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Losing My Revolution: How Many Resources Shared on Social Media Have Been Lost? [article]

Hany M. SalahEldeen, Michael L. Nelson
2012 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper we explore how many resources shared in social media are still available on the live web or in public web archives.  ...  From this model we conclude that after the first year of publishing, nearly 11% of shared resources will be lost and after that we will continue to lose 0.02% per day.  ...  There have been many studies analyzing the behavior of users within a social network, how they interact, and what content they share [3, 19, 20, 23] . As for Twitter, Kwak et al.  ... 
arXiv:1209.3026v1 fatcat:nua4nnnjhrdwlpkwwgvwsqzdsy

Losing My Revolution: How Many Resources Shared on Social Media Have Been Lost? [chapter]

Hany M. SalahEldeen, Michael L. Nelson
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper we explore how many resources shared in social media are still available on the live web or in public web archives.  ...  From this model we conclude that after the first year of publishing, nearly 11% of shared resources will be lost and after that we will continue to lose 0.02% per day.  ...  There have been many studies analyzing the behavior of users within a social network, how they interact, and what content they share [3, 19, 20, 23] . As for Twitter, Kwak et al.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-33290-6_14 fatcat:i2jcfqminrbffmsswq3jvbqalq

Lost futures? Educated youth precarity and protests in the Oromia region, Ethiopia

Tatek Abebe
2020 Children's Geographies  
Drawing on ethnographic fieldwork, this article explores the connections between young people's livelihoods, education and visions of the future in Ethiopia.  ...  It engages with educated youth's narratives of precarity, dispossession, and 'intimate exclusions,' discussing how development has impacted rural livelihoods.  ...  Many thanks to the working group on 'Learning for the Future-Transdisciplinary Perspectives on Knowledge Transmission in Africa and Beyond' in Bayreuth University for hosting me during my sabbatical in  ... 
doi:10.1080/14733285.2020.1789560 fatcat:zaj6sknm2zhxjpgk7iu7biptli

Seeing Revolution Non-Linearly: www.filmingrevolution.org

Alisa Lebow
2016 Visual Anthropology  
Much attention had already been taken up with the effects of new technologies and the ever proliferating associated media (many had perhaps too  ...  civil revolution as a non-linear, ever-unfolding, on-going, event.  ...  This is the contention of filmmaker Marouan Omara, who expresses the frustration (shared by many others) that the films that have been made about the revolution thus far, whether by Egyptians or outsiders  ... 
doi:10.1080/08949468.2016.1154751 fatcat:j6sv6plhsjd3vamgpgs3kynvtq

"What We Lost In Syria, We Had Already Lost In Palestine:" Uncovering Stories Across Generations of Palestinian Women Born in Syria

Mette Edith Lundsfryd Stendevad
2020 Civil Society Review  
The structural constraints have disproportional implications with regards to the women's age, education level, marital status, maternity status, and their current place of exile.  ...  The results presented here are based on women's oral history as part of a decolonial intersectional feminist epistemology centralised in Palestine Studies.  ...  Acknowledgements I would like to extend my gratitude to all the participants and their families, as well as to my co-panellists from the panel "Lebanon, Syria, and Palestine: Colonial Histories between  ... 
doi:10.28943/csr.004.011 fatcat:vcg5ubg6aje6dcf2l4zawo22ii

Information and Revolution

Steven Lloyd Wilson
2017 Social Science Research Network  
Abstract How does the Internet affect authoritarian regimes?  ...  A large-n, cross-country empirical approach finds strong evidence of the theorized relationship between technical literacy and revolution.  ...  Popular accounts of the "social media revolutions" of the Color Revolutions and Arab Spring have prompted a rush of empirical work exploring the relationship between new communications technologies and  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2984819 fatcat:k7wgglcflfgbfecua3b3ycq3bi

The identity process in times of rupture: Narratives from the Egyptian revolution

Sarah Hassan Awad
2016 Journal of Social and Political Psychology  
revolution, at which time Egypt has witnessed major social and political changes.  ...  The aim is to understand the identity process of individuals as they develop and adapt through changing social contexts and how they create alternative social relations as they engage in prefigurative  ...  As an Egyptian the impact of the revolution on my own life triggered my interest to examine how the social change was a personally transformative experience for many who shared the aspirations for a better  ... 
doi:10.5964/jspp.v4i1.521 fatcat:sqlyurqwn5d5dflf45lz2fqd7u

