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2021 IEEE transactions on circuits and systems for video technology (Print)  
Zhang 2231 Club Ideas and Exertions: Aggregating Local Predictions for Action Recognition ......................................... .....................................................................  ...  Yang 2465 Food and Ingredient Joint Learning for Fine-Grained Recognition ...... C. Liu, Y. Liang, Y. Xue, X. Qian, and J.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tcsvt.2021.3080805 fatcat:bmy7voimtzdjbn5qpk4o2xoseu

Socio-ecological dynamics and challenges to the governance of Neglected Tropical Disease control

Edwin Michael, Shirin Madon
2017 Infectious Diseases of Poverty  
However, the governance of these control programmes is driven by a managerial rationality that assumes predictability of proposed interventions, and which thus primarily seeks to improve the cost-effectiveness  ...  social science perspectives that view the accumulation of scientific knowledge as contingent on historical interests and norms, if more effective control approaches sufficiently sensitive to local disease  ...  Availability of data and materials Please contact author for data requests  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40249-016-0235-5 pmid:28166826 pmcid:PMC5292817 fatcat:2ypwqmlgire63mtrghhlpzgs4y

The position of place in governing global problems: A mechanistic account of place-as-context, and analysis of transitions towards spatially explicit approaches to climate science and policy

Brian H. MacGillivray
2015 Environmental Science and Policy  
A prominent workaround for this was to focus on aggregate impact analyses 25 (ibid.).  ...  However, this sits 38 alongside an awareness that there is often a significant amount of knowledge of local conditions 39 required to predict the implications of general laws.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2015.05.015 fatcat:jroavyfkp5cyrftxpjfdtrgiha

McDonald's at the Gym? A Tale of Two Curves®

Laura L. O'Toole
2008 Qualitative Sociology  
I argue that despite the corporate mandate for rapid and rationalized (McDonaldized) fitness, local Curves® organizational cultures and client preferences may constitute internal resistance to the McDonaldization  ...  Curves® International markets rationalized fitness programs for women.  ...  Acknowledgements I would like to thank Javier Auyero and three anonymous reviewers for their immensely helpful comments on an earlier iteration of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11133-008-9120-2 fatcat:357hfx3q6zhjvcbiiibbno6vpu

Imminent dystopia? Media coverage of algorithmic surveillance at Berlin-Südkreuz

Anna Verena Eireiner
2020 Internet Policy Review  
The test run at one of Berlin's main arteries was a catalyst for media attention, spurring heated discourse on the efficiency and legitimacy of surveillance technology.  ...  Facial-recognition software continues to create heated controversy, as illustrated by a year-long pilot run at the Berlin-Südkreuz train station.  ...  There are software applications, motion analysis, and facial recognition, object tracking, options for classifications and predictions.  ... 
doi:10.14763/2020.1.1459 fatcat:6awfvk5zxveapojfgysrjw6oby

Golfing Alone? Corporations, Elites, and Nonprofit Growth in 100 American Communities

Christopher Marquis, Gerald F. Davis, Mary Ann Glynn
2013 Organization science (Providence, R.I.)  
potent for the growth of elite-oriented nonprofits-but not social welfare nonprofitswhen local networks and cultural norms support elite mobilization.  ...  We conclude that despite globalizing trends, the local geographic community continues to be an important unit of analysis for unpacking multisector organizational processes among corporations and nonprofits  ...  They also thank Debbie Strumski and Sarah Woolverton for research assistance, the Harvard Business School Division of Research for funding to collect these data, and the Boston College Winston Center for  ... 
doi:10.1287/orsc.1110.0717 fatcat:32f3kux3ibgx7eip5nbeluetwi

The Utility of Social Capital in Research on Health Determinants

James Macinko, Barbara Starfield
2001 Milbank Quarterly  
development literatures; (3) to discuss its appearance and use in the health inequalities literature; and (4) to suggest further directions for the refinement of the concept for use in explaining health  ...  T his article is the result of a systematic search of the literature from several social science and public health databases, and includes articles, books, and commentary primarily from the 1980s to the  ...  , soccer clubs, and other groups among their citizenry.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1468-0009.00213 pmid:11565162 pmcid:PMC2751199 fatcat:4f7spcyrajghxcnesp6zwxa4ky

