Cooperation with Health Professionals during the Pandemic of COVID 19

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https://doi.org/10.3126/dsaj.v14i0.30390

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cooperation, coronavirus, health workers, pandemic, social networking

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The article presents light on the issues of cooperation with health workers during the COVID 19. Coronavirus pandemic has become one of the challenges to humankind and it caused devastating effects in almost all countries of the world. The purpose of the paper is to analyze how important the role of people’s cooperation with health workers is during the coronavirus pandemic. The theoretical concept related to humanism and social identity theory is discussed to understand individual and group’s collective effort to increase cooperation in the society during the pandemic. Subsequently, different events of cooperation among people and health workers and other incidents depicting stigma and discrimination in Nepal and other places during the COVID 19 pandemic are discussed based on a review of literatures.

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Ghanashyam Niroula, Kathmandu University

Ghanashyam Niroula is M. A. in Population Studies from Tribhuvan University and M. Sc in Social Research Methods from the University of Teesside UK. At present, he is pursuing M. Phil degree in Development Studies at School of Education, Kathmandu University. Currently, he is associated with Kathmandu University High school. Niroula’s publications are focused on social and demographic issues of Nepali society.

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Published

2020-12-29

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Niroula, G. (2020). Cooperation with Health Professionals during the Pandemic of COVID 19. Dhaulagiri Journal of Sociology and Anthropology, 14, 90–96. https://doi.org/10.3126/dsaj.v14i0.30390

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