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Guest editorial

Xinning Su, Chengzhi Zhang, Daqing He
2017 Electronic library  
In such a paradigm, data are viewed as a critical component of the "infrastructure of science", which is important in forming "the basis for good scientific decisions" (Tenopir et al., 2011) .  ...  Furthermore, Facebook has 1.94 billion global monthly active users, and 1.74 billion are mobile users ( Information about one topic is available in wide range of media and formats.  ...  The paper "A belief-desire-intention model for blog users' negative emotional norm compliance: Decision-making in crises" by Wu et al. aims to understand blog users negative emotional norm compliance decision-making  ... 
doi:10.1108/el-08-2017-0187 fatcat:qialbbfmhnh5ne7z7zao4effue

Assessing the Potential Effectiveness of Pictorial Messages to Deter Young Women from Indoor Tanning: An Experimental Study

Jennah M. Sontag, Seth M. Noar
2017 Journal of health communication  
Another important finding is that a large percentage of college-aged Tumblr users, a personalized blogging site, engage with Tumblr for social support.  ...  Practical recommendations for patient-provider communication are offered in the form of a decision-making pathway tree.  ...  treatment decision-making conversations.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10810730.2017.1281361 pmid:28266905 fatcat:fb5ifk6zabfh7hdmviufbu5nba

Agents and Robots that Can Listen to the User's Heart

Ana Paiva
2015 International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents & Multiagent Systems  
For the past few years, many researchers have been looking at this problem, not only in trying to find ways to perceive the users emotions, but also to adapt to them, and react in an empathic way.  ...  As such, when creating social agents that are believable and able to engage with users in social interactions, empathy needs to be addressed.  ...  This work was supported by the Spanish government grant MINECO/FEDER TIN2012-36586-C03-01 and HUMBACE (Human and Social Behavior Models for Agent-Based Computational Economics) project.  ... 
dblp:conf/atal/Paiva15 fatcat:5nuz6b4luvgbjdggtxl7kenfry

From Weakest Link to Security Hero: Transforming Staff Security Behavior

Shari Lawrence Pfleeger, M. Angela Sasse, Adrian Furnham
2014 Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management  
In this paper, we explore and summarize findings in social psychology about moral values and habit formation, and then integrate them into suggestions for transforming staff security behavior online.  ...  These issues are raised by behavioral scientists, to encourage worker, passenger and patient compliance.  ...  Moral Foundations and Security Values Values are the beliefs in which people have an emotional investment.  ... 
doi:10.1515/jhsem-2014-0035 fatcat:ordcmg6ijzbjbn3jxihgmgs33e

Using Behavioral Science to help fight the Coronavirus

Peter D. Lunn, Cameron A. Belton, Ciarán Lavin, Féidhlim P. McGowan, Shane Timmons, Deirdre A. Robertson
2020 Journal of Behavioral Public Administration  
Social supports and behavioral plans can reduce the negative psychological effects of isolation, potentially reducing the disincentive to isolate.  ...  Risks are probably best communicated through numbers, with ranges to describe uncertainty – simply stating a maximum may bias public perception.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Liam Delaney and Karl Purcell for pointing us to additional material and for insightful comments on an initial draft.  ... 
doi:10.30636/jbpa.31.147 fatcat:jfuh7ldtbbehxn5oet6wamp2q4

How to Make Health and Risk Communication on Social Media More "Social" During COVID-19

Anat Gesser-Edelsburg
2021 Risk Management and Healthcare Policy  
In this perspective paper, we recommend strategies for such public dialogue based on understanding the challenges faced by organizations on the road to becoming more "social" in their social media presence  ...  We then offer recommendations for dealing with each challenge.  ...  In light of the aforesaid, in most cases health organizations should adopt a decision-making approach that is open to diverse opinions and disputes and does not block discussion, especially during crises  ... 
doi:10.2147/rmhp.s317517 pmid:34471393 pmcid:PMC8403670 fatcat:rbtp4ajj4bcbtjehkfyt4rrmcy

Investigating Crimes against Public Morality and Decency in Cyberspace from The Perspective of Criminology

Saeed Mardani, Mahmoud Bavi, Seyyed Bassem Mavallyzadeh
2022 Jurnal Cita Hukum  
This study uses a qualitative research method with an empirical approach.  ...  In addition to providing the necessary education and information.Keywords: Ethics; Chastity; Cyberspace; Criminology Penyelidikan Kejahatan Terhadap Kesusilaan Dan Kesusilaan Umum Di Dunia Maya Dari Perspektif  ...  In this ethical model, the influence of personal factors such as age and religion in the process of ethical decision-making is mentioned.  ... 
doi:10.15408/jch.v10i1.24224 fatcat:ysbmtqa5sfdspb4lt3r5sqvmuy

