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Devotion and Commitment in A Contradictory Conditionsas Seen in The Notebook by Nicholas Spark

Helmita Helmita, Elsa Mayora Putri
2020 Jurnal Ilmiah Langue and Parole  
Until their relationship was opposed by Allie's mother, even so Allie remained devotion to choose Noahh.  ...  for two years even though his letter was never responded by Allie.  ...  Allie has different feelings for Noah, and is confused about having to choose between comfort or choosing Lon who is established and has the same social status as him.  ... 
doi:10.36057/jilp.v3i2.404 fatcat:2kyjuuogc5dpxdykyjo6vxca3e

Feeling distressed from making decisions: Assessors' need to be right

Charlene Y. Chen, Maya Rossignac-Milon, E. Tory Higgins
2018 Journal of Personality and Social Psychology  
A meta-analysis of these results provided support for the robustness of this positive association.  ...  Our research posits that decision-making is particularly distressing for individuals with high assessment tendencies. Assessment involves truth concerns about making the "right" decision.  ...  that choosing a gift for the friend might be more distressing than choosing a gift for oneself.  ... 
doi:10.1037/pspp0000181 pmid:29431459 fatcat:a6meczp2rze6hihqzugdhnlcuu

THE ROAD WARRIOR'S ULTIMATE ARSENAL

Christopher Elliott
2000 Journal of Business Strategy  
But away from the office, at the mercy of foreign phone jacks, odd Internet service providers, and strange power outlets, are the gadgets friend or foe? Friend—but only if you choose the right ones.  ...  Hard-Nosed Software Although most of us could travel sans technology, we usu- ally don’t. We like the security of a laptop computer—par- ticularly one loaded with all the right software.  ... 
doi:10.1108/eb040057 fatcat:zf54w65vojfohmupcam3z6rocy

Selling interrupt rights: A way to control unwanted e-mail and telephone calls [Technical forum]

Scott E. Fahlman
2002 IBM Systems Journal  
Some telephone systems do allow users to block calls from specific callers (usu- ally for a fee), but again it is easy for telemarketers to circumvent this mechanism.  ...  White, Toby Everett, Arthur Ciccolo, and several anonymous referees for input and con- structive criticism that helped shape this contribu- tion.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.414.0759 fatcat:g5gp6duskfb5ld7fmind4rupmu

Twenty-first century branding

Kevin Lane Keller
1997 Journal of Brand Management  
BUILDING BRAND EQUITY The basic pr inciples of choosing brand ele ments, for example, brand names, logos, sy mbols, characters, slogans, etc, to build brand equity should continue to hold in the coming  ...  Consumers will view these brands as 'old friends' and value their dependability and superiority.  ... 
doi:10.1057/bm.1997.17 fatcat:czakwqbyezgcxl32f7eai2esby

Critical pedagogy and language learning in the age of social media?

Christian W. Chun
2018 Revista Brasileira de Linguística Aplicada  
This paper examines the possibilities of critical pedagogy in our era of social media.  ...  For quite some time now, with the increase in digital devices with constant Internet access, many have been engaging in 'digital literacies', with frequent texting, posting, and commenting through various  ...  If our Facebook posts are set to Friends only, then presumably there will be a good portion of those friends who may be empathetic to our posts, or if they are not, they can choose to ignore, un-follow  ... 
doi:10.1590/1984-6398201811978 fatcat:273jjkmabbgotl6wvuemgjmpqa

A Critical Study of the Columbia Mental Maturity Scale

Joseph French, D. A. Worcester
1956 Exceptional children  
himself for friends.  ...  whether that per- son is your friend. 4—if you don’t care for that person as a friend. 5—if you don’t friend at all.  ... 
doi:10.1177/001440295602300305 fatcat:o2r53oogmfgyfn4qwlgiavutn4

Putting political spectacle to work: Understanding local resistance to the Common Core

Michael A. Szolowicz
2016 Education Policy Analysis Archives  
Quickly allying with teachers, the new coalition began to, "hammer," the district to drop the Common Core and return to more traditional texts and pedagogies.  ...  The study analyzes the parent, teacher and administration policy actors' use of political spectacle elements such as symbolic language, construction of problems, casting of enemies and allies and distinctions  ...  These threats were made on friendly stages such as an allied radio talk show where the one Coalition member was introduced by the host as, "Our good friend."  ... 
doi:10.14507/epaa.24.2521 fatcat:ozwaki4u4zf5bjeih3hohdybyy

