabe, Megumi; Ando, Rie; +12 Authors

    【目的】COVID-19の影響により臨地実習などの制約を受けた新人看護職員に対する本大学基盤型卒前・卒後フォローアップ研修のニーズ調査の結果、企画と実施状況、参加者からの評価を報告し、今後の研修での取り組みの資料とする。 【方法】2021年度卒業予定の本学看護学科4年生87名を対象に、どのようなフォローアップ研修を希望するかのニーズ調査を行い、研修内容を決定した。2022年3月に計6回の卒前研修、5月から8月に計4回の卒後研修を実施し、各回の参加者に評価とその理由についてWeb調査した。 【結果】ニーズ調査(回収率43.6%)において要望の多かった「診療に伴う援助技術(96.2%)」「フィジカルアセスメント(88.5%)」「生活援助技術(84.6%)」等に沿って研修内容を組み立てた。卒前研修は講義・演習、セルフトレーニング、卒後研修は講義、演習、参加者同士の情報交換会とした。卒前研修には本学卒業生が延べ68名、卒後研修には本学卒業生以外の新人看護職員を含めて延べ83名が参加し、研修を肯定的に評価した。卒前研修の評価理由は「復習になった」「今後の自分の気持ちの持ちようを学べた」等、卒後研修は「基本内容が確認できた」「知識の再獲得と新しい知識が習得できた」等であった。 【結論】2年目に入った大学基盤型フォローアップ研修により、新人看護職員の復習あるいは知識・技術の修得を支援し、かつメンタルヘルスサポートを効果的に実施できた。 application/pdf

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  • Recently, a lot of information has been accumulated about the course of COVID-19. It is already known that the virus affects not only the respiratory system, but also other organs, which is associated with systemic hyperimmune inflammation due to the «cytokine storm», cytopathic effects, hypoxia, drug toxicity and other factors. Along with other organs and systems, the liver is also affected. Today, there are data on the course of infection against the background of chronic hepatitis of various etiologies. Taking into account the additional impact on the liver of the coronavirus, these cases often end unfavorably. At the same time, the available literature has not yet described the course of COVID-19 against the background of acute enteral hepatitis, in particular against the background of hepatitis A. Meanwhile, it is known that in the case of mixed infection, hepatitis A can be severe and lead to the death of the patient.The article presents a clinical case of COVID-19 in an elderly patient with hepatitis A with a favorable outcome. В последнее время накоплено много сведений о течении COVID-19. Уже известно, что вирус поражает не только дыхательную систему, но и другие органы, что связывают с системным гипериммунным воспалением вследствие «цитокинового шторма», цитопатическими эффектами, гипоксией, лекарственной токсичностью и иными факторами. Наряду с другими органами и системами поражается и печень. Сегодня появились данные о течении инфекции на фоне хронических гепатитов различной этиологии. С учетом дополнительного воздействия на печень коронавируса, данные случаи часто заканчиваются неблагоприятно. В то же время в доступной литературе до сих пор не описано течение COVID-19 на фоне острых энтеральных гепатитов, в частности на фоне гепатита А. Между тем известно, что в случае микст-инфекции гепатит А может протекать тяжело и приводить к смерти пациента. В статье представлен клинический случай течения COVID-19 у пожилой пациентки на фоне гепатита А с благоприятным исходом.

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  • The article focuses on the role of the corporate sector in media literate cities. The corporate educational space makes a significant contribution to the development of transmedia literacy in modern cities in general, and in the media and information literate city in particular. The modern corporate educational space is undergoing significant changes, changing under the influence of many factors. The main factors of the influence today are the change of generations in the labor market and the education market, the impact of the COVID-19 infodemic and the need to develop transmedia literacy and a significant change in teaching technologies. New learning technologies are changing the landscape of corporate education. Modern media education technologies included in corporate training programs make it possible to develop both project competencies, communication competencies, and transmedia literacy competencies. Media education technologies are of particular importance in the corporate and media sectors of the urban environment. В этой статье основное внимание уделяется роли корпоративного сектора в медийно-грамотных городах. Корпоративное образовательное пространство вносит весомый вклад в развитие трансмедиаграмотности в современных городах в целом и в медийно-информационном грамотном городе в частности. Также современное корпоративное образовательное пространство претерпевает значительные изменения, меняясь под воздействием многих факторов. Основными факторами влияния сегодня являются смена поколений на рынке труда и рынке образования, влияние инфодемии COVID-19, необходимость развития трансмедийной грамотности и существенное изменение технологий обучения. Новые технологии обучения меняют ландшафт корпоративного образования. Современные медиаобразовательные технологии, включенные в корпоративные программы обучения, дают возможность развить как проектные, коммуникационные компетенции, так и компетенции трансмедийной грамотности. Технологии медиаобразования имеют особое значение в корпоративном и медиасекторе городской среды.

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