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Disentangling Topic Models: A Cross-cultural Analysis of Personal Values through Words

Steven Wilson, Rada Mihalcea, Ryan Boyd, James Pennebaker
2016 Proceedings of the First Workshop on NLP and Computational Social Science  
As an example, we explore the concept of personal values, and present a cross-cultural analysis of valuebehavior relationships spanning writers from the United States and India.  ...  We present a methodology based on topic modeling that can be used to identify and quantify sociolinguistic differences between groups of people, and describe a regression method that can disentangle the  ...  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation, the John Templeton  ... 
doi:10.18653/v1/w16-5619 dblp:conf/acl-nlpcss/WilsonMBP16 fatcat:zkofpf5kqfaexbpmu7g66pfiee

Modeling Self-Disclosure in Social Networking Sites

Yi-Chia Wang, Moira Burke, Robert E Kraut
2016 Proceedings of the 19th ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing - CSCW '16  
This observational research develops a machine learning model to measure selfdisclosure in SNSs and uses it to understand the contexts where it is higher or lower.  ...  Features include emotional valence, social distance between the poster and people mentioned in the post, the language similarity between the post and the community and post topic.  ...  This work was supported by the grants from National Science Foundation (IIS-0968485) and National Institute of Mental Health (R21 MH106880-01).  ... 
doi:10.1145/2818048.2820010 dblp:conf/cscw/WangBK16 fatcat:2exas2q44feb3afkdr7bff5kfe

Deep Transfer Learning Beyond: Transformer Language Models in Information Systems Research [article]

Ross Gruetzemacher, David Paradice
2021 arXiv   pre-print
, and to enable new IS research topics, thus creating more value for the research community.  ...  Recent progress in natural language processing involving transformer language models (TLMs) offers a potential avenue for AI-driven business and societal transformation that is beyond the scope of what  ...  For example, if we assign a dimension of a word vector to be associated with weight (in grams), feather might have a value of 0.001, penny might have the value of 2.5 and car might have a value of 1,250,000.0  ... 
arXiv:2110.08975v2 fatcat:bw6rzrz2zvdyrgraxoxdraf4d4

A crossed random effects diffusion model for speeded semantic categorization decisions

Joachim Vandekerckhove, Steven Verheyen, Francis Tuerlinckx
2010 Acta Psychologica  
Our model is based on a diffusion model of choice RT, extended to include crossed random effects (of items and participants).  ...  We apply a tailored process model of choice RT to a speeded semantic categorization task in order to deconfound different sources of variability in RT.  ...  the topic.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.actpsy.2009.10.009 pmid:19962683 fatcat:p3vzq7v6ebhgtaekyziui7xnky

Insights and models from medical anthropology for understanding the healing activity of the Historical Jesus

John J. Pilch
1995 HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies  
It presents select literature, leading experts, fundamental concepts, and insights and models of special value to biblical specialists.  ...  Only a cross-cultural discipline like medical anthropology allows the investigator to interpret texts and events from other cultures with respect for their distinctive cultural contexts in order to draw  ...  The next step is to help others adopt a third culture rooted in expanded cross-cultural understanding.  ... 
doi:10.4102/hts.v51i2.1385 fatcat:gy5z52u6ljax7aubqllouibn3q

How to model an institution

John W. Mohr, Harrison C. White
2008 Theory and society  
One of the most striking developments in recent research on institutions has been the appearance of a spate of new work by scholars who are using relational modeling techniques originally developed for  ...  the study of social networks to disentangle the complex logic of institutional processes.  ...  way to create formal models of institutions by structurally linking the analysis of persons, collectivities, and cultural systems.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11186-008-9066-0 fatcat:gb7uiomwtjc6hnn3cdvart7keq

Analyzing online political discussion using three models of democratic communication

Deen G. Freelon
2010 New Media & Society  
For each model, a set of definitional variables drawn from the broader online forum literature is documented and discussed.  ...  Research examining online political forums has until now been overwhelmingly guided by two broad perspectives: (1) a deliberative conception of democratic communication and (2) a diverse collection of  ...  Further, to the extent that a forum's idiosyncratic 'culture' can be considered a level of analysis (Dahlgren, 2005) , the deductive nature of the three-model approach precludes the serendipitous discovery  ... 
doi:10.1177/1461444809357927 fatcat:qfpojjdhnfajpephtlo53dhx5q

A Relational Scaffolding Model of Hybrid Communication [chapter]

Jens O. Meissner, Harald Tuckermann
2007 Communities and Technologies 2007  
The authors especially thank the interview participants for allowing us access to their work lives and personal perspectives.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to acknowledge the support of the WWZ-Forum (research project number "D-90: Social capital in digital context?").  ...  The analysis results in a list of topics supported by quotations, which can be developed into a map or "landscape" displaying the topics and their relations to each other.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-84628-905-7_24 fatcat:acsmsqlxajgnjhx3uunc742pqa

