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The power of social media storytelling in destination branding

Niels Frederik Lund, Scott A. Cohen, Caroline Scarles
2018 Journal of Destination Marketing & Management  
based on the sociological concepts of storytelling, performance, performativity, and mobility.  ...  VisitDenmark, the DMO of Denmark, is used as a case to put the framework into practice.  ...  consumers in the co-construction of brand identity.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jdmm.2017.05.003 fatcat:5pqhswcol5ewvpqjnh5qzewqku

Young children's multimodal and collaborative tellings in family and preschool interaction

Matthew Burdelski, Ann-Carita Evaldsson
2019 Research on Children and Social Interaction  
While most of the CA research has examined storytelling among adults, recently there has been an increasing number of studies that analyse storytelling in adult-child (e.g.  ...  Takagi examines how Japanese children at the ages of 2;4, 2;10 and 3;7 utilize the specific grammatical format of (X) did (Y), often along with embodied means, to initiate and co-construct tellings of  ... 
doi:10.1558/rcsi.38982 fatcat:o4ulszcrdfej3jzhp4nruaxuxi

COPING WITH L2 SOCIOPRAGMATIC SENSITIVITY USING A STORY-BASED APPROACH

Musli Ariani, A. Effendi Kadarisman
2017 Bahasa dan Seni: Jurnal Bahasa, Sastra, Seni, dan Pengajarannya  
EFL learners with diverse cultural backgrounds need a motivating environment with agents that can co-construct experiences for optimum learning.  ...  For this purpose, classroom implementation follows the dimensions of embeddedness, tellership, and tellability while the learning sequence is based on co-constructed learning principles with four stages  ...  Secondly, EFL learners need a motivating environment in which the agent in the classroom can collaborate with them to co-construct experiences that lead to optimum learning achievement (Nguyen, 2012)  ... 
doi:10.17977/um015v45i22017p108 fatcat:znaqgrxrpvaxnom4olth73i5re

Virtual peers as partners in storytelling and literacy learning

K. Ryokai, C. Vaucelle, J. Cassell
2003 Journal of Computer Assisted Learning  
In light of this, an embodied conversational agent, Sam, who tells stories collaboratively with children was designed.  ...  In particular, storytelling in the context of peer collaboration provides a key environment for children to learn language skills important for literacy.  ...  Gouldstone, and the members of the Gesture and Narrative Language group at the MIT Media Laboratory  ... 
doi:10.1046/j.0266-4909.2003.00020.x fatcat:jhgwdgyfjngivjma5lnr6faba4

Digital Organizational Storytelling on YouTube: Constructing Plausibility Through Network Protocols of Amateurism, Affinity, and Authenticity

Emma Bell, Pauline Leonard
2016 Journal of management inquiry  
The article explores the dialogical potential of digital organizational storytelling and considers how this affects the relationship between online storytellers and audiences.  ...  It highlights the network protocols of amateurism, affinity, and authenticity on which the plausibility of digital organizational storytelling relies.  ...  storytellers co-construct.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1056492616660765 fatcat:ptcnduzutrd3fj7cfgxsqssbty

Reframing success: participatory impacts of storytelling in a PAR collaborative with Latinx middle school students

Jennifer Lucko
2019 Educational Action Research  
Through the process of writing and reading their stories aloud in English, the Latinx English learners successfully positioned themselves as resilient, hard working students who are fully capable of participating  ...  This article examines the participatory impact of a storytelling project on a small group of Latinx English learners in a sixth grade classroom.  ...  Acknowledgements: I am grateful to the anonymous reviewers of EAR for their critical insights and valuable suggestions for developing this article.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09650792.2019.1591291 fatcat:nrbjmldqyfekpirez5dokskvia

'All stories bring hope because stories bring awareness': students' perceptions of digital storytelling for social justice education
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Daniela Gachago, Janet Condy, Eunice Ivala, Agnes Chigona
2014 South African Journal of Education  
Using narrative inquiry, and specifically Bamberg's (2006) 'small stories' approach, the research team analysed 30 stories students constructed in four focus group conversations at the end of the project  ...  We found that, in the collective sharing of their stories, students positioned themselves as agentive selves, displaying the belief that they can make a difference, not only individually within their own  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank the students that have shared their stories with us and the National Research Foundation grant that supported this project and the development of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.15700/201412052108 fatcat:rjk2oirskjapjmizx4o3upgh2q

Emotional Storytelling using Virtual and Robotic Agents [article]

Sandra Costa, Alberto Brunete, Byung-Chull Bae, Nikolaos Mavridis
2016 arXiv   pre-print
of the listener, and that the empathising of the listener is evident through its facial expressions.  ...  the current state of the art of text-to-speech, and that there is a complex yet interesting relation between the emotion lines of the story, the facial expressions of the narrating agent, and the emotions  ...  [9] , eye blink rate shows a tendency of decreasing while reading (which requires more attention) and increasing during conversation (which requires less attention).  ... 
arXiv:1607.05327v1 fatcat:vdoslefse5bcxf7sldulqnkoga

