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Influence of Temporal Aspects and Age-Correlations on the Process of Opinion Formation Based on Polish Contact Survey [chapter]

Andrzej Jarynowski, Andrzej Grabowski
2018 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
On the basis of the experimental data concerning interactions between humans the process of Ising-based model of opinion formation in a social network was investigated.  ...  It is known from previous studies that number of contact and average age of nearest neighbors are highly correlated with age of an individual.  ...  Our research shows that age-age correlations have a small influence on the process of opinion formation mostly at the low temperatures mentioned above.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-01159-8_11 fatcat:dk6mddnekfhilbpwz3mwocvoym

Involvement and Trust in Poland and Bulgaria in Comparison with Other European Societies

2021 Godišnik na UNSS  
The proposed presentation will focus on the changes we were able to register over eight years in Poland and Bulgaria (2008 and 2018) to indicate the position of the societies of these post-communist countries  ...  It is assumed here that higher scores of indicators demonstrate the 'maturity of civil society, the quality of the functioning of democracy and the process of its evolution (Boulding, 2010).  ...  Gender is coded as 0 (women) and 1 (men), while the exact age is calculated based on the differences between the survey period and the year of births.  ... 
doi:10.37075/yb.2021.1.11 fatcat:nmmvhrui6ff77hjatu46disowq

On the Supportive Role of the Warnke Method in Improving the Phonological Competence of a Bilingual Girl

Ewa Brzdęk, Janusz Brzdęk
2021 Education Sciences  
The Warnke method focuses primarily on the diagnosis and training of the phonological competence and was based on the following assumptions: (a) the automation of hearing, vision, and motor functions can  ...  be improved at the level of brain activity; (b) the development and automation of phonological analysis and synthesis are based on the cooperation of the brain hemispheres.  ...  It is based on the assumption that the phonological skills necessary for efficient reading and writing are related to the development of temporal processing and motor functions.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci11090498 fatcat:oqaxmacxq5a2biafqxm75ly6xu

Awareness of COVID-19 Symptoms, Risk Factors, and Vaccinations in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis

Ewa Krzystanek, Agata Jurczak, Kinga Kocur, Jakub Jurkiewicz, Aleksandra Kaczmarczyk
2022 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
An original, anonymous, 35-items, self-reported questionnaire was used in both web-based and on-site survey formats.  ...  Two-hundred and forty-eight questionnaires were analyzed (mean age 40.8 ± 10.6 years, 77.8% women).  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph19063366 pmid:35329050 pmcid:PMC8951455 fatcat:ah7nhylmpra7pnhv3kdvkqy7hy

Social Identifications with Big Groups and Communities and Subjective Well-being in Poland

Katarzyna Hamer
2011 Sociologie Româneasca = Romanian Sociology  
On the basis of big opinion polls from years 1995–2005 (Polish General Social Surveys) and another opinion poll from 2009, the connection between wide social identifications and subjective well-being was  ...  Socialties are known to have strong influence on well-being, but in the studies in this scientific context they are usually operationalized as close relationships.  ...  Polish General Social Surveys (PGSS) 1995-2005 Subjects: It was a representative sample of adult Polish citizens (N=2880, 18-98 years of age).  ... 
doaj:28626482dea8467292251d5af34e5601 fatcat:wxwtuh5kujatnp7b4u63tvlmwy

The Circulations of Culture - On Social Distribution of Content

Mirosław Filiciak, Justyna Hofmokl, Alek Tarkowski
2012 Social Science Research Network  
Panek, p. 117; www.diagnoza.com. 3 We provide an overview of the literature on the subject in part 2. described the first circulation as based on personal contacts in which the roles of the sender and  ...  What's important, similarly as in the case of the opposite group -people who engage with the informal circulation but not with the formal one -there is a correlation between percentage of users and age  ...  -we want to show that these exact changes that influenced the production process have also influenced the reproduction and redistribution of goods on the Internet.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2246508 fatcat:lxdqa2sumnc43ebz2mlnjhugeq

Determinants of subjective quality of life among older married adults in Poland

Milena Chełchowska
2020 Studia Demograficzne  
The aim of the study is to analyze quality of life (expressed in terms of well-being and depression) among older people in Poland, putting emphasis on their individual (e.g. age, sex, health status, level  ...  One of the key determinants of subjective well-being is the fact of being in a relationship (formal or not) as well as its quality.  ...  This survey was designed to supplement institutional indicators with additional aspects of life in Polish households and their members.  ... 
doi:10.33119/sd.2020.1.2 fatcat:6ri24cdmnvftthzplrt5cf7zee

POSSIBLE MEANS OF ESCAPE FOR EVACUATION FROM DANGEROUS LOCATIONS VS. THE SAFETY OF THE OCCUPANTS OF THESE PLACES. SOCIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS ON THE EXAMPLE STUDENT SURVEY AT THE RZESZÓW UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY

