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Adaptation and Sustainability in a Small Arctic Community : Results of an Agent-based Simulation Model

M. Berman, C. Nicolson, G. Kofinas, J. Tetlichi, S. Martin
2004 Arctic  
Agent-based computational models (ABMs) contribute to an integrated assessment of community sustainability by simulating how people interact with each other and adapt to changing economic and environmental  ...  Model outcomes assess how scenarios associated with economic and climate change might affect the local economy, resource harvests, and the well-being of residents for the Western Arctic Canadian community  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors acknowledge the support and local knowledge contributions of the people of Old Crow, Yukon Territory, and are grateful for the contributions of community research associates  ... 
doi:10.14430/arctic517 fatcat:5ercqqhkgjhzxpc63maqmrvwdu

Serious Game Relationship Between Socio-Economic and Territorial Condition

Windi E.Y. Retnani, Saiful Bukhori
2021 Mathematical Modelling and Engineering Problems  
The model in this research is agent-based involving three types of agents (firm, worker, and policy), internal variables, and external variables using a dynamic system.  ...  on the development of companies and workers.  ...  Agents interact with each other, imitate, communicate, exchange and can also compete with each other [12, 13] .  ... 
doi:10.18280/mmep.080107 fatcat:2c4ckvsomzgmrj3voxrruc75ra

Technology, Affordances and Occupational Identity Amongst Older Telecommunications Engineers: From Living Machines to Black-Boxes

Robert MacKenzie, Abigail Marks, Kate Morgan
2015 Sociology  
The article contends that workers' relationship with technology can be more nuanced than either the sociology of technology literature or the sociology of work literature accommodates.  ...  This article explores the relationship between technology and occupational identity based on working-life biographical interviews with older telecommunications engineers.  ...  Acknowledgement We should like to thank the research participants for sharing their interesting working-life biographies with us, on several occasions inviting us into their homes to do so.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0038038515616352 pmid:30473589 pmcid:PMC6213386 fatcat:wru4ekgza5eq7fr6uhx25krrgi

Page 42 of Political Studies Vol. 62, Issue 1 [page]

2014 Political Studies  
benefit from their assistance in hunting (see Groves, 1999 Those wolves that happened to be least aggressive and most docile were particularly successful at interacting with humans and gained the greatest  ...  of social cooperation.  ... 

Identifying Competencies for Leisure and Hospitality Curriculum in a Rural Region

Raymond A. Dixon, Emilija Jovanovska
2022 Journal of Curriculum and Teaching  
A groupware process using workers in the leisure and hospitality sector was used to identify duties, tasks, general knowledge, skills, and attitudes for a guest relations agent.  ...  Results show half of the duties referenced essential interaction with customers, such as communicating to support customers and team, providing customer service, providing product/service/organization  ...  Half of the duties referenced this important interaction with customers, such as communicating to support customers and team, providing customer service, providing product/service/organization information  ... 
doi:10.5430/jct.v11n2p90 fatcat:3gdobkq4kzhjtkvxvh6vvnygja

The Graduate Helper: Using a Mobile Application as a Feasible Resource for Job Hunting Across Saudi Arabia

Maram Meccawy, Amani Alalasi, Deemah Alsaud, Maha Almoudi, Mashael Alessa, Muneera Alyami, Nuha Alsheikh
2018 International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies  
The successful implementation of Graduate Helper received an appreciation from graduates, who used it for their job hunts.</p>  ...  However, finding their targeted job is a cumbersome and often tedious task. Moreover, some of those graduates lack certain necessary skills that qualify them for the labor market.  ...  Acknowledgement The authors are very thankful to all the associated personnel in any reference that contributed in/for the purpose of this research.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijim.v12i4.7566 fatcat:wxoxlcscpbbgnh43zyal3ke5je

ICTs for Assessment and Intervention on Cultivation of Empathy

Athanasios Drigas, Chara Papoutsi
2015 International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)  
ICTs with the features that offered are a very important tool for the detection, the development and the cultivation of empathy in children and adults in various fields and in different ways.  ...  Neuropsychological evidence has shown that humans empathize with each other to different degrees depending on factors such as their mood, personality, and social relationships.  ...  The Empathic Companion is conceived as an educational agent that supports job seekers preparing for a job interview [14] .  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijet.v10i5.4731 fatcat:um3z2lbxqzdn5dgzlpx6c6363y

IIB by Wise Jester solving serious latent problems with humor as a serious method

