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A case for research with and on community networks

Bart Braem, Roger Baig Viñas, Aaron L. Kaplan, Axel Neumann, Ivan Vilata i Balaguer, Blaine Tatum, Malcolm Matson, Chris Blondia, Christoph Barz, Henning Rogge, Felix Freitag, Leandro Navarro (+3 others)
2013 Computer communication review  
Community networks are self-organized networks which exist all around the world. For a large number of users, they are the only form of communication in the community itself and with the Internet.  ...  In this paper we present a dynamic community network mapper, complementary to the node database.  ...  The authors would like to thank everyone involved in community networks and especially Wireless Antwerpen, for their access to the community network.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2500098.2500108 fatcat:4awaccsfinfsfnfof5u3wcwxdu

Linguocultural approach in modern foreign language education

B Serdalieva
2022 Ренессанс в парадигме новаций образования и технологий в XXI веке  
the framework of the cognitive-linguocultural methodology which serves as the universal conceptual basis for the theory of modern Foreign language education (Fle) and multilingual education in the Republic  ...  The article highlights peculiar features and aspects of developing the linguocultural approach in Foreign language teaching (Flt) to students of non-linguistic specialties of pedagogical universities in  ...  Nevertheless, it is an effective way to make students communicate and interact with each other.  ... 
doi:10.47689/innovations-in-edu-vol-iss1-pp182-183 fatcat:3axmb56ksvao5eeomzht6ixkoa

Canadian Surgery Forum1 Is laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy a reasonable stand-alone procedure for super morbidly obese patients?2 Postoperative monitoring requirements of patients with obstructive sleep apnea undergoing bariatric surgery3 Role of relaparoscopy in the diagnosis and treatment of bariatric complications in the early postoperative period4 Changes of active and total ghrelin, GLP-1 and PYY following restrictive bariatric surgery and their impact on satiety: comparison of sleeve gastrectomy and a ...

R. Fayez, A. AlMuntashery, G. Bodie, A. Almamar, R.S. Gill, I. Raîche, C.L. Mueller, A. AlMuntashery, R. Fayez, A. AlMuntashery, F. Moustarah, M. Khokhotva (+1021 others)
2012 Canadian journal of surgery  
Laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (LSG) is currently gaining popularity as a primary weight loss procedure, with limited evidence to justify this trend.  ...  A total of 184 LRYGBs and 102 LSGs in super morbidly obese patients were performed.  ...  Liver resection was offered on a case by case basis to patients with stable disease.  ... 
doi:10.1503/cjs.016712 pmid:35488395 pmcid:PMC3432251 fatcat:hcoa7wzzonhq3mm3a5g3ucx5yi

The Analysis of the Components of Project-Based Learning on Social Network

Kuntida Thamwipat, Napassawan Yookong
2012 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
This research aims to analyze the components of project based learning on social network, case study of presentation skill course.  ...  Skill. 5 point-rating scale questionnaire was used as the research tool for data collection for analyzing the obtained data which has the reliability as 0.94 and using the mean, Standard Deviation (S.D  ...  There can be research on the development of Project-Based Learning on social network with a case study on Verbal Language for Communication. 2.  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2012.031132 fatcat:wkycncwrqjdc7erjatooibbr24

The Capacity of a Scientific Community: A Study of the Travel and Tourism Research Association

Honggen Xiao
2010 Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research  
Data analysis is guided by hypothesis, with results of the case study described and discussed in the contexts of research communications, knowledge networks, scientific community, and research association  ...  First, with respect to research communication, a number of social demographic factors are found to have exerted an impact on media use frequencies and decisions, and perceptions of research communication  ...  After review and examination by the dissertation committee, the whole thesis, titled The Social Structure of a Scientific Community: A Case Study of the Travel and Tourism Research Association, will be  ... 
doi:10.1177/1096348010380597 fatcat:zuya74moqzdwpbwhvkjvzlejhy

Answering Legal Research Questions With Network Analysis

Dafne Erica van Kuppevelt
2018 Zenodo  
Poster for the NetSci 2018 conference in Paris.  ...  We present a visualization tool for legal researchers to explore and analyze the relationships in a dataset of Dutch case law.  ...  In future work, we will focus on finding the right resolution for legal communities and exploring alternatives for modularity for the directed network representations.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1248039 fatcat:35adew6gardizi75n4yvrdz42a

Whose results are these anyway? Reciprocity and the ethics of "giving back" after social network research

Paola Tubaro
2019 Social Networks  
Sociological Association (BSA-SNAG) in collaboration with RT Réseaux Sociaux of Association Française de Sociologie, in Paris on 5-6 December 2017.  ...  Acknowledgements A preliminary version of this paper was presented at the workshop "Recent Ethical Challenges in Social Network Analysis" (RECSNA) organized by the Social Network Analysis Group of British  ...  It draws on a reflective account of three cases from my social network research activity.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.socnet.2019.10.003 fatcat:aztpjg42anan7hrtzp4durtdcm

Measurement of Social Networks for Innovation within Community Disaster Resilience

