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Learning and Reasoning in Complex Coalition Information Environments: A Critical Analysis

Federico Cerutti, Moustafa Alzantot, Tianwei Xing, Daniel Harborne, Jonathan Z. Bakdash, Dave Braines, Supriyo Chakraborty, Lance Kaplan, Angelika Kimmig, Alun Preece, Ramya Raghavendra, Murat Sensoy (+1 others)
2018 2018 21st International Conference on Information Fusion (FUSION)  
In this paper we provide a critical analysis with metrics that will inform guidelines for designing distributed systems for Collective Situational Understanding (CSU).  ...  ., accurate and deep understanding of a situation derived from uncertain and often sparse data and collective foresight-i.e., the ability to predict what will happen in the future.  ...  The views and conclusions contained in this document are those of the authors and should not be interpreted as representing the official policies, either expressed or implied, of the U.S.  ... 
doi:10.23919/icif.2018.8455458 dblp:conf/fusion/CeruttiAXHBBCKK18 fatcat:ktslx27imbe5jbqcjduzgcq35q

A historiometric analysis of leadership in mission critical multiteam environments

Leslie A. DeChurch, C. Shawn Burke, Marissa L. Shuffler, Rebecca Lyons, Daniel Doty, Eduardo Salas
2011 Leadership Quarterly  
These contexts were chosen for two reasons: (1) they capture the external networking required of many complex organizational tasks and (2) they are mission criticalthe outcomes of leadership in these contexts  ...  Critical incidents were then sorted, translated, and retranslated in order to inductively derive a set of leader functions essential for orchestrating effort in mission critical multiteam contexts.  ...  As multiteam context are complex, informationally rich, and time-limited, the development of automated feedback tools which gather and feed information back to leaders regarding such behaviors as information  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.leaqua.2010.12.013 fatcat:jtucrxjckzaazjvloy3qdnzv3y

Partnering for research: A critical discourse analysis

Catherine J. Irving, Leona M. English
2008 Studies in Continuing Education  
Using a critical discourse analysis, informed by poststructuralist theory, we explore the research phenomenon of coerced partnership.  ...  Competition for research funds is increasing, especially in the Canadian landscape where fiscal conservatism is a government mantra.  ...  Through doing critical discourse analysis on these research practices we have contributed to the ongoing development of our field and encourage others to do the same.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01580370802097702 fatcat:yclsw352tvczbmbnn4wsz5hd7u


Imam Wahyudi
2018 Gadjah Mada International Journal of Business  
Consequently, a lot of research findings cannot be applied in accounting practice. Thus, accountingresearch and accounting theorizing may not produce a real answer to the accounting problems.  ...  As a result, accounting tends to be seen as an objective information separated from its social environment.This belief has created many disadvantages to the development of accounting practices and accounting  ...  Human beings are assumed to be continually processing information, learning and adapting.  ... 
doi:10.22146/gamaijb.37907 fatcat:xbl3qzsqzjem5nkzr5wnzebgzq

The developmental state in the 21st century: a critical analysis and a suggested way forward

Emrah Karaoğuz
2019 Panoeconomicus  
and evolve according to social conflicts in a non neutral international environment."  ...  This is a tough question and requires an in-depth theoretical analysis on its own.  ... 
doi:10.2298/pan180918005k fatcat:4qmpx3ybvrbh3mvfw22wtiklyy

Urban Informality as a Site of Critical Analysis

Nicola Banks, Melanie Lombard, Diana Mitlin
2019 Journal of Development Studies  
Informal urban governance and predatory politics in Africa: The role of motor-park touts in Lagos. African Affairs, 117,6 2 -82.  ...  Informal labor, formal politics, and dignified discontent in India. New York: Cambridge University Press. Agbiboa, D. E. (2018).  ...  Urban informality as a site of critical analysis: advancing the concept As we have illustrated, our call to view urban informality as a site of critical analysis requires a more complex understanding of  ... 
doi:10.1080/00220388.2019.1577384 fatcat:sqy3yt3jcze2vhzfbi5ary33xe

Social Democratic and Critical Theories of the Intellectual Commons: A Critical Analysis

Antonios Broumas
2017 tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique  
By deciphering contemporary shifts and dynamics in the ways we produce and distribute information, knowledge and culture, such theories are thus better placed to inspire and orientate social movements,  ...  Over the past twenty years theorizing about the intellectual commons has undeniably become a popular activity not only among scholars that deal with the dialectics between information/communication technologies  ...  In the networked information environment, individual and collective participation in cultural production is enabled by (a) the lower cost of engaging in cultural production, which has led to wide social  ... 
doi:10.31269/triplec.v15i1.783 fatcat:s2zcifaii5gkfjmxj2eadqwwli

Ecological Modernisation and the Governance of Carbon: A Critical Analysis [chapter]

