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What's it worth to you?

Leslie D. Setlock, Susan R. Fussell
2010 Proceedings of the 2010 ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative work - CSCW '10  
We conclude with some recommendations for enhancing CMC theories to account for cultural differences.  ...  Findings from these studies reveal that cultural differences exist, but no clear underlying explanation can account for results across studies.  ...  Many thanks to our interviewees for their time and insights, to Hao Chuan Wang, Pablo Quinones, and E.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1718918.1718979 dblp:conf/cscw/SetlockF10 fatcat:5fjue3h24fghhb4pmwlc3g5yaq

Is it safe? [chapter]

2019 Internet Health Report 2019  
But since many users have no idea this tracking is occurring across apps, they also don't know they can take control.  ...  An investigation into how to delete your DNA from Ancestry.com found that it is possible to erase your record and allegedly even destroy your physical sample. But they don't make it easy. 16.  ... 
doi:10.14361/9783839449462-003 fatcat:ynnamgky65b6tmqos6q4doojf4

Tag, you can see it!

Peter Klemperer, Yuan Liang, Michelle Mazurek, Manya Sleeper, Blase Ur, Lujo Bauer, Lorrie Faith Cranor, Nitin Gupta, Michael Reiter
2012 Proceedings of the 2012 ACM annual conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '12  
Users often have rich and complex photo-sharing preferences, but properly configuring access control can be difficult and time-consuming.  ...  In an 18-participant laboratory study, we explore whether the keywords and captions with which users tag their photos can be used to help users more intuitively create and maintain access-control policies  ...  P10 felt similarly, explaining, "There's no reason for her to see relative photos, but I don't care too much." In contrast, P08 was representative of the strict users.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2207676.2207728 dblp:conf/chi/KlempererLMSUBCGR12 fatcat:3sbjayapyfebboepqi5zdht4xu

An exploratory study of user resistance in healthcare IT

Madison N. Ngafeeson, Vishal Midha
2014 International Journal of Electronic Finance  
This paper uses the theory of cognitive dissonance to investigate user resistance in HIT. It builds on a Lapointe and Rivard (2005) framework to offer an explanation as to why people resist HITs.  ...  This paper is a revised and expanded version of a paper entitled 'Making sense of user resistance in health care organizational change management' presented at Decision Sciences Institute-Southwest Region  ...  Since these changes do not originate from healthcare professionals, but rather from policy makers, physicians and other professionals are likely to resist such changes.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijef.2014.064003 fatcat:u4fzxr3epndyfhbacufvezgcvy

"I like it, but I don't use it": Impact of carsharing business models on usage intentions in the sharing economy

Rüdiger Hahn, Felix Ostertag, Adrian Lehr, Marion Büttgen, Sabine Benoit
2019 Business Strategy and the Environment  
Thereby, they also serve for concrete managerial recommendations. K E Y W O R D S access-based services, business model, carsharing, factorial survey, sharing economy, usage intentions  ...  Drawing on extant conceptual frameworks of user participation in sharing business models, a factorial survey identifies the importance of different dimensions of carsharing business models for their acceptance  ...  | INTRODUCTION: THE RELEVANCE OF BUSINESS MODEL CHARACTERISTICS FOR THE ADOPTION OF CARSHARING SERVICES " [Carsharing] is a good concept … [but] I wouldn't use it except for very rare cases."  ... 
doi:10.1002/bse.2441 fatcat:atbtnhdxtrdndffzcyjfx4xvne

Mathematics is different: student and tutor perspectives from Ireland and Australia on online support during COVID-19

Claire Mullen, Jim Pettigrew, Anthony Cronin, Leanne Rylands, Donald Shearman
2021 Teaching Mathematics and its Applications  
In this sense, it represents a 'perspectives' study, the idea being that before we examine specific aspects of this experience, it would be best to know what the issues are.  ...  This study aims to gain insight both from students and tutors about their experience of wholly online learning and tutoring in the COVID-19 era.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank the students and tutors from both institutions for agreeing to participate in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1093/teamat/hrab014 fatcat:mswmhz3sujex5mnx73k5uidqny

English Oral Communication in Public Secondary Schools in Kazakhstan: Understanding its Practice and Challenges

Kemboja Ismail, Almagul Tuspekova, Rosniah Mustaffa
2018 3L Language, Linguistics and Literature: The Southeast Asian Journal of English Language Studies  
This paper will provide preliminary insights into the practice of teaching English OC and the challenges associated with it in public schools in Kazakhstan (KZ), a country in Central Asia.  ...  At the meso level, females found a lack of emotional support from their teachers, while males preferred to have out-of-class help from their friends to practise English.  ...  Thus, sometimes I don't even think about my speech, but about the reaction of my teacher, and it actually blocks my thoughts and I get stuck.  ... 
doi:10.17576/3l-2018-2402-09 fatcat:fv5vq46u2vgzjbkleshyn26srm

