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Guest Editorial: Special Issue on Human-Centered Web Science

Ernesto Damiani, Miltiadis Lytras, Philippe Cudre-Mauroux
2010 World wide web (Bussum)  
The paper "Emergent Semantics and Cooperation in Multi-Knowledge Communities: the ESTEEM approach," by Devis Bianchini, et al., explores the notion of emergent semantics in heterogeneous communities, while  ...  In the paper "A Human-Centered Semantic Service Platform for the Digital Ecosystems Environment," by Hai Dong, et al., traditional knowledge management techniques like metadata publishing are used to manage  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11280-009-0082-4 fatcat:3jaq4gxbvrcfdaxj4hktjn6iui

Community Capacity Development In Universities: Empowering Communities Through Education Management Programmes In Strathmore University (A Pilot Study)

Alfred Kirigha Kitawi
2014 Contemporary Issues in Education Research (CIER)  
This research examined the issue of community capacity development in a university.  ...  The research used Chaskins (2001) framework to examine which issues of community capacity development emerged through the different action research projects students implemented within their communities  ...  The Clute Institute primarily with observing neighbourhood communities while the action research projects were within the context of the education sector, hence differences in context and research interest  ... 
doi:10.19030/cier.v7i2.8477 fatcat:ufbwtj72bbawxgkv6rpu5vasla

Oral communications

2013 Atención Primaria  
In the approach of somatization we must assure: the exclusion of organic diseases, psychological/psychiatric conditions or simulation; the good relationship between doctor and patient; and interdisciplinary  ...  State of the Art: The somatoform disorders seem like a real beast-of-seven-heads: they are very common in the juvenile population, the diagnosis is complex and difficult to explain to the patient and the  ...  Currently, family studies include qualitative and multi-methods approach.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0212-6567(13)70033-7 fatcat:frfjaxudc5byvgcvbl7xo4nds4

APPROPRIATIZING POLITENESS THEORY FOR INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION IN ELT

Rahmat Yusny
2013 Jurnal Ilmiah Didaktika: Media Ilmiah Pendidikan dan Pengajaran  
Face threatening acts are described by Brown and Levinson as the acts that infringe the hearer's need of maintaining his/her self-esteem and be respected.  ...  Therefeore, although we accept that Brown & Levinson's theory has made a significant breakthrough in elaborating politeness, appropriation of this theory should be accounted in intercultural communication  ...  In order to appropriate the concept of Politeness into multi-cultural context, Meier suggests a dynamic approach to the application of this concept, in which the learners can gain insights into cultural  ... 
doi:10.22373/jid.v14i1.496 fatcat:sttjsqkc7zbe7fgq6ax67kssty

Online communication, social media and adolescent wellbeing: A systematic narrative review

Paul Best, Roger Manktelow, Brian Taylor
2014 Children and youth services review  
A theoretical framework was developed for the synthesis using concepts from mental health and communication studies literature.  ...  Objective: To systematically review and synthesise current empirical research on this topic, identifying both the beneficial and harmful effects of online communication and social media technology amongst  ...  Multi-level approaches Multi-level approaches are well established within academic literature(s), particularly that of sociology and organisational research (Rousseau, 2011 ).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.childyouth.2014.03.001 fatcat:7lnrc2plq5agtnnnhqa6kobgjq

A Virtual Community of Practice Proposal for Business Intelligence Researchers

Diana TÂRNĂVEANU
2012 Informatică economică  
to develop the social capital, create new knowledge, exploit the existing tacit knowledge, stimulate innovation and disseminate the results.  ...  One solution is a virtual community of practice (VCoPs) that offers an im-portant knowledge management tool, as it is based on common goals and shared interests on a large period of time, it is capable  ...  The evolution of the information society led to the emergence of the society based on knowledge, an intermediate step in our way to creating a consciousness society [22] .  ... 
doaj:3919388b4f5a4924b517f5d7446c1e15 fatcat:3xth7lainjedhl2dth5lpnzacm

Designing Physical and Virtual Communities [chapter]

Mark McGuire
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
, to emerge.  ...  The author would also like to acknowledge the support and friendship of Aaron Griffiths (inSL Isa Goodman) and the contribution he and Luthien Unsung have made to enhancing the 'kiwi experience' in Second  ...  In addition the results and discussions indicate increased levels of self-esteem, co-operative and collaborative citizenry, peer support and guidance behaviours and creative and intuitive approaches to  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-02276-0_1 fatcat:fzp2fbw2cvhshn37rli3ojdgva

Communication difficulties in teenagers with health impairments

Anna G. Samokhvalova, Tatyana L. Kryukova
2016 Psychology in Russia: State of Art  
Actual communication difficulties in teenagers were studied in two ways: the subjective component of impaired communication was registered through a content analysis of a sentence completion test and the  ...  Third, the authors described specific communication difficulties in teenagers with auditory, visual, speech and motor impairments.  ...  Second, they experience communication problems typical of their age group and related to the need for autonomy and independence in communication.  ... 
doi:10.11621/pir.2016.0308 fatcat:5hc55qsrl5cntaobfhm7iiceju

