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Urry's Mobilities

William Bogard
2009 Surveillance & Society  
They have affected the way we can think about basic problems of identity formation, subjectivity, and the boundaries of social groups.  ...  Urry draws on the etymology of mobility and its multiple references, from simple movements of things and people, to mobs and crowds, socioeconomic mobilities, and migrations that can also include flows  ...  , ideas and information across the planet.  ... 
doi:10.24908/ss.v6i2.3262 fatcat:5gs2wm45uvbmtprsqydagqb6si

Globalization and Education

Parlo Singh
2004 Educational Theory  
How do social groups constitute collective identities from the rapid cultural flows of ideas, images, sensations and bodies across space in these globalized and globalizing times?  ...  imagined worlds constituted by social groups and movements as they appropriate, indigenize, and hybridize these images across space ('diasporas of hope, diasporas of terror, and diasporas of despair')  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.0013-2004.2004.00006.x fatcat:w6zjdlw25jd23ptpxb34u7uf7i

Knowledge exchange and social capital in supply chains

Indria Handoko, Mike Bresnen, Yanuar Nugroho
2018 International Journal of Operations & Production Management  
An exploratory case study approach is used to identify the effects of social capital across multiple organizational levels and to consider how these effects relate to the mode of supply chain governance  ...  Social capital had both enabling and inhibiting effects and these were dependent upon how social capital was constituted within and between organizations.  ...  It does so by reporting the results of exploratory research into how social capital within the buyer-supplier relationship influenced knowledge exchange at multiple levels and across different dimensions  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijopm-05-2016-0239 fatcat:7dzpkvcjjzfajdyt2clifyuh5m

Social network theory: new insights and issues for behavioral ecologists

Andrew Sih, Sean F. Hanser, Katherine A. McHugh
2009 Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology  
Until recently, few studies have used social network theory (SNT) and metrics to examine how social network structure (SNS) might influence social behavior and social dynamics in non-human animals.  ...  mating tactics, male-male competition, cooperation, reciprocal altruism, eavesdropping, kin selection, dominance hierarchies, social learning, information flow, social foraging, and cooperative antipredator  ...  Acknowledgements This paper emerged from a workshop on social network theory funded largely by the Animal Behavior Graduate Group at the University of California at Davis.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00265-009-0725-6 fatcat:msbyskouf5ge7hkzjhuswqp7da

New Digital Media and Flow: A Study of Experience

Daniel T. Gruner
2016 Creativity Theories – Research – Applications  
When comparing all media users across flow quadrants, creativity, meaning, engagement, and energy levels were highest in flow, and substantially decreased across the remaining quadrants.  ...  However, a more nuanced comparison of these outcomes revealed that high media users reported being marginally more creative and engaged during boredom, thereby identifying differences in how the two groups  ...  How might multitasking across platforms impact attention, flow, creativity, and engagement?  ... 
doi:10.1515/ctra-2016-0021 fatcat:5clekcizuvfdbn6nz22tk7tkgi

Hamilton's rule is essential but insufficient for understanding monogamy's role in social evolution

Peter Nonacs
2019 Royal Society Open Science  
High relatedness within a group helps guarantee that benefits of sociality flow to shared genes. However, this comes at a cost of lowered diversity for social heterosis [42] .  ...  If this results in sex-biased dispersal across groups, one would not expect similar levels of either reproductive skew or cooperative effort across the sexes [46] .  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsos.180913 pmid:30800348 pmcid:PMC6366207 fatcat:mhgiu3qqanbuxdu2tcljhr5izi

Popular Culture as Sites of Belonging and Healing [chapter]

Haeny Yoon, Lalitha Vasudevan
2021 The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Critical Perspectives on Mental Health  
(Dyson 2018) ; to create social connections with friends across and within gender, race, and ability groups (Dyson 1997) ; to critique a social world that limits children's participation, specifically  ...  Acknowledging that positive and negative consequences manifest in any participation across spaces and contextsschool, politics, social groups, digital platforms: what does it mean to take seriously the  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-12852-4_11-1 fatcat:spwxenisxncqnot5h5dft7s3sa

A Case Study of Knowledge Exchange in a Hierarchical Mechanism

Indria Handoko
2017 Gadjah Mada International Journal of Business  
its aim is to promote knowledge flow across levels.  ...  This research investigates knowledge exchange in an organization applying hierarchical mechanisms, and the influence of social interactions on knowledge flow across different levels of analysis.  ...  Yanuar Nugroho as Co-Supervisor in developing the idea of this paper, as part of the author's doctoral study.  ... 
doi:10.22146/gamaijb.22555 fatcat:dvkvp7ah3bbezfow3zlldhfvlu

