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Exploring the Impact of Dynamic Mutual Influence on Social Event Participation [chapter]

Tong Xu, Hao Zhong, Hengshu Zhu, Hui Xiong, Enhong Chen, Guannan Liu
2015 Proceedings of the 2015 SIAM International Conference on Data Mining  
the hypothesis that dynamic mutual influence could play an important role in the decisionmaking process of social event participation.  ...  In particular, the importance of dynamic mutual influence among potential event participants has been largely ignored.  ...  To the best of our knowledge, we are the first to investigate the impact of dynamic mutual influence on social event participation.  ... 
doi:10.1137/1.9781611974010.30 dblp:conf/sdm/XuZZXCL15 fatcat:7p4yp2s3kna3zaylcub2xmkrvu

The Influence of Early Respondents

Daniel M. Romero, Katharina Reinecke, Lionel P. Robert
2017 Proceedings of the Tenth ACM International Conference on Web Search and Data Mining - WSDM '17  
Indeed, prior work has shown that scheduling polls that allow respondents to see others' answers are more likely to succeed than polls that hide other responses, suggesting the impact of social influence  ...  Drawing on simulations of an event scheduling model, we compare possible interventions to mitigate this bias and show that we can optimize the success of polls by hiding the responses of a small percentage  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank Joey Hsiao, Danaja Maldeniya, Carol Moser, and Sarita Yardi Schoenebeck for their useful feedback on earlier drafts of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3018661.3018725 dblp:conf/wsdm/RomeroRR17 fatcat:bnp2wlbirbgj5jmvgkh5a5xnke

Experiences with HPTN 067/ADAPT Study-Provided Open-Label PrEP Among Women in Cape Town: Facilitators and Barriers Within a Mutuality Framework

K. Rivet Amico, Melissa Wallace, Linda-Gail Bekker, Surita Roux, Millicent Atujuna, Elaine Sebastian, Bonnie J. Dye, Vanessa Elharrar, Robert M. Grant
2016 Aids and Behavior  
Greater attention to factors positioning women in the different dynamics of the proposed Mutuality Framework could direct intervention approaches in clinical trials, as well as open-label PrEP scale-up  ...  This sample of mostly young, unmarried women identified facilitators of and barriers to PrEP use, as well as factors influencing study participation.  ...  , and all of the participants who shared their experiences.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10461-016-1458-y pmid:27317411 pmcid:PMC5378745 fatcat:7eka75tuibhtpmw6j3ueeqh3ba

Two-Way Mutual-Structure-Based Public Opinion Communication System: An Analysis with Simulation

2019 Tehnički Vjesnik  
model based on a bidirectional mutual structure model of the paradoxgenerating path.  ...  The powerful social synergy from aggregating public opinion can shape the development process and direction of an event and place tremendous pressure on society managers.  ...  This work was also supported by the Jiangsu Provincial Department of Education, the Key Research Base of Philosophy and Social Sciences; and by the Jiangsu Province University Philosophy and Social Sciences  ... 
doi:10.17559/tv-20181122070039 fatcat:brvabpqpujgo7mxlaoawrizgju

The Influential Role of Sociocultural Feedbacks on Community-Managed Irrigation System Behaviors During Times of Water Stress

T. Gunda, B. L. Turner, V. C. Tidwell
2018 Water Resources Research  
The dynamics of community values and social cohesion, however, have received little attention in modeling studies due to quantification challenges.  ...  Using the Valdez acequia (a communallymanaged irrigation community in northern New Mexico) as a simulation case study, we evaluate the impact of that community's social structure in governing its responses  ...  Acknowledgments This study was funded by NSF grants (CNH-1010516, WSC-1204685, and DGE-0909667) and through funds provided by the College of Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Human Sciences at Texas  ... 
doi:10.1002/2017wr021223 fatcat:6uu7exx6ibb3dapya2oitqt5qq

Agent-based modeling and simulation of community collective efficacy

Minghao Wang, Xiaolin Hu
2012 Computational and mathematical organization theory  
to study the dynamic process of collective efficacy formation in a community.  ...  The developed model is based on the self-efficacy theory and Theory of Planned Behavior.  ...  It differs from a personal event that has impact on only one agent. A community event needs to be taken care of by the agents in the neighborhood of the event.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10588-012-9107-0 fatcat:loeeqa6ucbdmngid7lnnyqg2me

Alcohol and Emotional Contagion

Catharine E. Fairbairn, Michael A. Sayette, Odd O. Aalen, Arnoldo Frigessi
2014 Clinical Psychological Science  
We examined the impact of gender and alcohol on "emotional contagion"-a social mechanism central to bonding and cohesion.  ...  Findings identify new directions for research exploring social-reward processes in the etiology of alcohol problems.  ...  We thank John Dimoff, Michael Sayers, Bryan Heckman, Kasey Creswell, and the students and staff at the Alcohol and Smoking Research Laboratory for assistance collecting and coding data.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2167702614548892 pmid:26504673 pmcid:PMC4615679 fatcat:uchdydbvvzh3xbpjydrdil6zki

Behavior Selection of Stakeholders toward Megaproject Social Responsibility: Perspective from Social Action Theory

