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On The Way To Platial Analysis: Can Geosocial Media Provide The Necessary Impetus? - Proceedings Of The First Workshop On Platial Analysis (Platial'18)

Rene Westerholt, Franz-Benjamin Mocnik, Alexander Zipf
2018 Zenodo  
The PLATIAL'18 workshop makes a significant contribution towards establishing a notion of place and is meant to be the starting point for a series of future events.  ...  These include "Conceptual Anatomy of Place", "Disclosing Places from Human Discourse", "Bridging Space and Place", and "Exploratory and Visual Analytics of Place".  ...  Alexander Dunkel for providing the Flickr data for the sample. ORCID Mathias Gröbe https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9849-8676  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1475269 fatcat:a2kuqn6qibggza7ucyaihijcfe

Why Bad Books Matter: Past and Future Directions for Understanding Reactionary Ideology

Richard Shorten
2020 Politics, Religion & Ideology  
But note there is an important distinction between what in my own scheme amounts to privileging reactionary self-understanding (the wrong side of History) and reactionary self-labelling.  ...  The spirit of the article is exploratory.  ... 
doi:10.1080/21567689.2019.1697873 fatcat:lieegx553nd3pcw5riqufjx3jq

Parallel computing works!

Marcin Paprzycki
1996 IEEE Parallel & Distributed Technology Systems & Applications  
We have implemented two such algorithms, "self-labeling" and "global equivalencing". 12.6.4 Self-labeling We shall refer to this algorithm a:-' _elf-labeling", since each site figures out which cluster  ...  Hence, the amount of communication (and calculation) involved in doing the self-labeling, which is proportional to the number of iterations times the perimeter of the sub-lattice, goes like L for an L  ...  Initially, a small popula- An 11 x 9 array with block-linear rows (B = 2) and scattered columns on a 4 x 4 logical process grid.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mpdt.1996.7102339 fatcat:r6x46zu2pfd4rin4qpzt7ftqqq

Shaping Code

Jay P. Kesan, Rajiv C. Shah
2002 Social Science Research Network  
For self-labeling to work, there needed to be a critical mass. Self-labeling would be ineffective if it only covered a small portion of the web.  ...  An Analysis of EPA's Emissions Trading Program, 6 YALE J.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.328920 fatcat:pdubxx2jrrbmrbwwtmb3rjhcuu

The new environmental scholarship [chapter]

Andrew J. Hoffman
Finding Purpose: Environmental Stewardship as a Personal Calling  
pursuing systematic, quantitative research may fail to self-label their work as empirical.  ...  If an article engaged in both exploratory data analysis and hypothesis testing, we coded it for hypothesis testing.  ... 
doi:10.9774/gleaf.9781783533732_16 fatcat:eecfa5o4jzcxfawnv56wdaf3n4

"Empirical Environmental Scholarship"

Fischman, Robert L.; Barbash-Riley, Lydia
2018
pursuing systematic, quantitative research may fail to self-label their work as empirical.  ...  If an article engaged in both exploratory data analysis and hypothesis testing, we coded it for hypothesis testing.  ... 
doi:10.15779/z38t14tp6v fatcat:xthctkrbfrfsncwzf47ow6o6zi

Crossing Fields Anthroposophical End-Of-Life Care in Switzerland [chapter]

Barbara Zeugin, Dorothea Lüddeckens, Monika Schrimpf, Dorothea Lüddeckens, Monika Schrimpf
2018 Medicine - Religion - Spirituality  
Some political contexts support selflabeling as non-religious, for example, as part of the public education system, whereas others support self-labeling as religious, for example, to obtain the benefits  ...  ETHNOGRAPHIC MATERIAL: SAMPLE AND ANALYSIS This article is based on material generated in the exploratory phase of my PhD project, which stretched over a period of four years (2014 to 2018). 8 The main  ...  List of Authors Bruchhausen, Walter is a Research Fellow in the Institute for the History and Ethics of Medicine, University of Cologne, Germany.  ... 
doi:10.14361/9783839445822-008 fatcat:oqmxmw5usjfd5o6cmndzrnwjsm

Introduction Observing the Entanglement of Medicine, Religion, and Spirituality through the Lens of Differentiation [chapter]

Dorothea Lüddeckens, Monika Schrimpf, Dorothea Lüddeckens, Monika Schrimpf
2018 Medicine - Religion - Spirituality  
Some political contexts support selflabeling as non-religious, for example, as part of the public education system, whereas others support self-labeling as religious, for example, to obtain the benefits  ...  ETHNOGRAPHIC MATERIAL: SAMPLE AND ANALYSIS This article is based on material generated in the exploratory phase of my PhD project, which stretched over a period of four years (2014 to 2018). 8 The main  ...  List of Authors Bruchhausen, Walter is a Research Fellow in the Institute for the History and Ethics of Medicine, University of Cologne, Germany.  ... 
doi:10.14361/9783839445822-002 fatcat:yynfhfipj5an7czwj26gtiva2i

