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The Teacher-Student Relationship in the Use of Social Network Sites for Educational Purposes: A Systematic Review
La relación profesor-estudiante en el uso de sitios web de redes sociales con fines educativos: Una revisión sistemática

Laura Camas, Aída Valero, Mireia Vendrell
2021 Journal of New Approaches in Educational Research  
This paper aims at exploring the educational scholarly writing on the teacher-student relationship and performance within the use of Social Network Sites (SNSs) for educational purposes.  ...  The results show continuity in the roles of educators and students between physical and virtual spaces. This homogeneous conceptualisation is grounded on student-centred theories.  ...  The Teacher-Student Relationship in the Use of Social Network Sites for Educational Purposes: A Systematic Review.  ... 
doi:10.7821/naer.2021.1.591 fatcat:caugc7cxxbgrjev6vniqhekmem

Whose Site Is It Anyway? Expectations of College Web sites

Sheila M. McAllister-Spooner
2010 Public Relations Journal  
An examination of college Web site preferences of high school students, parents/guardians of high school students, and high school guidance and admissions counselors suggests that offering dialogic Internet  ...  Viewed through the lens of the dialogic theory of public relations, the purpose of this study is to examine college Web site preferences of high school students, parents/guardians of high school students  ...  Social networks may be at least as potent in facilitating college choice as a student's individual agency or judgment (Plank & Jordan, 2001) .  ... 
doaj:b3ef2e51fd0547e1a21f2cd9bd102a41 fatcat:c3mt35yxknccnizlcvqs7nh3je

Socially Responsible AI Algorithms: Issues, Purposes, and Challenges [article]

Lu Cheng, Kush R. Varshney, Huan Liu
2021 arXiv   pre-print
In this survey, we provide a systematic framework of Socially Responsible AI Algorithms that aims to examine the subjects of AI indifference and the need for socially responsible AI algorithms, define  ...  To build long-lasting trust between AI and human beings, we argue that the key is to think beyond algorithmic fairness and connect major aspects of AI that potentially cause AI's indifferent behavior.  ...  Acknowledgements This material is based upon work supported by, or in part by, the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL), the U.S.  ... 
arXiv:2101.02032v5 fatcat:p337wqkxkbfu7mlmbhboqz2wcu

ESP and Pedagogy [chapter]

2012 The Handbook of English for Specific Purposes  
In light of a large number of admirable attempts which look at scientific discourse from social, dialogic, and interpersonal points of view, the propositions which consider scientific discourse as an interactive  ...  By the force of our social constructivist gyrations, we have developed glimpses of a social, cultural, and historical dimension in which the discourse of science operates.  ...  In his opinion, what scientists do is to formulate their own version of reality on their own terms and in their own terms.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781118339855.part3 fatcat:crkvsf27yjao3okhayxsf3kyim

Multiple Purposes, Multiple Problems: A User Study of Consent Dialogs after GDPR [article]

Dominique Machuletz, Rainer Böhme
2019 arXiv   pre-print
"), connecting to theories of social norms and deception in consumer research.  ...  After being reminded of their choice, they regret it more often and perceive the consent dialog as more deceptive than the control group.  ...  In this sense, default buttons can be interpreted as a descriptive social norm.  ... 
arXiv:1908.10048v1 fatcat:ahwxwgmgzjagflfen5ln5khojm

A New Purpose for International Broadcasting: Subsidizing Deliberative Technologies in Nontransitioning States

Shawn M. Powers, William Youmans
2012 Journal of Deliberative Democracy  
This paper suggests international broadcasting agencies can find new purpose by utilizing emerging ICTs for the purpose of deliberative development in failed and failing states where public deliberation  ...  In failed or failing states, deliberation as it is operationalized in much of the political communication literature is inapplicable.  ...  There are plenty of sites and organizations that cover the Middle East. What we wanted was a site that enhanced the level of dialogue."  ... 
doi:10.16997/jdd.135 fatcat:xhvyrlvgeze7xkmoxvnjlro4em

Audience Segregation in Social Network Sites

Bibi van den Berg, Ronald Leenes
2010 2010 IEEE Second International Conference on Social Computing  
Since audience segregation is an important mechanism in everyday interactions between people in the real world, we argue that social network sites ought to include this mechanism as well.  ...  Audience segregation in social network sites van den Berg, B.; Leenes, Ronald Abstract-In recent years research has shown that most social network sites pose serious privacy and security risks for individual  ...  We will discuss each in turn. 1 Clique was designed as a social network site for research purposes.  ... 
doi:10.1109/socialcom.2010.165 dblp:conf/socialcom/BergL10 fatcat:7ytxlazj45eyppbdjwijww7n64

Shift Recording in Residential Child Care – Purposes, Issues and Implications for Policy and Practise

