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Echoes of power: Language effects and power differences in social interaction [article]

Cristian Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, Lillian Lee, Bo Pang, Jon Kleinberg
2012 arXiv   pre-print
of power --- including a more "static" form of power based on status differences, and a more "situational" form of power in which one individual experiences a type of dependence on another.  ...  The interactions themselves, however, generally take place in the form of natural language --- either spoken or written --- and one could reasonably suppose that signals manifested in language might also  ...  This paper is based upon work supported in part by the NSF grant IIS-0910664, IIS-1016099, and grants from Google and Yahoo!.  ... 
arXiv:1112.3670v3 fatcat:2xxyxm2zjbckjkpsyfhzcx3f7q

Echoes of power

Cristian Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, Lillian Lee, Bo Pang, Jon Kleinberg
2012 Proceedings of the 21st international conference on World Wide Web - WWW '12  
of power -including a more "static" form of power based on status differences, and a more "situational" form of power in which one individual experiences a type of dependence on another.  ...  The interactions themselves, however, generally take place in the form of natural language -either spoken or written -and one could reasonably suppose that signals manifested in language might also provide  ...  This paper is based upon work supported in part by the NSF grant IIS-0910664, IIS-1016099, and grants from Google and Yahoo!.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2187836.2187931 dblp:conf/www/Danescu-Niculescu-MizilLPK12 fatcat:5lkhoos2m5czpky2dyedj6b4k4

Understanding the Predictive Power of Computational Mechanics and Echo State Networks in Social Media [article]

David Darmon, Jared Sylvester, Michelle Girvan, William Rand
2013 arXiv   pre-print
There is a large amount of interest in understanding users of social media in order to predict their behavior in this space.  ...  We apply two contrasting modeling paradigms: computational mechanics and echo state networks. Both methods attempt to model the behavior of users on the basis of their past behavior.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors gratefully acknowledge both the NSF (IIS-1018361) and DARPA (YFA-N66001-12-1-4245; STTR-D13PC00064) for their support of this research.  ... 
arXiv:1306.6111v2 fatcat:om3zpwzgm5fcnhhjxd2t7lmohu

Media Echoes in the Development of the Social Self

Paul A. Soukup, S.J.
2002 Explorations in Media Ecology  
Section III proposes five areas of media interaction with the social self: cultural structures; social discourse; images of the self; autonomy, and models of social behavior.  ...  Section IV presents conclusions which suggest that the proposed exploration would demand a great deal of careful historical work and suggests looking at narrative themes and narrative styles in addition  ...  behavior--not through the power of their messages but by reorganizing the social settings in which people interact and by weakening the once strong relationship between physical place and social "place  ... 
doi:10.1386/eme.1.2.119_1 fatcat:ighnlp5nfnad7on3nmrwoanbzq

Echoes of echoes? An episodic theory of lexical access

Stephen D. Goldinger
1998 Psychological review  
In this article the author proposes an episodic theory of spoken word representation, perception, and production.  ...  By most theories, idiosyncratic aspects of speech (voice details, ambient noise, etc.) are considered noise and are filtered in perception.  ...  tempo (Halpern, 1989; Levitin & Cook, 1996) , social interactions (Lewicki, 1986) , and physical dynamics (Cutting & Kozlowski, 1977) .  ... 
doi:10.1037//0033-295x.105.2.251 fatcat:fuonb2zog5f4dmzpdcozb7incq

Echoes of echoes? An episodic theory of lexical access

Stephen D. Goldinger
1998 Psychological review  
In this article the author proposes an episodic theory of spoken word representation, perception, and production.  ...  By most theories, idiosyncratic aspects of speech (voice details, ambient noise, etc.) are considered noise and are filtered in perception.  ...  tempo (Halpern, 1989; Levitin & Cook, 1996) , social interactions (Lewicki, 1986) , and physical dynamics (Cutting & Kozlowski, 1977) .  ... 
doi:10.1037/0033-295x.105.2.251 pmid:9577239 fatcat:x5ku5uvfvfaaflkipi52ywctni

Stream: Echoes of an Era

2020 Management Revue  
Weber's contribution to social sciences in general and organization studies in particular, is both methodological as well as empirical.  ...  Few examples of modern-day organizations and also different cross-national contexts are examined to discuss the present-day relevance of Weber's postulates.  ...  The thematic commonalities between the three near contemporary writers who wrote in different languages (Taylor in English; Fayol in French and Weber in German) and never interacted might be explained  ... 
doi:10.5771/0935-9915-2020-1-81 fatcat:n5pv2zbffnedhpga5j2pvib2te

Representation of Women and Circulation of Power in Khaled Hosseini's and the Mountains Echoed: A Montrosean Reading

