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1995 Library & Information Science Abstracts  
LT 6435 Publishing in the information age: a new management framework for the digital era. D. M. Eisenhart. Information Technology and Libraries, 14 (1) Mar 95, p.57-8. Book review abstract.  ...  Edited by Douglas M. Eisenhart. W: Connecticut, Greenwood, 1994, 296p., 55.00 dollars. ISBN 0-89930-847-3. Reviewed by Thomas A. Bourke. LT LIBRARY & INFORMATION SCIENCE ABSTRACTS  ... 


1995 BIBLIOTHEK Forschung und Praxis  
. $10.00 Eisenhart, Douglas M.: Publishing in the Informa- tion age: a new management framework for the digital era.  ...  In: Information processing & manage- ment 31 (1995) 2, S. 260-261. (140) Designing Information: new roles for librarians/ Ed. by Linda C. Smith; Prudence W. Dalrymple.  ... 
doi:10.1515/bfup.1995.19.3.445 fatcat:u5ofbcf2ijdvvjhabzpdgmnwke

Homework: Toward a critical ethnography of the university

2017 American Ethnologist  
The literature on the Cold War university, broadly concerned with the relationship between power and knowledge, could serve as a model for a critical anthropology of the neoliberal university.  ...  Toward a critical ethnography of the university AES presidential address, 2017 A B S T R A C T Anthropologists have not systematically studied universities, and ethnographies of the university focus too  ...  Dorothy Holland and Margaret Eisenhart (1990) , writing from a feminist perspective about a historically black and a largely white southern university in the same era, asked why female undergraduates  ... 
doi:10.1111/amet.12520 fatcat:cyvz5oj6hjdbtdz33rqsaduqhi

Ethics in immersive gameworlds : personal growth and social change

Natasha Boskic
The four-component model of moral functioning (Narvaez & Lapsley, 2005) was used as a framework for analysis with the following main categories: judgment, sensitivity, motivation, and action.  ...  In the four component areas, the ARG offered fertile space for growth and learning through discussion, negotiation, and reflection.  ...  The field is a new "uncharted territory" (Douglas & Hargadon, 2004) , which gives rise to debates over critical approaches and frustration in developing frameworks for analysis (Zimmerman, 2004) .  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0072260 fatcat:6gomlblo3jfmpfrap66nxo456q

Literacy on Lockdown: An Ethnographic Experience in English Assessment

Nisha Toomey, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa
The conclusion considers reasons for why we seem to accept a testing paradigm that may be a direct affront to democratic practice in schools.  ...  Ethnography is explored as a method for describing one group of students and their teacher as they prepare for the OSSLT.  ...  Theoretical Framework ...what, after all, is demanded of people in an age of random terror, massacres, rapes of the innocent?  ... 
doi:10.20381/ruor-5086 fatcat:lytgreb4vrb6ffwupg647oumju

Excellence in educational leadership : appreciative leadership within BC community colleges

Thomas Weegar
Conceptually, the research is informed by a social constructivist approach to educational leadership and how leadership is an area of practice distinct from management.  ...  The notion of Appreciative Leadership, a relatively new and emerging concept in relation to educational discourse, is carefully considered in relation to the larger conversation about educational leadership  ...  It is control by the many rather than from the few. For most problems in our era, two heads are better than one" (p. 72).  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0064696 fatcat:55bv56jmxvfkpjvskv5ocfihwi

Sex, Love, and Migration: Postsocialism, Modernity, and Intimacy from Istanbul to the Arctic

Alexia Bloch
to "manage" their feelings to fit with the new realities of their labor.  ...  Traders' accounts reflect the ways that a wide range of people were formerly invested in state-defined moral frameworks that shaped belonging in a Soviet era (Grant 1995; Humphrey and Mandel 2002; Wanner  ...  Irina Worked as an exotic dancer in Istanbul for two years and ultimately married a German she met in one of the clubs. Moved to Germany with her daughter and became a housewife.  ... 
doi:10.7298/gbg5-g357 fatcat:5ze5jne2zzgkpjqfzqe62xhlpe

Subjectivity in the folds : education, media practices, and environmental activism amongst more-than-human pleats

Marcelina Piotrowski
activism campaigns, digital strategies, and especially claims to knowledge and education made by six ENGOs in attempts to contrive 'political subjects.'  ...  Subjectivity is folded and refolded in relation to media practices and education through a fieldwork in textures: a) an approach to research for thinking and 'experimenting' with subjectivi [...]  ...  requests for coupling information with requests for donations when they find that information fails to orient their thinking towards anything new.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0379921 fatcat:4xotcl4avfhb3nyplycvbsfysq

'Finding' the Female Irish Catholic Diaspora: a qualitative investigation of the experiences of women in Glasgow

Paul Goldie
, with the category Catholic being deployed as a synonym for the Irish in Scotland.  ...  The main aim of the thesis was to look at how the attribution of an Irish Catholic identity - by them or by others - had shaped their lives.  ...  Acknowledgements I would like to thank Professor Andrew Smith and Professor Satnam Virdee for their invaluable guidance and support during this project.  ... 
doi:10.5525/gla.thesis.81505 fatcat:73asxygidjbejcxrwfyrnfypxq

"Autistic women have always been here": Autistic Women Story Their Schooling Experiences

Rae Leeper
Because autism is assumed to be a male category, autism intervention supports in schools do not reflect the needs of autistic girls.  ...  By exclusively focusing on women, I challenge the myth of autism as a male category and challenge a positivist autism research approach that ignores gender altogether.  ...  In a recent informal audit of the Disability Studies Quarterly, the most beloved DS publication, Karen Nakamura (2018) reported that in 2017, only four of the 47 published articles contained the words  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8-ym4m-rm59 fatcat:krsnrkfrd5ajjh373vhgvkhlsq

Fitness, Wellness e cura del corpo nella società digitale: Opportunità e rischi sociali dei Device mobili personali

Eugenio Bagnini
, Routledge, pag. 169 766 Ivi 767 Cannon Kristopher L., Barker Jennifer M., 2012, Hard Candy, in: Snickars Pelle, Vonderau Patrick (eds.), 2012, Moving data: the iPhone and the Future of Medicine, New  ...  and the Need for a Quantified Us, in: "Interaction Design and Architecture(s) Journal", 2016, Volume 29, pag. 127 824 Foucault Michel, 1988 , Technologies of the Self, in: Martin Luther H., Gutman Huck  ... 
doi:10.6092/unibo/amsdottorato/8708 fatcat:ms7gmzxzhfamtjwhyy4dmgsbhu