Ian Bailey, Andy Gouldson, Peter Newell
2012 The New Carbon Economy  
Of these two interpretations, critical perspectives on EM hold that it should be seen as a technocratic project for a number of reasons.  ...  EM theories therefore seek to describe, and in some cases to promote, the processes of framing and learning that might allow modern societies to mediate the relationship between environment and economy  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781118315835.ch5 fatcat:ipxuc2cx2bhbbfzj5xbfwfvbvu

Hegemony and its discontents: a critical analysis of organizational knowledge transfer

Raza Mir, Subhabrata Bobby Banerjee, Ali Mir, Banerjee
2008 Critical Perspectives on International Business  
In this paper, we address these questions through a critical analysis of organizational approaches to "knowledge transfer" and by reporting the results of an ethnographic study of the practices of knowledge  ...  Knowledge and organizational research: a critical assessment  ...  If we are to grow in today's environment, we will have to learn to look at markets in terms of regions, and not nations.  ... 
doi:10.1108/17422040810869990 fatcat:suj5r4fa6ncv7li2ytpkuaridy

Ecological Modernisation and the Governance of Carbon: A Critical Analysis

Ian Bailey, Andy Gouldson, Peter Newell
2011 Antipode  
We conclude by questioning whether there are social capacities to recognise and respond to the emergent limits of these new forms of carbon governance in time to avert dangerous climate change.  ...  We began this paper by suggesting that EM theories are centrally concerned with social capacities to recognise and respond to existing and emergent environmental problems.  ...  Of these two interpretations, critical perspectives on EM hold that it should be seen as a technocratic project for a number of reasons.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-8330.2011.00880.x fatcat:jftdt73lyfcahpjqucwhucyb7y

Citizenship, global citizenship and volunteer tourism: a critical analysis

Jim Butcher
2017 Tourism Recreation Resarch  
The experience of immersion in a new context in combination with relevant academic support provides an intense learning environment that will transform both social/political awareness and personal awareness  ...  , informing future academic and professional development.'  ... 
doi:10.1080/02508281.2017.1295172 fatcat:khrncbbogbfmhblvvaq5jxg23i

Regulating Industrial Parks Development in Ethiopia: A Critical Analysis

Ermias Wedajo Azmach
2019 Beijing Law Review  
This paper is intended to provide a brief overview of the regulatory areas and instruments of IP's, the different experiences, the key lessons that Ethiopia can learn from other countries, as well as the  ...  , and not as a "one off" venture.  ...  In the third model, a statutory body and a corporation are set up, respectively, for administration and development of the complex (FIAS, 2008) .  ... 
doi:10.4236/blr.2019.101003 fatcat:vxx5azavjrfe5bgllqgmxe3rky

'Do you care about the river?' A critical discourse analysis and lessons for management of social conflict over Atlantic salmon ( Salmo salar ) conservation in the case of voluntary stocking in Wales

Hannah L. Harrison, Sophia Kochalski, Robert Arlinghaus, Øystein Aas, Megan Bailey
2019 People and Nature  
Using the 2014 termination of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) stocking in Wales as a case, we conducted a critical discourse analysis of interview data, online print media, social media and policy documents  ...  Managers are challenged to balance opposing stakeholder preferences with their own mandates in a charged environment.  ...  In this, NRW defines an ecosystem approach as an 'approach in which populations of fish are managed in a holistic way as a component of the environment, and not solely for the support of recreational or  ... 
doi:10.1002/pan3.10049 fatcat:msq6t3a7drfl7fi77teczamm3i

A Critical Analysis of Life Imprisonment in Malawi

Esther Gumboh
2017 Journal of African Law  
The article argues that, in the absence of a clear statutory definition of life imprisonment and an inadequate release system, the application of life imprisonment in Malawi is inconsistent with the Bill  ...  The abolition of the mandatory death penalty for murder in Malawi has attracted attention to life imprisonment as a possible punishment for capital crimes.  ...  A critical analysis of cases from the High Court and Malawi Supreme Court of Appeal (MSCA) will be done in order to determine the courts" understanding of the aims of punishment, how they interact with  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0021855317000250 fatcat:wux2qufnpzfkvfq5hi7atcacmq

Queering Center: A Critical Discourse Analysis of University LGBT Center Theoretical Foundations

Jen M Self
2015 Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis  
scholarly critiques of both identity political and multicultural frameworks, asserts a strong claim for reconceptualizing the project of campus centers through a critical, intersectional lens based in  ...  Building on interdisciplinary work by critical feminist, race, and queer scholars in sociology, social work, education, and political science, this study proposed a vital shift from identity politics (  ...  I uphold that the analysis presented here provides palpable fodder for a critical shift in the theoretical and practice frameworks that inform the philosophy and practice of campus LGBT centers.  ... 
doi:10.31274/jctp-180810-48 fatcat:vn675udp5rgsflyvaghulxau2m
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