The Architecture of Discipline—The Perth Drill Hall

John Stephens
2003 Fabrications  
or group whose actions could be predicted.  ...  in their actions, but their actions -although not unthinking -became predictable.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10331867.2003.10525176 fatcat:jjrzydzgx5hbzbe6gd5yds76xu

SOCIAL IDENTITY AND REDISTRIBUTIVE PREFERENCES: A SURVEY

Joan Costa-Font, Frank Cowell
2014 Journal of economic surveys (Print)  
We examine how economic theory measures social identity and its effects on preferences towards redistribution, social solidarity and redistributive institutions.  ...  It is important in explaining attitudes towards redistribution and pro-social behaviour.  ...  In addition to national identity clubs, class identification is found to predict voting behaviour (Evans, 2000) .  ... 
doi:10.1111/joes.12061 fatcat:ts5ntgef3jfmhfg6hlkppllhfe

On the Complexity of "Ideas in America": Origins and Achievements of the Classical Age of Pragmatism

Edward A. Purcell
2002 Law and Social Inquiry  
philosophy-from the local and personal to the national and public.  ...  Its communitarianism was the communitarianism of the Christian communion, not the communitarianism of Brook Farm" (p. 250). local, and private "Metaphysical Club" that had nourished Holmes, James, and  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1747-4469.2002.tb00989.x fatcat:f5h4xur6nzbnnot6use7c2bsiy

Self-Blinded Oracles in DC's Future Market for Security

Ariel Colonomos
2015 European Review of International Studies  
s marketplace of ideas and in think tanks, as knowledge producers, experts appear as 'self-blinded' and produce 'self-blinding prophecies'.  ...  On the other, the 'future' has integrative functions: it serves as a communication tool for experts that gather around shared horizons of expectation and create a collective web of meaning.  ...  Indeed, think tanks are ranked and strive for social recognition and celebrity. They therefore need to build a strong public image, diffuse and share their ideas.  ... 
doi:10.3224/eris.v2i1.19353 fatcat:kdkxrzm2evggxpatdvbuaw5inq

Challenger Groups, Commercial Organizations, and Policy Enactment: Local Lesbian/Gay Rights Ordinances in the United States from 1972 to 2008

Giacomo Negro, Fabrizio Perretti, Glenn R. Carroll
2013 American Journal of Sociology  
cognitive frameworks for action ðEdelman and Suchman 1997Þ.  ...  Organizational forms-described superficially by social categories such as "charter school," "night club," "trade union," or "dry cleaner"-offer concrete models for arranging social action and equip social  ... 
doi:10.1086/673970 fatcat:al7s37336zgorl3wvhk2gwzzyu

Inter-Racial Relations

Francis Younghusband
1910 Sociological Review  
As early as 1910 he wrote a book entitled The Wider Use 0} School Plant and this was followed by Neighbourhood and Community Planning in 1929, and Housing for the Machine Age in 1939.  ...  At the time no one influence seemed to be paramount It was rather the happy confluence of many ideas from related fields. One problem was the size and density of the residential areas.  ...  Quite by chance these figures coincided with the numbers enviisaged for the new junior and secondary schools under the 1944 Education Act, and they received additional recognition when they were quoted  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-954x.1910.tb02092.x fatcat:2vm72x4pb5ebhanf3fzlwaivui

Policy modes, firms and the natural environment

Aseem Prakash, Kelly Kollman
2004 Business Strategy and the Environment  
Another variant of a collective action dilemma occurs when an individual believes that his/her action alone will not impact the aggregate outcome, but is not in a position to persuade others to act in  ...  For example, Project XL requires participating firms to establish partnerships with local stakeholders and state agencies.  ... 
doi:10.1002/bse.394 fatcat:5rnrbolwlfeoblrscf6rxiijaa

Doing the right thing without being told: Joint effects of initiative climate and general self-efficacy on employee proactive customer service performance

Steffen Raub, Hui Liao
2012 Journal of Applied Psychology  
measurement equivalence and suggested that, after controlling for service climate, initiative climate at the establishment level and general self-efficacy at the individual level predicted employee proactive  ...  service satisfaction through the mediation of aggregated proactive customer service performance.  ...  their own ideas for better customer service.  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0026736 pmid:22229692 fatcat:fc6rqk2rvzgsdc6lpq7scsqoti
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