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Adapting to Crisis

Migration Research During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Aydan Greatrick, Jumana Al-Waeli, Hannah Sender, Susanna Corona Maioli, Jin L. Li, and Ellen Goodwin

barriers to internet access among participants, as well as several ethical issues relating to privacy and safety online. These reflections on the limits of online methods are not new (for example, see Fielding et al. 2016 ). However, by reflecting on our

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Reflecting on Crisis

Ethics of Dis/Engagement in Migration Research

Ioanna Manoussaki-Adamopoulou, Natalie Sedacca, Rachel Benchekroun, Andrew Knight, and Andrea Cortés Saavedra

those living in detention or migrant centers. Finding secure housing and maintaining social networks that rely on face-to-face interaction, particularly significant for queer refugees who disproportionately lack privacy and security at home, has become

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The Case of Pakistan

The Impact of COVID-19 on the Perceived Well-Being of Displaced Households

Fariya Hashmat, Ahmad Nawaz, Tony Bradley, and Asad Ghalib

displaced people are at higher risk of anxiety, depression, and other forms of distress, which could be exacerbated by the psychological impact of quarantine ( Brooks et al. 2020 ). Lack of space and privacy can also aggravate the psychological impact of

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Teaching creative careers in the pandemic

A study of digital tools used by university instructors

Bexi Perdomo, María del Carmen Llontop Castillo, and Oscar Mas

Facebook. In this sense, after the end of the first term of ERT, UCAL implemented a different learning platform that enhances communication while maintaining all participants’ privacy as a way to prevent potential inappropriate situations. Therefore