Anna Zaytseva
2021 Zenodo  
Technologies and their assisted memory facilitate interaction across time zones. Transitional thinking and its variants are applied in change processes, where every individual may be a change agent.  ...  No mediators are involved in interaction between professional groups and independent professionals. Imagination is taken seriously for high-risk innovation initiatives.  ...  While motivational speakers call organizations to look for talented gems with flexible minds and to tailor work for them, the reality communicates hunting for rather safe, agreeable specialists fitting  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5503665 fatcat:7sjnipwrybfaholmtuwxvosmiu

The Early Organizational Management Theories: The Human Relations Movement & Business Ethical Practices Pioneered By Visionary Leader Mary Parker Follett

Joseph W. Kennedy, Joseph Heinzman, Bahaudin G. Mujtaba
2011 Journal of Business & Economics Research  
The ethics in creating value for the organization is based on the internal and external perception of value by all stakeholders.  ...  markets and global markets.  ...  A member who is dissatisfied with their leader's interaction may approach a co-worker who has a good relationship with the leader to intervene.  ... 
doi:10.19030/jber.v5i3.2528 fatcat:hpgwqkvmqnha7iyemv3djlph5y

Economic Considerations for the Evolution of Cooperation

John M. Hartwick
2018 Archives of Psychology  
We contend that a tendency toward cooperative behavior in humans was magnifed by humans dealing with one another in trade and in joint activity such as big game hunting.  ...  Relative specialization by task (division of labor) provided a setting for trade to be gainful to all traders. Humans agglomerated to take advantage of specialization and trade.  ...  cousins and developed more consistent and productive social interacting.  ... 
doi:10.31296/aop.v2i6.64 fatcat:hdiz5ln7ebbfjaftrkkuknnkiy

The Making of Freedom and Common Forms of Struggle of Runaways in Taiwan

Jonathan S. Parhusip
2021 The South Atlantic Quarterly  
, migrant communities, illegal agency services, and taxi drivers.  ...  To open space for maneuver within nation-state borders, runaway migrant workers utilize their agency and negotiate state and nonstate structures such as recruitment companies, NGOs and civil society organizations  ...  Article 56 strips migrants' rights as noncitizen members of the nation-state or as guest workers. Instead, they are hunted for being disobedient, opportunists, and betrayers.  ... 
doi:10.1215/00382876-9155366 fatcat:nf5i7dcu2rdczk6jdfdm7qmml4

Environmental Justice for Whom? Class, New Social Movements, and the Environment: A Case Study of Greenpeace Canada, 1971-2000

John-Henry Harter
2004 Labour (Halifax)  
How have the structure, composition, and actions of new social movements contributed to the relations between workers and new social movements?  ...  I chose Greenpeace for two main reasons: it has become a brand name for environmentalism; and it was formed at the beginning of the era of new social movements.  ...  Greenpeace had traded in its alliance with workers for an alliance with senators and movie stars.  ... 
doi:10.2307/25149506 fatcat:qn2w5hp6jrfs7nlgsu3jixhrlu

Economic Strategies, Community, and Food Networks in Ulukhaktok, Northwest Territories, Canada

Peter Collings
2011 Arctic  
This research incorporates a social network approach to document the association between different economic strategies (full-time worker, part-time worker, hunter) and categories of kin.  ...  Wage workers, despite a steady income, are more vulnerable to environmental change as it affects traveling conditions, potential hazards, and hunting success. RÉSUMÉ.  ...  Special thanks go to Jerry Akoakhion, Adam Kudlak, Jack Kataoyak, Morris Nigiyok, and Harold Wright for assistance and guidance during the course of the research.  ... 
doi:10.14430/arctic4100 fatcat:bvzelnnq3fhgvcvelkqlpiqqme

A Preliminary Study of Acculturation Among the Cree Indians of Winisk, Ontario

Elliot Liebow, John Trudeau
1962 Arctic  
., and to Squadron Leader George Moir, R.C.A.F., for arranging our transportation to and from Winisk.  ...  Acknowledgements This report is based on data gathered at Winisk by Elliott and Harriet Liebow and John Trudeau in the summer of 1958.  ...  available in the village, but also importantly in the broadened range and intensity of social interaction and the general excitement of community living.  ... 
doi:10.14430/arctic3573 fatcat:5ug2krw3hng5tekb5wd6ejf234

Competent, Connected and Confident: Female Career Success in Call Centres?

Vivienne Hunt, Erling Rasmussen
1970 Labour Employment and Work in New Zealand  
Management practices can accommodate the different labour market needs of women, and many respondents reported feeling passionate about their jobs.  ...  Most respondents mentioned the development of skills and confidence, rather than deskilling, call centre processes have enabled many respondents to become competent, connected and confident.  ...  The integrated communication technology used in the call centre may reduce the job to a basic level with scripts and systems guiding operators.  ... 
doi:10.26686/lew.v0i0.1635 fatcat:gxiovaztjrbi7ax3bavrxxtkrm
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