Mark Hardy
2014 Surveillance & Society  
conceived in public discourse.  ...  The ways in which information about children in residential child care is recorded and stored raises important implications for service-users, professionals and organizations but is an area of social welfare  ...  Acknowledgment The author would like to thank the anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments and to Mark Smith of the University of Edinburgh for his invaluable guidance and support in the drafting  ... 
doi:10.24908/ss.v12i1.4599 fatcat:t2h3pjtnhbbmzgobd6ko2kzfby

Socially Responsible AI Algorithms: Issues, Purposes, and Challenges

Lu Cheng, Kush R. Varshney, Huan Liu
2021 The Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research  
In this survey, we provide a systematic framework of Socially Responsible AI Algorithms that aims to examine the subjects of AI indifference and the need for socially responsible AI algorithms, define  ...  To build long-lasting trust between AI and human beings, we argue that the key is to think beyond algorithmic fairness and connect major aspects of AI that potentially cause AI's indifferent behavior.  ...  Acknowledgements This material is based upon work supported by, or in part by, the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL), the U.S.  ... 
doi:10.1613/jair.1.12814 fatcat:ksu2dzv2wrgmfbe3sxqerr4eaq

Genre, discipline and identity

Ken Hyland
2015 Journal of English for Academic Purposes  
Strictly, of course, the term refers to abstract, socially recognised ways of using language, but like any well-worn concept, genre is understood in a variety of ways: from an emphasis on context and Bakhtinian  ...  notions of intertextuality and dialogism (e.g.  ...  Senior scholars, in particular, were significantly more likely to discuss both their research interests and publications while, in the absence of a publication record, students largely focused on their  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jeap.2015.02.005 fatcat:jdqf5qdgpra7xl3ukzkdpij7ey

On the Privacy Practices of Just Plain Sites [article]

Amirhossein Aleyasen, Oleksii Starov, Alyssa Phung Au, Allan Schiffman, Jeff Shrager
2015 arXiv   pre-print
their implementations, and visitors to take greater care in how, when, and what they share.  ...  Our goal in this work is not to scold JPS operators, but to raise awareness of these facts among both JPS operators and visitors, possibly encouraging the operators of such sites to take greater care in  ...  Surprisingly, social network-and forum-type sites are relatively uncommon.  ... 
arXiv:1507.00790v2 fatcat:xsoaf4p7djhhbdhsldr7w4ykn4

#Datasaveslives: mixed methods analysis of a social media campaign to promote the benefits of using health data for research purposes (Preprint)

Lamiece Hassan, Goran Nenadic, Mary Patricia Tully
2019 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
Social network analysis was used to analyze and visualize tweet sharing (retweet) networks among hashtag users.  ...  Social media provides the potential to engage a wide audience about scientific research, including the public.  ...  Access to the data was funded by CHC, which was funded by the Department of Health and Social Care in England.  ... 
doi:10.2196/16348 pmid:33591280 fatcat:rbcrgsk4ejhqjcrygpzii75yua

Siting Encounters and Encountering Sites: Contemporary Narrative Geographies

Kari Meyers Skredsvig
2002 Revista de Filología y Lingüística de la Universidad de Costa Rica  
Without going into further detail, what interests me about these distinctions for present purposes is their subtle influences upon the positioning of both the teller and the told in narrative.  ...  Perhaps this siting of encounters and encountering of sites is what has prompted Michel de Certeau to affirm that "[e]very story is a travel story-a spatial practice" (qtd. in Friedman 132).  ... 
doi:10.15517/rfl.v28i2.4487 fatcat:mye5rijldzgrnidjtcavix3bce

19. Oral Discourse In Scientific Research [chapter]

Sabine Ylönen, John Humbley, Gerhard Budin, Christer Laurén
2018 Languages for Special Purposes  
In scientific research, oral discourse plays a fundamental role in the social construction of knowledge. Its analysis offers valuable insights into the sociology of scientific communities.  ...  This chapter discusses the role and characteristics of oral discourse in scientific research, with "scientific" understood in a broad sense, covering any discipline of research.  ...  In addition, Kotthoff points to different societal conditions such as recruitment conventions, funding of research, exchange and networking practices, and access to publications.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110228014-019 fatcat:n2kpeqlmw5f3vioyapzt4yae7u

Carnival Classrooms: Sites of Resistance in Secondary Composition Classrooms

2021 Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice  
The purpose of this study is to examine the efficacy of using a carnival pedagogy to engage high school students and to strengthen their social-emotional development through mentoring, dialogic or structured  ...  Teachers interested in educational justice seek to create schools as sites of equitable instruction and student development.  ...  PURPOSE The purpose of this study is to examine the efficacy of using Mikhail Bakhtin's carnival pedagogy to engage high school students in ways that strengthen their social-emotional development through  ... 
doi:10.33423/jhetp.v21i15.4893 fatcat:56u7xvjjpbc7fiktfsuziynjwy
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