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Social Capital, Innovation, and Local Resilience

Heide Imai, Yao Ji
2021 Asian Studies  
By adopting a mixed methods approach drawing especially on in-depth interviews conducted with a range of independent business owners, the study reveals the dynamics between long-term residents and newcomers  ...  This paper is based on research that centres on the city of Tokyo, a mature city that is experiencing various transformations, in order to show how social capital and innovation can help build up resilient  ...  , for their valuable assistance with the translation and transcription of interviews.  ... 
doi:10.4312/as.2021.9.1.283-313 fatcat:ijjr3csngvbb5nzubi2vhf6gxu

Reaching out and working with HC communities: Hands-on Guide

Merel Van Der Vaart, Xenophon Zabulis, Nikolaos Partarakis, Anne Laure Carre, Maria Fasoula
2020 Zenodo  
of WP7 activities and reporting; Innovation, social and scientific impact of Mingei.  ...  This is a cyclical process of developing a question, investigating, reflecting on the outcomes and improving the product or process.  ...  The possibility of digitising craft exhibits: ཞ Social impact as it contributes to the preservation of a society's craft heritage and to social cohesion.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6573096 fatcat:eetz66jeq5fm7iw5bunrjnjh4e

Research Adventures in Web 2.0: Encouraging Collaborative Local Content Creation through Edgex

Axel Bruns, Sal Humphreys
2010 Media International Australia: Incorporating Culture & Policy  
Set against the backdrop of a rapidly changing technological environment that has problematic implications for research projects aiming to build new online platforms, we present several case studies from  ...  uploads and social networking.  ...  It is possible that the perception that new online social media spread virally, and that uptake is driven through mechanisms of social networking, applies mainly to those who are already technologically  ... 
doi:10.1177/1329878x1013600108 fatcat:ynlfubhpczeyzafxqaluvg6ifa

The allure of luxury brands' social media activities: a uses and gratifications perspective

Navdeep Athwal, Doga Istanbulluoglu, Sophie Elizabeth McCormack
2018 Information Technology and People  
First stage: online observations To understand how luxury brands use social media, online observations of the social media accounts of five luxury fashion brands were conducted.  ...  See Table 1 for a summary of how UGT has been applied across social media platforms.  ... 
doi:10.1108/itp-01-2018-0017 fatcat:5tqd5vpfq5fwnm3ka2mhgvwoty

Listening without ears: Artificial intelligence in audio mastering

Thomas Birtchnell
2018 Big Data & Society  
The role of the audio mastering engineer is prestigious and akin to a craft expert combining scientific knowledge, musical learning, manual precision and skill, and an awareness of cultural fashions and  ...  The role of the audio mastering engineer is prestigious and akin to a craft expert combining scientific knowledge, musical learning, manual precision and skill, and an awareness of cultural fashions and  ...  There are limitations in this study flagging opportunities for future research.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2053951718808553 fatcat:mcnvnlwksjbyvbyumq4vb6tiei

AGAINST CREATIVITY: LOOSELY STRUCTURED THOUGHTS ON A LOOSELY DEFINED TOPICPROTI USTVARJALNOSTI. OHLAPNO STRUKTURIRANE MISLI O OHLAPNO DEFINIRANI TEMI

Blaž Bajič
2017 Traditiones  
In previous works I focused on the role of fairs in the production of the media and social image of Ljubljana and its "lively atmosphere."  ...  working in relevant sectors, ranging from art and media to museums and (certain) institutions of higher education, to adopt to the jargon presented (see Vogrinc 2013) .  ... 
doi:10.3986/traditio2017460205 fatcat:ih2zlswfyvcejgeckfih7ch7t4

Educating for Enterprise [chapter]

Susan Luckman, Jane Andrew
2020 Pathways into Creative Working Lives  
the educational experiences of the contemporary craftspeople and designer makers who participated in this study.  ...  The second half of this chapter reports on the research participants' educational experiences and sense of how well prepared they were upon graduating to establish and sustain a viable creative enterprise  ...  the educational experiences of the contemporary craftspeople and designer makers who participated in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-44979-7_3 fatcat:k6exf6jcfzbzdcwgpgsklwxkea

Affective Reflections

Bethany Anderson
2019 The American Archivist  
Examining Black Lives Matter and archivist activism, Coleman makes a case for preserving social media and the study of social media databases as archives.  ...  media and technology and how they intersect and interact with archives and historiography.  ...  The visual focus of this archives very much shapes the design, which also highlights the notion that visual materials are more readily adopted into book form to illuminate and provide intellectual context  ... 
doi:10.17723/0360-9081-preprint.2019.0000 fatcat:3cab6eetbjbrblwqgxh4wdjufm