A collaborative framework for privacy protection in online social networks

Yan Zhu, Zexing Hu, Huaixi Wang, Hongxin Hu, Gail-Joon Ahn
2010 Proceedings of the 6th International ICST Conference on Collaborative Computing: Networking, Applications, Worksharing  
Experimental results show that our construc tion can achieve the identified design goals for OSNs with the acceptable performance.  ...  In this paper, we propose a collaborative framework which enforces access control for OSN through an innovative key management focused on communities.  ...  Addition-ally, storage services in our model support two operations for data storage and retrieval: upload and download, which are re realized by encryption and decryption operations on our GCC scheme.  ... 
doi:10.4108/icst.collaboratecom.2010.52 dblp:conf/colcom/ZhuHWHA10 fatcat:jkklpfv2nrcebhqbmaqqcoxqei

"Face to face" Learning from others in Facebook Groups

Eleanor Sandry
2014 Digital Culture & Education  
Her research is focused on exploring a diverse range of communication theory in developing an ethical and pragmatic recognition of, and respect for, otherness and difference in communication.  ...  perspective in posts designed for their Facebook friends.  ...  Within a closed group people may choose to reveal, through their posts to the group wall, different aspects of their personality from those which they choose to share more generally with their Facebook  ... 
doaj:cd8cf152793740d29d688d2cfad84d40 fatcat:bja2y5qd6jcp7hzk6h5qkwlsja

Why are some STEM fields more gender balanced than others?

Sapna Cheryan, Sianna A. Ziegler, Amanda K. Montoya, Lily Jiang
2017 Psychological bulletin  
We conduct a critical review of the most commonly cited factors explaining gender disparities in STEM participation and investigate whether these factors explain differential gender participation across  ...  Gender differences in interest in computer science, engineering, and physics appear even before college.  ...  Sharpe and Sonnert suggest that critical mass may be achieved around 15%.  ... 
doi:10.1037/bul0000052 pmid:27732018 fatcat:djnfvjudobb3rk3v4ymhcjnhku

You have to follow through: Attaining behavioral change goals predicts volitional personality change

Nathan W. Hudson, Daniel A. Briley, William J. Chopik, Jaime Derringer
2018 Journal of Personality and Social Psychology  
Specifically, we computed the average difficulty of all challenges each participant had accepted for each domain across the entire study duration.  ...  For example, 47% of participants did not choose to work on extraversion, and thus completed zero challenges.  ...  This document is copyrighted by the American Psychological Association or one of its allied publishers.  ... 
doi:10.1037/pspp0000221 pmid:30359069 fatcat:zvze653xzfabbixh2erddzve7a

The Digital Imperative: Making the Case for a 21st-Century Pedagogy

J. Elizabeth Clark
2010 Computers and Composition  
In March of 2009, Kathleen Blake Yancey's NCTE publication "Writing in the 21 st Century" came as little surprise to Computers and Composition readers, who for years have been at the cutting edge of implementing  ...  My readings of Yancey, Balkin, Vaidhyanathan, Lanham, and Gee have enabled me to reconfigure my composition classroom as an emerging space for digital rhetoric.  ...  More importantly, however, the digital presentation of the ePortfolio allowed Ally to gain critical skills in composing online and addressing a public audience.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compcom.2009.12.004 fatcat:7n6eyxwsxbbj3anjijm6tuaasy

Friends, Acquaintances, or Strangers? Partner Selection in R&D Alliances

Dan Li, Lorraine Eden, Michael A. Hitt, R. Duane Ireland
2008 Academy of Management Journal  
Rynes and three anonymous reviewers for their helpful suggestions. FRIENDS, ACQUAINTANCES OR STRANGERS?  ...  We categorize potential alliance partners into three types: Friends, Acquaintances and Strangers, depending on their previous alliance experience.  ...  choose to do so.  ... 
doi:10.5465/amj.2008.31767271 fatcat:siomybmowzhu7i6ke56evh6ify

Choosin' and Cruisin' the Info Superhighway: Using Technology to Teach Research Writing

Nancy S. Tucker
1999 Language Arts Journal of Michigan  
The second project took about two weeks and was a critical description/analysis/evalu ation of websites that students either found person ally useful or found useful for their research.  ...  Alternately, a student could choose to present the work in hypertext (for example, website) format.  ... 
doi:10.9707/2168-149x.1399 fatcat:emrhz2x3g5babkwgztnqpehgcq
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