Shattering the silence: The power of Purposeful Storytelling in challenging social security policy discourses of 'blame and shame' in Northern Ireland

Gabi Kent
2015 Critical Social Policy  
Community conversations and a tailor-made methodology of 'Purposeful Digital Storytelling' to capture and share data, engendered empowerment, engaging individuals and communities as producers of knowledge  ...  and agents of change.  ...  This is far from the notion of community as knowledge producers and agents of change, which is at the heart of the Northern Ireland engagement collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0261018315604420 fatcat:57hnojenkvamxmcwowfnqtrfj4

CSR ON DISPLAY: USING SPECTACLES AND STORYTELLING AS STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT MECHANISMS

Hilke Steenkamp, Ronél Rensburg
2019 Communitas  
purposeful engagement and the co-creation of meaning.  ...  spectacles and spectatorship inherent to storytelling have not been explored comprehensively within the context of CSR communication.  ...  Future work could also explore the effectiveness of engagement strategies similar to the ones employed by FNB.  ... 
doi:10.18820/24150525/comm.v24.2 fatcat:p4wvsiwrmfg6bacxe3hmron2hm

Personal Narratives in Technology Design: The Value of Sharing Older Adults' Stories in the Design of Social Robots

Anastasia K. Ostrowski, Christina N. Harrington, Cynthia Breazeal, Hae Won Park
2021 Frontiers in Robotics and AI  
To explore this, we engaged 28 older adults in a year-long co-design process, examining informal stories told by older adults as a means of generating and expressing technology ideas and needs.  ...  Storytelling may provide a clear path to conceptualize how technologies such as social robots can support the lives of older or disabled individuals.  ...  (Gausepohl et al., 2011) asserts that research through storytelling, also called narrative inquiry, emphasizes the storytellers themselves as having the power to direct conversation in qualitative studies  ... 
doi:10.3389/frobt.2021.716581 pmid:34651018 pmcid:PMC8505902 fatcat:3qaal5h3uvetpfjic6uayl2cey

Towards a model of technology and literacy development: Story listening systems

Justine Cassell
2004 Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology  
Educators have begun to recognize the importance of the peer context, and address it through classroom activities such as sharing time (Gee, 1986; Michaels, 1986; Gallas, 1992) , round-robin storytelling  ...  a socially-situated peer, the design of nonkeyboard-based computational technologies, and the potential of information technologies that encourage construction rather than consumption.  ...  the storyteller to respond to users, (2) the conversational structure or flow of the interaction, (3) the database of stories offered in response by the storyteller.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.appdev.2003.11.003 fatcat:j2eeczzbtjh7fcudmxmkiqmvli

Use of Transmedia Storytelling for Teaching Teenagers

Ana Cristina Munaro, Alboni Marisa Dudeque Pianovski Vieira
2016 Creative Education  
Even so, the use of transmedia storytelling in education does engage teachers and appears to be effective for learning.  ...  The study carried out a literature review to verify the effectiveness of using transmedia storytelling in the teaching and learning process.  ...  success and engage in regular conversations with students.  ... 
doi:10.4236/ce.2016.77105 fatcat:zqufybiiurhalb27k3eh3h5kiq

Intersubjectivity in human–agent interaction

2007 Interaction Studies  
What is the hallmark of success in human–agent interaction? In animation and robotics, many have concentrated on the looks of the agent — whether the appearance is realistic or lifelike.  ...  We discuss why we distinguish between appearance and behavior, why we use the benchmark of intersubjectivity, our methodology for applying this benchmark to embodied conversational agents (ECAs), and why  ...  Acknowledgements Many thanks to all of the students, staff, and colleagues who participated in the research reported here, both at MIT and at Northwestern.  ... 
doi:10.1075/is.8.3.05cas fatcat:oqcmao2ygzczbbcohaax7mmwby

Religious Leader: Model Agent for Inter-Faith Dialogue Implementation in Malaysia
Pemimpin Agama: Model Ejen Pelaksana Dialog Antara Agama di Malaysia

Mat Karim Khairulnizam, Saili Suzy Aziziyana, Mohd Khambali Khadijah
2016 Global Journal Al-Thaqafah  
This study also recommends the significance of creating environments to foster inter-religious dialogue, expanding the formats of interfaith dialogue and increasing religious study through education and  ...  relationships through sharing and storytelling and (3) the experience and relationships among other ethnicities as well as family child-rearing practices.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We wish to offer our gratitude for the opportunity extended by UMRG-RP035A-17HNE and RU Grant-UM Cares RU013-2017E to sponsor our research.  ... 
doi:10.7187/gjat10620160601 fatcat:beybmsklajadxfhxbofjaclv6m
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