Linlin Xie, Ting Han, Haitao Chu, Bo Xia
2019 Advances in Civil Engineering  
Based on the social action theory, the impact of relevant influencing factors is empirically examined and stakeholder's selection of these two behaviors toward megaproject social responsibility (MSR) is  ...  In addition, the mutual feedback mechanism significantly improves the RQ of participating parties, which indirectly affects both behaviors.  ...  , titled "megaproject social responsibility behavior Smartpls report," is the report exported by the statistical software "smartpls," used to analyze the hypothesis test results in the article.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2019/4956067 fatcat:v7tubcya5bbqrb4ktiheomz7by

Reflection as a Deliberative and Distributed Practice: Assessing Neuro-Enhancement Technologies via Mutual Learning Exercises (MLEs)

Hub Zwart, Jonna Brenninkmeijer, Peter Eduard, Lotte Krabbenborg, Sheena Laursen, Gema Revuelta, Winnie Toonders
2017 NanoEthics  
Building on a number of case studies, we analyse what an MLE involves, both practically and conceptually, focussing on key aspects such as ambiance and expertise, the role of 'genres of the imagination  ...  and responsible research and innovation, called NERRI) the concept of a mutual learning exercise (MLE).  ...  Acknowledgements This paper is based on experiences and results of a mobilisation and mutual learning project entitled NERRI (neuro-enhancement responsible research and innovation) funded by the European  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11569-017-0287-4 pmid:28845202 pmcid:PMC5554482 fatcat:viawziz5gnfzjjfx6h7jnogiya

Monitoring and evaluating Multi-Actor Platforms: Brief step-by-step guide

Alexandra Smyrniotopoulou, George Vlahos
2021 Zenodo  
used in a project, on how to integrate knowledges from across the science-policy-practice nexus fostering colearning and co-construction of transitions to sustainable farming systems.  ...  Monitoring and evaluating stakeholder engagement and operation of the Multi-Actor Platforms gains insight to the effectiveness of these forms of engagement, to learn lessons, and to adapt the processes  ...  In the final stages of the UNISECO project, a final evaluation was carried out which aimed to explore the influence of participatory processes on the policy-science dialogue, and on the capacities of the  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5104821 fatcat:ym3eqmp7k5c5zc5msgu4gpoequ

Group proximity and mutual understanding: measuring onsite impact of a citizens' summit

Klara Pigmans, Virginia Dignum, Neelke Doorn
2019 Journal of Public Policy  
AbstractTo better understand the impact of deliberations during participatory policymaking events, we introduce and explore the concept of group proximity.  ...  An example of such events is citizens' summits, during which many parallel groups deliberate on solutions for a policy issue.  ...  The authors are grateful to the great efforts of Lokaal of setting up and organising the G1000; in particular, we want to thank Liesbeth Levy and Nienke van Wijk, for the fruitful collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0143814x19000230 fatcat:4lrhjze2dvcsvkzwbgdrz5bm3u

Research on couples: are feminist approaches useful?

Kathleen Peters, Debra Jackson, Trudy Rudge
2008 Journal of Advanced Nursing  
Adverse life events or conditions experienced by individuals have been found also to have a negative impact on their partners.  ...  To care for women effectively, we must also consider the experiences of their partners as the health of one partner has the potential to impact on the other.  ...  Literature on couples' counselling acknowledges that the dynamics of the couple need to be explored simultaneously with the individuals, taking into account both historical and current influences in their  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2648.2007.04558.x pmid:18426462 fatcat:ybxgn2wh7zenfpxyvfnlhb3tse

Evaluation of Network Public Opinion on the Doctor-patient Relationship Based on Evolutionary Game Theory

Jianmin Xie, Qin Qin, Jingfei Lu, Liying Yang, Maoting Jiang
2020 IEEE Access  
Effective management of public opinion on the doctor-patient relationship network is an important element of maintaining social harmony and stability.  ...  Secondly, we further propose evolutionary replication dynamics equations in order to study the evolutionary stable strategies of participants.  ...  Acknowledgments The author would like to thank the research team of the laboratory. The researchers are very serious and responsible for this study.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3034926 fatcat:jokgwrxaszdf5m4p2ma3vcz4ki

Responsible careers: Systemic reflexivity in shifting landscapes

Svenja Tams, Judi Marshall, Svetlana N Khapova, Michael B Arthur
2010 Human Relations  
We propose a dynamic model of responsible careers based on studying 32 individuals in the emerging organizational fields of corporate responsibility, social entrepreneurship, sustainability and social  ...  Observations suggest that development of these practices is influenced by four learning dynamics: people's perceptions of 'shifting landscapes' in which they seek to orient themselves, exploration, and  ...  Acknowledgements The authors gratefully acknowledge: the financial assistance of the University of Bath School of Management; research participants for sharing their career stories; participants in the  ... 
doi:10.1177/0018726710384292 fatcat:75cwf5jnh5cxbhsvg7zgsbxl5e

Visualizing individual dynamics [chapter]

Joske K. van der Sluis, Steffie van der Steen, Gert Stulp, Ruud J.R. den Hartigh
2019 Psychosocial Development in Adolescence  
This facilitated the interpretation of the athlete's performanceand psychosocial dynamics, which are influenced by particular events in the athlete's life.  ...  Altogether, the current study provides insight into how the adolescent and the context interact and mutually affect each other in successive iterations.  ...  The impact of events.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315165844-13 fatcat:y5s6bootgbhdjpv5jwq44kdut4
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