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Technology-Powered Strategies to Rethink the Pedagogy of History and Cultural Heritage through Symmetries and Narratives

Martín López-Nores, Omar Bravo-Quezada, Maddalena Bassani, Angeliki Antoniou, Ioanna Lykourentzou, Catherine Jones, Kalliopi Kontiza, Silvia González-Soutelo, Susana Reboreda-Morillo, Yannick Naudet, Andreas Vlachidis, Antonis Bikakis (+1 others)
2019 Symmetry  
We discuss how some of the techniques can be used to identify historical and cultural symmetries between different characters, locations, events or venues, and how these can be harnessed to develop new  ...  Recent advances in semantic web and deep learning technologies enable new means for the computational analysis of vast amounts of information from the field of digital humanities.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/sym11030367 fatcat:37iiiwh4jrbe3hnzr6ndfzdmla

An Ontology-Based Recommender System with an Application to the Star Trek Television Franchise [article]

Paul Sheridan, Mikael Onsjö, Claudia Becerra, Sergio Jimenez, and George Dueñas
2019 arXiv   pre-print
As a study case, we evaluated the proposed method against other approaches by performing the classical rating prediction task on a collection of Star Trek television series episodes in an item cold-start  ...  Aside from the new methods, this paper contributes a testbed for future research and an online framework to collaboratively extend the ontology of literary themes to cover other narrative content.  ...  Dianes and Oshan Modi for coding significant portions of the R Shiny web application, Takuro Iwane for preparing various R scripts, and Laura Cynthia Chambers for assisting with the compilation of the  ... 
arXiv:1808.00103v2 fatcat:wyjeazbwgfgf7ksghb4tnofkn4

Intellection Back Issue 2020-21 (Final Copy).pdf

K M Baharul Islam
2022 figshare.com  
The journal was started in 2013 by the Barak Education Society.  ...  Intellection, the peer-reviewed bi-annual inter-disciplinary research journal,containing good quality research papers from academicians, scholars, and researchers.  ...  The study has carried out using methodology due to Tiwari and Agarwal(2017) and the proposed methodology based on discriminant function analysis.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.19687317.v2 fatcat:g3vlcehupfa4nkue464izuw7p4

Intellection Back Issue 2020-21 (Final Copy).pdf

K M Baharul Islam
2022 figshare.com  
The journal was started in 2013 by the Barak Education Society.  ...  Intellection, the peer-reviewed bi-annual inter-disciplinary research journal,containing good quality research papers from academicians, scholars, and researchers.  ...  The study has carried out using methodology due to Tiwari and Agarwal(2017) and the proposed methodology based on discriminant function analysis.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.19687317.v3 fatcat:zw67fdgaqzhmlpn464gxxzuer4

A Socio-cognitive Approach to Factive Presupposition and Epistemic Modality in Hillary Clinton's Political Discourse: Tunisia's Democratic Transition as a Case Study

Thouraya Zheni
2018 Arab World English Journal  
The research instrument used to work out the frequency distribution of these lexical features is the latest version of 'AntConc' software.  ...  'THEY' or the enemies of democracy, hence a dual vision of the world or polarization.  ...  if it is a party based on religion, which gets people sensitive in their interaction politically (Feb.25.12\App.  ... 
doi:10.24093/awej/th.202 fatcat:dsdvjln2w5cbnod7bpfy4ukyye

Risk and Needs Assessment: Constitutional and Ethical Challenges

Melissa Hamilton
2014 Social Science Research Network  
A blanket prohibition on the use of wealth, much less on religion or race, would vitiate the carefully crafted three-tiered tests and otherwise thoroughly undermine the need for any equal protection analysis  ...  First, the cited study investigated a subset of a database compiling information on defendants sentenced in 1980 in a few counties from a single state. 357 Thus, the study appears too old and too geographically  ...  APPENDIX A: POPULAR RISK ASSESSMENT TOOLS Second Generation Tools  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2506397 fatcat:fjtcp57to5g4desj67pqjpqasm

Five Questions for Digital Migration Studies: Learning From Digital Connectivity and Forced Migration In(to) Europe

Koen Leurs, Kevin Smets
2018 Social Media + Society  
Taking the exceptional attention for digital mediation within the recent so-called "European refugee crisis" as a starting point, we reflect on the main conceptual, methodological and ethical challenges  ...  (2) Where are the field and focus of digital migration studies? (3) Where is the human in digital migration? (4) Where is the political in digital migration?  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to express sincere gratitude to the contributors to this special collection for collaborating with us.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2056305118764425 fatcat:75c3icpnvjhhnnqy6vv7ql3rfy

'Maqāșid al-Sharī''ah: The Objectives of lslamic Law', Islamic Studies, 38, pp. l93-208 [chapter]