Network-Centric Recommendation: Personalization with and in Social Networks

Amit Sharma, Dan Cosley
2011 2011 IEEE Third Int'l Conference on Privacy, Security, Risk and Trust and 2011 IEEE Third Int'l Conference on Social Computing  
An initial 50-user study with PopCore gives insights into tradeoffs around the popularity, likeability, and rateability of recommendations made by a set of network-centric algorithms and to people's thoughts  ...  However, traditional recommender systems largely ignore social context, and even networkaware recommenders don't explicitly support social goals and concerns such as shared consumption and identity management  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We would like to acknowledge Meethu Malu for her design work and NSF support via grants 0835451 and 0910664.  ... 
doi:10.1109/passat/socialcom.2011.166 dblp:conf/socialcom/SharmaC11 fatcat:wehur5gpwbbbviqkqyj6tzxtya

Tolerance of ambiguity - Its implications for creativity and design practice

Puk Lotte Cathelijne de Jong, Elif Özcan
2019 Zenodo  
This paper reflects on an individual's tolerance of ambiguity and its relationship to creativity.  ...  The paper finally presents guidelines on how to tackle tolerance of ambiguity and a proposal to make Ambiguity Tolerance measurement suitable in the field of design.  ...  prefer novelty over familiarity), and insoluble/illogical/internally inconsistent stimuli (e.g., I try to avoid problems that don't seem to have only one 'best' solution).  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2629296 fatcat:toylfbn6wzaofipcipzfmucgma

Behavior change through wearables: the interplay between self-leadership and IT-based leadership

Christiane Lehrer, U. Yeliz Eseryel, Annamina Rieder, Reinhard Jung
2021 Electronic Markets  
Constructive digitalization of the healthcare system requires a deeper understanding of why some users change their behavior and others do not.  ...  Specifically important is understanding users' systematic behavior change through wearables.  ...  But I like to do this because it is an incentive for me."  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12525-021-00474-3 fatcat:svqvxbypdfeubnufgg6optj7by

Innovation and Its Discontents

Adam B. Jaffe, Josh Lerner
2006 Capitalism and Society  
Applications, too, have ballooned, to the point that there are now about 375,000 per year.  ...  That is, even in the case of "good" applications, if I can easily throw some kind of speed bump in my competitor's path, I will probably be happy to do so.  ...  But it will provide some deterrent to someone who hopes only to throw sand in the worksknowing that the patent will likely still be held valid in the end.  ... 
doi:10.2202/1932-0213.1006 fatcat:z6dzteui3bcalez4cuirru2hcm

Diagnostic uncertainty in primary care: what is known about its communication, and what are the associated ethical issues?

Caitríona L Cox, Benjamin M Miller, Isla Kuhn, Zoë Fritz
2021 Family Practice  
Consensus on how DU should be defined, and greater research into tools for its measurement, would help to strengthen the empirical evidence base.  ...  The empirical literature is significantly limited by inconsistencies in how DU is defined and measured.  ...  the uncertainty of the working diagnosis to patients, but suggested that their ability to do so was limited both by the length of consultations and by some patients preferring 'black and white answers'  ... 
doi:10.1093/fampra/cmab023 pmid:33907806 pmcid:PMC8463813 fatcat:rtmwennva5gedgx4bvttwttg7m

Cyber legalism: why it fails and what to do about it

Lucas Kello
2021 Journal of Cybersecurity  
Rather, it is unpeace, or mid-spectrum rivalry that is more damaging than traditional peacetime activity, but not physically violent like war.  ...  And yet repeatedly, the victims failed to punish to deter the offenders. This article examines why and how this situation arose and what to do about it.  ...  The author is grateful to Dennis Broeders, James Shires, Tsvetelina van Benthem, Monica Kaminska, and Jack Kenny for their insightful comments and advice.  ... 
doi:10.1093/cybsec/tyab014 fatcat:a66l5tutine47ouy3yupccknva

The psychology of 'regrettable substitutions': examining consumer judgements of Bisphenol A and its alternatives

Laura D. Scherer, Andrew Maynard, Dana C. Dolinoy, Angela Fagerlin, Brian J. Zikmund-Fisher
2014 Health, Risk and Society  
more likely to choose the alternative despite its ambiguity.  ...  Because scientific studies have raised concerns about Bisphenol A's potential impact on human health, it has been removed from some (but not all) products.  ...  The authors have no conflicts of interest to report.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13698575.2014.969687 pmid:29386966 pmcid:PMC5788195 fatcat:cc2z3hekzzfmxjxqyg2so3xpzu

The Design Space of Bug Fixes and How Developers Navigate It

Emerson Murphy-Hill, Thomas Zimmermann, Christian Bird, Nachiappan Nagappan
2015 IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering  
When software engineers fix bugs, they may have several options as to how to fix those bugs.  ...  In this paper, we investigate alternative fixes to bugs and present an empirical study of how engineers make design choices about how to fix bugs.  ...  Thanks to all participants in our study, as well as Alberto Bacchelli, Michael Barnett, Andy Begel, Nicolas Bettenburg, Rob DeLine, Xi Ge, Jeff Huang, Brittany Johnson, Ekrem Kocaguneli, Tamara Lopez,  ... 
doi:10.1109/tse.2014.2357438 fatcat:hs62gnqiznb6xphhntup55dqse
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