pp. 137-138 | Published Online: September 2020 | DOI: 10.22521/edupij.2020.93.1
This current issue includes four articles that each represent particularly informative and interesting studies that we hope, as readers, you will also consider to be valuable publications. The first article, by Dr. Kieran James and his students at UWS, discusses the personal relationship (in the context of the ethical dilemma) between a student and their lecturer. In the second article, Dr. Hamide Gozu, Dr. Joan Newman, and Dr. Kimberly Colvin describe cultural differences in perceived parenting authority styles, and the links between perceived parenting authority styles, academic achievement, and self-esteem. In the third article, Dr. Shaista Noor, Dr. Filzah Md. Isa, and Dr. Faizan Farid Mazhar investigate the perceptions of teachers in Pakistan regarding their online teaching practices during the COVID-19 pandemic. Finally, in the fourth study of this current issue, Dr. Ahmet Sahbaz has aimed to reveal the views and evaluations of university students on distance education during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Keywords: Editorial, the current issue, authors, editor’s foreword, COVID-19References
Gozu, H., Newman, J., & Colvin, K. (2020). Maternal and Paternal Authority Styles and Developmental Outcomes: An Investigation of University Students in Turkey and the United States. Educational Process: International Journal, 9(3), 153-168, DOI: 10.22521/edupij.2020.93.3
James, K., Bain, R., Duncan, N., Martin, M., Mole, J., Williamson, M., & Wilson, B. (2020). Critically Analysing the Ethical Dilemmas Arising from Lecturer and Student Relationships at the University: Pushing Social Boundaries for Institutional Revolution. Educational Process: International Journal, 9(3), 139-152, DOI: 10.22521/edupij.2020.93.2
Noor, S., Isa, F. Md., & Mazhar, F. F. (2020). Online Teaching Practices During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Educational Process: International Journal, 9(3), 169-184, DOI: 10.22521/edupij.2020.93.4
Sahbaz, A. (2020). Views and Evaluations of University Students about Distance Education During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Educational Process: International Journal, 9(3), 185-198, DOI: 10.22521/edupij.2020.93.5