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Pierre Andrews, Vanessa Murdock, Adam Rae, Francesco De Natale, Sven Buschbeck, Anthony Jameson, Kerstin Bischoff, Claudiu S. Firan, Claudia Niederée, Vasileios Mezaris, Spiros Nikolopoulos
2012 Proceedings of the 21st international conference companion on World Wide Web - WWW '12 Companion  
The idea of the European project GLOCAL is to use events as the central concept for search, organization and combination of multimedia content from various sources.  ...  Figure 2: (A) A filtered and partly collapsed representation of the 2010 soccer World Cup as a hierarchy of events); (B) The user has zoomed in on a single game and clicked on the "media" links for two  ...  Media and Events One of the cornerstones of the event-based organization and retrieval of media is the analysis of the media content itself; with the objective to automatically understand the events captured  ... 
doi:10.1145/2187980.2188013 dblp:conf/www/AndrewsNBJBFNMNMR12 fatcat:zhksq5dnorexvmf5ynpd4ez4iq

Semantic Web Based Dynamic Energy Analysis and Forecasts in Manufacturing Engineering [chapter]

Ken Wenzel, Jörg Riegel, Andreas Schlegel, Matthias Putz
2011 Glocalized Solutions for Sustainability in Manufacturing  
of products, operations and equipment.  ...  The described method serves as a starting point for the creation of tailored simulation models for energy consumption forecasts that can be used in the planning phase of manufacturing systems.  ...  These models are intended for guiding and simplifying data exploration tasks like retrieval of media consumption data related to the creation of weld seams or other types of assembly features.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-19692-8_88 fatcat:gsei4ca73zbilpo2ycde3pst3u

What Would McLuhan Say about the Smartphone? Applying McLuhan's Tetrad to the Smartphone

2016 Glocality  
The smartphone retrieves the use of cameras and (e-)books, reviving the linear focus on the medium.  ...  McLuhan's tetrad serves as a framework for analysis, consisting of a set of four effects to examine media in their historical context and present environment as well as the characteristics and attributes  ...  Based on this, he also formulated the ideas of "hot media" which are media that are high in definition and do not ask high participation of the audience, e.g. film, and "cool" media which ask more participation  ... 
doi:10.5334/glo.9 fatcat:zl3frsyhsnb5jo56alqhyphwte

Global technologies, glocal approach: a false paradox

Valérie Schafer
2020 Esboços - Revista do Programa de Pós-Graduação em História da UFSC  
and user participation, as well as technical and human networks.  ...  We even suggest that studying the history of the places, people and communities that remain outside networks (whether by choice or by necessity) could tell us a lot about the global and asymmetric reality  ...  Indeed, ARPANET is based on several original ideas, such as creating a heterogeneous network by ending the use of centralized networks with computers made by the same manufacturer.  ... 
doi:10.5007/2175-7976.2020.e70598 fatcat:2xyc4n6csrh6de6b2jiveiuuqy

The Remote Village Square: Exploring The Potential Of Glocal Broadcasting Over The Internet

Elad Harison, Ofer Barkai
2015 Review of Business Information Systems (RBIS)  
The paper analyzes the potential of Internet-based regional broadcasting to enhance the attachment of communities of immigrants to their regional identity and culture.  ...  broadcasting as a glocal (i.e. both locally related and globally transmitted) medium of communication in the Internet era.  ...  inhabitants; the use of social networks (such as Instagram and Flickr) to retrieve local and regional sights of their homelands abroad; and the extent to which online media assist in fostering national  ... 
doi:10.19030/rbis.v19i1.9255 fatcat:iyspkevdqzbelckhp67v4bpatq

The "return" of performance art from a glocal perspective

Cláudia Madeira
2014 Cadernos de arte e antropologia  
One of the factors of this process is usually translated by the term "hybrid cycles" (Stross 1999) , through which a new cycle recovers historical and social characteristics of previous cycles, sometimes  ...  analyzing the cyclical dynamic of performance (social) art (an art that relies on notions of participation and even performative intervention in a public space) from a global perspective -from Portugal  ...  In this new period of social movements, the use of digital media technology and virtual communication networks has also become an instrument to disseminate performative messages with political slogans  ... 
doi:10.4000/cadernosaa.652 fatcat:wt2s2a4g3vaixnkwquope5p45i

Webtoon as a New Korean Wave in the Process of Glocalization

Wonho Jang, Jung Eun Song
2017 Kritika Kultura  
This study discusses the characteristics of Korean webtoons and their development using the concept of "glocal culture. " The glocalization of Korean cultural contents is the combined result of local socio-cultural  ...  Such glocalizing dynamics can be seen in the process of the consumption and creation of new forms of pop culture in the countries receiving Korean Wave products.  ...  The emergence of a global network society and its socio-cultural consequences such as individual empowerment, Retrieved from Back, Eun-ji (89).  ... 
doi:10.13185/kk2017.02908 fatcat:m3k6rxrjpjfzrjpjkobvem4ll4

Dimentions of Contemporary Postmodern Pilgrimage as Glocal Religious Cultural Heritage

