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Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood: Comparing Intentions and Perceptions in Online Discussions [article]

Jonathan P. Chang, Justin Cheng, Cristian Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil
2020 pre-print
In this work, we present a computational framework for exploring and comparing both perspectives in online public discussions.  ...  We show that intentions and perceptions diverge in consequential ways.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This research was supported in part by an NSF CAREER award IIS-1750615 and by an NSF Grant IIS-1910147.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3366423.3380273 arXiv:2004.13609v1 fatcat:gzror7k55zfrzbb2xlmzej5uqm

Robotic Anxiety—Parents' Perception of Robot-Assisted Pediatric Surgery

Elisabeth Ammer, Laura Sophie Mandt, Isabelle Christine Silbersdorff, Fritz Kahl, York Hagmayer
2022 Children  
Exploratory analyses showed that the perception of risks and anxiety reduced intention for only RA surgery. These findings should be considered in preoperational discussions with parents.  ...  As a consequence, little is known about parents' perception of this operation method. In this study, we analyzed parents' intention to let their child undergo RA and laparoscopic (LA) surgery.  ...  In a procedure often misunderstood as self-acting, the role of the surgeon should also be addressed [15, 17] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/children9030399 pmid:35327771 pmcid:PMC8947283 fatcat:uxdumwzmvrgsxkwbzmjvxniavq

(How) do People Negotiate Online Information into their Decision Making with Healthcare Professionals?

Lauren Bussey, Elizabeth Sillence
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 International Conference on Digital Health - DH '17  
By exploring successful and unsuccessful integration examples we make three suggestions about how integration of online health information into HCP discussions around decision-making could be improved  ...  In this paper, we describe how people negotiate and communicate with healthcare professionals (HCPs) about information they have found online for the purposes of making health decisions.  ...  Interestingly, participants noted the importance of still deferring to the HCP for expert opinionacknowledging the pervasive attitude "let me be the doctor and you be the patient" (P4 online forum).  ... 
doi:10.1145/3079452.3079495 dblp:conf/ehealth/BusseyS17 fatcat:kkduqxsv6jeqxcgbnp3szos6uq

A qualitative comparison of how older breast cancer survivors process treatment information regarding endocrine therapy

Huibrie C. Pieters, Emily Green, Sally Khakshooy, Miriam Sleven, Annette L. Stanton, M Barton Laws
2019 PLoS ONE  
If the strategy we discussed is not effective in managing that side effect let me know as soon as you can so we can talk about it. I understand you find this side effect difficult to manage.  ...  She's part of the process with me. It's more reliable because you don't know what you're reading online."  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0210972 pmid:30703119 pmcid:PMC6354984 fatcat:tez3tkr4yng3hfcl3bqouhqqpe

Students' Perceptions of Learner-Learner Interactions that Weaken a Sense of Community in an Online Learning Environment

Krystle Phirangee
2016 Online Learning  
Despite the growth of its popularity in recent years, online learning has demonstrated high dropout rates compared to dropout rates in traditional face-to-face courses.  ...  Prior research attributes attrition to the physical isolation of students from one another and the lack of interaction between and among them—factors which foster feelings of alienation, isolation, and  ...  Efforts to understand negative learner-learner interactions can help online instructors create guidelines for online discussion to better support their students in overcoming such interactions and hopefully  ... 
doi:10.24059/olj.v20i4.1053 fatcat:caqz4zwtn5asdkflhnlmvkrea4

A Pilot Qualitative Case Study of Agricultural and Natural Resources Scientists' Twitter Usage for Engaging Public Audiences

Jamie Loizzo, Catherine Jones, Abby Steffen
2019 Journal of Applied Communications  
, research, and engaging in online public science discussion.  ...  and groups, using visuals for online engagement, intentional scheduling for social media, and how to effectively navigate heated online discussions.  ...  I don't really have a professional photo, but a photo of me is me out doing research on turf grass."  ... 
doi:10.4148/1051-0834.2276 fatcat:dzybx27xyncc3gb7fxbmouyd7i

Supporting Rural nurses: Skills and Knowledge to Practice in Ontario, Canada

Jennifer Medves, Dana S. Edge, Linda Bisonette, Katherine Stansfield
2015 Online Journal of Rural Nursing and Health Care  
Purpose: In collaboration with five small community hospitals in southern Ontario that experience challenges in recruiting and retaining sufficient nursing staff, this project used critical ethnography  ...  Nursing in rural settings requires the skill set of a multi-specialist who is adaptable to change and different ways of working.  ...  "Recruitment and retention of nurses can be more successful when done with an understanding of the perceptions of nurses in rural and remote Online Journal of Rural Nursing and Health Care, 15(1) http:  ... 
doi:10.14574/ojrnhc.v15i1.337 fatcat:j4gcv6nyrnazxh5igquln7nqte

Pre-Service Teachers' Perceptions of Asynchronous Online Discussion on Blackboard

