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Criticaled: A Tool For Assisting With The Creation Of Critical Commentaries

Caspar Mølholt Kjellberg, David Meredith
2014 Proceedings of the SMC Conferences  
The project Lrn2Cre8 acknowledges the financial support of the Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) programme within the Seventh Framework Programme for Research of the European Commission, under FET  ...  Acknowledgements David Meredith is partially funded by the EU FET STREP collaborative project grant, "Learning to Create" (Lrn2Cre8).  ...  SYSTEM DESIGN AND DESIGN PARADIGM As our primary purpose is to produce a tool that can be used at DCM, our proposed solution to the problem of creating and maintaining critical commentaries is a 3part  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.850639 fatcat:zppt7lf6yvf7hicjnuhhhyopsu

Folk criticism and the Art of critical Folklore Studies

Gencarella
2011 Journal of American Folklore  
This article continues a call for the development of a critical folklore studies as a mode of activist research to redress human suffering and domination.  ...  The aim of this essay is to offer an alternative diagnosis. recently, i (2009) presented a case for the development of a critical folklore studies, drawing upon roger Abrahams, kenneth burke, Antonio Gramsci  ...  to, or at least willing to consider, the advancement of equity. in this way, the distinction between comic criticism and Gramscian critique may lie in the usage of different tools for different purposes  ... 
doi:10.5406/jamerfolk.124.494.0251 fatcat:gatxl73trfdchojdyh4dw72nx4

Regional Innovation Clusters: A Critical Review

JUNBO YU, RANDALL JACKSON
2011 Growth and Change  
In this paper, we present a critical assessment of recent economic development policy directions centered on the concept of regional innovation clusters.  ...  a centerpiece for economic development strategies.g row_546 111..124 Junbo Yu is an Associate Professor at the  ...  By acknowledging the fact that there has been a lack of practitioneraccessible tools with which to inform policy makers in planning and implementing development strategies, the regional innovation cluster  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-2257.2011.00546.x fatcat:avly3dulkncffpfdmpdgz7vkny

HOSPITAbLe – critical design and the domestication of healthcare

RTD Conference, Paul Chamberlain, Claire Craig
2017 Figshare  
The research draws on the value of 'thinking with things' as a method and central to this is the notion of exhibition as a research tool that becomes a meeting space that enables this to happen.  ...  From a critical design position we propose artefacts through structured engagement with individuals and communities might help develop insights and inform responses to the complex challenges facing current  ...  The paper refers to a project  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.4746952 fatcat:uxumvcxqlrcgzbf2cw6xvsmguq

Science, technology, security: Towards critical collaboration

Sam Weiss Evans, Matthias Leese, Dagmar Rychnovská
2020 Social Studies of Science  
Science and technology play a central role in the contemporary governance of security, both as tools for the production of security and as objects of security concern.  ...  Scholars are increasingly seeking to not only critically reflect on the interplays between science, technology and security, but also engage with the practices of security communities that shape and are  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the editor, two anonymous reviewers and the participants of the EWIS 2019 workshop 'Global reconfigurations of science, technology, and security' for their  ... 
doi:10.1177/0306312720953515 pmid:32907509 pmcid:PMC8010893 fatcat:nksxizjpqrgjvp3u3f56thehse

Critical data studies: An introduction

Andrew Iliadis, Federica Russo
2016 Big Data & Society  
Assemblages is a concept that helps capture the multitude of ways that already-composed data structures inflect and interact with society, its organization and functioning, and the resulting impact on  ...  Critical Data Studies (CDS) explore the unique cultural, ethical, and critical challenges posed by Big Data.  ...  These articles and commentaries deal with a variety of themes and issues related to Big Data science, ranging from food and health to policing and the environment.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2053951716674238 fatcat:kgv7rqty7zdtxbzi53qkwynudq

The Third Way: Philology and Critical Edition in the Digital Age [chapter]

Tara L. Andrews
2013 The Journal of the European Society for Textual Scholarship  
It became clear during the meeting that he already had a project in mind: I would produce a critical edition of the Armenianlanguage Chronicle of Matthew of Edessa, and it would be a digital critical edition  ...  And if, as recently as that, a lone doctoral student had to work out for herself what a digital critical edition should be, does it not go some way toward explaining why there are so few of them about?  ...  Computer-assisted creation of a critical text is a relatively straightforward task, and can be done with a tool that is much simpler in conception than (for example) an automatic collator, but to my knowledge  ... 
doi:10.1163/9789401209021_006 fatcat:22z3zpeb3jaodpl6y42ompzm5e

