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Jayden Garner, Gavin Wood
2014 Proceedings of the extended abstracts of the 32nd annual ACM conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI EA '14  
This paper details the design of i-dentity, a collaborative movement-based game where the game design deliberately conceals the players' associations to a digital representation.  ...  We call this "innominate movement representation" and explore this opportunity through our game "i-dentity".  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Sebastiaan Pijnappel, Martin Murer and Florian 'Floyd' Mueller for their valuable feedback, assistance, guidance and supervision with i-dentity, and Ruwan De Silva for making  ... 
doi:10.1145/2559206.2580102 dblp:conf/chi/GarnerW14 fatcat:2dirh6nomjegpmbkv6qv4g73uy

Designing for social play in co-located mobile games

William Goddard, Jayden Garner, Mads Moller Jensen
2016 Proceedings of the Australasian Computer Science Week Multiconference on - ACSW '16  
In this paper we explore how mobile devices and co-location in mobile contexts contribute social play in game design, addressing the limited understanding of social interactivity in mobile games.  ...  In our discussion we identify how these findings address game design problems of designing collaborative games.  ...  movements of a entire team of spies in i-dentity.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2843043.2843476 dblp:conf/acsc/GoddardGJ16 fatcat:mutcpyjhrrb23dezgg53htzlna

Embarrassing Interactions

Sebastian Deterding, Andrés Lucero, Jussi Holopainen, Chulhong Min, Adrian Cheok, Annika Waern, Steffen Walz
2015 Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI EA '15  
However, research on embarrassment in HCI has remained scattered and unsystematic so far.  ...  Little attention has focused on the majority of individuals who have run failed projects and experienced a publicly embarrassing event in the process.  ...  We would also like to thank Jayden Garner and colleagues at Exertion Games Lab, RMIT, for inviting us to collaborate on both i-dentity and intangle.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2702613.2702647 dblp:conf/chi/DeterdingLHMCWW15 fatcat:vagtiqmm4nhpxnmdxe3iu23ydu

Identity Production on Social Media: The Narrative of Second-generation Youth of Sinhalese Sri Lankan Origin in New Zealand

Wasana Sampath Handapangoda
2015 The Journal of New Zealand Studies  
This qualitative study examines the identity claims of second-generation youth of Sri Lankan origin in New Zealand on social media, a social terrain that transcends the boundaries of traditional social  ...  Participants simultaneously travelled back and forth between two virtual cultural identities, Kiwi and Sri Lankan, thus [re]constructing identity performances, in which "definition of the situation" played  ...  Also, I am thankful to the Editor of the journal, Associate Professor Anna Green, for all the assistance extended to me in publishing this paper.  ... 
doi:10.26686/jnzs.v0i21.3905 fatcat:yn3qcj23onbndb4uvboudwhtre

Computerised Facial Recognition Systems: The Surrounding Legal Problems

Michael C. Bromby
2000 Social Science Research Network  
"The central problem in face identification is how we build stable representations from exemplars that vary, both rigidly and non-rigidly, from instant to instant and from encounter to encounter." 1 Biometric  ...  It has often been performed by one of two measures: what you know (such as a password), or what you have (such as an i dentity card) to allow entry into the computers records and databanks.  ...  The aspect of facial recognition will be the main theme of this paper, concentrating on legal problems associated with computerised recognition in both public and private spheres.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1551840 fatcat:p7ziwjxfkjerdc2sms5pwxz47e

Afrindian fictions: diaspora, race, and national desire in South Africa

2009 ChoiceReviews  
of islam and its worldview will have no room in the new South africa. notice the movement in representational sensibility here. malik in achmat Dangor's Kafka's Curse defiantly wears his djellaba in public  ...  The carefully hidden shrine is symbolic of indian culture in South africa and reveals the concealment of ethnic identity in the face of the pressures of assimilation. 18 it also recovers the history  ...  For a critique of Jameson, see aijaz ahmad's chapter entitled "Jameson's rhetoric of Otherness and the national allegory," in In Theory.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.46-4270 fatcat:cge5r6owlvc4blx5rimj54fbti

Women's Post-Marital Name Retention and the Communication of Identity

Kara A Laskowski
2010 Names  
This dissertation was motivated by a desire to provide an account of women's post-marital name retention and the communication of identity that is both theoretically grounded and representational of the  ...  In addition, women who engage in nontraditional marital naming engage in ongoing communication of their choices with others whose responses range from acceptance to challenge of their choice.  ...  At the level of communicative interaction, "[I]dentity is seen as multiple categorizations of the individual by both self and others that vary by situation, influence behavior, and constitute life's meanings  ... 
doi:10.1179/002777310x12682237915025 fatcat:fcr77qvrcrd4vlrotpd5jkspua

