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Nadolu, Bogdan. Badger vs Beaver patterns in Romanian student life during the pandemic. A two-wave longitudinal approach. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 2021-12-09.

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Summary:  View help for Summary How have students been affected by these three semesters of online lectures and seminars? This paper sets out to answer this research question on the basis of two sociological surveys, applied online in May 2020 (N=518) and in May 2021 (N=206). Its main finding is that there are two different patterns students employ in order to cope with the unprecedented limitations imposed by the pandemic restrictions: the badger approach, in which they take refuge in leisure activities, and the beaver approach, involving more dynamic and sustainable behaviours.

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