Joanna Wilkin, Eloise Biggs, Andrew Tatem
2019 Sustainability  
Disaster risk reduction (DRR) research has long recognised that social networks are a vital source of support during and after a shock.  ...  a critical methodology in future resilience research and policy planning.  ...  A growing discourse of research that specifically investigates people's social networks as a core component of community resilience has filtered into DRR research, with the driving interest for DRR researchers  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11071943 fatcat:diokauajz5d6tj3kudprfibvei

Investigating communication networks contextually: Qualitative network analysis as cross-media research

Andreas Hepp, Cindy Roitsch, Matthias Berg
2016 MedieKultur: Journal of Media and Communication Research  
This article introduces the approach of contextualised communication network analysis as a qualitative procedure for researching communicative relationships realised through the media.  ...  It combines qualitative interviews on media appropriation, egocentric network maps, and media diaries.  ...  Since this occurs today not with the help of one medium but with a variety of different media, the qualitative analysis of communication networks becomes an important approach for cross-media research.  ... 
doi:10.7146/mediekultur.v32i60.21614 fatcat:rkekd2h4a5c5xcoejytonxfuuq

A Decade of Research in Opportunistic Networks: Challenges, Relevance, and Future Directions

Sacha Trifunovic, Sylvia T. Kouyoumdjieva, Bernhard Distl, Ljubica Pajevic, Gunnar Karlsson, Bernhard Plattner
2017 IEEE Communications Magazine  
A. Classical Use-cases For a decade researchers have been searching for the "killer application" that will boost the global deployment of opportunistic networks.  ...  The demand for data is exponentially increasing as more and more services are based on a cloud infrastructure with a prediction for 24 EB of monthly mobile data traffic by 2019 according to Cisco's Visual  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2017.1500527cm fatcat:juxex7smqjhjvg4suvvcam6eiu

Mental Models of Family Physicians Regarding their Professional Network Roles

Meira Levy, Dikla Agur-Cohen, Sophia Eilat-Tsanani
2013 Procedia Technology - Elsevier  
The study is based on: a qualitative analysis of the network discussions; in-depth interviews; a questionnaire; and a clinical research focus group.  ...  The first considers the network as enabling social engagement; the second sees the network as facilitating clinical decision-making; and the third seeks for clinical research collaboration.  ...  Acknowledgements This study was performed with a research grant from the Israel Association of Family Physicians.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.protcy.2013.12.126 fatcat:pmhahlq2uvgzho3l7ghi4r6xou

Open-Source Technologies Realizing Social Networks: A Multiple Descriptive Case-Study [chapter]

Jose Teixeira
2012 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
An open-source technological stack for realizing social networks is proposed and several managerial issues dealing with collaboration with open-source communities are explored.  ...  By taking a multiple case study approach, We address what are the open-source software technological components embedded by leading social networking players, and a rich description on how those players  ...  This event was a rare opportunity for researchers with interests on social networking topics to meet together with industry practitioners from major providers of social networks and services.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-33442-9_17 fatcat:ycchevhrdrepdnhfp3dhvvm46e

Author Multidisciplinarity and Disciplinary Roles in Field of Study Networks [article]

Eoghan Cunningham, Barry Smyth, Derek Greene
2022 arXiv   pre-print
This work proposes Field of Study (FoS) networks as a novel network representation for use in scientometric analysis.  ...  To support this, we present two case studies which explore multidisciplinary research in corpora of varying size and scope; namely, 6,323 articles relating to network science research and 4,184,011 articles  ...  They show a stable trend with author multidisciplinarity increasing year-on-year, with a much larger than expected increase for COVID-19-related research.  ... 
arXiv:2203.12504v1 fatcat:2ah32kmji5btvo42yru3y4db24

The Role of Community Leadership in the Development of Grassroots Innovations

Mari Martiskainen
2016 Social Science Research Network  
Based on a mixed methods approach including research interviews and site visits, the article draws on previous literature on community leadership, grassroots innovations and niche literature.  ...  Community leadership benefits from being embedded into social networks, shared vision and decision making, but pre-existing skills and tacit knowledge also play a role.  ...  Acknowledgements This article is based on research, which has been enabled through the Centre on Innovation and Energy Demand, funded by the RCUK's EUED Programme (grant number EP/KO11790/1), and a PhD  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2792056 fatcat:a6576t5sabblnig5e25hkkhb54

Addressing the Environmental, Community, and Health Impacts of Resource Development: Challenges across Scales, Sectors, and Sites

Margot Parkes, Sandra Allison, Henry Harder, Dawn Hoogeveen, Diana Kutzner, Melissa Aalhus, Evan Adams, Lindsay Beck, Ben Brisbois, Chris Buse, Annika Chiasson, Donald Cole (+20 others)
2019 Challenges  
With a clear emphasis on rural, remote, and Indigenous communities, environments, and health, the ECHO Network is designed to answer the question: How can an Environment, Community, Health Observatory  ...  The Network is informed by four regional cases across Canada where we employ a framework and an approach grounded in observation, "taking notice for action", and collective learning.  ...  And how does this differ across regional cases and for the Network as a whole?  ... 
doi:10.3390/challe10010022 fatcat:4d6ypwctrnc6jc56bjuznq52ri
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