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It Takes Two To Tango: Conflicts Between Users on the Reality-Virtuality Continuum and Their Bystanders

Jonas Auda, Uwe Gruenefeld, Sven Mayer
2020 ACM International Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces  
Finally, we present research opportunities that help to address social con icts between immersed users and bystanders.  ...  Consequently, on the one hand, the detaching from the world creates an immerse experience for the user, and on the other hand, this creates a social con ict with bystanders.  ...  To re ect this, we titled our work"it takes two to tango. " INTRODUCTION In the past few years, there has been great progress in the areas of AR and VR.  ... 
dblp:conf/tabletop/AudaGM20 fatcat:utbrbuxgi5dp3dubpdi5eo2p2u

Online follow-ups as evaluative reactions to two visits of the Argentinian president to the United States [chapter]

Luisa Granato, Alejandro Parini
2015 Pragmatics & Beyond New Series  
Acknowledgements To begin with, I would like to show my appreciation to the Swiss National Science Foundation for the financial support to realize this project.  ...  However, most importantly, this study could not have been accomplished without the  ...  Let me here refer back to the conflict between the user "Welsh_Dragon" and her/his co-commentators "Hookt58" and "kingdom" on Express Online.  ... 
doi:10.1075/pbns.259.06gra fatcat:zm46m2ekkzdodfdnhygnditjgm

Tongue of water, teeth of stones: Northern Irish poetry and social violence

2000 ChoiceReviews  
You'll put your sweet lips / A little too close to the phone and talk of always in a fatal momentary lapse." Mutually discordant cliches ("It takes two to tango," "Keep your head down.  ...  "Sushi" takes place in a restaurant, where we enter into the middle of a discussion on art and reality.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.37-2637 fatcat:sa5dulmhxva2zka73halnhttna

Homer Simpson marches on Washington: dissent through American popular culture

2010 ChoiceReviews  
Music Man, The (1962), 70 MySpace, 5 Nas, 224, 226, 228-33, 238-39nn34-35 National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), ix-x, 71 National Public Radio (NPR), 7, 167 National Security Agency  ...  The larger political conflicts Jericho depicts refer to a recognizable social reality.  ...  But they seem virtually helpless in the face of a coalition between the military and the FBI to ensure that Mulder is convicted.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.47-6647 fatcat:aq3znmaujzby7of4i4xbynypli

Abstract book of the 5th World Parkinson Congress, Kyoto, Japan, June 4–7, 2019

2019 Journal of Parkinson's Disease  
Rather than using their expertise to write dry essays on (say) health policy, they much prefer personal narratives with characters, scenes, conflict and resolution.  ...  In the last 10 years, it has been demonstrated that individuals with idiopathic PD who participated in adapted Argentine tango (adapted tango) dance lessons improved their mobility, balance, gait, and  ...  An analysis of their experience and ability resulted in the development of a training program by NF with support from PDMDS that would equip them with skills to conduct door-to-door surveys to identify  ... 
doi:10.3233/jpd-199900 fatcat:5vfqpicl35co7pzopm2g5lgaem

Impoliteness in cyberspace : personally abusive reader responses in online news media

Manuela Neurauter-Kessels
This mode of communication allows users to share their personal views and discuss and debate newspaper content with a potentially vast mass media readership.  ...  In this setting, people with sometimes strongly different points of view disagree and criticize each other and thus conflictive talk appears to be an essential feature.  ...  Acknowledgements To begin with, I would like to show my appreciation to the Swiss National Science Foundation for the financial support to realize this project.  ... 
doi:10.5167/uzh-164231 fatcat:sdkw46uk7rfrzcyx3qho6lipva

Speech Engines

James Grimmelmann
They help users achieve their diverse and individualized information goals by sorting through the unimaginable scale and chaos of the Internet.  ...  The result is a sensible, workable compromise between the conduit and editor theories.  ...  It takes two to tango, and three to search. In addition to the website and the search engine, there is also the user.  ... 
doi:10.17605/ fatcat:3tqvj6xfffdszfrorrihd43hji

Negotiation and Learning at work

Raymond John Smith, University, My, Stephen Billett
At its most fundamental, that interaction is between the worker and their context, between the individual and their immediate situation.  ...  It is used to bring a range of meanings to the description and explanation of work learning as an interactive process of active participation in and with the resources that constitute work.  ...  environment, the common user interface platform on which the university delivers its ITS.  ... 
doi:10.25904/1912/572 fatcat:l4hnfgwshrfzlkglvhoaaz3bly


Berlin Ibadan
It takes two to tango, and penalties should be equally severe on both sidesusually a multiple of the bribes received or pald.  ...  It points to a number of ways to narrow the growing gap between the demands on states and their capability to meet those demands.  ...  The estimates for the republics of the former Soviet Union are preliminary and their classification will be kept under review.  ... 