Contested Codes: The Social Construction of Napster

David Spitz, Starling D. Hunter
2005 The Information Society  
Our analytical approach involves an examination of discourse about Napster in several arenas-legal, economic, social, and cultural-and is informed by a conceptualization of Napster as an ongoing encounter  ...  of the technology that complements rather than substitutes for empirical analyses of it.  ...  This approach is designed to avoid defining "the technology" according to any one of these traits, or implying that "it" followed a preordained trajectory from invention, to adoption, to social impact.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01972240490951890 fatcat:j5cqi5soh5en7lc7tnzk637q2q

Limb Prostheses: Industry 1.0 to 4.0: Perspectives on Technological Advances in Prosthetic Care

Silvia Ursula Raschke
2022 Frontiers in Rehabilitation Sciences  
of craftspeople.  ...  The first was the use of social media tools, allowing amputees to connect directly with engineers and tech developers and become participants in the prosthetic design process.  ...  Nancy Paris, for her support by counting this paper as part of the author's applied research activities as a member of the MAKE+ Applied Research Department and for agreeing to pay the publication fee  ... 
doi:10.3389/fresc.2022.854404 fatcat:oxntdnqydvhtzf6bqcxm5y5eoq

Creatively prototyping the future high street

Gordon Fletcher, Anita Greenhill, Marie Griffiths, Kate Holmes, Rachel McLean
2016 Production planning & control (Print)  
Actively involving these individuals and community representatives in the research process enables deeper understanding of how technology and people can interact productively to create smart cities that  ...  Three themes emerge from this analysis that have operational and strategic relevance to the development of future high streets; the importance of ever present but invisible technology, the forefronting  ...  Some participants compared this relationship with the website Etsy.com, which utilises online space to host a digital craft fair.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09537287.2016.1147094 fatcat:nsvydwnxsnctzmx7y3divxxr3m

Understanding Computer Programming as a Literacy

Annette Vee
2013 Literacy in Composition Studies  
A concept of "computational literacy" helps us to better understand the social, technical and cultural dynamics of programming, but it also enriches our vision of twenty-first century composition.  ...  have followed similar historical trajectories as material technologies and explain how they are intertwined in contemporary composition environments.  ...  A specific design for how this could work is beyond the scope of this article, but web design and programming in composition classes is a good start.  ... 
doi:10.21623/1.1.2.4 fatcat:mv4j277xcrba3k6f37uxakwi7u

Fostering Resilient Business Ecosystems and Economic Growth: Towards the Next Normal [article]

Amol Gawande, Atul Kumar
2022 Zenodo  
The Conference has been a good opportunity for participants from 100s of Institutes from India and abroad.  ...  The inclusion of Keynote speeches in every track presentation has been highly appreciated, even for the speakers' efforts to present the ideas and methods in a lively and accessible way.  ...  Convenient sampling technique was adopted and a sample of 100 was chosen for the study from manufacturing sector.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6773034 fatcat:pshnor5irjadpnjtn2w4jl4qyi

Bricks Plus Bytes: How 'Click-and-Brick' Will Define Legal Education Space

Nicolas P. Terry
2000 Social Science Research Network  
Hits Online Toy and Craft Stores, N.Y.  ...  Noble, The Correspondence Course Goes Online: Comeback of an Education Racket, LE MONDE DIPLOMATIQUE, Apr. 2000 (discussing history of distance education) Study" (Feb. 16, 2000) (studying social consequences  ...  VILLANOVA LAW REVIEW the Internet now delivering a global culture 77 and marketplace and our technology putting real time language translation on our web appliances, 178 how will substantive law and  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.233649 fatcat:7fcxeyonw5gd5ndzrn5yycryge

Nunalleq, Stories from the Village of Our Ancestors: Co-designing a Multi-vocal Educational Resource Based on an Archaeological Excavation

Alice Watterson, Charlotta Hillerdal
2020 Archaeologies: the journal of the World Archaeological Congress  
Ultimately, this article explores co-design as a means to illuminate the processes of interpretation from varied perspectives and worldviews with the aim of better understanding how the methods we use  ...  that curates the story of the archaeological excavations in a way which engages with Yup'ik ways of knowing and traditional oral storytelling.  ...  Programming for the resource interface was completed by John Anderson of the 3DVisLab at the University of Dundee and adopted web-based technologies for interaction and navigation. 4 Several criteria were  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11759-020-09399-3 fatcat:46wmqzdr3zahpco74id3cgsanq
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