Environmental Communication [chapter]

2017 Encyclopedia of GIS  
Climate Change as Communication Nexus: Defining, Linking and (Re)articulating Environmental Discourses, Practices and Policies in Terms of Climate Change Climate Change, Urban Microclimates and Local Decision-Making  ...  In this respect, providing different voices and theoretical perspectives is a sign of esteemed professionalism.  ...  Hard feelings and distrust resonate in the community with regards to Koch Industries Inc. and threatens the probability of future cooperation (S. Watson, personal communication, 21 February 2009) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-17885-1_100355 fatcat:tuc26o2c4jdvlirt6zt7s6fhfq

Rekindling Community Education in Neoliberal Times [chapter]

Camilla Fitzsimons
2017 Community Education and Neoliberalism  
In Ireland, a politicised approach to community development emerged (Lee, 2003; Lloyd and Lloyd-Hughes, 2009 ).  ...  Some people question whether a qualification should be sought at all, and a theme that emerges is the need for experience to be held in higher esteem than is currently the case.  ...  We need to develop a much more radically political community education and to build on the strengths that already exist in the field and in communities around the country.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-45937-0_8 fatcat:fhkuj4qqqbhlfmgidgg5nammzq

Leniency and testiness in intercultural communication

Michael Meeuwis
1994 Pragmatics: Quarterly Publication of the International Pragmatics Association  
are held in low esteem (cf. the pejorative term 'economic animals') is perhaps more prominent. 5. 6Pretext', context, and ideologr in the interactional'sociolinguistic approach to intercultural communication  ...  Their ethnographic study of racial discrimination in multilingual and multi-ethnic workplaces truitfully combines both micro and macro approaches.  ... 
doi:10.1075/prag.4.3.04mee fatcat:3asf5iwcrbcbdfcttfvzrqbovy

Sign Management for the Future of e-Education: Examples of Collaborative e-Services in a Living Lab (Invited Paper) [chapter]

Noël Conruyt, Véronique Sébastien, Olivier Sébastien, Didier Sébastien, David Grosser
2015 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
The Web of Knowledge for machines to communicate logically on the basis of a formal, open and semantic representation of data and objects,The Semiotic Web is for us the future of the Semantic Web: it is  ...  The interpretation problem of specimen descriptions made by specialists emerges when the knowledge base is put in the hands of other biologists: these sub-jects are not able to observe and describe biological  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-28868-0_1 fatcat:pmsp5b7ek5a33fnnu3lhe46qyu

INTEGRATING ORGANIZATION STUDIES AND COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY: A PROCESS MODEL OF AN ORGANIZING SENSE OF PLACE IN WORKING LIVES

Thomas S. Calvard
2015 Journal of Community Psychology  
of place in working livesABSTRACT In this conceptual paper, I propose to advance thinking about organization theory in community contexts by theorizing about the roles of place and space in working lives  ...  I argue that work in the mainstream of organization studies often downplays contextual aspects of the community-based places that workers inhabit, largely by trying to generalize across them.  ...  THE STATUS OF PLACE IN RELATION TO COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY As with place and space, there are potential semantic issues concerning the precise conceptualizations of the difference between place and community  ... 
doi:10.1002/jcop.21754 fatcat:vgvzudrl55ez7k5qsvzu5nmggq

The Moral Imperative of Language and Communication in Culture and Society

FC Aghamelu, EI Ani
2011 African Research Review  
The moral potentials of language as communication is found to be the very foundation of the evolution of true culture and human social order.  ...  At best, the analytic preoccupation in language represents a distortion and abuse of the phenomenon of language.  ...  "…the personality of a social group, more than in the material aspect, emerges in the semantic, symbolic aspect…from the presence of certain determined meanings…of the daily use of the tongue for certain  ... 
doi:10.4314/afrrev.v5i6.1 fatcat:sqovvaki55edrbrmmzg3xhkzfi

The Power of Academic Learning Communities

Rebecca William Mlynarczyk, Marcia Babbitt
2002 Journal of Basic Writing  
Much of southern culture esteems personal knowledge above more empirical knowledge, and if a speaker wants to build a strong argument, claiming to know someone who has first-hand knowledge is important  ...  Cooper first describes the "system of ideas" as a two-part construct: knowledge comes from individual experiences and observation, and from mastery of a topic's complete and" relevant idea system" (8).  ...  "Making Writing Count in an ESL Learning Community." In Academic Writing Programs. Ed. Ilona Leki. Alexandria, VA: TESOL, 2001, 49-60. Babbitt, Marcia and Rebecca W.  ... 
doi:10.37514/jbw-j.2002.21.1.06 fatcat:zuugy6nzjzhhbeav5thynzcnwu
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