Ghulam Yahya Asghari Ghulam Yahya Asghari, Rahimullah Ramish, Ali Akbar Zawuli
2021 International Journal of English Literature and Social Sciences  
of a texts in the social, historical, political and cultural ambiance of its production.  ...  This paper is an intertextual analysis of Khaled Hosseini's And the Mountains Echoed under the light of Louis Adrian Montrose's theory of power relation.  ...  Ordering and obedience between these two characters portrayed the relationship of power of Afghanistan. Power interacted between them.  ... 
doi:10.22161/ijels.66.41 fatcat:6mopuisoqzfpxbbn5tsqk74cye

Amazon Echo and the Aesthetics of Whiteness

Thao Phan
2019 Catalyst Feminism Theory Technoscience  
Further, this figuration misrepresents the direction of power between user and devices in a way that makes contending with issues such as surveillance and digital labor increasingly difficult.  ...  This article examines the figuration of the home automation device Amazon Echo and its digital assistant Alexa.  ...  Acknowledgements I am grateful to the organizers and participants of the QUT: At Home with Digital Media symposium where I first presented this paper in 2017 for their supportive feedback during the event  ... 
doi:10.28968/cftt.v5i1.29586 fatcat:4vz3tce6hveoli2yyfomt3cruq

Echoes of Ecocriticism: An Introduction [chapter]

Cecilia Novero
2017 Otago German studies  
nature, power and profit.  ...  David Harvey's words -the different kinds and scales of death and loss, time and space, that interlock in the "web of life."  ... 
doi:10.11157/ogs-vol28id362 fatcat:yxudmlfbdrf33j3izasmeyo73i

Eavesmining: A Critical Audit of the Amazon Echo and Alexa Conditions of Use

Stephen Neville
2020 Surveillance & Society  
The paper centers on an empirical case study of the Amazon Echo and Alexa conditions of use.  ...  In contributing to a sonic epistemology of surveillance, I explain how eavesmining platforms and processes burrow the voice as a medium between sound and data and articulate the acoustic excavation of  ...  Thus, the panopticon is a system of both light and language (Elmer 2004: 33) whereby the effects of power can be read both through the self-discipline of carceral bodies and the set of discursive statements  ... 
doi:10.24908/ss.v18i3.13426 fatcat:cj5ktl4dj5f5tbaa23725q6xie

Chapter Four. Petrarchan Executors: Sidney, Shakespeare, Wroth [chapter]

2018 Echoes of Desire  
Many different and conflicting types of power and arenas fo r winning it are uneasily juxtaposed.  ...  : they intersect and interact in Wroth's texts as they should do in our criticism.  ...  Thus they offer a blueprint both fo r the slippage be tween success and failure or power and powerlessness in male subjectivity and fo r the situation of a woman attempting to achieve freedom from a man  ... 
doi:10.7591/9781501722844-006 fatcat:br7f6zzkzndvffqfjsj4wtprjm

Frankenstein: An Echo of Social Alienation and Social Madness

Proshanta Sarkar Proshanta Sarkar
2013 IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science  
This results not only in the reader's realization of a defamiliarization, but the monster's own defamiliarization with society.  ...  The monster's hideous appearance is the reason of the society's disliking it and so it is regarded with disgust and hatred.  ...  With its contact with the language, the creature learns how to interact with others, ponders the true nature of its existence, its identity, and decides choices about its future.  ... 
doi:10.9790/0837-0932932 fatcat:5mfnjzq6v5bklow6mbgi7nwohm

INSIDE OUTSIDE CIRCLE: TEACHING STUDENTS' SPEAKING SKILL

Sayid Wijaya
2017 ELT Echo: The Journal of English Language Teaching in Foreign Language Context  
Speaking is an interactive process of constructing meaning that can involve producing and receiving and processing information. it is very important productive skill in our daily life as a connector for  ...  They are listening, speaking, reading and writing, speaking is one part of language skills that can be used for people to express their ideas orally in foreign language, when they are speaking, the students  ...  Dialogue Dialogue is a meaningful interaction and exchange between individuals and/or people of different groups (social, cultural, political and religious) who come together through various kinds of conversations  ... 
doi:10.24235/eltecho.v2i2.2171 fatcat:we6l2lisirh5hj7e3cl5tubukm

Echoes in Performance: Lived Experiences of a MUZIK Harmonie Artist

Leoncio Olobia
2021 International Journal of Research Publications  
Investigation of experience included thick descriptions of the participant's sense of worldview revolving around rehearsals, performances and various interactions both in and out of the stage.  ...  deepens an artist's sensitivity of life's embracing power.  ...  With each member of MUZIK Harmonie in different modes of imaginings, the participant dwells on distinctiveness of individual creations creating powerful impact upon performance.  ... 
doi:10.47119/ijrp1009011220212523 fatcat:s7qfcsx4fjg5dfz3rv3loqeehq
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