Soap Operas and Artistic Legitimation: The Role of Critical Commentary

C. Lee Harrington, Melissa Scardaville, Stephen Lippmann, Denise D. Bielby
2015 Communication, Culture & Critique  
Acknowledgments We thank our research assistants: Jennifer Benge, Spencier Ciaralli, Dolores Dodson, Rebecca Haney, Justin Liggett, Matthew Luedtke, Christina Palmer, Amberlee Porter, Jenna Tenenbaum,  ...  a thesis about the creation and maintenance of a legitimating ideology for daytime soap operas.  ...  Much as scholars develop a common language and set of tools to interpret textual data, so do professional critics share the same evaluative criteria and adopt their own set of tools.  ... 
doi:10.1111/cccr.12102 fatcat:ss5hdn2xqrbmdob2qyiwq67v3m

Creation and Evaluation of an Anesthesiology and Critical Care Podcast

Jed Wolpaw, Serkan Toy
2018 The journal of education in perioperative medicine : JEPM  
The cross-sectional survey of listeners included 18 items and was open for 2 months between April and June, 2017. A total of 279 listeners of this podcast responded with a 43% response rate.  ...  The popularity of the podcast indicates a clear need for this type of educational modality in anesthesiology.  ...  indicates Anesthesia and Critical Care Reviews and Commentary. a No statistical significance in any of the differences at 0.05 level. b The survey did not require participants to provide a response for  ... 
pmid:29928667 pmcid:PMC5991777 fatcat:el7l3zlgafbn7oql4ltm5svgiu

Writing/Reading: Renegotiating criticism

Marcelle Freiman
2005 Text: Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs  
Eliot went so far as to use this observation to insist, as he endeavours to establish the place of the creative writer as a critic in the essay 'The Function of Criticism', that 'creative artists make  ...  In an earlier essay published in TEXT I have argued that the function of criticism in creative writing is what connects it to the teaching of literature because 'criticism is an acknowledged part of the  ...  tools of the critic' .  ... 
doi:10.52086/001c.31885 fatcat:igl72bz6ynbztasuwffcrf623i

Recent Developments in New Testament Textual Criticism

H. A. G. Houghton
2011 Early Christianity  
Finally, the same technology affords the potential for scholarly collaboration in a way that was hardly imaginable a few decades ago.  ...  to manuscripts thousands of miles apart and enables them to become familiar with a far wider range of witnesses than previously possible.  ...  ) developed by Gerd Mink is a major advance in the reconstruction of the initial text. 45 This tool assists textual critics in assessing the origin of different readings within a highly contaminated  ... 
doi:10.1628/186870311795777463 fatcat:oxlpyepf2bh7rliofqqphpralm

A critical second look at integrated knowledge translation

Anita Kothari, C. Nadine Wathen
2013 Health Policy  
The purpose of this commentary is to assist potential "knowledge users", particularly those working in policy or service settings, by highlighting some of the more nuanced benefits of the IKT model, as  ...  As well, the IKT approach provides space for the re-balancing of what is considered "expertise".  ...  AK is supported through a Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR) New Investigator Award in Knowledge Translation. CNW was supported by a CIHR New Investigator Award in Women's Health.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.healthpol.2012.11.004 pmid:23228520 fatcat:3owwhqov55hvbny3oanp27kb6e

The Relevance of Feenberg's Critical Theory of Technology to Critical Visual Literacy: The Case of Scientific and Technical Illustrations

Kathryn M. Northcut
2007 Journal of Technical Writing and Communication  
issues that involve our discipline, but also specifically toward the development of a critical theory of illustrations.  ...  If a critical theory of illustrations can be built from Feenberg's critical theory of technology, it should be useful for classroom instructors and researchers as well as theorists.  ...  Using scientific illustrations as a case in point, or a subset of visual communication, the tools for a critical approach can be recommended.  ... 
doi:10.2190/tw.37.3.b fatcat:ybj67sssm5cbdo3bg7m7mfalmy

A CRITICAL REVIEW: DIGITAL MEDIA EVOLUTION, OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

NIK ZULKARNAEN Khidzir, Ahamad Tarmizi Azizan, Khairul Azhar Mat Daud, Ahmad Rasdan Ismail
2014 International Journal of Creative Future and Heritage (TENIAT)  
media technology asa tool for their needs and be prepared for some possible challenges.  ...  The development of digital media creates several opportunities to the contentcreator in terms of their creativity, freedom and flexibility to interact with digital media.  ...  The latest technology of digital media with the high complexity and intelligent digital media available today, the technology will serve as a backbone for the creation of new media platform for digital  ... 
doi:10.47252/teniat.v2i1.229 fatcat:xl2y2ycfvfccro222mxgttmnti

Mainstreaming Video Annotation Software for Critical Video Analysis

Matthew Martin, James Charlton, Andrew Miles Connor
2015 Journal of Technologies and Human Usability  
With software design programs available for rapid application creation, this paper also highlights the absence of a development community.  ...  This is supported by an in-depth consideration of the motivation for undertaking video annotation and a critical analysis of currently available tools.  ...  He engages a range of physical, digital and performative approaches to explore the nature of the artefact and the assumptions of the audience.  ... 
doi:10.18848/2381-9227/cgp/v11i03/56430 fatcat:ryfh7sb2kzd2rb474jnt24vzlu
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