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Book review of 'University on Watch: Crisis in the Academy'

Relojo-Howell, Dennis

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  <dc:creator>Relojo-Howell, Dennis</dc:creator>
  <dc:description>Within the last decades, there has been rising prevalence of mental health issues in academia (Gonçalves, 2017). A number of studies have been done (e.g., Eisenberg, Downs, Golberstein, &amp; Zivin, 2009; Kitzrow, 2003; Martin, 2010), in order to enhance efforts to prevent and treat mental disorder within higher education. But then, it seems that everything still is in the same place. I feel that it is vital that we also consider the lived experience of students who have mental health issues.</dc:description>
  <dc:title>Book review of 'University on Watch: Crisis in the Academy'</dc:title>
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