2017 Islamic Legal Theory  
This discussion focuses on the latter.  ...  arge and im portant segment of Muslim thinkers who used the subject as a vehicle The specific date of the formal adoption of usftl al-.fiqh as a specific jurisprudential science is controversial, but many  ...  Islamic law cannot be studied without studying the Qyr'an because it is the foundation of the religion.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315251721-29 fatcat:keautjym6rfndm45lavpi57fim

Impediments in the CSR space; a mixed method approach

Tony Kealy.
2016 International Journal of Advanced Research  
Methodology:- A survey research methodology was used in this study in the form of an on-line questionnaire.  ...  Q. Do you think that religions and faith-based organisations, for example Religious Social Teaching, can have a positive influence on your business development?  ...  For us, it's a cost thing -are people willing to invest and think more long term?  ... 
doi:10.21474/ijar01/2015 fatcat:2qcnh3uolzaivaxodj6bexdj3m

Nuclear factor kappa B transcription profiling of genes protect against nitric oxide-induced neuronal apoptosis

M X Tay, A Nath, V Tan, Z W Feng
2004 Annals of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore  
Our study sampled first-episode psychosis patients with no longterm medication or a history of substance abuse.  ...  Further research using in vivo functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) techniques will shed more light on this structural-functional link.  ...  Acknowlegement The authors would like to acknowledge the generous support of NHG-RPR/02048. Acknowledgements The authors thank Ms YY Heng for her assistance in the sorting and handling of data.  ... 
pmid:15651214 fatcat:ugfzdwfhvvgcdjkjkl6etuowey

Exploring the Levels of Social Media Addiction among Working and Non-Working Women within Mumbai and its Metropolitan Areas

DhwaniKataria
2022 Zenodo  
by the use of the social networking addiction scale given by M.G.  ...  to other channels of traditional media like television and print, where interaction is only oneway.Due to these very advantages of the online world, having a presence on social media has become a rudimentary  ...  METHODOLOGY A.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.7041692 fatcat:yg67bqgiwjdizonkaqqy4cy7ry

Developing an Online Resource to Support Parents' Search for Apps in The First Year of Parenthood [article]

Anila Virani, University Of Calgary, Linda A. Duffett-Leger
2020
Parents' mobile application (app) use is on the rise due to the affordability of smartphones and the convenience of accessing parenting support 24 hours a day.  ...  Therefore, the purpose of this study was to co-create a parenting app directory to supports parents' search for apps in the first year of parenthood and co-design a user interface to feature the directory  ...  Eleni Stroulia, a Professor, Faculty of Science, University of Alberta, for her support in the conception and design of the project as one of the supervisory committee members.  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/38108 fatcat:7wyopo3hcbbe7fm54tmwytkdye

Islamic Social Finance and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic

NasimShah Shirazi, Laura Kuanova, Aziza Zhuparova
2021 The economy: strategy and practice  
As a result of the absence of official and centralized information, the research has been done on an internet-based survey.  ...  The results of the research have been based on the stratified sample of 1252 respondents before and after the emergency was declared in Kazakhstan as a result of the global Covid-19 pandemic.  ...  These measures focused on striking a delicate balance between limiting the spread of the virus from person to person and keeping economic activity.  ... 
doi:10.51176/jesp/vol_16_issue_1_t8 fatcat:36ipidxhkjcu7o2i35hfiztj6a

Territorial Disputes by Proxy: The Indirect Involvement of International Courts in the Mega-politics of Territory [chapter]

Salvatore Caserta, Pola Cebulak
2022 The Making of iCourts  
Producing the methodological shift in the study if international courts and reflecting on it go hand in hand. 17 Graham Butler, The Court of Justice as an Inter-State Court, Y.B. Of Eur.  ...  The analysis V. focused in particular on three types of disputes before regional courts.  ... 
doi:10.5771/9783748927884-471 fatcat:gfzdw6lomrdjviq33ndquvmkx4

Knowledge and Causality in Ibn al-ʿArabī's Book of Giving, and the Buddhist Notion of Dependent Origination

Aydogan Kars, Ashkan Bahrani
2022 Religions  
This paper introduces the otherwise unstudied Arabic treatise on knowledge, the Book of Giving, penned by the influential Muslim mystic, Ibn al-ʿArabī (d. 1240).  ...  It argues that knowledge is presented in the Book of Giving as a causal relationship constructed in the mind.  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to express our gratitude to our colleagues, Monima Chadha, Constant Mews, and Milad Milani, and to the participants of the Arabic study group, comprised of Frank Youakim,  ... 
doi:10.3390/rel13090768 fatcat:vqtmznw7izhejig3mrwsaomdqe
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