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Why didn't you write this in your diary? Or how nurses (mis)used clinic diaries to (re)claim shared reflexive spaces in Senegal

Diane Duclos, Tidiane Ndoye, Sylvain L Faye, Mareme Diallo, Loveday Penn-Kekana
2019 Critique of Anthropology  
Beyond the evaluation, this study highlights the potential of participative processes in state bureaucracies research, and the importance of identifying platforms where stories can be shared and circulated  ...  Or how nurses (mis)used clinic diaries to (re)claim shared reflexive spaces in Senegal. CRITIQUE OF ANTHROPOLOGY, 39 (2).  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to all the nurses who collaborated with us in Senegal; we would like to thank them for their dedication to the project and for their generosity in sharing their experiences  ... 
doi:10.1177/0308275x19842913 fatcat:7zela6yavrhxhj4gvoxppw3hq4

Values-first SE

Maria Angela Ferrario, Will Simm, Stephen Forshaw, Adrian Gradinar, Marcia Tavares Smith, Ian Smith
2016 Proceedings of the 38th International Conference on Software Engineering Companion - ICSE '16  
Our contribution to SE is embedding the principles of values research in the SE decision making process and extracting lessons learned from practice.  ...  Such choices are guided by specific sets of human values that have been found in all cultures by extensive evidence-based research.  ...  embedded therein" [21] and to work hard towards the codification of software Ethics [22] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/2889160.2889219 dblp:conf/icse/FerrarioSFGSS16 fatcat:zbopcuvzd5edvogbqramlhtkde

Embedding values in the open infrastructure of health data science

Kirstie Whitaker
2020 Zenodo  
As a sector, we must go beyond legal compliance to deep and continuous engagement in ethical research integrity.  ...  In this talk, I describe how the Turing's Tools, Practices and Systems (TPS) Research Programme empowers humans to embed these values into our ways of working, and the open source software and infrastructure  ...  compliance to ethical engagement from all members of a research team @kirstie_j https  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3826407 fatcat:cmnp7wkdtjbjvi5vimiygyafem

Management by values

Yingying Zhang, Simon Dolan, Yu Zhou, David Lamond
2009 Chinese Management Studies  
Stay Healthy Respect your body. Keep in shape. Avoid unsafe activities. Give Back Do something that helps your community.  ...  the sport system, embedding values-driven sport, and ultimately leading to more positive experiences for sport participants.  ...  If values are an expression of what matters most, then they should be reflected in all the work we do.  ... 
doi:10.1108/17506140911007468 fatcat:yystyrpryjazlegieioz7o7mgm

Towards Using Value Tensions to Reframe the Value of Data Beyond Market-based Online Social Norms

Anisha Fernando, Lesa Scholl
2020 Australasian Journal of Information Systems  
Value tensions as an ethics tool can surface and clarify these interpersonal needs in understanding data and its impact.  ...  Communities may be appropriately placed to grapple with these value tensions given the contextual nature of interactions.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Joseph Hall for discussions on the early versions of this paper for the AiCE 2019 Conference, and Monica Behrend for stimulating critique and reviewing  ... 
doi:10.3127/ajis.v24i0.2793 fatcat:7nuh6gbf6zbvzjlrq5kbgqtkp4

Data Economy 2.0: From Big Data Value to AI Value and a European Data Space [chapter]

Sonja Zillner, Jon Ander Gomez, Ana García Robles, Thomas Hahn, Laure Le Bars, Milan Petkovic, Edward Curry
2021 The Elements of Big Data Value  
This chapter explores the opportunities and challenges of big data and AI in exploiting data ecosystems and creating AI value.  ...  From a data economy point of view, AI means algorithm-based and data-driven systems that enable machines with digital capabilities such as perception, reasoning, learning and even autonomous decision making  ...  Future AI research needs to be guided by new and established ethical norms.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-68176-0_16 fatcat:n7fgc76zbfbznm4npmt3iis7si

Managing by Sustainable Innovational Values (MSIV): An Asymmetrical Culture Reengineering Model of Values Embedding User Innovators and User Entrepreneurs

Joao Brillo, Kristine Marin Kawamura, Simon L. Dolan, Xavier Fernández-i-Marín
2015 Journal of Management and Sustainability  
with economic values, and when these values are embedded within the firm's culture.  ...  While the MSIV model does not ignore economic and social values as drivers of performance and firm survival, it is argued that sustainable innovation may best occur when emotional values work in conjunction  ...  Ethical-social values represent the ways in which people behave in groups, guided by ethical values shared by members of a particular group.  ... 
doi:10.5539/jms.v5n3p61 fatcat:dsqjjky7zbczxglp2ims3snyee

