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Back to the Past

Nam Khanh Tran, Andrea Ceroni, Nattiya Kanhabua, Claudia Niederée
2015 Proceedings of the Eighth ACM International Conference on Web Search and Data Mining - WSDM '15  
The retrieved context information has to be time-aware, concise (not full Wiki pages) and focused on the coherence of the article topic.  ...  Fully understanding an older news article requires context knowledge from the time of article creation.  ...  Acknowledgments The work was partially funded by the European Commission for the FP7 project ForgetIT under grant No. 600826 and the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) for the project  ... 
doi:10.1145/2684822.2685315 dblp:conf/wsdm/TranCKN15 fatcat:os6vzcuairc3deza6d6wbhpayq

When the past comes back to haunt you: The enduring influence of upbringing on the work–family decisions of professional parents

Ioana Lupu, Crawford Spence, Laura Empson
2017 Human Relations  
This relational approach explores how the entrenched and historically formed dispositions of individuals interact dynamically with contextual (i.e. organizational) imperatives.  ...  We go further to emphasise the role of habitushistorically constituted dispositions -in workfamily balance decisions.  ...  would permanently go back to work full time and he would be a full time dad.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0018726717708247 fatcat:nfa6nxx6yjdtjjrh2d3zzfjqce

Encounters with the Unexpected: From Holbein to Hirst (and Back Again)

Robert Watts
2011 International Journal of Art & Design Education  
The Holbeins and the Holman Hunts that I had learned to hurry past en route to the latest Turner Prize show reasserted their roles in the story of British art.  ...  In this context, how prepared are children and young people to engage with the notion that there are multiple interpretations of artworks, that these interpretations are not fixed but change over time?  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1476-8070.2011.01693.x fatcat:luaqg4m5hjbinat4xu4xpyaqo4

An associative theory of estimating past dates and past prices

Simon Kemp
1999 Psychonomic Bulletin & Review  
The theory-a location theory, in W. J. Friedman's (1993) terminology-assumes that time information such as the date of an event is increasingly likely to become unavailable with passing time.  ...  The theory should be able to explain biases in other dimensions besides time.  ...  This follows because time errors produced by the associative search (i.e., when the time information for the particular event has been forgotten) should tend to be too recent, because older events are  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03210811 pmid:12199313 fatcat:3fp3iubrz5g5varak3e5kumdsa

A Quantified Past: Toward Design for Remembering With Personal Informatics

Chris Elsden, David S. Kirk, Abigail C. Durrant
2015 Human-Computer Interaction  
Principally, we propose that design should seek to support people in making account of their data, and guard against the assumption that more, or 'better', data will be able to do this for them.  ...  ABSTRACT This paper questions how people will interact with a 'Quantified Past' -the growing historical record generated by the increasing use of sensor-based technologies and in particular, personal informatics  ...  These cherishable 'data-things' (Nissen & Bowers, 2015) would seek to be frequently re-engaged and re-interpreted -offering a different rhythm of reflection.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07370024.2015.1093422 fatcat:m3alqmmepngzvg66gyogx3ftxm

Displacing the Past. Mediated Nostalgia and Recorded Sound

Elodie Roy
2014 Volume! - La revue des musiques populaires  
Instead of contextualizing and monumentalizing sounds in time, samples permit their manipulation in space, by transferring them from one medium to another.  ...  On the other, it also implicitly creates an awareness by staging the technological differences between the past and the present (for vinyl records have ceased to be the most common way of playing music  ... 
doi:10.4000/volume.4238 fatcat:ipk33llcqne43ppjjl27nttmxu

Back to the future: Renaissance and South African domestic policy

Howard Barrell
2000 African Security Review  
We are simultaneously cautious about entrusting the concept with superior value and aware of the contextual differences in interpreting and acting out (the practice of) ubuntu.  ...  At the same time this denial is a covert adherence to the linear interpretation of history.  ...  The first edition appeared almost thirty years ago in 1971 and was authored by Alan R Ball. Another four editions, by Alan R Ball appeared at regular intervals of five to six years.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10246029.2000.9627922 fatcat:w4nx3pokwjepdkh6yykwsmyj24

Getting back to the rough ground: deception and 'social living'