Hsin-Te Yeh, Maria Lahman
2015 The Qualitative Report  
' motivations for participating in asynchronous online discussion.  ...  The interviewees' perceptions of the asynchronous on line discussions centered around purposes, group size, tools for learning, advantages/disadvantages, and the instructor's role.  ...  I will get up, but I can't have a discussion at 9:00 in the morning. It's difficult for me. The ability to say oh you know I got 5 minutes. Let me type something on the discussion board very quick.  ... 
doi:10.46743/2160-3715/2007.1619 fatcat:mbebih2azjg57ce7eqiqcppplq

Measuring Student Responses in and Instructors' Perceptions of Student Evaluation Teaching (SETs), Pre and Post Intervention

Lisa Moralejo, Elizabeth Andersen, Norma Hilsmann, Lindsay Kennedy
2019 Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning  
, their perceptions of their results, and perceptions of SETs overall.  ...  Students who received an in-class intervention submitted more qualified comments, addressed specific issues, and made more recommendations for improvements compared to students who did not receive the  ...  8 Table 3 3 Pre-Discussion Group Themes compared to Post-Discussion Group ThemesHaving participated in the discussions helped me to sift through some of the emotional part and unpack it a little bit  ... 
doi:10.5206/cjsotl-rcacea.2019.3.8052 fatcat:shffotqztbey7a4eqmffea2bge


Philip Ice, Reagan Curtis, Perry Phillips, John Wells
2019 Online Learning  
Implications of this case study and directions for future research are addressed in the discussion and conclusions section of this paper.  ...  Previous research has demonstrated that participants in online courses can build effective learning communities through text-based communication alone.  ...  Terminology such as compare, summarize, decide and asses are likely to be present in such discussions. IX.  ... 
doi:10.24059/olj.v11i2.1724 fatcat:57rn73mbp5hnlaghdiyzx2zvtu

The Perceptions for Hong Kong Male Students Refusing HPV Vaccination: An Exploratory Study

Keung Sum Chan, Lai Hang Wong
2019 Journal of Biosciences and Medicines  
Although the HPV infection can be prevented by HPV vaccination, the vaccination rate in Hong Kong is relatively low particular in males comparing to other countries.  ...  Compared with the United States, the HPV vaccination rate among female was relatively low in Hong Kong.  ...  Acknowledgements We gratefully acknowledge the participants who have participated in this study. Without their participation, the study would not have been completed.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jbm.2019.75011 fatcat:iaopwfdplrephewpgx2ciwxhry

Because I'm Restricted, 2 – 4 PM Unable to See Messages: Exploring Users' Perceptions and Likely Practices around Exposing Attention Management Use on IM Online Status

Yu-Ling Chou, Yu-Ling Chien, Yu-Hsin Lin, Kung-Pai Lin, Faye Shih, Yung-Ju Chang
2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems  
We used a speed-dating design method to allow 43 participants to rapidly compare 48 types of OSI restriction in various conversational contexts.  ...  CCS CONCEPTS • Human-centered computing → Empirical studies in ubiquitous and mobile computing.  ...  This project is supported by the Higher Education Sprout Project of the National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University and Ministry of Education (MOE), Taiwan, and the Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan  ... 
doi:10.1145/3491102.3517616 fatcat:zuwajxpvmnazfcytjy7bid6ujq

Barriers to Treatment for Female Problem Gamblers: A UK Perspective

Anna Kaufman, Jessica D. Jones Nielsen, Henrietta Bowden-Jones
2016 Journal of Gambling Studies  
Internal and external barriers to treatment organically emerged in all female participants' accounts and appear to have an impact on service utilisation.  ...  There is a paucity of research in the UK which examines problem gambling and that which does exist is mainly quantitative, focuses on male samples and fails to look at treatment seeking populations or  ...  Like Catherine, she compares gambling addiction to drug and alcohol addiction. For her, the frustration appears to be around feeling misunderstood.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10899-016-9663-1 pmid:28008550 pmcid:PMC5579153 fatcat:eavvsd42xvcgnpuybohc75fwze

Teaching Presence: Co-Creating a Multi-National Online Learning Community in an Asynchronous Classroom

Leanne Dzubinski
2014 Online Learning  
The purpose of this study was to examine my own efforts to co-create a social context in an online classroom that was welcoming and supportive to an extremely diverse student population enrolled in a graduate  ...  Teaching presence, which is the ability to structure the class, create the social environment, give instruction, and assess student work, is the basis for creating a community of inquiry in an online class  ...  However, as I continued coding and comparing data segments, I also noticed some variety in student perceptions, which is a common occurrence in qualitative research (Marshall & Rossman, 2006) .  ... 
doi:10.24059/olj.v18i2.412 fatcat:jyi7quahoneb5m5u3ex4oxzhca

Biodiversity and biotechnology: a misunderstood relationship [chapter]

J. Chen
Agricultural biotechnology and intellectual property: seeds of change  
mine, receives light without darkening me.”156 This discussion of the values underlying commodification of ethnobiological knowledge began with an analogy from free speech and takings doctrine  ...  The reference to Cortez is therefore probably intentional and not mistaken.  ... 
doi:10.1079/9781845932015.0347 fatcat:pbdxgiozivaw7gy7pyo2gfbdg4
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