Liana Galabova, BAS, Sofia, Bulgaria
2020 Cultural and Historical Heritage: Preservation, Representation, Digitalization  
Keywords: pilgrimage, religious tourism, glocal mobility, postmodernity, sacred sites, heritage perception, tourist reflections, accessibility of tourist sites  ...  Contemporary practices of recreational and confessional travel and visit of sacred sites of various denominations focus multitude of orientations and attitudes regarding religious cultural heritage.  ...  Confessional life used to be traditionally more focused in local church units and implying virtual awareness of belonging to glocal network, rather than influenced by post-socialist temptation to explore  ... 
doi:10.26615/issn.2367-8038.2020_1_007 fatcat:bk3ehfmwkfg5ldnzgkqoi2nzou

Prospects of library use data integration in campus information systems: A glocalized perspective

Stavroula Sant-Geronikolou, Daniel Martínez-Ávila
2019 El Profesional de la Informacion  
Social networking is clearly a major element of events like these and a difficult area to develop. Hence the importance of dinner.  ...  The first day of the conference was rounded off with a networking event at Urbis, a spectacular glass building in Manchester's cathedral gardens.  ...  This year's event began with pre-conference workshops which focused on writing articles for publication and on creating effective e-learning and e-learners.  ... 
doi:10.3145/epi.2019.jul.10 fatcat:npfl66vxa5fpxhxe5u4epgmhjq

Glocalization of "Christian Social Responsibility": The Contested Legacy of the Lausanne Movement among Neo-Evangelicals in South Korea1

Myung-Sahm Suh
2015 Religions  
In light of such diverse ramifications of the Congress at both the global and local level, this paper explores the various ways in which the idea of "Christian social responsibility" has been interpreted  ...  The meeting culminated with the proclamation of the Lausanne Covenant, which affirmed both evangelism and public involvement as essential elements of the Christian faith.  ...  church networks and the international media [42, 43] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/rel6041391 fatcat:cdjjww5pgzexhb3nyq57joiide

Glocalized Terrorism: A Predictive Study of Psychological Symptoms and Socioeconomic Status on Herdsmen Violent Attack in Anambra State

Emeka A. Nwankwo, Chinenye Queen Omenyi- Sam, . Ezeakabekwe, Samuel Uche, Lilian Emeka- Aforka
2020 Asian Research Journal of Arts & Social Sciences  
The study investigated glocalized terrorism as a predictive study of psychological symptoms and socioeconomic status on herdsmen violent attack in Anambra state.  ...  Their age ranged from 22 to71 years and their mean age was 23.20 with standard deviation of 4.07.  ...  Cronin [21] contends that glocalization incorporates various entering methods that have been misused by terrorist network.  ... 
doi:10.9734/arjass/2020/v11i230163 fatcat:up47es27cffz3ib22v7nonp7p4

A web-based user interface for interaction with hierarchically structured events

Sven Buschbeck, Anthony Jameson, Tanja Schneeberger, Robin Woll
2012 Proceedings of the 2012 ACM international conference on Intelligent User Interfaces - IUI '12  
This demo presents some innovations that have been introduced in a web-based interface to a repository of media and documents that are organized in terms of hierarchically structured events.  ...  Intelligent technologies have been used in various ways to support more effective representation and processing of media and documents in terms of the events that they refer to.  ... 2 GLOCAL: Event-based Retrieval of Networked Media, grant agreement 248984,  ... 
doi:10.1145/2166966.2167038 dblp:conf/iui/BuschbeckJSW12 fatcat:v7rqes552rgfzpc4tttapfb7iy

Mobile communication and social capital: an analysis of geographically differentiated usage patterns

Scott W. Campbell, Nojin Kwak
2010 New Media & Society  
Without doubt, mobile communication new media & society 12(3) 435-451  ...  the proximity of mobile contact.  ...  retrieval.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1461444809343307 fatcat:5uit7zfvznbrhhbmbf725woasu

Beacon for Freedom for Expression: Censorship Database "Reference Activism" in a Global Perspective [chapter]

Michelle Tisdel
2016 Librarianship and Intellectual Freedom  
The network consists of about 500 libraries.  ...  UNAL (UNESCO Network of Associated Libraries) was established in 1990 to promote cooperation between public libraries in areas such as human rights, peace and illiteracy and environmental protection.  ...  and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers. i Beacon for Freedom of Expression The international censorship database Beacon for Freedom of Expression is a free internet-based resource contains  ... 
doi:10.1201/b20002-13 fatcat:fq6erzhkv5hppkzxvbpjvszizm

Discussion [chapter]

2016 The Internet, Social Networks and Civic Engagement in Chinese Societies  
social media, for state legitimacy, the rise of issue-based networks, the growth of the public sphere, and various forms of civic engagement in China, Taiwan, and the global Chinese diaspora.  ...  This book draws on a variety of theoretical and methodological approaches to advance a balanced and context-rich understanding of the effects of digital media and communication technologies, especially  ...  Rather than the event-based approach adopted by Bondes and Schucher as well as by Tong and Zuo, Huang and Sun use an issue-based approach and analyze the structure of an issue network among homeowner associations  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315744117-21 fatcat:2nqfep36xrfm7pbitr2t4r5t4i
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