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Closed circuits

Manuela Ivone P. da Cunha
2008 Ethnography  
of the prison as a 'total institution' and for exploring anew the boundary that separates it (or not) from outside worlds.  ...  entails the activation of wide-ranging carceralized networks bringing kinship and neighborhood into the prison as well as the prison into the domestic world.  ...  I am also indebted to the reviewers, and to Pat Carlen and Loïc Wacquant for their detailed and insightful comments on an earlier version of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1466138108094974 fatcat:dmtkfw2k6rbgxibar4f6fbost4

Quarantined, Sequestered, Closed: Theorising Academic Bodies Under Covid-19 Lockdown

Lesley Gourlay
2020 Postdigital Science and Education  
and sociomaterial practices, with reference to the etymological analysis.  ...  This paper examines this and related contemporary terms, in order to consider the complex and contradictory nature of enforced sites of isolation, with reference to the historical literature.  ...  Acknowledgements The research project 'UCL Moving to Online Teaching and Homeworking' is supported by UCL Institute of Education, and is led by Allison Littlejohn.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s42438-020-00193-6 fatcat:4skbmjstdnb7bkxthdfkbiuwjq

Intersubjectivity at Close Quarters: How Dancers of Tango Argentino Use Imagery for Interaction and Improvisation

Michael Kimmel
2009 Cognitive Semiotics  
it more closely.  ...  INTERSUBJECTIVITY AT CLOSE QUARTERS | 77 freedom.  ...  A similar chain can be found on the closed side of the embrace.  ... 
doi:10.1515/cogsem.2009.4.1.76 fatcat:xbj62fzp4jdz7oaldwpdcot324

Social media and supply chain risk management: improving risk detection and supply chain resilience

Scott R Cox, J Kirk Atkinson
2019 Journal of Transportation Management  
This paper investigates the potential use for social media as a technology to help with supply chain risk detection and supply chain resilience.  ...  Recently, greater attention is being given to social media and its potential uses within the supply chain.  ...  Scholars have noted that a firm should have a cost-effective risk management strategy for monitoring and detecting supply chain disruptions (Autry and Moon, 2016) and managers can reduce risk by designing  ... 
doi:10.22237/jotm/1572566700 fatcat:l7qv774kijf3zbwgaonnxwizhy

Closing up Shop: Perspectives on the Departmental/Programmatic Elimination Experience

Susan B. Donoff, Vicki J. Rosser
2016 Journal of Higher Education  
As a means of addressing the lived experience of faculty members and department chairs, the following qualitative case study explores perceptions of implementing departmental and/or programmatic eliminations  ...  Departmental and programmatic eliminations represent a new paradigm in the history of American higher education.  ...  You should work closely with your executive committees to develop these recommendations.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00221546.2016.11777402 fatcat:h3vl6r7iuneulohgjdvhpme25q

Corporation, Education, and Knowing Your Station: Social Estates between a Closed City and an Oxbridge College

Dominic Martin
2021 Laboratorium  
An autoethnographic perspective links an ancient Oxbridge college with the former closed military-industrial city in Russia's Pacific, and the new corporate power elite is imbricated in a global assemblage  ...  as an engine driving aspects of choice and distinction in the education of young people coming of age at the social and geographic extremities of the aura of a global corporation.  ...  scenarios such as ameliorating supply-chain disruption.  ... 
doi:10.25285/2078-1938-2021-13-1-104-126 fatcat:l5ty5xi3obaihd4cw4qd2z7pxm

Full Issue (19.2, Fall 2008)

Journal of Transportation Management Editors
2008 Journal of Transportation Management  
Articles accepted for publication will be of interest to both academicians and practitioners and will specifically address the managerial implications of the subject matter.  ...  The primary purpose of the JTM is to serve as a channel for the dissemination of information relevant to the management of transportation and logistics activities in any and all types of organizations.  ...  ., Michigan State University) is a Manager of Transportation Sourcing and Systems at The Hershey Company. Mr. Schlosser has previously published work in Transportation Journal.  ... 
doi:10.22237/jotm/1220227680 fatcat:iieu3sub7nd2tovief5tjnaeye

