Border Crossing <p><strong>Border Crossing</strong> is an interdisciplinary and peer-reviewed international journal of Social Sciences and Humanities. Border Crossing is published twice a year in January-June and July-December. Articles are published online immediately as they are accepted and produced. The Journal follows a strict double-blind review policy embedded in our general <a style="background-color: #ffffff;" href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">publishing ethics</a> and supported by rigorous academic scrutiny of papers published.</p> <p><strong>Border Crossing</strong> is indexed and abstracted in: Central and Eastern European Online Library (CEEOL) | China Academic Journals Database (CNKI Scholar) | EBSCO Academic Search international | ERIH PLUS (Erih Index) | Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals (NSD) | Research Papers in Economics (RePEc) | Border Crossing is also included in American Sociological Association's Publication Options Journal Directory. </p> <p class="smaller"><strong>Journal Founded:</strong> 2011<br /><strong>ISSN:</strong> 2046-4436 (Print) | <strong>ISSN:</strong> 2046-4444 (Online)<br /><strong>Publication Frequency:</strong> Two issues a year</p> en-US <p>Copyright © 2020 Transnational Press London</p> (Border Crossing) (BC Admin) Mon, 20 Sep 2021 14:04:17 +0000 OJS 60 Critical Study of Leadership Styles in Handling COVID-19 Crisis <p><em>The world is passing through an unparalleled crisis, named Covid-19. The world economy is surrounded by it, and therefore on a daily basis, there are many updates in the situation, which is rapidly changing the status of the nation’s worldwide. Some are on the verge of survival, some are trying to get the makeover and some are facing turmoil. In order to overcome this situation, the leaders of the different countries had to plan the strategies to deal with this current situation. Therefore, this paper is focused upon determining the different leadership styles followed by the leaders of the different countries and the effectiveness of these leadership styles in handling the Covid-19 situation. Both primary and secondary data has been collected for the research. This research would encourage the academicians, researchers, management students, corporate managers and employees etc. to understand the impact of different leadership styles followed by the leaders to control any devastating situation that could shatter the economy of any nation. This research would help develop the proper understanding of the different leadership styles and its implementation for determining the effectiveness of the different leadership styles in handling this uncontrollable situation.</em></p> Richa Nangia, Richa Arora Copyright (c) 2021 Border Crossing Mon, 13 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0000 Home as a Working Place: Expressing the Perception of Work-Life Balance in the Global Epidemic Period <p><em>The basic questions of this research are how and to what extent the adaptation to the "home" as a new work space, and how the work and non-work life balance is experienced during the global epidemic period. The effects of working spaces on our health and well-being, as “individual living spaces” that are affected by the physical and social environment and also affect our perceptions of the psychological environment, are among the issues that have been emphasized in recent years. With the Covid 19 pandemic; remote working has become the norm around the world, especially for office workers. With the transition to working at home, the lines and distances between work and office areas have begun to blur gradually. As a result of this transition, creating a private space in the home has become important. Our study deals with the multidisciplinary subject "home as a workplace" in the context of the relationship between the individual and the environment. For this purpose, posts about working from home on a social networking platform were evaluated with content analysis. The findings were presented over the themes formed as a result of content analysis, with indicators such as time interval, gender, job-occupation, demographics and organization of the work area, institutionalism, life balance. The findings show that the posts on the subject are mostly positive, the majority of those who share are women, and from the beginning of the epidemic, arranging the daily routine at home and creating a working area are priority issues.</em></p> Çiğdem Vatansever, Meltem Sezer, Ayça Ünsever Copyright (c) 2021 Border Crossing Sun, 19 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0000 The History of Migration from Turkey to Western Europe: A Multi-theoretical Analysis of the Routes to Germany and the United Kingdom <p><em>Since the existing research on migration from Turkey to Western Europe does not employ multiple theoretical perspectives, this article, based on two field studies, focuses on the changing phases and forms of this human mobility by utilising a number of relevant international migration theories. The article examines the uncovered socio-economic, demographic, and political aspects of migration from Turkey to Germany and the United Kingdom and unpacks how the parameters and motives for these two routes have changed from a comparative historical perspective. In this way, it deepens the discussion on the factors and circumstances leading to migration and demonstrates that while individual, household, and historical-structural distinctions and conflicts initiate human mobility, it is perpetuated by ongoing differences, a culture of migration, networks, and ethnic economies.</em></p> M Rauf Kesici Copyright (c) 2021 Border Crossing Sat, 09 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0000 Newcomer challenges with accessing healthcare services in Saskatchewan, Canada <p><em>Newcomers experience a variety of barriers to healthcare services. The study objective is to identify newcomers’ healthcare barriers. During 2014-2015, we conducted in-depth interviews with service providers, and newcomer parents who had been in Saskatchewan for under 5 years. Primary themes include: 1) navigation difficulty, 2) limited awareness, 3) language, 4) interpretation and translation, 5) health benefits, 6) service limitations and stigma, 7) gender and cultural concerns, 8) health attitudes and beliefs, and 9) work demands. The results exposed service gaps and suggest options to improve access to healthcare. Consideration should be given to the development of formal processes to ensure the provision of information concerning healthcare and health benefit programs, as well as responsive healthcare services, including convenient primary healthcare sites that offer comprehensive care in a culturally responsive manner with embedded interpretation services to ensure that the Saskatchewan healthcare system does not perpetuate or create health disparities.</em></p> Ginny Lane , Mayari Hengstermann , Judy White , Hassan Vatanparast Copyright (c) 2021 Border Crossing Tue, 21 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0000