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Oh What a Beautiful Morning! Diurnal Influences on Executives and Analysts: Evidence from Conference Calls

Jing Chen, Elizabeth Demers, Baruch Lev
2018 Management science  
We use archival data derived from time-stamped quarterly earnings conference calls together with linguistic algorithms to measure and track the moods of executives and analysts at different times of the  ...  The evidence indicates that the tone of conference call discussions deteriorates markedly over the course of the trading day, with both analysts' and executives' moods becoming more negative as the day  ...  Furthermore, both executives and analysts on the calls are subject to these diurnal influences.  ... 
doi:10.1287/mnsc.2017.2888 fatcat:m5i5rykm7vhcbkavhoczq6ofei

The Poetic Vision of Robert Penn Warren

John Boening, Victor H. Strandberg
1978 World literature today  
wishes, oh what a bunch of crackpots!  ...  They move the sequence through the narrator's insomnia-wracked night towards the concluding Poem 7, "Dawn," which on this execution morning will come "Like a blast of buckshot through I A stained-glass  ... 
doi:10.2307/40132859 fatcat:mj4fulmy5neuvghddkoh3ibqwq

The Situation: An Introduction to the Situational Character, Critical Realism, Power Economics, and Deep Capture

Jon Hanson, David Yosifon
2003 University of Pennsylvania law review  
See Jim Dwyer & Kevin Flynn, New Light on Jogger's Rape Calls Evidence into Question, N.Y.  ...  Galileo called the argument "beautiful and worthy of Ptolemy" but pointed to the (now obvious) alternative explanation that "if we let this sphere be still and let the terrestrial globe turn on itself  ...  Adopting the axiom of "consent" as central to the analysis, Shapiro discerns the quintessential form of what he and most theorists find to be a permissible kind of paternalism-selfpaternalism. 7 2 5 The  ... 
doi:10.2307/3313062 fatcat:wugnt7ejirepdkmobntmdjyzsa

The Poetic Vision of Robert Penn Warren

Roy Harvey Pearce, Victor Strandberg
1979 American Literature  
Oh, what do I remember? I heard the swamp-owl, night-long, call. The far car's headlight swept the room wall.  ...  They move the sequence through the narrator's insomnia-wracked night towards the concluding Poem 7, "Dawn," which on this execution morning will come "Like a blast of buckshot through/A stained-glass window  ... 
doi:10.2307/2925260 fatcat:ss6jjq6uo5bplbnacdfavaqzqm

ینایر 2012

2012 مجلة دراسات الطفولة  
in January 19,1999, webcast featuring RIM executives as well as industry analyst Andy Seybold and representatives from Rogers and BellSouth.  ...  (Summers, 1970) Here we see that the driving factor behind what makes fashion fashionable is not the desire to appear beautiful but the desire to be associated with those who dictate what defines beauty  ... 
doi:10.21608/jsc.2012.93230 fatcat:tjlak37dafcuxnhpqvgpjlwghe

Rose's homeodynamic perspective is not an alternative to neo-Darwinism

A. J. Wells
1999 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
What confers such similarities, such identities and differences, on the space-time trajectories of life?  ...  explain the freedom enjoyed by what he calls "lifelines," he blurs what one might call the "objective" and "subjective" senses of freedom.  ...  In psychology, what is now called evolutionary psychology may be big with the newspapers, but in the discipline as a whole it is a speck on the public image.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x9951220x fatcat:4novdyzfkncebpxgybojuocioi

Précis of "Lifelines: biology, freedom, determinism"

S Rose
1999 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
DNA is not a blueprint, and the four dimensions of life (three of space, one of time) cannot be read off from its one-dimensional strand.  ...  The history of biology as a discipline has given excessive authority to reductionism, which collapses higher level accounts, such as social or behavioural ones, into molecular ones.  ...  What confers such similarities, such identities and differences, on the space-time trajectories of life?  ... 
pmid:11301572 fatcat:na2jw3yxpnfsrm3n77j3k5aa6u

Real mysteries: narrative and the unknowable

2014 ChoiceReviews  
What prose fiction contributed was silence, releasing words from what one might call their aural materiality.  ...  its living, diurnal character.  ...  I know what occurred here, yes, but I also feel betrayed by a nation that so widely shrugs off barbarity, by a military judicial system that treats murderers and common soldiers as one and the same.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.52-0109 fatcat:y6l3rcvgxnaqvevip2d3xy7dry

