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UC Working Paper Series

The UC Working Paper Series is a biannual publication geared towards undergraduates in order to encourage them to have exposure to research and further benefit from the experience: not only will this boost their CVs but also they will serve as models for what UC expects of our other students. The electronic version is freely available to all, whilst a limited issue of the print version is available for distribution to UC’s stakeholders to showcase this aspect of our research output.

Students may submit papers arising resulting from work done during our two undergraduate research courses (RES201 and RES301) or others as a result of term papers from their other courses or even their own independent research. The UC Working Paper Series welcomes all manuscript submissions from UC undergraduate students.

To encourage submissions, and also to build up students’ confidence and competence, academic reviewers will provide constructive feedback. However, please note that The University of Cambodia and the UC Working Paper Series Board ultimately reserve the right to publish or not publish any submission entirely at their discretion. If you have any questions or if you want to submit your work, please email director_crc@uc.edu.kh

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Volume 1, Issue 1 (December 2017)

Cambodian University Students’ Perspectives on the Effects of Having a Romantic Relationship 
on Academic Performance

Ly Muychrea, San Vatanak, and Tep Sopheavatey

Working and Studying at the Same Time
Ban Chantrea, Hok Chansophy, and Hout Chantyta


The Influence of Western Fashion on Cambodian Teenagers 
Chan Sereyraksmey, Huy Maryneth, and Prak Chansreyneath


The Impact of Library Usage on UC Students’ Academic Performance 
Lim Vichea, Ly Nazy, Mao Sopanha, and Vuth Socheata


The Challenges of Higher Education for Rural Students in Urban Universities in Cambodia 
Lim Vouchsieng, Lay Sovanak, and Man Navy


UC Students’ Perception Towards Plagiarism
Cheng Sereyroth, Hor Kimheng, Lo Cheahong, and Ren Davina


The Increase of KTVs in Cambodia
Dao Thi My Hanh, Ean Udam, and Hok Loemhuo




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