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From Social Communication to Mathematical Discourse in Social Networking

Nimer Baya'a, Wajeeh Daher
2012 International Journal of Cyber Ethics in Education  
This paper describes an attempt to populate Facebook with mathematicians from the past as well as strategies to involve friends with the mathematics of the mathematicians.  ...  The experiment implies that Facebook, representing social networks not intended from the beginning for education, can be adopted successfully for mathematics education.  ...  These ideas were behind our intention to experience social networking sites, in our case Facebook, in our pre-service teachers' preparation.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijcee.2012010106 fatcat:t23g4wez65hvfbuuyetzs6y6ja

Learning and Teaching Mathematics with Online Social Networks: The Case of Facebook [chapter]

Yaniv Biton, Ruti Segal
2021 Teacher Education [Working Title]  
In this case, we focused on Facebook as the online social network to help motivate high-school students to become well prepared for their Bagrut (matriculation) exam in mathematics.  ...  For the students, this digital social platform helps promote peer evaluation, exposes them to a wide range of questions and solutions, and fosters the development of mathematical thinking and creativity  ...  13 Learning and Teaching Mathematics with Online Social Networks: The Case of Facebook DOI: http://dx.doi.org /10.5772/intechopen.95998  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.95998 fatcat:kb4q6bk7rfg2tau2ndwbpz4kzi

Limits and potentials of social networking in academia: case study of the evolution of a mathematics Facebook community

John Hallam Goodband, Yvette Solomon, Peter Charles Samuels, Duncan Lawson, Roy Bhakta
2011 Journal of Educational Media  
Our case study also demonstrates that students' experiences and perceptions of university study -specifically mathematics here -are highly relevant to the success of social networking as a means of fostering  ...  networking side of Facebook in order to 'keep an element of fun', in line with the findings of Selwyn (2008) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/17439884.2011.587435 fatcat:q4g5rumk65hhjagidkafufvmoe

Citizen Debates in Social Networks about Didactic Resources for Mathematics

Rosa Valls-Carol, Garazi Álvarez-Guerrero, Garazi López de Aguileta, Álvaro Alonso, Marta Soler-Gallart
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
To contribute to filling this gap, this article presents an analysis of citizen debates in social networks about didactic resources for mathematics.  ...  Through social media analytics, 136,964 posts were extracted from Reddit, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, of which 1755 were analyzed.  ...  The social network with most posts related to didactic resources for mathematics is Facebook, with 139 posts (65.2%).  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph182111686 pmid:34770198 pmcid:PMC8583319 fatcat:fwckvnj7tvf47cped3fkmqavwe

Rumor dynamics in weighted scale-free networks with degree correlations

Anurag Singh, Yatindra Nath Singh
2014 Journal of Complex Networks  
Based on the research objectives a certain social network model was built in order to Artem ZAkhArchenko, PhD in Social Communications, lecturer of the Department of Multimedia Technologies and Media Design  ...  In other cases, people receive information from the media in 'horizontal' way -from their friends that shared the information.  ...  Thereby, the result is an independent topology of social network and quantitative differentiation between 'vertical' and 'horizontal' communications in the Internet media, in other words, between 'natural  ... 
doi:10.1093/comnet/cnu047 fatcat:heszfzbq55fkheglauvu2bvtma

The Network Spectacle [chapter]

2018 Social Capital Online: Alienation and Accumulation  
The goal will be to discuss the movement from the notion of the spectacle and simulacrum to that of the social algorithm, and in this way provide more of a 'meta' understanding of the implications of online  ...  This chapter takes up the issue of whether more of us are being caught up in a kind of network spectacle whereby all that is digitally networked must, by definition, be good -including social life.  ...  Much of social media's production is caught up in a relay circuit of images that come to replace the real. • The network spectacle controls the space in which the discourse occurs, as well as the discourse  ... 
doi:10.16997/book16.g fatcat:ob63ignkuffovnngwkbrmvazfu

Designing Networked Publics for Communicative Action

Sebastian Benthall
2015 Interface A special topics journal  
In the first major section, I will show how normative claims from social theory can inspire the technical design of public communications infrastructure.  ...  On-line social network sites are a major organ of civic life. For many, they are a primary source of news and locus of political discussion.  ...  The field of network science, which combines mathematical graph theory with social network analysis, has flourished because of the availability of data from social network sites.  ... 
doi:10.7710/2373-4914.1003 fatcat:nkabfamyrbhwph5kjmwc4rag5m