The modern satiric grotesque and its traditions

1992 ChoiceReviews  
what, and executed, like Kafka's K in The Trial (1924) .  ...  and diurnal mediocrity.  ...  is wonderfully on the upswing, richly creative and alive in the twentieth century.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.29-3725 fatcat:x42jlgjuqncpfgyhtvxwlufgia

Population-Development-Environment: Understanding Their Interactions in Mauritius

I. W., Wolfgang Lutz
1995 Population  
"And we're on Mauritius, right?" "Yes," she said. "Then," pointing at one of the birds, he went on, "these must be ... oh, for heaven's sake, I think I know exactly what these are.  ...  The southwestern tourist zone, a coastal line stretching from Flic-en-Flac to Le Morne.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1534221 fatcat:7qtzalioh5ellk43x257gqwpqe

Narratives of Crime and Disorder: Representations of Robbery and Burglary in the London Press, 1780-1830

Robert Stephen Hopps
2017
The press's reliance on unsolved crime reports provide a more realistic guide to the extent and nature of offending than court records.  ...  This thesis is a qualitative and quantitative study of crime and justice reportage of several London newspapers during two periods - the 1780s and the early nineteenth century focusing on two felonies:  ...  confer authority and legitimacy on the notion of systematic and collectively organised criminality.  ... 
doi:10.21954/ou.ro.0000ce4e fatcat:fag5zcei45d7jlb6vozcj6yp6a

Scandal and Democracy: Media Politics in Indonesia

Mary E. McCoy
2019
At a last press conference, a lone journalist from the Jakarta Post finally asked KPU delegates, "At what point does the mounting evidence of fraud invalidate the elections?"  ...  and "organizing a conference without a permit."  ...  Appendixes (continued) Note on the Collection of Headlines In selecting sample headlines to show the changing tenor of press content covering the years 1985 (appendix 1) and 1990 (appendix 2) from holdings  ... 
doi:10.7298/g968-z934 fatcat:nlx23bx2gzbbteaechb4j3wy64

Not a Sob Story: Transitioning Out of Sex Work

Tuulia Law, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa
2011
As such, this thesis examines the trajectories, challenges and strategies of women who transitioned or are in the process of transitioning from criminalized indoor sex work (escorting, erotic massage and  ...  Using Ebaugh's role exit theory and Goffman's conceptualization of stigma, intersectional feminist analysis and labour theory, I position the transition as a re-negotiation of self, involving conflicts  ...  If a man calls and they know what they're calling about, they know why they're calling, I know why they're calling, we negotiate a price, it's all out on the table, everything's there.  ... 
doi:10.20381/ruor-4673 fatcat:mb4u2ckorjd3pcjqkhxwzvg5zq

Adventurous and contemplative : a reading of Byron's Don Juan

Catherine Anne Addison
1987
This dissertation on Byron's Don Juan begins with a history and analysis of the stanza form.  ...  Still other digressions are not metaleptic leaps from a fictional to a "real" world, or from one fictional world to another, however; they are the result of the narrator's tendency to linger too long in  ...  Look back o'er ages ere unto the stake fast You bind yourself, and call some mode the best one. Nothing more true than not to trust your senses; And yet what are your other evidences?  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0097162 fatcat:ohn3gupq2fg4desbogdo4g3coa

Back to the Garden: The Woodstock Artists' Colony

John Paul Murphy
2017 unpublished
Two artists' colonies-Byrdcliffe (1902-28) and The Maverick (1904-44)-instituted the community's countercultural values of handicraft, cooperative labor, and simple living at a remove from urban-industrial  ...  From 1902 onwards, Woodstock-a small Dutch hamlet in upstate New York-attracted an astonishing array of painters, designers, photographers, sculptors, and printmakers, including painters George Bellows  ...  In "A propos of Lady Chatterley's Lover," Lawrence had written Oh, what a catastrophe for man when he cut himself off from the rhythm of the year, from his unison with the sun and the earth…This is what  ... 
doi:10.21985/n2hx3m fatcat:mulnlcv5ifeandfkzu4j63yufu
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