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Don't Get Fooled by Word Embeddings-Better Watch their Neighborhood

Johannes Hellrich, Udo Hahn
2017 Digital Humanities Conference  
Acknowledgements This research was conducted within the Graduate School "The Romantic Model" supported by grant GRK 2041/1 from the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG).  ...  Table 1 : 1 Neighborhoods for Herz [heart] as provided by different word embedding models.  ...  In most of these approaches, the local neighborhood of selected words in the resulting embedding spaces, i.e., words deemed to be most similar with a word in question, are used to approximate their meaning  ... 
dblp:conf/dihu/HellrichH17 fatcat:cjfmpvmynvc5nkvnekcsvj3auy

Dear Saints, Dear Stella: Letters Examining the Messy Lines of Expectations, Stereotypes, and Identity in Higher Education

Nancy G. Barron
2003 College composition and communication  
We need to get through and pursue higher degrees so we can understand better what they don't understand.  ...  We don't have to become Americans, we only fool ourselves to belike them because we're learning from them. lieve everyone's the same kind of American.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3594198 fatcat:6y6nxhwbfrd5tpjszgzhpwui3q

Gangstas, Thugs, and Hustlas: Identity and the Code of the Street in Rap Music

CHARIS E. KUBRIN
2005 Social problems  
/ He gon' get me first, if I don't get him-fool start prayin'" (2Pac, "Only God Can Judge Me"). Again, we see how rappers justify the use of violence, this time as a deterrent.  ...  Don't Snitch.  ... 
doi:10.1525/sp.2005.52.3.360 fatcat:okkuacvbqre6tfkfrv4rrwbxsm

Oppositional Consciousness within an Oppositional Realm: The Case of Feminism and Womanism in Rap and Hip Hop, 1976-2004

Layli Phillips, Kerri Reddick-Morgan, Dionne Patricia Stephens
2005 The Journal of African American History  
The impact of the song's message to men is reinforced by the fact that the chorus is rapped by a man: "Better watch yo back there, boy, and get on your square or my gun'll beat you changed.  ...  Her last line, directed at the men, is "Better watch yo back."  ...  Later, she continues: "Don't I know there's confusion. God's gonna see us through. Peace out to revolution. ..."  ... 
doi:10.1086/jaahv90n3p253 fatcat:wvcry663evbove4hgr23yynkb4

The World Through Children's Eyes: Hide and Seek & Peekaboo

Loren Barritt, Ton Beekman, Hans Bleeker Bleeker, Karel Mulderij
1944 Phenomenology + Pedagogy  
He plays the fool for his grandson. What better way to show how much you care for another than to act out that concern before their very eyes.  ...  Why don't people seek pleasure when it lies so ready to hand? 158 The decisions of adults should be informed by watching children: Do we need to "teach" them?  ... 
doi:10.29173/pandp14875 fatcat:h3vptmge6reqrkwudhpjlgspxe

The Changing Scale of Imprisonment and the Transformation of Care: The Erosion of the "Welfare Society" by the "Penal State" in Contemporary Portugal [chapter]

Manuela Ivone P. da Cunha
2013 Ethnographies of Social Support  
I myself have a word with other kin when I see things getting out of hand. Family members have their disagreements, but they are very united.  ...  As one of them put it, "I don't want my son to replace his parents dealing. When I get out, I'll have to go back to dealing to get him out of it."  ... 
doi:10.1057/9781137330970_5 fatcat:uvnvmelavrcg3kr75k5a3ebbsi

How children fail

John Holt
1966 Journal of the Reading Specialist  
If we don't, they will set their own limits by not paying attention, by fooling around, by saying unnecessarily, "I don't get it."  ...  No doubt children are clever about fooling their teachers about what they know; but the job is made much easier by the fact that we, their teachers, are so ready, so eager to be fooled, to tell ourselves  ... 
doi:10.1080/19388076609556948 fatcat:ou5vcwmaczdtrmlksex4x5qe6a

Exploring anti‐gang advertisements: Focus group discussions with gang members and at‐risk youth