Eugeniusz MOCZUK, Larisa FEDONIUK, Artur POLAKIEWICZ, Arkadiusz LEŚNIAK-MOCZUK
2021 Humanities and Social Sciences quarterly  
The analyses described are based on scientific research carried out on a population of 249 university students, to whom a survey regarding this subject was administered.  ...  The aim of this paper is to analyse Rzeszów University of Technology students' familiarity with the emergency exits in the buildings where they attend classes and their knowledge of the evacuation routes  ...  In that case, the definitions include temporal aspects of the evacuation, i.e. evacuation's temporality, time of decision-making process, and, what is more, they mention the care of evacuees.  ... 
doi:10.7862/rz.2021.hss.15 fatcat:5utx5vdgefdnlopsazgnmwexpm

From Stationary to Remote: Employee Risks at Pandemic Migration of Workplaces

Janusz Rymaniak, Katarzyna Lis, Vida Davidavičienė, Manuela Pérez-Pérez, Ángel Martínez-Sánchez
2021 Sustainability  
This article presents the results of research carried out among samples of Polish, Lithuanian and Spanish remote workers concerning working conditions in organizations and at home, and the potential impact  ...  The results of the survey indicate that employees felt more stressed and in conflict at their remote workstations when they had to telework during the lockdown, and that this negative output was significantly  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors thank mgr Witold Gedymin of the University of Economics in Pozna ń for the specialist help and performing complex statistical analyses.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13137180 fatcat:vo5b4tkd7racfflzvpdhfyiwk4

Reaching the end point and stopping midway: different scenarios in the acquisition of Russian

Maria Polinsky
2007 Russian Linguistics : International Journal for the Study of the Russian Language  
higher (based on the data in Gvozdev 1961, 374, 388; Smoczyńska 1985, 628 for Polish) .  ...  Based on comprehension experiments involving preschool children (age 2-6 years), Stoll suggests that aspect is not acquired in a single step, but rather develops as a slow process, thus supporting the  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11185-007-9011-2 fatcat:uwa4rilozbaibijashelve5fx4

Whither Now, Opinion Modelers?

Pawel Sobkowicz
2020 Frontiers in Physics  
The article describes the current status and potential directions of development of agentbased models of social opinion dynamics.  ...  Moreover, to meet the challenge of understanding the globally growing political polarization and changes brought by increasing reliance on electronic communication, the models should adapt to the posttruth  ...  The first group of challenges and ideas focuses on the communication processes influencing the opinion changes.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fphy.2020.587009 fatcat:z6vf3ru3mbca5h7zfx2uduq3tq

Moving Research Methodology Toward Escience

Thomas Köhler, Daniela Pscheida, Ansgar Scherp, Claudia Koschtial, Carsten Felden, Jörg Neumann
2016 Zenodo  
Authors will present and discuss how open an innovation training platform is both: a working environment for the quality analyis of online data collections with data mining methods and a training environment  ...  with information, learning and exchange offers for digital information management.  ...  This workshop will include the following aspects: First steps in R, Structure of R, CRAN-Mirror, different environments/editors of R, usage of the internal help functions, internet based help sources,  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.579935 fatcat:3labq7puajbw3d2phmiscccqwa

Understanding Responses to Political Conflict: Interactive Effects of the Need for Closure and Salient Conflict Schemas

Agnieszka Golec, Christopher M. Federico
2004 Journal of Personality and Social Psychology  
effects of the need for closure and salient conflict schemas.  ...  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 87 (6). pp. 750-762. ISSN 0022-3514 http://dx.  ...  Research suggests that the need for closure has important effects on information processing when opinions about a new issue are being formulated and on the subsequent rigidity of these opinions (Kruglanski  ... 
doi:10.1037/0022-3514.87.6.750 pmid:15598104 fatcat:hh7yj5znjzbcbgzejrqtiwy4ri

Practice-Oriented Approach in the System of Professional Training of Future Teachers to Social-Pedagogical Activity

Olena Budnyk
2021 Journal of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University  
process at the university, active search and implementation of non-traditional forms and methods of teaching, in particular in socio-pedagogical aspects.  ...  The results of an empirical study on the readiness of graduates of pedagogical specialties for the practical use of social and educational technologies in school are presented.  ...  The research was conducted within the framework of the fundamental scientific theme of the Center for Innovative Educational Technology "PNU-EcoSystem" Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University  ... 
doi:10.15330/jpnu.8.1.24-34 fatcat:cprg2artafb7hckgqgjdk3kmk4

What future for Belarus? An analysis of identity issues

Ryszard Radzik
2015 Sprawy Narodowościowe. Seria nowa  
The study is based mainly on sociological surveys collected by IISEPS, an independent Belarusian research institute.  ...  economically efficient society, nation and state with a stable position on the political map of Europe.  ...  democratic and economically efficient society, nation and state with a stable position on the political map of Europe. the study is based mainly on sociological surveys collected by IISEPS, an independent  ... 
doi:10.11649/sn.2013.001 fatcat:zacwm5aehfhtlc4am4dpcupnli
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