PRIVATE LAND CONSERVATION, REGIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE, SOCIALSHEDS, AND SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS: THEORY AND APPLICATIONS IN WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA

Brittain Sluder
2021
He received the Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship for Indonesia and a Fulbright-Hays grant for a summer of intensive language study in the Central Javan town of Salatiga.  ...  This novel framework is applied to a social network analysis of private land conservation actors in Western North Carolina.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Thanks be to: my committee for their unwavering support and guidance my partner for letting me drag this out for three years and so many others.  ... 
doi:10.7298/tah0-0313 fatcat:optncz65pnc43pdkofd3jhblra

CONTRIBUTORS TO THIS VOLUME ANALYSES OF CONCEPT LEARNING EDITED BY This volume contains papers presented at a Conference on Analyses of Concept Learning, sponsored by the Research and Development Center for Learning and Re-education of the THE FORMAL ANALYSIS OF CONCEPTS

E Archer, David Ausubel, Nancy Bayley, Cynthia Deutsch, Howard Fehr, Robert Gagné, James Jenkins, Arthur Jensen, Jerome Kagan, Stanley Kegler, Kenneth Lovell, Philip Merrifield (+20 others)
1968 unpublished
For a second example of formal analysis using logic, I shall choose the analysis of a word, as an example of what Carnap calls the step by step reduction of concepts to more fundamental concepts.  ...  Related to this analysis he discusses some methods for classifying concepts.  ...  The child is also learning to apply self-labels to himself, and the central core of this set of self-labels is derived from the fact that he believes he shares similarity with particular models.  ... 
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Exploring issues of identity for adult haematology oncology patients

Jennifer Marie Lior Stephens
2018
This qualitative study was undertaken to generate knowledge about this important concern in a way that would ultimately inform an understanding of how to improve the patient experience of care with regards  ...  Interpretive description served as the methodological framework which guided a data collection and analysis strategy composed of five consecutive layers.  ...  Instead they used a variety of phrases such as: It has just so many connotations.  "I How someone self-labelled was a major social indicator of identity since it communicated individual experience and  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0365813 fatcat:wdw5h75b35arraqztium2tj6cy

Subsidiarity's Quest for Meaning: Understanding the Political Culture of Subsidiarity in Australia, Canada, Germany and the United Kingdom

Jacob Charles Deem, University, My, Alexander Brown
2018
Exploring public attitudes is an important departure from previous approaches, which have almost exclusively relied on analysis of constitutions, court decisions and government policy to understand the  ...  , and because some argue it has little benefit or importance for society (i.e. it is meaningless).  ...  exercise in self-labelling.  ... 
doi:10.25904/1912/1949 fatcat:sluk5blmf5cxjnu6uizrsyujle

The EU-centred commodity chain in canned tuna and upgrading in Seychelles

Liam Campling
2012
Conceptual approaches to the study of a diverse range of commodities, from coffee to cars and from tourism to cinema, are variably (self-)labelled: 'filières' (Raikes et al. 2000 , Bernstein 1996 , 'commodity  ...  Our analysis of this set of institutional relations is based upon substantial primary research.  ...  durability because the product was more easily broken during rough periods at sea.  ... 
doi:10.25501/soas.00015948 fatcat:vamt2csvezakbdszu4gmp5e64y

Self-renovating neighbourhoods as an alternative to the false choice of gentrification or decline

Jess Steele
2022
Self-renovating neighbourhoods (SRN) is a term for DIY collective efficacy and an asset-based approach applied to long-standing neighbourhood problems arising from state and/or market 'failure', blindness  ...  Using existing and new research material, the thesis constructs Granby in Liverpool as a 'classic' case, a 'jumping off point' for a deeper dive into the autoactionography' of SRN in White Rock, Hastings  ...  In Hastings this has been taken further, both with the invention of Hastings Commons as a self-labelling tactic to capture and communicate the approach and with the organisational innovation of the ecosystem  ... 
doi:10.25392/leicester.data.20036894 fatcat:dcodaihfknek3paahaavgrilfy

Medicine - religion - spirituality : global perspectives on traditional, complementary, and alternative healing

S.N.
2018
Some political contexts support selflabeling as non-religious, for example, as part of the public education system, whereas others support self-labeling as religious, for example, to obtain the benefits  ...  ETHNOGRAPHIC MATERIAL: SAMPLE AND ANALYSIS This article is based on material generated in the exploratory phase of my PhD project, which stretched over a period of four years (2014 to 2018). 8 The main  ...  List of Authors Bruchhausen, Walter is a Research Fellow in the Institute for the History and Ethics of Medicine, University of Cologne, Germany.  ... 
doi:10.5167/uzh-162065 fatcat:pznf236rmjfp3lm66he7ddti5a