Topic Modeling with Wasserstein Autoencoders [article]

Feng Nan, Ran Ding, Ramesh Nallapati, Bing Xiang
2019 arXiv   pre-print
To measure the diversity of the produced topics, we propose a simple topic uniqueness metric.  ...  We propose a novel neural topic model in the Wasserstein autoencoders (WAE) framework.  ...  The range of the TU value is between 1/K and 1. A higher TU value means the produced topics are more diverse.  ... 
arXiv:1907.12374v2 fatcat:gorwfy4lgnfejk54ifu3v2jsoa

Topic Modeling with Wasserstein Autoencoders

Feng Nan, Ran Ding, Ramesh Nallapati, Bing Xiang
2019 Proceedings of the 57th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics  
To measure the diversity of the produced topics, we propose a simple topic uniqueness metric.  ...  We propose a novel neural topic model in the Wasserstein autoencoders (WAE) framework.  ...  The range of the TU value is between 1/K and 1. A higher TU value means the produced topics are more diverse.  ... 
doi:10.18653/v1/p19-1640 dblp:conf/acl/NanDNX19 fatcat:hqanr3yzmfbdvj32jrc5vbr6mu

Beyond and Below Racial Homophily: ERG Models of a Friendship Network Documented on Facebook

Andreas Wimmer, Kevin Lewis
2010 American Journal of Sociology  
of a network; a new dataset based on the Facebook pages of a cohort of college students that contains information related to all of these mechanisms; and exponential random graph modeling that can disentangle  ...  In a second step, we put the importance of racial homophily further into perspective by introducing a comprehensive model of tie formation that estimates the simultaneous effects of a wide range of tiegenerating  ...  a large number of ties with others-in other words, tie-formation also depends on the degree of sociality that can be measured using the size of their personal networks (Goodreau et al. 2009 ; also referred  ... 
doi:10.1086/653658 pmid:21563364 fatcat:ww6sz337qzeqdgt77h34e6inbi

Importance models of the physical self: Improved methodology supports a normative-cultural importance model but not the individual importance model

L. Francesca Scalas, Alexandre J. S. Morin, Herbert W. Marsh, Benjamin Nagengast
2014 European Journal of Social Psychology  
Importance models of the physical self: Improved methodology supports a normative importance model but not the Individual Importance model.  ...  , some effects were found in the country-based version of the model.  ...  Their willingness to provide us with the original dataset and to help us set up the analyses reflects a high level of research ethic.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ejsp.2001 fatcat:xnjlyb42zbg67kb6k4omra3dia

Immersions in Global Equality and Social Justice: A Model of Change

Kevin Guerrieri, Sandra Sgoutas-Emch
2016 Engaging Pedagogies in Catholic Higher Education  
The article provides both an explanation of the underlying interdisciplinary theoretical framework of the model and a graphic representation.  ...  This article parts from these and other key questions and then proposes a model of change that can be used as a lens for examining any project, program, or organization with the aim of creating positive  ...  Greenfield (2009), for example, challenges the assumption in both cultural developmental psychology and cross--cultural psychology that cultures are static rather than dynamic.  ... 
doi:10.18263/2379-920x.1007 fatcat:evjah4hvb5a5tgm6jvd2hisqt4

Transforming the Traditional Approach to Translation Teaching Strategies

Mirjana Daničić
2016 Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies  
It is his concept that "the text can cross a border and continue, transformed".  ...  Such an approach involves a mixture of translationoriented reading comprehension strategies, problem-solving of linguistic, semantic and cultural dilemmas, managing "untranslatability" (i.e. what is being  ...  It is his concept that "the text can cross a border and continue, transformed" (Pym 2010: 109) . Hence, for the purpose of this paper, we will call this approach a 'transformational' model.  ... 
doi:10.18485/bells.2016.8.11 fatcat:oyoqsms5p5bq5kxf3angktme4e

Choice Modelling in Social Networks Using Stochastic Actor-Oriented Models

Sebastian Pink, David Kretschmer, Lars Leszczensky
2020 Journal of Choice Modeling  
A B S T R A C T Combining choice modelling with social network analysis, we show how the stochastic actororiented model for the co-evolution of networks and behavior (SAOM) can be used as a powerful statistical  ...  We discuss the underlying assumptions of SAOMs and show that they can be interpreted to represent a random utility maximization model (RUM).  ...  Given that the evolution of a social network is subject to the analysis, the network has to be observed empirically at least at two points in time for a SAOM analysis to apply. 8  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jocm.2020.100202 fatcat:h45tgfrxvjegvp5jg26qtudsri
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