V. Reddy
2007 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences  
It is argued that the development of deception must be a fundamentally social and communicative process and that if we are to understand why deception emerges at all, the scientist needs to get 'back to  ...  This functional analysis shows the onset of non-verbal deceptive acts to be surprisingly early.  ...  As in the study of the emergence of deceiving, the emergence of the awareness of attention too has been bedevilled by attempts to pin it down to a point in time where the other's representation of the  ... 
doi:10.1098/rstb.2006.1999 pmid:17309868 pmcid:PMC2346521 fatcat:l23f43fj7naifhq7ewdwd2hesi

From participatory sense-making to language: there and back again

Elena Clare Cuffari, Ezequiel Di Paolo, Hanne De Jaegher
2014 Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences  
Our primary goal is to contribute a positive story developed from the enactive account of social cognition, participatory sense-making.  ...  Linguistic sense-makers are those who negotiate interactive and internalized ways of metaregulating the moment-to-moment activities of living and cognizing.  ...  This work is supported by the Marie-Curie Initial Training Network, "TESIS: Towards an Embodied Science of InterSubjectivity" (FP7-PEOPLE-2010-ITN, 264828).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11097-014-9404-9 fatcat:np2x7rduqratnbaaz2foycqem4

Back to the Future of Regulating Abortion in the First Term

Tracy A. Thomas
2011 Social Science Research Network  
interpretation of the statutory language.  ...  voice and presumptuous argument failed to appreciate the lack of support for her position among the justices and the tenuousness of the past abortion jurisprudence. 303 Counsel for the Ohio Attorney  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1922842 fatcat:imibh4ngq5c55kv7ntpqaanaqa

Researching Stonehenge: Theories Past and Present

2013 Archaeology International  
aware that certain aspects of Stonehenge's sequence and attributes could not be fully explained by the theory as it stood.  ...  holistic or contextual.  ... 
doi:10.5334/ai.1601 fatcat:rguocccghracfpcap4rdcthfwy

Hungarian psychology in context. Reclaiming the past

Ágnes Szokolszky
2016 Hungarian Studies  
Reconstructing the history of Hungarian psychology is, at the same time, reclaiming the past, since continuity with, and remembrance of the past was once forcefully obstructed by the communist regime,  ...  , who invited me to give a talk on the history of Hungarian Psychology at the University of Florida in January 2014 -this talk forms the core of this paper.  ...  Coming back from forgetfulness To reconstruct a deliberately forgotten past takes time, especially as oblivion was not only a national, but also an international phenomenon.  ... 
doi:10.1556/044.2016.30.1.2 fatcat:fs36biuzyfg35fipmvktsw5zgm

Practising ethics: from general antropology to the antropology of childhood and back again

Élodie Razy
2019 AnthropoChildren (Liège)  
It aims to shed light on how the anthropology of childhood and children can contribute to ethical discussions.  ...  On the contrary, an analysis of epistemological issues grounded in the anthropology of childhood and children allows us to revisit a set of questions about ethics in generalanthropology.  ...  the interpretation and analysis of that knowledge".  ... 
doi:10.25518/2034-8517.3113 fatcat:j2buvepoh5ashdswbbr3n2ypmq

Tourism as reflexive reconstructions of colonial past

Hyung yu Park
2016 Annals of Tourism Research  
Individual narratives contribute to challenging the distinction between the official and the unofficial and the ideological and the emotional, thereby highlighting the ambivalent nature of colonial heritage  ...  This paper recognises the liminal and transformative force of tourism as a drive for oppositional and alternative readings of a shameful past.  ...  The visit was always the highlight of the trip to Seoul. I was not really aware of the whole story… It was quite shocking when I learnt what had really happened.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.annals.2016.03.001 fatcat:7vwhwzgbmnhm5nabwl2qotegau

Fort Jesus: Guiding the Past and Contesting the Present in Kenya

João Sarmento
2010 Tourism Geographies  
At the same time, despite some of the guides revealing to be skilful cultural mediators, the vast majority construct their mediation upon a predominantly colonial knowledge of the Fort.  ...  This paper focuses on the interpretation of Fort Jesus, Kenya, a late sixteenth century Portuguese-built fort, and attempts to discuss its significance in the region and in the country, and its role within  ...  This research was supported by the Portuguese Science and Technology Foundation (Scholarship SFRH/BSAB/731/2007).  ... 
doi:10.1080/14616681003725185 fatcat:vulzqe7rkvchzmpal5itc6iseu
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