Resilience and Digitalization in Short Food Supply Chains: A Case Study Approach

Rosario Michel-Villarreal, Eliseo Luis Vilalta-Perdomo, Maurizio Canavari, Martin Hingley
2021 Sustainability  
However, a major barrier to achieving sustainable supply chains is the uncertainty associated with supply chain activities.  ...  Findings suggest that SFSCs possess the supply chain resilience (SC resilience) capabilities investigated here, namely flexibility, redundancy, collaboration, visibility and agility.  ...  Acknowledgments: We extend our thanks to all participants from Mercado de las Cosas Verdes Tianquiskilitl and Colectivo Zacahuitzco who kindly gave us their time and insights to complete this work.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13115913 fatcat:6vbi26ow65bd5oeytqqv3iyof4


Fidow Abdikadir Noor
2020 European journal of business and strategic management  
Small business owners, regulators, lenders, and the general public may benefit from this research by considering the impact of disruptions on small businesses.  ...  Design/methodology/approach: The target population of the study was the business community of Eastliegh, and samples of 50 businesses were randomly selected from the population. descriptive statistics  ...  Lederman, Kurnia, and Lederman (2009) studied designing supply chain systems to cope with catastrophes.  ... 
doi:10.47604/ejbsm.1122 fatcat:wnmeun3bvveqdj2hty4jpqchdm

Full Issue (29.2, Winter 2019)

Journal of Transportation Management Editors
2019 Journal of Transportation Management  
transportation, logistics and supply chain fields.  ...  Articles from related areas, such as third party logistics, purchasing and materials management, and supply chain management, are acceptable as long as they are related to transportation and logistics  ...  operations and supply chain design.  ... 
doi:10.22237/jotm/1572566820 fatcat:x4boui5hxrdjvmpim5mponahgq

How Does a Pandemic Disrupt the Benefits of eCommerce? A Case Study of Small and Medium Enterprises in the US

Raziel Bravo, Mario Gonzalez Segura, Olawale Temowo, Subhashish Samaddar
2022 Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research  
Inspired by the ongoing disruption to businesses across the world, this research focuses on how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the contribution of eCommerce to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs  ...  How does eCommerce affect an SME's three major business functions during a global disruption?  ...  Mack College of Business at Georgia State University (GSU) for guidance, encouragement, advice, and unlimited support. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/jtaer17020028 fatcat:2g6hz7pz4vdc7lt5x5z4yoqwl4

"Nowhere near Somalia, Mom"

Adrienne Mannov
2021 Focaal: Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology  
But underneath these certificates are the intimate and unequal entanglements of local masculinity norms, age, and kinship ties that sustain the maritime labor supply chain.  ...  In this article, we follow how three young, male seafarers from eastern India find ways to contain piracy risks at work and poverty risks at home, and their sense of obligation as men, sons, husbands,  ...  Acknowledgments Th e research presented in this article was funded by the University of Copenhagen, the Danish Ministry for Research and Innovation, and Seahealth Denmark.  ... 
doi:10.3167/fcl.2021.890104 fatcat:xbmlwwpdsbh4hajo5an4upf2ga

Managing the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain: 'By Wire' "The next big thing"

Dr. Charles Awoala Briggs
2020 International Journal of Advanced engineering Management and Science  
In the healthcare industry, there could be added risk and complexity in the supply chain that can have adverse effect on patient safety and health outcomes.  ...  and consumers is usually the link in the supply chain.  ...  your wrist to monitor heart rate and blood pressure, blood glucose levels, sleep apnea, and even ABCD2., (ABCD2 is a validated, seven-point, risk-stratification tool to identify patients at high risk  ... 
doi:10.22161/ijaems.67.2 fatcat:ko6xoacphnhe3fk5b4mcfgk6uy

The role of personal relationships in supply chain risk information sharing: Perspectives from buyers and suppliers of logistics services

Marco Van der Walt, Wesley Niemann, Arno Meyer
2021 South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences  
The frequent occurrence of supply chain disruptions highlights the importance of sharing supply chain risk information (SCRI) among buyers and suppliers in third-party logistics (3PL) services.  ...  Supply chain partners struggle to determine where the boundaries of a personal relationship lie, especially when risk information is shared.  ...  Disclaimer The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any affiliated agency of the authors.  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajems.v24i1.3703 fatcat:xkhy426xmndttm2elbmvbxdksm


Usung Isaac Akpan
2020 EPRA International Journal of Economic and Business Review  
and society at large.  ...  The nature and extent of the restrictions and lockdown milestones, such as on suspension of non-essential activities, differ between service providers and different sectors , but a substantial proportion  ...  Witnessing the disruption to business from close quarters, they have extended collaboration tools to customers and other value chain partners and gone beyond their roles to stand-by their fellow colleagues  ... 
doi:10.36713/epra3437 fatcat:6xaouinkwffszdsxcxzh35ycf4
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