Unnaturally natural: subjectivity and place in contemporary young adult dystopian fiction

Stephanie Thompson
This thesis explores the representation of place and subjectivity in contemporary young adult dystopian fiction. My analysis of such narratives draws from ecocritical and posthumanist theories.  ...  The relationship between place and subjectivity in young adult fiction addresses the greater cultural debate of people, technology, nature, and their place in the twenty-first century.  ...  Nayar contends, "[i]dentities . . . are fluid, forms are open to change and modulate, often seamlessly . . . into each other.  ... 
doi:10.25949/19432130.v1 fatcat:4yvanvvwfzcc3erwoi3ao3cdjm

The Lingering Effects of Copyright's Response to the Invention of Photography

Christine Haight Farley
2004 University of Pittsburgh law review  
Much was at stake in this dispute, including the booming market in photographs and the constitutional importance of the originality requirement in copyright law.  ...  In 1884, the Supreme Court was presented with dichotomous views of photography. In one view, the photograph was an original, intellectual conception of the author—a fine art.  ...  Similarly, Edgar Allen Poe remarked that the daguerreotype was able to achieve an unprecedented "[i]dentity of aspect with the thing represented." Id. at 126. 33.  ... 
doi:10.5195/lawreview.2004.10 fatcat:wcdywxcksnfa3ijwchyeyob3lu

Agency in Motion: Editorial Statement

Nicole F. Scalissi, Annika Johnson
2016 Contemporaneity: Historical Presence in Visual Culture  
P a ul Park and my peers in his writing seminar at Williams read early versions of this p a pe r a nd their comments greatly improved it.  ...  I mage c ourtesy of Zig Jac kson. 48 For more on this projec t, s ee "Social I dentity: A V iew from Within, P hotographs by Zig Jac kson," in Strong Hearts : Native American Vis ions , ed.  ...  dentity," October vol. 6 1 (Summer 1 9 92): 8 9 .  ... 
doi:10.5195/contemp.2016.185 fatcat:h2uvwwanmjcwngkephewbzpz6i

Thinking Through the Lens: Reframing Experiences of Breast Cancer

Taylor Cain
2011 unpublished
T r ansfor mations of B odies and I dentities Illness is the night-side of life, a more onerous citizenship.  ...  A dopting an I llness I dentity As individuals found ways to establish a definitive relationship between themselves as the disease, breast cancer transformed into a means of organizing.  ... 

Decentralized Blockchain Technology and the Rise of Lex Cryptographia

Aaron Wright, Primavera De Filippi
2015 Social Science Research Network  
today a new technology-the blockchain-has the potential to decentralize the way we store data and manage information, potentially leading to a reduced role for one of the most important regulatory actors in  ...  These applications have lead many to compare the blockchain to the Internet, with accompanying predictions that this technology will shift the balance of power away from centralized authorities in the  ...  It was closely associated with the Lombard merchants, who formed a kind of transnational business class.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2580664 fatcat:zaydenhxjffs3biy7lnjmiqxma

The trouble with gender

Carina Egger
2014 unpublished
For the purpose of illustrating how theoretical conceptions work within cultural representations, this thesis examines in what ways (stereotypical) gender roles are presented, and intends to answer the  ...  It will be demonstrated in what ways the characters in these films deviate from normative conceptions, and what kind of aggravating, even fatal consequences such deviations will have.  ...  According to Queer theory, "[i]dentities are always on uncertain ground, entailing displacements of identification and knowing" (134).  ... 
doi:10.25365/thesis.33033 fatcat:seevnj3mhfahrizbbjns2sbyeq

Privacy as a Public Good [chapter]

Joshua Fairfield, Christoph Engel, Russell A. Miller
Privacy and Power  
Like in real life, people in experiments cooperate in groups at rates well above those predicted by neoclassical theory. Groups can  ...  The negative externalities imposed on nonconsenting outsiders by such carelessness can be productively studied in terms of welfare economics.  ...  dentity theft has become big business.  ... 
doi:10.1017/cbo9781316658888.004 fatcat:txgdyhgserdmrmnjrxz7kzakoq


Anette Barnard, Amanda Du Preez, Anette Barnard
2016 unpublished
It proposes that the representational nature of traditional portraiture changes in response to the social and political climate.  ...  This study proposes that revisiting the linear representational process of mimesis, through Gadamer's notion of methexis, results in the idea of participation.  ...  An example is Preller's African Head (1953) , which is inspired by 'Bushman art' and the 'African mystique' (Berman 1993:12) . regarding identity: "[i]dentity.  ... 
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