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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
This paper proposes a metaphor for accessing personalized television programming and suggests an approach for integrating the metaphor into the design of a television user interface. ... The results of the empirical research are discussed and the suitability of the metaphor for other television programs is examined. ... Personalized Television Programming and Metaphors for All Long before consumers could access digital TV applications, researchers predicted a shift in the way television programs were going to be produced ...doi:10.1007/3-540-36572-9_15 fatcat:hcewwubcfza7pl7mhns7oywk7e
A. and Alexander, A. F. Exploring the margins of television viewing. Communication Reports 9(1):61-67, Winter 1996. ADDICTION. TELEVISION EFFECTS. TELEVISION PROGRAMMING. TELEVISION VIEWING. ... All participants were asked to give a metaphor about television and to speculate on what, if anything, would change their consumption of the medium. ...
It was observed as a result of the study that primary school students had more intense positive perceptions towards televisions in their metaphors, and they defined television as mostly a free time and ... ..." to complete on one side, and they were requested to draw a picture about meaning of television concept for the students, and answer the question "What do you want to explain in this picture?" ... For many people, metaphor is a tool for poetic language and imagination, a perfect technique for teaching what is unknown, and a proven tool for storing and remembering learnt information (Arslan & Bayrakçı ...doi:10.11114/jets.v5i8.2554 fatcat:f5m2ukd3urexpbbptdmemnq22i
The personal perspec tive of the author places emphasis on the quality of programming rather than on commercial interests 0214 Varan, D. The cultural erosion metaphor and the transc systems. ... METAPHOR. TELEVISION EFFECTS. Through demonstrates the it the transcultural impact of television. The auth associated with such erosion. ...
Journal of Retailing
to their constituent values for broadcast over television, extending the metaphor of marketing-as-relationship to more accurately reflect differing values among American, Japanese, and Chinese retailing ... Through observation of localized television home shopping, we examine how local meanings of relationship marketing are abstracted to their constituent values for broadcast over television. ... Financial support for the current research was supplied by the National Science Council, Taiwan. ...doi:10.1016/j.jretai.2007.09.002 fatcat:zgzzfydylrgbvj2sjx2ks34mkq
The article focuses on the fact that one of the most striking trends of formatting of television projects today is a realization of the game as the basis for the formation of the screen language. ... The game involves bringing the TV program closer to the public, which in turn generates no passive contemplation, and attracting the viewer into the process. ... For example, "UA: PERSHYI" showed a pic- Keywords: television, television program, visual-expressive means, TV image In an era of global consumption of scientific and technical discoveries in the panel ...doi:10.31174/send-hs2019-199vii33-22 fatcat:lezhwq4r2bd6paqsgnxfymqpfe
The data were collected by recording the "Indonesia Now" program on Metro TV, then transcribing the program broadcasts into written text, classifying the data into types of interpersonal metaphors and ... ABSTRACTThis study investigates interpersonal metaphor in "Indonesia Now" English news TV program based on Systemic Functional Linguistics approach. ... Interpersonal metaphor of vocative is a word or phrase used to address a reader or listener directly, usually in the form of a personal name, title, or term of endearment. ...doi:10.24114/lt.v14i3.11174 fatcat:54zuxi3qhffblnodjl5e4a7nii
The data were collected by recording the "Indonesia Now" program on Metro TV, then transcribing the program broadcasts into written text, classifying the data into types of interpersonal metaphors and ... This study investigates interpersonal metaphor in "Indonesia Now" English news TV program based on Systemic Functional Linguistics approach. ... Interpersonal metaphor of vocative is a word or phrase used to address a reader or listener directly, usually in the form of a personal name, title, or term of endearment. ...doi:10.24114/lt.v15i3.14770 fatcat:zcr6h6lcmbh77i5cs7pzdxnagq
There is a resultant need for effective user interface design to communicate clearly the content being portrayed for an ever more diverse range of viewers or users of computer-based displays. ... Advanced user interfaces require consideration of new metaphors and repurposing of older ones. ... Interactive television test trials offer valuable opportunities to pursue new metaphors, e.g., personalities as agents, like the program announcer or the quiz-show host; new mental models and navigation ...doi:10.1145/192309.192317 dblp:conf/avi/Marcus94 fatcat:5wvyiz4cczafzcb27dn2lod37y
However, Gilder also used his metaphoric brush to suggest that we are not using technology effectively: "For the past decades, we've been using computers like cars in a jungle. ... He went on to say that "just as the personal computer essentially displaced the mainframe over the past ten years, the personal computer will displace the television set, the telephone, and an array of ...doi:10.5860/crln.56.1.22 fatcat:lq3nyqaahbbspoqk3sovllarii
We conclude with a brief summary, and an appeal for a more self-consciously multimethod approach to the study of media and politics. ethods, metaphors, and media messages: the uses of television in conversations ... We then present an alternative metaphor for television and politics, one that emphasizes the role of discourse in the formation of public opinions, and that conceptualizes television and viewers as participants ... In addition, however, our conversational metaphor points to a more active role for television in the shaping of public opinion . ...doi:10.11606/issn.1808-0820.cali.2006.64729 fatcat:2swjlgrrvnfo5fogbtf677ky5y
Factor analyses, which were computed on different cate- gories of attitudinal variables, revealed an 11-factor structure for program interests, reflecting a number of broad program types. ... A 4-factor solution emerged for TV viewing reasons, a 6-factor solution for general opinions about TV and video, and a 4-factor solution for parental roles. DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SERIALS 36839. ...
This paper situates the metaphor of 'streaming' in contrast to and connection with fluid analogies and metaphors that have been used to describe different models of media transmission. ... Building on the work of media archaeologist Erkki Huhtamo, I approach these metaphors as 'recurrent topoi' in media culture and show that the metaphor of streaming serves to keep the remediation of past ... of television, and a programmed flow that can be algorithmically customized for each viewer. ...doi:10.25969/mediarep/14123 fatcat:dcrg5hlevnbbfbccpv66xycbdq
In particular, having developed for its size a robust and efficient program production industry nurtured by years of government intervention, it is becoming a significant middle-sized exporter of programming ... This article examines some of the reasons for this export success and suggests that a useful framework for understanding it is the notion of post-Fordism. ...
This metaphor dis- empowers persons with disabilities, although more recent conceptuali- zations may provide useful tools for empowerment. ... [from the chapter] — This chapter frames the literature on communication and disability within 6 metaphors, identifying how those metaphors oppress or empower persons with disabilities. ...
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