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Detecting fake news in social media

Meeyoung Cha, Wei Gao, Cheng-Te Li
2020 Communications of the ACM  
Among the false rumors was an image, which had been described as a map of radioactive discharge emanating into the Pacific Ocean, as illustrated in the accompanying figure.  ...  . • Feature-engineering method: One of the first data-driven research projects on fake news was initiated in East Asia, 3 which tried to build a classifier to debunk fake news using features crafted  ... 
doi:10.1145/3378422 fatcat:dabcbhuaffh3larzkuytglpl54

Contextualizing the Effective Use of Social Media Network for Collaborative Learning: An Affordance Perspective

Lakmali Jayarathna, Rebekah Eden, Erwin Fielt, Alireza Nili
2020 Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems  
Use of Social Media Networks (SMN) in higher education is a key strategy for improving collaborative learning.  ...  Overall, we extend research on effective use demonstrating the important role of affordances and their actualization.  ...  use from an affordance actualization perspective.  ... 
dblp:conf/pacis/JayarathnaEFN20 fatcat:4qxy34yorbefpdbkwbfvgbrezu

Improving Information Security Training: An Intercultural Perspective

Miloslava Plachkinova, Steven Andrés
2015 Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems  
First, we offer an intercultural perspective to InfoSec.  ...  By measuring the number of security incidents in both groups over the course of several years, future researchers may confirm the benefits of an intercultural perspective to InfoSec training.  ... 
dblp:conf/pacis/PlachkinovaA15 fatcat:xignzdjhdjghrhdwgwo6oo65bu

Performance Impacts of E-Government: An International Perspective

Shirish C. Srivastava, Thompson S. H. Teo
2006 Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems  
Through this research, we make some important contributions and implications for researchers, practitioners and policy makers.  ...  Hence, business competitiveness emerges as an important aspect for realizing the social welfare benefits of e-Government.  ...  Our study is a case in point and exhorts future researchers to use other cross country secondary data sources to make inferences about e-Government from a global perspective.  ... 
dblp:conf/pacis/SrivastavaT06 fatcat:ppfflegtfjahppwzjtel2svzjq

Consumer preferences for commercial Web site design: an Asia‐Pacific perspective

Xia Yang, Zafar U. Ahmed, Morry Ghingold, Goh Sock Boon, Tham Su Mei, Lim Lee Hwa
2003 Journal of Consumer Marketing  
To address the paucity of e-commerce research undertaken in the Asia-Pacific region, as compared to Western countries, the data were collected in Singapore.  ...  Managerial and research implications of the study are then discussed. An executive summary for managers and executive readers can be found at the end of this article E!  ...  (A pre Âcis of the article``Consumer preferences for commercial Web site design: an Asia-Pacific perspective''. Supplied by Marketing Consultants for Emerald.)  ... 
doi:10.1108/07363760310456928 fatcat:52pglfxtgfewtim7u6nodf7kt4

Biting Newcomers to Improve Collaborative Learning System: An Opportunity Cost Perspective

Myunsoo Kim, Byungtae Lee
2013 Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems  
system efficiency by reducing unnecessary duplicate postings resulting from opportunistic behavior and explains why extrinsic rewards may fail to improve use of a collaborative learning system due to an  ...  In the opportunity cost perspective, extrinsic rewards can compensate opportunity cost.  ...  Since Nonaka (2000) , many researchers have warned that the opportunity cost of using KMS may hamper overall firm performance because significant time and resources must be used to search and transfer  ... 
dblp:conf/pacis/KimL13a fatcat:ggvdwfvofveebbwmt3s5jv4jv4

Building an Asia-Pacific Peace Community from a Human Security Perspective

Sorpong Peou
2016 International Studies Review  
Although much has been written about human security in East Asia, no serious effort has been made to make human security the key conceptual foundation of a regional peace community in the Asia-Pacific.  ...  This paper argues that the development of a regional peace community requires a high degree of human security that only stable democratic states are capable of providing.  ...  Neoliberal, network and normative institutionalist perspectives as well as commercial liberalism thus can explain some positive security developments in the Asia Pacific region, but their explanatory power  ... 
doi:10.1163/2667078x-01701001 fatcat:422inivspzawbefip3wnhejnhe

Developing Green It Capability: An Absorptive Capacity Perspective

Vanessa A. Cooper, Alemayehu Molla
2012 Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems  
, transform and exploit thisto identify the processes of, and the factors that influence, an IT organisation's Green IT capability.  ...  This research adopts the theory of absorptive capacitya dynamic capability that represents the ability of the IT organisation to recognise the value of identifying new and external information, assimilate  ...  Much research in Green IT has assumed an adopter or customer-oriented perspective however non-customer stakeholder perspectives are important (Gummesson 2008) .  ... 
dblp:conf/pacis/CooperM12 fatcat:ukrntmcfabg3jazndxr65lgwty

Understanding the Epidemiology of Heart Failure to Improve Management Practices: An Asia-Pacific Perspective