Analyzing Online Teacher Networks

Mark S. Schlager, Umer Farooq, Judith Fusco, Patricia Schank, Nathan Dwyer
2008 Journal of Teacher Education  
We present preliminary data exploring bridges-network members who belong to two or more groups-to illuminate both the power and limitations of current tools and techniques for studying online social networks  ...  We argue that new frameworks, tools, and techniques are needed to understand and maximize the benefits of emerging online social networks of K-12 educators (and students).  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank Dan Suthers for his substantial contributions to the ideas presented, Christine Halverson for her conceptual insights, and Jasmine Lopez and Ruchi Bhanot for technical assistance  ... 
doi:10.1177/0022487108328487 fatcat:g33pyqql6rgufif2mmucdlym2a

Networked Performances with Ossia Score

Jean-Michaël Celerier, Pia Baltazar
2022 Zenodo  
Dubbed "interactive sequencer for the intermedia arts", it combines both the non-linear time-lines and the data-flow paradigms to allow artists to create rich evolving multimedia artworks, musical pieces  ...  can be used to share behaviours across multiple computers.  ...  Computers can then connect to the network session and assign themselves to one or multiple groups. The demo will also showcase how distributed edition works.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6576392 fatcat:izdcudbdrvhhjmzqpa7qysvkqm

Tacit Knowledge Flows and Institutional Theory: Accelerating Acculturation

Alicemary Aspell Adams, June G. Chin Yi Lee, Mark E. Nissen
2010 2010 43rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
knowledge flows across cultures.  ...  Such clumping and flowing are exacerbated when knowledge is required to flow across cultures. Unfortunately, knowledge management theory on intercultural knowledge flows remains limited.  ...  , new theoretical framework for understanding how tacit knowledge flows across cultures [13] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2010.478 dblp:conf/hicss/AdamsLN10 fatcat:k7q4za6x6fb5vila27mtnn2jum

Critical literacy practices of economically privileged L2 English readers: Literacy education for globalization

2014 English Teaching  
Hybrid literacy practices, as opposed to having ability to read across spaces or not 1 was important. Critical positions emerged when including those missing perspectives.  ...  We should include the discussion on global cultural flows that consider challenges of engaging these groups of people in transforming the status quo that appreciates their social privileges.  ...  these economies of flows actually structurally position (and perhaps exclude) one, how differing dispositions will have different effects in the various fields of flows, and how to actively engage with  ... 
doi:10.15858/engtea.69.2.201406.97 fatcat:uane7khpizf3fcnb36ukg5mqta

The Social Origins of Innovation Failures

Laura G. Pedraza-Farina
2017 Social Science Research Network  
Second, market failure models pay little attention to how good ideas emerge, assuming that good ideas will follow from investment in research and development.  ...  Understanding social barriers to information flow is especially important in light of findings in the sociology literature that breakthrough ideas arise from the work of teams that bring together knowledge  ...  De Vaan, Vedres & Stark, supra note 154, at 1151-52 ("Whereas the transmission model of networks refers to how ideas flow, structural folding refers to how ideas are generated.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3020102 fatcat:7v7o53m3mje2zms5baq7ofsmfe

Using complexity to promote group learning in health care

Holly Arrow, Kelly B. Henry
2010 Journal of Evaluation In Clinical Practice  
Aim Drawing on the literature on diversity and complex adaptive systems, we discuss how to improve the functioning of multidisciplinary groups by increasing the spontaneous flow of information and energy  ...  Rationale Multidisciplinary groups are common in the health care arena, from operating teams to mental health treatment groups to guideline development groups.  ...  Learning at multiple levels Learning can occur at individual, group, and organizational levels.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2753.2010.01500.x pmid:20659216 fatcat:k2yidv7yzraq3mn3s5nvnilt2y

The complex structure of hunter-gatherer social networks

M. J Hamilton, B. T Milne, R. S Walker, O. Burger, J. H Brown
2007 Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences  
of material resources, genes and non-genetic information within and between social groups.  ...  We use fractal network theory to analyse the statistical structure of 1189 social groups in 339 hunter-gatherer societies from a published compilation of ethnographies.  ...  If so, this would suggest that hunter-gatherer social structures may have self-organized to optimize energy, material and information flows among group members.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rspb.2007.0564 pmid:17609186 pmcid:PMC2706200 fatcat:gawy62lr75fyvok4amfce5j2ua
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