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From translation to navigation of different discourses: A model of search term selection during the pre‐online stage of the search process

Mirja Iivonen, Diane H. Sonnenwald
1998 Journal of the American Society for Information Science  
We propose a model of the search term selection pro-  ...  In this article, we propose a model of the search term mental aspects of multiple discourses in order to select search terms, particularly in the pre-online stage of search selection process based on our  ...  The only way to combine search terms was to use Boolean lected during the pre-online stage of the search process.  ... 
doi:10.1002/(sici)1097-4571(19980401)49:4<312::aid-asi3>3.3.co;2-e fatcat:4itucgnsxzfa3lfmlwl5mrbera

From translation to navigation of different discourses: A model of search term selection during the pre-online stage of the search process

Mirja Iivonen, Diane H. Sonnenwald
1998 Journal of the American Society for Information Science  
We propose a model of the search term selection pro-  ...  In this article, we propose a model of the search term mental aspects of multiple discourses in order to select search terms, particularly in the pre-online stage of search selection process based on our  ...  The only way to combine search terms was to use Boolean lected during the pre-online stage of the search process.  ... 
doi:10.1002/(sici)1097-4571(19980401)49:4<312::aid-asi3>3.0.co;2-n fatcat:4hhnzwhevrefxj6ujnk2mwb2m4

Digits, Discourse, and Documentation: Performance Research and Hypermedia

Steve Dixon
1999 TDR: The Drama Review  
New opportunities will come to pass only if control of the technology is taken from the technologist and given to those who understand human beings, human interaction, communication, pleasure and pain.  ...  The stage design combines the two media: a front-projection screen with hidden doors and windows, within which live action takes place-the notion of "theatre within a movie screen" (plate 1).  ...  by selecting to view rehearsals and performances at progressive stages of development.  ... 
doi:10.1162/105420499320582213 fatcat:beb6shy6gja6domsrtuupin2ni

The Discourse Community's Cut [chapter]

Bernard Perron, Hugo Montembeault, Andréane Morin-Simard, Carl Therrien
2019 Intermedia Games—Games Inter Media  
to include cut-scenes in the literal sense of the term: brief non-playable intermissions that "cut" away from the action to present a kind of staged "scene" depicting Pac-Man and his monsters chasing each  ...  The academic discourse: cross-fade from fi lm to game studies? Searching for keywords related to "montage" in academic discourse on video games does not lead to many texts.  ... 
doi:10.5040/9781501330520.ch-002 fatcat:7nraxk3i25gepnmdrwkoo7ofui

D4.2 Report on Discourse-Aware Machine Translation for Audiovisual Data

Maija Hirvonen, Maarit Koponen, Umut Sulubacak, Jörg Tiedemann
2019 Zenodo  
In this deliverable, we start by breaking down the most salient phenomena to explain their relevance, and presenting a brief survey of successful approaches to discourse-aware machine translation, followed  ...  This formulation is unable to reliably determine referential discourse phenomena such as anaphora and connectives, which creates a barrier to the production of cohesive and coherent language.  ...  The authors wish to acknowledge CSC -IT Center for Science, Finland, for generous computational resources.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3690764 fatcat:yrgoykfj4jbnzjrpdt6iw4qgo4

Semiotic Practice and Internet Freedom Discourse [chapter]

William J. Carrasco
2012 Semiotics  
Today, the semiotics of discourse offers us a point of view that neutralizes the difference between text and context: "to adopt the point of view of discourse, is to admit from the start that all of the  ...  I will use French terms hrayage, dehrayage, and embrayage instead of the terms gagement, disengagement, and engagement used in Heidi Bostic's translation of Semiotics of Discourse in order to avoid confusion  ...  A negotiation that takes place in order to establish Internet mles and regulations is in fact a negotiation of the modalities ^ My translation. ^ As the GNU project points outs, "Software differs from  ... 
doi:10.5840/cpsem20122 fatcat:amikdyswbnhcrf2lgta5mttqse

Law Journals: From Discourse to Pedagogy

Ilija Vickovich
2015 Legal education review  
The author has used a model based on a selection process for a small group of student editors.  ...  The TLOs will now be addressed in terms of their relatedness to three stages of law journal production (pre-review, review and post-review) and in general overview. 1 Pre-Review A call for papers will  ...  The thinking stage, or abstract conceptualisation, follows, during which the learner uses analytical skills to extract lessons from the experience that may be applied to further or other experiences.  ... 
doi:10.53300/001c.6296 fatcat:w5ad7theona4nju4ii4slhmjhe

Linguistic DNA: Investigating Conceptual Change in Early Modern English Discourse

Susan Fitzmaurice, Justyna A. Robinson, Marc Alexander, Iona C. Hine, Seth Mehl, Fraser Dallachy
2017 Studia Neophilologica  
We outline our computational processes, which build upon the theoretical definition of discursive concepts, to discover the linguistically encoded forms underpinning the discursive concepts we seek to  ...  Finally, we share preliminary results via a worked example, exploring the discursive contexts in which paradigmatic terms of key cultural concepts emerge.  ...  Processes of concept modelling: Computational distributional semantics In order to identify concepts by inspecting the language itself rather than starting with a selected term or keyword and investigating  ... 
doi:10.1080/00393274.2017.1333891 fatcat:pgn4ef5pb5akxel4qwsuxmwfju