Social media and social networking applications for teaching and learning

Michelle Mei Ling Yeo
2014 European Journal of Science and Mathematics Education  
This paper aims to better understand the experiences of the youth and the educators with the tapping of social media like YouTube videos and the social networking application of Facebook for teaching and  ...  To find out the viability of the uses of YouTube videos and Facebook postings as informative and communicative tools, this paper employs a case study of a qualitative method of informal interviews with  ...  Since the students like learning socially together through the network of peers, friends and the knowledge community, like their lecturers, sharing and in learning from one another as espoused in the theoretical  ... 
doi:10.30935/scimath/9400 fatcat:ibdszysmu5hi3gl2w6judyqdoy

Public Forum 2.0

Lyrissa Barnett Lidsky
2011 Social Science Research Network  
the role of governments in configuring communication spaces for democratic discourse.  ...  , for example, is the dominant social networking platform in the United States.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1787962 fatcat:2jjklgwpznflbi4626dytlbjlm

Creative Network Communities in the Translocal Space of Digital Networks

Rasa Smite
2013 Human Technology: An Interdisciplinary Journal on Humans in ICT Environments  
I coined the term creative networks to distinguish these early creative and social activities from today's popular social networking.  ...  Thus I aimed to interpret the meaning of social action; the motivation of creative community actors, their main fields of activities and social organization forms; and the potential that these early developments  ...  For instance, during the early stage of the Internet (i.e., the Web 1.0 period), the aims were related to the development of the Web in general and its critical discourse in particular; the social networks  ... 
doi:10.17011/ht/urn.201305211720 fatcat:gajgmfn7rfe5hicharkt2jpp3i

Social Networks, Media and Audiences: A Literature Review

Francisco Javier Pérez Latre, Idoia Portilla, Cristina Sánchez Blanco
2011 Communication & Society  
This literature review tries to underline some of the most salient topics in the emerging academic conversation about social media. Its goal is to identify interesting research areas in the field  ...  Social networks like Facebook, YouTube and Twitter are capturing media and scholarly attention.  ...  In 2008 Facebook and LinkedIn began to offer the possibility of conducting market research inside their social network.  ... 
doaj:421557b715a04921837d413dfd4ac6bc fatcat:imcejubetna7vh6iyhypnur6re

MARKETING COMMUNICATION MODEL FOR SOCIAL NETWORKS

Martin Klepek, Halina Starzyczná
2018 Journal of Business Economics and Management  
Social network Facebook was chosen as the most widespread not only locally but also globally.  ...  Secondly, we expanded the physical technical environment of the social network by the abstract brand community in which not only customers but the employees form a vital part.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank both anonymous reviewers for their valuable comments and feedback.  ... 
doi:10.3846/jbem.2018.6582 fatcat:jjis74q5lzebfnkwzlm4uokrbe

Translation Genius and Social Networks

Innara Guseynova, Moscow State Linguistic University, Alexey Gorozhanov, Elena Kudinova, Moscow State Linguistic University, Moscow State Linguistic University
2021 Vestnik Volgogradskogo Gosudarstvennogo Universiteta. Seriâ 2. Âzykoznanie  
The analysis is based on material from German social networks, their content being the subject matter for the modern translator who is a specialist in cross-cultural and cross-lingual communication.  ...  Considering the controversial content of social networks, the authors of the paper come to the conclusion that it is necessary to develop the code of ethics for the social networks translator.  ...  Translation of social network content lead to the translator involuntarily becoming a 'hostage' of the formats, which leads to his emotional workload, which in some cases reduces the qualitative and quantitative  ... 
doi:10.15688/jvolsu2.2021.3.5 fatcat:ow66tiuaknhrxiwgjgkujoelpu

Social Networks and the Challenge of Hate Disguised as Fear and Politics

Adam Klein
2021 Journal for Deradicalization  
This case study examines social networks as the modern intersections of radical discourse and political extremism.  ...  But, as this research will show, extremist content in social networks, even that which has telegraphed violent hate crimes, is seldom communicated in textbook forms bigotry or provocations of violence.  ...  from fringe websites like Stormfront, to social networks like Twitter and Facebook.  ... 
doaj:a982cc5e88ff452085132404a598d3ac fatcat:g5xv3hcfnbc7lmpievfnekjr3a

Affective Networks

Jodi Dean
2010 MediaTropes  
It explores the circulation of intensities in contemporary information and communication networks, arguing that this circulation should be theorized in terms of the psychoanalytic notion of the drive.  ...  This article sets out the idea of affective networks as a constitutive feature of communicative capitalism.  ...  As it designates the plasticity of the objects to which we become attached, the repetitive movements of our attachment through networks, and the extremes and disequilibria inextricable from the circuits  ... 
doaj:a71e7a4a7a4d4a6e99fa53dcc4f645df fatcat:qat5watlvbgq5kztfzqajaccly
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