Jeyamalar Rajadurai, Hung-Fat Tse, Chao-Hung Wang, Ning-I Yang, Jingmin Zhou, David Sim
2017 Journal of Cardiac Failure  
In Asia-Pacific regions, HF is associated with a significant socioeconomic burden and high rates of hospital admission.  ...  Heart failure (HF) is a major global healthcare problem with an estimated prevalence of approximately 26 million.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors were assisted in preparing the manuscript by Derek Lavery and Sharon Smalley (CircleScience, an Ashfield company, part of UDG Healthcare plc), funded by Novartis Pharma AG,  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cardfail.2017.01.004 pmid:28111226 fatcat:lfpoevd4ujhtpcbl2ktc6ro7qa

The Whaling Dispute in the South Pacific: An Australian Perspective

Ruth Davis
2011 Journal of East Asia and International Law  
while seeking an end to lethal scientific research.  ...  The Australian application notes that this figure "compares with a total of 840 whales killed globally by Japan for scientific research in the 31-year period prior to the moratorium." 104 The JARPA II  ... 
doi:10.14330/jeail.2011.4.2.08 fatcat:45ki5sviwfbnrp53yjufmn4yjq

IT-Enabled Capabilities for Sustainable Supply Chain Management: An Affordance Theory Perspective

Imairi Eitiveni, Sherah Kurnia, Rajkumar Buyya
2018 Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems  
There is an increasing consumer pressure to improve the environmental and social impacts of supply chain activities, forcing organisations to adopt sustainable supply chain practices.  ...  Introduction Supply chain is a network of activities that delivers finished products or services to the customers (Simchi-Levi et al. 2009) .  ...  Sustainability benchmarking capability is "the ability of an organisation to compare the sustainability performance across various units (internal) and supply chain members (external)" (Kurnia et al.  ... 
dblp:conf/pacis/EitiveniKB18 fatcat:x3avgp5rxjd5fgdvva37bvdc6i

Real-world management and patient perspectives on QOL with neuroendocrine tumors: An ANZ perspective

Michael Michael, Lorraine Chantrill, Timothy Price, David L Chan, Kate Wakelin, Meredith Cummins
2021 Asia-Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology  
referred to as gastroenteropancreatic NETs (GEPNETs). 1 The age-standardized incidence rate in Australia has nearly doubled in the period between 1982 and 2020, from 8.9 cases per 100,000 population to an  ...  and the diagnostic impact of somatostatin receptor imaging ( 68 Ga-DOTATATE positron emission tomography). 5 Prognosis is dependent upon the primary site, disease extent, and histological grade This is an  ...  FUNDING Speakers at the NET 2020 meeting received an honorarium from Novartis Pharmaceuticals Australia.  ... 
doi:10.1111/ajco.13587 pmid:33851520 fatcat:5dzfnl5eirfkhhjwn7gvcwv72u

Proactive Privacy Practices In The Trend Of Ubiquitous Services: An Integrative Social Contracts Perspective

Shu-Ching Wang, Jen-Her Wu
2011 Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems  
In the context of u-services, customers are always connected seamlessly in contextawareness networks so that a higher degree of customized and personalized services can be timely provided.  ...  integrative social contracts theory, this study undertakes to explore a proactive privacy practices framework that embraces technical and nontechnical elements such as human, legal, and economic relevant perspectives  ...  The overarching contribution of this study is to an emerging research stream on proactive privacy practices, to which it contributes an original theoretical explanation for how an ESP"s proactive privacy  ... 
dblp:conf/pacis/WangW11a fatcat:i6f5a63pnnc2xcrylrd2tgwrye

Measuring the Performance of eCommerce Websites– An Owner 's Perspective

Ahmad Ghandour, George George, Kenneth R Deans
2011 Pacific Asia Journal of the Association for Information Systems  
The authors of this study adopted an owner perspective to develop and empirically test a model of website performance measurement. The results suggest that performance is a second order factor model.  ...  For eCommerce websites, there has been a limited understanding of how to measure performance even though it has been researched in many ways and in various contexts over the past decade.  ...  -An Owner's Perspective / Ghandour et al.Pacific Asia Journal of the Association for Information SystemsVol. 3 No. 1, pp.1-27 / March 2011 Pacific Asia Journal of the Association for InformationSystems  ... 
doi:10.17705/1pais.03101 fatcat:2wkj4mybkrhtxh4lskfcpa77cu

Factors Impacting Information Security Risk Management in IT Outsourcing: An Agency Theory Perspective

Baber Majid Bhatti, Sameera Mubarak, Sev V. Nagalingam
2021 Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems  
The investigation applied the technology-organisationenvironment framework supplemented with agency theory to suit the ITO context of this research.  ...  The researchers have long raised information security risk management (ISRM) among the top concerns in ITO. This paper investigates the factors impacting ISRM in ITO.  ...  Research Methodology A qualitative approach was selected since an in-depth investigation of the research question was required.  ... 
dblp:conf/pacis/BhattiMN21 fatcat:j4lnkn7zrbfednsu5bgfdcrimi
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