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Page 535 of Communication Abstracts Vol. 26, Issue 4 [page]

2003 Communication Abstracts  
., and Murray, A. T. A geographic perspective on com- mercial Internet survivability. Telematics and Informatics 20(3):51-69, February 2003 GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS.  ...  This article explores the network topology of the commercial Internet, with a focus on network survivability. Geographic Information Systems- based approaches are used to simulate both impacts.  ... 

Geographic proximity, supply chain and organizational glocalized survival: China's e-commerce investments in Indonesia

Jinsheng (Jason) Zhu, Weidian Lan, Xianchun Zhang, László Vasa
2021 PLoS ONE  
construct an evaluation model and proposes a strategic orientation to reaching an embedded survival and further development.  ...  Adopting case study and public policy approaches, this article applies the symbiosis theory, based on the fundamentals of the development data of Chinese e-commerce companies in the Indonesia market, to  ...  PLOS ONE Geographic proximity, supply chain and organizational glocalized survival development opportunities in Indonesia.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0256837 pmid:34570772 pmcid:PMC8476006 fatcat:yhauhn27yzfvpc4phobp2fihoi

Study on the Management Pattern of Wenzhou Family Enterprises under Traditional Chinese Thoughts and Ideas

Chunxiao Li, Jiahui Yao
2017 Journal of Business Administration Research  
during the Internet era.  ...  This paper studies the management model of typical Chinese family from the perspective of Chinese thought history, and defines the ideological and industrial advantages of its special management mode.  ...  , thus a stable human resources system has been formed by centering on the kinship, geographical relationship and genetic relationship.  ... 
doi:10.5430/jbar.v6n2p46 fatcat:l3a2zcvccvf4vdac7gmvnqe7pa

Vital Nodes, Interconnected Infrastructures, and the Geographies of Network Survivability

Tony H. Grubesic, Alan T. Murray
2006 Annals of the Association of American Geographers  
Recent events, including the 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center, the blackout of 14 August 2003, and the Galaxy IV satellite failure in 1998, have reinforced the need for a more thorough understanding  ...  In particular, we evaluate the potential impacts of losing critical infrastructure elements that are geographically linked.  ...  However, it differs in several ways from other simulation studies evaluating network survivability from a geographic perspective.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-8306.2006.00499.x fatcat:vlttzxozxjdrlcxvro7q7g3jyu

Factors affecting online community commitment in China: a conceptual framework

Yuan Zhou, Muslim Amin
2014 Journal of Technology Management in China  
In recent years, the social media has captured a major part of people's daily communication and internet users actively participate in the online community activities; therefore, understanding the factors  ...  Research limitations/implications -This study proposes a conceptual framework of the antecedents of individual's online community commitment in the context of China on the basis of the previous research  ...  This study intends to classify online communities from the economic perspective which categorizes online communities into commercial communities and non-commercial communities since this classification  ... 
doi:10.1108/jtmc-08-2013-0033 fatcat:ard4betygzhyrdwolwlzea7vi4

Ecosandals.Com: The Digital Transformation of a Social Enterprise

2018 Muma Case Review  
WAP struggled to survive as a "bricks-and-mortar" social enterprise in the first six years of operation.  ...  revenue using the internet platform.  ...  The operations of the enterprise needed to meet standards of corporate governance as well as the regulatory and legal requirements of a commercial enterprise operating from two geographic areas.  ... 
doi:10.28945/4220 fatcat:qhw5j7lk7zgonoimt7htra2vaq

Sexual Information Seeking on Web Search Engines

Amanda Spink, Andrew Koricich, B.J. Jansen, Charles Cole
2004 CyberPsychology & Behavior  
Seeking sexually related information on the Internet takes many forms and channels, including chat rooms discussions, accessing Websites or searching Web search engines for sexual materials.  ...  The pathological perspective focuses on Internet sexuality as deviant, addictive, or criminal behavior.  ...  search engine, and from one geographical region to another.  ... 
doi:10.1089/109493104322820138 pmid:15006171 fatcat:2qx66zd4drc33mc7nerfehc3x4

THE CONVERGENCE OF INTERNET AND RADIO IN TURKEY IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF DISTRIBUTION AND AUDIENCE
YAYIN BİÇİMİ VE DİNLEYİCİ PERSPEKTİFİNDEN TÜRKİYE'DE İNTERNET İLE RADYONUN YAKINSAMASI

MİHALİS KUYUCU
2014 The Turkish Online Journal of Design Art and Communication  
In this paper, there has been done a research on the change of radio with the emergence that has with new media, it has underlined that radio has found the possibility to improve its power with that emergence  ...  This new form of listening radio has changed the interaction of the audience and radio station from one to two communication and this has caused radio stations to have better feedbacks and a two way communication  ...  Radio stations even engaged in a competition with each other while struggling to survive in social media.  ... 
doi:10.7456/10403100/004 fatcat:uev6ph5umnfydnt7skhfdjyr6q