Populist Citzenship in the Bolivarian Revolution

Carlos de la Torre
2017 Middle Atlantic Review of Latin American Studies  
It compares how political, socioeconomic, civil, collective, gender, and GLBT rights were imagined and implemented in Venezuela, Bolivia, and Ecuador.  ...  President Correa (2012: 100) for example asserted: "the media have always been one of the de facto powers that have dominated Latin American countries."  ...  Morales lost a referendum in 2016 that would have allowed him to run yet for another term, but will modify the constitution to run again in 2019.  ... 
doi:10.23870/marlasv1n1ct fatcat:6r5fkv5e65c6fnl6lm3le3zj7a

A lost Canadian dialect [chapter]

Bridget L. Jankowski, Sali A. Tagliamonte
2017 Advances in Historical Sociolinguistics  
Scot and Cree also agree on the vowel sound in words like "lake," and "plate." It is close enough to the e in "pepper" that paper/pepper have been rhymed.  ...  On one Sunday he heard Latin and French at St. Boniface; the next Sunday "at St. Peter's, Indian Settlement, a full-blooded Indian, Rev.  ...  In the absence of codified norms, we have based many of our findings on usage observed in written publications of social institutions.  ... 
doi:10.1075/ahs.7.10jan fatcat:xy37zru3wfgz5dg4boml5h5jum

Lost land of bliss [chapter]

Ainur Elmgren
2021 The Nordic Economic, Social and Political Model  
After 300 years, Astolf returns to his northern homeland and finds it transformed: monarchy and nobility have been abolished, and the former subjects have lost their warlike honour.  ...  Their respective emphasis on correlation versus causation varied, but most of them shared the fear of a future where this package would be lost: a future of increasing inequality and increasing distinction  ... 
doi:10.4324/9780429026690-3 fatcat:xqkjnlcfcbejpe5goe75pn36t4

La Rivoluzione Macchiata: The Stained Revolution

Sasha Souillard
2021 The Interdependent: Journal of Undergraduate Research in Global Studies  
Over the last few years, Italy has been governed by right-wing coalitions that have implemented fascist practices once used by Mussolini.  ...  This study investigates Italy's sociopolitical climate through graffiti as a form of art, and also sheds light on how graffiti provokes its audience.  ...  been granted asylum in other countries with more resources.  ... 
doi:10.33682/nv4g-se2u fatcat:ol2fk2hs5zhydppqeduos4kzwy

Lost in Translation: Neo-Bernean or Neo-Freudian?

Stephen Karpman
2006 Transactional Analysis Journal  
Most of my articles are available free on my Web site.  ...  One wonders, how many patients would voluntarily purchase artificial mutual intimacy with an expensive stranger in an expensive office?  ...  The neo-Bernean and neo-Freudian cultures have opposite languages, with too much of the mutual understanding lost in translation.  ... 
doi:10.1177/036215370603600404 fatcat:h5gfeqejbng4pego3yppjxpbsq

The Lost Generation

Jiong Tu
2016 China Perspectives  
have done, how many forms they have filled out, the number of records they have written, etc.  ...  Many old people have chronic illnesses such as asthma, and they can't walk to my clinic.  ... 
doi:10.4000/chinaperspectives.7084 fatcat:a2sbbwgduja6deiw45zzsibmqu

Revolutions and Expatriates: Social Networking, Ubiquitous Media and the Disintermediation of the State

Jon M. Garon
2012 Social Science Research Network  
I have reached that age when one visits the hear merely as a courtesy. 2  ...  If I forget you, 0 Jerusalem, let my right hand forget its skill! Let my tongue stick to the roof of my mouth, if I do not remember you, if I do not set Jerusalem above my highest joy!  ...  Instead, viral culture is mediated, if at all, by the social media elite-the self-identified, highly active individuals who invest their time and resources to influence the trends on the Internet.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2008024 fatcat:uvbhlcjcx5afbacfcxlecfe6uq

Missed Revolutions, Non-Revolutions, Revolutions to Come: An Encounter with Mourning Sickness: Hegel and the French Revolution, Rebecca Comay

REBECCA COMAY In Conversation with JOSHUA NICHOLS
2012 PhaenEx: Journal of Existential and Phenomenological Theory and Culture  
Comay's new book Mourning Sickness sets its sights on Hegel's response to the French Revolutionary Terror.  ...  The overall aim is twofold: to introduce the main themes of the book and to touch on some of its contemporary implications.  ...  Hegel's own explicit remarks on the French Revolution seem generally to be more political in their focus than economic or social (something that Marx of course would rectify), but in these passages you  ... 
doi:10.22329/p.v7i1.3612 fatcat:ywhzkzh3o5a53kdumilpzggkaq
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