Gage Chapel, Kristin M. Peterson, Roy Joseph
1999 Journal of applied communications research  
The purpose of this thesis is to explore the use of anti-gang advertising by seeking the opinions of young people living in a gang environment.  ...  In addition, the conclusions offer insight into how gang members and at-risk youth perceive themselves and their environment and how others can effectively communicate with them.  ...  "In today's society, you need that group so you don't get beat up everyday. So you don't get your shoes taken, your jacket, your necklace, money."  ... 
doi:10.1080/00909889909365538 fatcat:bwdamv5ernbk7ouejqsyj47dc4

Social capital or group style? Rescuing Tocqueville's insights on civic engagement

Paul Lichterman
2006 Theory and society  
Group style also illuminates the process by which civic groups create "bridging" ties beyond the group.  ...  Social capital has become the preeminent concept for studying civic relationships, yet it will not help us assess their meanings, institution-like qualities, or potential for social capacity.  ...  own words.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11186-006-9017-6 fatcat:mzl6j26np5cwlb36lp4u6yeowy

Story Telling and Educational Understanding [chapter]

Terry Denny
2015 Case Study Evaluation: Past, Present and Future Challenges  
..visiting at least three neighborhood bars to get the bartender's views of the same setting" (Hoke, 1970) .  ...  It helps me to distinguish the productnouns forms of words associated with this approach from their process-verb forms. This gets a little tricky.  ... 
doi:10.1108/s1474-786320140000015002 fatcat:epqy3m47h5gung4p7gmak76hia

Come Back To Me, Baby

Nate Brown
2013 Iowa Review : literary quarterly  
by their determination.  ...  One was embedded in the middle of her floursack body, and the other was surrounded by uncooked rice inside her plastic head.  ... 
doi:10.17077/0021-065x.7392 fatcat:ssmzwjjpqndadbzu7inetxqd4u

Violence on Social Media: An Exploration into the Online Expressions of Adolescents from Marginalized Areas of Greater Buenos Aires

Joaqu�n Walter Linne, Mar�a Florencia Angilletta
2020 Journal of Social Sciences (New York, N.Y.)  
Ultimately, it poses new questions about the use of these tools by adolescents from marginalized areas and sets out to delve into the approaches used to examine these phenomena in all their complexity.  ...  This paper explores the online expressions of violence perpetrated or experienced by adolescents from marginalized areas of Greater Buenos Aires, Argentina.  ...  I won't be kind to you or eat crow, why don't you stop fooling around and in any case if you're so great you stand up by yourselves? Why are you getting relatives involved?  ... 
doi:10.3844/jssp.2020.100.111 fatcat:6fxsokdskjcgdpqesznbiwyxmy

Black Women Comics: Sensuality and Intersectionality

El-Shokrofy Ebtesam M., Asmaa Awad Ahmed
2021 Interdisciplinary Literary Studies  
This article attempts to answer these questions by applying Patricia Collins's intersectional theory to some selected works by these American actresses and comedians: La Wanda Page, Thea Vidale, Sheryl  ...  Due to Obama's election, "black people can let their guard down about their public image. " Proudly, in the words of Mizejewski, the blacks feel that one of them is in the White House and they can act  ...  Not only were the black women wronged by their peer whites, but also by black men.  ... 
doi:10.5325/intelitestud.24.1.0033 fatcat:fvv4zjxa6baazh6kwl2jg5n3qy

Closed circuits

Manuela Ivone P. da Cunha
2008 Ethnography  
A B S T R A C T ■ The notion that prisons are a 'world apart', with their walls severing prisoners from their external relationships, and incarceration an interruption, 'time away' spent in a separate  ...  But it has also created an analytical dead angle that prevents us from identifying the ramifying social effects of concentrated incarceration upon both the prison and heavily penalized lower-class neighborhoods  ...  I am also indebted to the reviewers, and to Pat Carlen and Loïc Wacquant for their detailed and insightful comments on an earlier version of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1466138108094974 fatcat:dmtkfw2k6rbgxibar4f6fbost4

Page 3 of Maine Farmer Vol. 25, Issue 20 [page]

1857 Maine Farmer  
‘‘I call it quite an adventure.— Some fine moonlight night I shall come and watch | over the cliff myself.’’ “They don’t do their work ona moonlight night.  ...  The words had been poured forth so rapidly both by Mary Anne and Mr. Hunter, that it would seem their hearers were powerless to inter- rupt them. Yet the effect they produced was great.  ... 
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