The Internet and the Rise of the New Network Cities, 1969–1999

Anthony M Townsend
2001 Environment and Planning, B: Planning and Design  
In this section, I contrast these two perspectives and propose a new framework to address their shortcomings.  ...  Two perspectives dominate the discussion on how recent advances in information and communications technologies will affect urban development.  ...  The geography of the early Internet was quite decentralized, as if to further ensure survivability in a nuclear strike.  ... 
doi:10.1068/b2688 fatcat:xagvwacckvc23ofrdif6nslusi

Commercialization of the Internet: The Interaction of Public Policy and Private Choices or Why Introducing the Market Worked so Well

Shane Greenstein
2000 Innovation Policy and the Economy  
Abstract Why did commercialization of the Internet go so well? This paper examines events in the Internet access market as a window on this broad question. The study emphasizes four themes.  ...  Entrepreneurs quickly learned that the Internet access business was commercially feasible. Second, Internet access was malleable as a technology and as an economic unit.  ...  Yet, not long after the Netscape IPO the ISP industry began to enter a second phase. Profitability and survival involved more than geographic expansion.  ... 
doi:10.1086/ipe.1.25056144 fatcat:zfjxiagtgnawpmjs2h62355of4

Foreword

Claire Kramsch
2017 Revista Brasileira de Linguística Aplicada  
; the need to reframe individual sociopragmatic failures as social and linguistic asymmetries; the need to warn against geographically marked initiatives such as English as a lingua franca masquerading  ...  perspectives on processes such as language learning and teaching ; the tensions between local and translocal/transhistorical forms of knowledge; the semiotic complexity of multimodal forms of communication  ...  The last two contributors examine critically and from a postmodernist perspective the use of English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) and English for academic purposes.  ... 
doi:10.1590/1984-6398201712262 fatcat:vjevsr6dsndobjjffbw7pmznri

An Overview of Technological Innovation on SME Survival: A Conceptual Paper

Nurulhasanah Abdul Rahman, Zulnaidi Yaacob, Rafisah Mat Radzi
2016 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
Previous reference on survival is still scarce even it is the key benchmark to measure business performance.  ...  In short, the critical discussion provided in this paper would help to strengthen the body of knowledge on SM E studies, besides to act as a reference for research in other countries.  ...  Yet, this is where the geographical expansion leads to a problem ( Pirich, Knuckey & Campbell, 2001; Cu ll et. al., 2006) on how to reach the customers in d istance.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2016.05.427 fatcat:i3cb7tksvnblrc3lip3kmasw2m

The dynamics of global e‐commerce: an organizational ecology perspective

Rajshekhar (Raj) G. Javalgi, Patricia R. Todd, Robert F. Scherer
2005 International Marketing Review  
The next evolution of firms on the internet, which may be the ultimate survivors, should follow the path characterized as low cost producers with a focus on meeting the needs of the consumers on the internet  ...  Purpose -A classical model of organizational ecology dynamics which is utilized to characterize an ecosystem called the internet is proposed and a parallel is drawn between the population ecology model  ...  Amazon.com was one of the first entrants onto the internet and was focused exclusively on becoming a book retailer.  ... 
doi:10.1108/02651330510608442 fatcat:j32xta42nzgppat52q5qru2xya

Understanding why universal service obligations may be unnecessary: The private development of local Internet access markets

Tom Downes, Shane Greenstein
2007 Journal of Urban Economics  
Abstract This study analyzes the geographic spread of commercial Internet Service Providers (ISPs), the leading suppliers of Internet access.  ...  The geographic spread of ISPs is a key consideration in U.S. policy for universal access.  ...  Consequently, from a user's perspective, the market structure for low-cost access was defined over a small geographic region.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jue.2006.10.004 fatcat:qgdm5aft25eu7dyaa3k6tzqk74

Measurement of the Digital Level of Chinese Producer Services and its Development and Evolution Law

Yu Guan, Jinhui Lv, Xingshuai Wang
2022 Frontiers in Business, Economics and Management  
At this stage, leasing and commercial services, scientific research and technical services mainly rely on ICT manufacturing product factor investment to achieve digital development, while the financial  ...  Using the national input-output table data from 2002 to 2017, this paper calculates the digital level of China's producer services from the perspective of the dependence of producer services on ICT industry  ...  promoting the application of cloud computing, Internet of things, geographic information technologies in logistics intelligent management, and strengthen the construction of comprehensive and professional  ... 
doi:10.54097/fbem.v3i2.267 fatcat:uy37ymbt6bh7jcxtzppgu6puvu
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