The Other America of Paul Auster, Jim Jarmusch and Tom Waits

Adriano Antonio Tedde, University, My, Amanda Howell, David Baker, Christine Barrett
On one side, their works appear to be the backbone of a 1980s counterculture, formed against the age of consumerism and hedonism, and critical of everything American.  ...  Born between the late 1940s and the early 1950s, in different parts of the United States, Auster, Jarmusch, and Waits have produced a series of works that share strong similarities.  ...  Its otherness, therefore, is neither self-imposed, nor does indicate incompatibility between two separate realities.  ... 
doi:10.25904/1912/2054 fatcat:bw3kn4txvreabhxtd46thvhwja

Ethnographic experimentalism

Shambhavi Prakash
The choice of these four works – in each case, one work on non-European cultures and one on Europe's own marginalized, persecuted and silenced others – serve to identify the framing principle of the other  ...  Ulrike Ottinger and Hubert Fichte are both known for their ethnographic approach, and the reception of their works tends to divide their oeuvre into early and later phases.  ...  (56-57) Horkheimer is critical of positivism for its limited approach to reality, but he also divides reality between "surface phenomena" and the "underlying reality".  ... 
doi:10.7282/t34q7wqd fatcat:2p4al4tiwzftnph7txcywqe53e


Prollvlirza Baig
It was mistrust on each other which complicated matters between the two communities to an extent which was irrevocable and impossible to untangle.  ...  And as virtual reality (VR) headsets are on the verge of creating a lifelike, 3-D simulation. more people will get hooked to this online. alternative existence.  ...  It's as if, you were connected with reality with a l;Jridge and suddenly, the side towards reality moved a few steps back due to land sliding.  ... 

Sounding Jewish in Berlin : klezmer musical practice, historical memory and the contemporary city

Philip Alexander
When referring to this thesis, full bibliographic details including the author, title, awarding institution and date of the thesis must be given e.g.  ...  Declaration for SOAS PhD thesis I have read and understood regulation 17.9 of the Regulations for students of the SOAS, University of London concerning plagiarism.  ...  between the two -in what could be transferred from one context to the other.  ... 
doi:10.25501/soas.00026162 fatcat:dlk6ayq7nfcddcvbqjqzrmttaq

Re-Conceptualizing Safety: Examining the Intersections of Patriarchal Violence and Survivors' Empowerment

Janae Eboni Bonsu
community, institutional, and policy factors influence gender-oppressed Black people's exposure to state violence, their safety responses to violence, and their sense of empowerment as it relates to safety  ...  Participants' narratives revealed that the individual, interpersonal, and structural factors within these themes also have disempowering effects on their sense of safety.  ...  For phase two of the study, all virtual interview participants provided verbal consent and were sent a copy of the consent document via email for their records.  ... 
doi:10.25417/uic.17026190.v1 fatcat:j4ynrzfnjzbcxjxjtebyszofiy

The Long Road of the Sole General Practitioner: Towards Definition, Knowledge and Endurance

Maxine Evers
This thesis is submitted in total fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy to La Trobe Law School, College of Arts, Social Sciences and Commerce, La Trobe University, Victoria  ...  ' sense-making of their lifeworld. 59 It sits on Finlay's continuum with two distinct principles -firstly, analysis of the individual case building up to the collective narrative, and secondly, recognition  ...  (Finlay's continuum) and acknowledging that the researcher, whilst conscious of the need to be truthful to the participants' stories, can never be a completely objective bystander.  ... 
doi:10.26181/18316451.v1 fatcat:vmlum5o23fedbcfpjfrawo7gsi
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