Academic Entrepreneurship: Gendered Discourses and Ghettos

Ylva Fältholm, Lena Abrahamsson, Eva Källhammer
2010 Journal of Technology Management & Innovation  
Notwithstanding that a discourse might be global, however, it is not always hegemonic, as it competes with alternative discourses and is translated and modified to adapt to local discourses and practices  ...  Swedish and international higher education is in the process of changing identity; from state-financed monopolies to more selffinanced institutions.  ...  The field respondents were from Faculties of Agriculture (30.8%), Science (38.8%) and Engineering/ Technology (30.4%).  ... 
doi:10.4067/s0718-27242010000100004 fatcat:exivwgvlsna7be5rqshbiuvtwq

Discourse 2.0: Language and new mediaTannenDeborahTresterAnna Marie (eds), Discourse 2.0: Language and new media, Georgetown University Press: Washington, DC, 2013; 258 pp.: ISBN 9781589019546, $44.95 (pbk)

Karen Correia Da Silva
2014 New Media & Society  
In addition, we greatly appreciate the careful reading of our chapter and comments and suggestions that we received from Deborah Tannen.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I am grateful to all the students in my classes who helped me understand their own and their peers' uses of digital media in their personal interactions, especially those whose examples  ...  The effects of mock performatives are analyzed in terms of a discourse-pragmatic model.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1461444814524163b fatcat:lix7m4khk5ep3f7d3ftd3psx3q

Discourses of the digital divide

Kevin McSorley
2001 Philosophers' magazine  
, exemplified in the idea of connection to an autonomous and inevitable networking logic, is coming to dominate a sense of contemporary ethical possibility, political imagination and the government of  ...  Consistent rules of discursive formation are identified across discourses: the ethical equivalence of a concern with the social and the promotion of the techno-economic, and a teleological conception of  ...  During the online debate then, many of the replies open by providing an evaluative judgement on the suitability of the question or opinion offered, as the differing replies to the following questions indicate  ... 
doi:10.5840/tpm200114134 fatcat:3fzmpakfpfhwbc2qrvohmill4q

Constructing "Hmong American Youth": A Critical Discourse Analysis of 25 Years of Academic Literature on Hmong American Youth

Kao Nou L. Moua, Pa Der Vang
2015 Child & Youth Services  
Our search terms included: Hmong American youth, Hmong adolescent, United States, and Hmong teenager. Our search yielded 90 articles, ranging from 1986 to 2013.  ...  Our analysis of the text resulted in different framings of Hmong youth during these time periods.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0145935x.2015.1015873 fatcat:o4zcjbxpo5a2zcfe6xrxul4pcm

Discourses and Disciplines in the Enlightenment: Topic Modeling the French Encyclopédie

Glenn Roe, Clovis Gladstone, Robert Morrissey
2016 Frontiers in Digital Humanities  
Using these earlier experiments with supervised machine-learning models as a point of reference, we introduce the notion of topic modeling as a "discourse analysis tool" for Enlightenment studies.  ...  In so doing, we draw upon the tradition of post-structuralist French discourse analysis, one of the first fields to embrace computational approaches to discursive text analysis.  ...  acKnOWleDgMenTs The authors would like to acknowledge the generous financial and intellectual support provided by the University of Chicago's ARTFL Project over the duration of this research project.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fdigh.2015.00008 fatcat:ky7e47eyvvh7fo5xpgt43orloe

Digital Learning, Discourse, and Ideology [chapter]

Sarah Hayes
2017 Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory  
The debt divide: The racial and class bias behind the "new normal" of student borrowing.  ...  The making of the indebted man: An essay on the neoliberal condition (trans: Joshua J. D). Los Angeles: Semiotext(e).  ...  Proust's In Search of Lost Time sets up a wholly different image of thought to the philosophical image of thought, and it is through understanding the processes contained in the writing of this book that  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-287-588-4_122 fatcat:xseqwos3kreb5obccojsgzugpa

The (im)materiality of literacy: the significance of subjectivity to new literacies research

Cathy Burnett, Guy Merchant, Kate Pahl, Jennifer Rowsell
2012 Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education  
We draw, from Kress (1997), the insight that children quite naturally use a number of modes to make meaning from an ensemble of semiotic resources.  ...  For example, we see an interweaving of different journeys: the children's memories of walking through a real street are overlayered, or mediated by, journeys to and from the screen and their on-screen  ...  It is commonplace to think of online contexts in spatial terms: we 'search' and 'navigate' the Internet for example, forging pathways through what seem like infinite textual places and building communal  ... 
doi:10.1080/01596306.2012.739469 fatcat:oco6bwg6frbajpuqree6sau7he
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