Does visual communication get through to its audiences

Tore Kristensen, Gorm Gabrielsen
2013 2013 IEEE Tsinghua International Design Management Symposium  
and Management, Cádiz (Spain) for helpful comments on a previous version of this research.  ...  Acknowledgements: The authors appreciate the financial help provided via Acknowledgements: The authors thank Sebastian Kunert for his support in collecting the data for this study.  ...  In addition, results show that emotion not only influences ethical decision making, but also is a significant outcome of moral decisions.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tidms.2013.6981257 fatcat:gvtlla3dbvdj3oargnpi7x2d6e


2014 Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft  
in decision making.  ...  It is anticipated that the model will have scientific and clinical application for assessing health literacy in other self care decision-making situations."  ...  Using a series of original experiments, I find strong support for my arguments. I conclude by discussing the normative and empirical implications of these findings."  ... 
doi:10.5771/1615-634x-2014-2-308 fatcat:a2w573pzsbeqbahxiq7ztnkgm4


2013 Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft  
We interpret this as evidence for a gut or game explanation of decision making in video games.  ...  Trust in the physician and preferences for involvement in decision making were unrelated to online information seeking.  ...  "When asked by a Mozambican firm to assist in the development of a communication strategy for the country's Land Law, we had doubts.  ... 
doi:10.5771/1615-634x-2013-2-276 fatcat:l5rhcnwljfegjk3t7ywu2apsvq

Innovation diffusion and new product growth models: A critical review and research directions

Renana Peres, Eitan Muller, Vijay Mahajan
2010 International Journal of Research in Marketing  
On the basis of our review, we suggest that the diffusion framework, if it is to remain a state-of-the-art paradigm for market evolution, must broaden in scope from focusing on interpersonal communications  ...  Although diffusion modeling has been researched extensively for the past 40 years, we believe that this field of study has much more to offer in terms of describing and incorporating current market trends  ...  The authors acknowledge BARD, the Davidson Center for Agribusiness, Kmart Research Center, and the Center for Research in Agricultural Economics for their financial support of this research.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijresmar.2009.12.012 fatcat:56jyr66ipbdj7odhy3aaf6nsr4

Stalking the Stranger in Web 2.0: A Contemporary Regulatory Analysis

Subhajit Basu
2012 European Journal of Law and Technology  
This formulation is based on an expansive view of regulation and 'normativity' of a virtual community.  ...  In this article, I suggest that a different from of regulation is required: one based upon a virtual, community-based concept of regulation.  ...  To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete --R.  ... 
dblp:journals/jilt/Basu12 fatcat:iq33ge7hgvctvdclkv62rxq3ki


2015 Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft  
Grounded in a quare framework, we focus in particular on the intersectionality of race, gender, sexuality, and class in the text.  ...  The themes of heteronormativity and White queer normativity are engaged through the Black gay male characters and through the motifs of consumerism, monogamy, and marriage. We argue M&K 63.  ...  In addition, negative affect is more powerful than positive, reinforcing the belief that making a good impression will not help a candidate as much as a bad impression will hurt."  ... 
doi:10.5771/1615-634x-2015-1-103 fatcat:ntk6owma45em3eve4ryr3vlkcq


2014 Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft  
Seine Gegenstände sind der Zugang von Journalisten zur Verhandlung, die Anfertigung von Bild-und Tonaufnahmen während der Verhandlung sowie in ihrem Umfeld und schließlich die Live-Textberichterstattung  ...  asked to make a series of mock hiring decisions.  ...  economic crises.  ... 
doi:10.5771/1615-634x-2014-4-687 fatcat:3s4ldzroqfatrfe2pgycsxcwbm

Social Media: The New Mantra for Managing Reputation

A. Kaul, V. Chaudhri, D. Cherian, K. Freberg, S. Mishra, R. Kumar, J. Pridmore, S. Y. Lee, N. Rana, U. Majmudar, C. E. Carroll
2015 Vikalpa The Journal for Decision Makers  
Crises do not always occur suddenly; in fact, in most cases, they can be anticipated or even forecasted. A 'swift' decision-making during a crisis event necessitates advance preparation.  ...  / article/blogs/blog-lenskart-offers-discount-to-shake-it-off-likethe-nepal-earthquake/ posted on its blog and e-mailed to registered users.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0256090915618029 fatcat:rvmxwtbjivhcjcgfm6xnnzlhty
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