Teaching, Texts, and Values

David G. Myers
1995 Journal of psychology and theology  
I can’t give you, because no author can give you, a value- free psychology text. Often, I suspect, you won't notice my embedded values (when they agree with yours and with those of academia).  ...  Should they instead aim for value-free texts? Would your answer differ if queried about your classroom teaching?  ... 
doi:10.1177/009164719502300403 fatcat:b6nllt42yvcs7i3zbherqcb5li

Quality Teaching Practice: Value Education in the Language Classroom

Tan Yuan Yi, Norhanim Abdul Samat
2020 LSP International Journal  
This research aims to investigate how English teachers communicate values to students, the kinds of values communicated and whether the values communicated are stipulated by the Ministry of Education.  ...  It is found in this research that teachers applied much more subconscious approaches to communicate values than that of conscious ones during teacher-student encounter, with classroom facilitation being  ...  It is found in this study that both respondents communicated the values through conscious means. Both Respondents A and B used topics and learning tasks that are value embedded.  ... 
doi:10.11113/lspi.v7n1.101 fatcat:xxafeeaxqraz7bwqbplldl72ma

Tailoring value elicitation to decision makers' numeracy and fluency: Expressing value judgments in numbers or words

Barbara Fasolo, Carlos A. Bana e Costa
2014 Omega : The International Journal of Management Science  
This gives authors the opportunity to summarize their research in their own words and to help readers understand what the paper is about. More information and examples are available.  ...  Authors of this journal will automatically receive an invitation e-mail to create an AudioSlides presentation after acceptance of their paper.  ...  Elsevier supports responsible sharing Find out how you can share your research published in Elsevier journals.  ... 
doi:10.1016/ fatcat:ybms5enbkncrdgbgevus5mqo2q

Researching Values in Organisations and Leadership [chapter]

Gry Espedal, Beate Jelstad Løvaas, Stephen Sirris, Arild Wæraas
2022 Researching Values  
As any set of acts in everyday work is value-driven (Askeland et al., 2020), values can be understood as 'that which is worth having, doing, and being (i.e., normative goods or "ends")' (Selznick, 1992  ...  However, if you ask organisational members to define their values or elaborate on their organisation's values, they often have problems answering.  ...  values that informants say were put into the system or are implied by the outcomes of its use, rather than the values that are actually embedded in the mathematical code of the system.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-90769-3_1 fatcat:ev2zl4jxlzcgfa3dpam4hftwbu

Critical Dialogue on Creating Public Value: The Comparisons of Confucian Value, Socialist Core Value, Universal Value and Public Value

SONG Jinzhou
2020 Journal of Cultural and Religious Studies  
The public value of China has been highly cultured and localized.  ...  However, China has been dominated by the Confucian ethics and modern political elite values, especially traditional instilled civil servants values and modern socialist core value.  ...  China's proposition of the community of human fate is the shared and win-win development.  ... 
doi:10.17265/2328-2177/2020.10.001 fatcat:2ykexxb4rbhcxbm5iln6gbav6a

Burning Man Values Examined: Gratitude as a Culturally-Driven and Value-Based Organizational Mainstay

J. Hoover, Robert Giambatista, Sheila Hoover
2018 The Journal of Values Based Leadership  
Burning Man has also crafted a "Culture of Appreciation" as a set of organizationally-derived practices complementary to processes of gratitude implementation.  ...  Burning Man is presented as an exemplar of gratitude implementation by crafting the expression of gratitude into an elevated organizational phenomenon (including a cultural principal of unconditional gifting  ...  The culture and 10 principles of Burning Man are based on community and shared values, including the concept that no one has to share anyone else's values.  ... 
doi:10.22543/0733.111.1208 fatcat:jryatifmhrbkxdxzlud2yya3mu

The value of scholarly communication

Philippe M.-A.B. Terheggen
2019 Information Services and Use  
Introduction In this article I will address the value of scholarly communication.  ...  The aim this paper is to describe the value of research communication broadly, and in doing so I distinguish between: (a) value that is clearly there, and typically recognized; (b) value that is delivered  ...  Conflict of interest Views are my own, however I should declare a bias resulting from my role as Managing Director Journals at Elsevier.  ... 
doi:10.3233/isu-190057 fatcat:an3hlsatmzci3oeqzn3sv2jvsu

Management challenges in creating value from business analytics

Richard Vidgen, Sarah Shaw, David B. Grant
2017 European Journal of Operational Research  
This paper investigates the challenges faced by organizational managers seeking to become more data and information-driven in order to create value.  ...  The popularity of big data and business analytics has increased tremendously in the last decade and a key challenge for organizations is in understanding how to leverage them to create business value.  ...  With other academic and practitioner communities engaging with analytics and increasing research in these areas, OR/MS is in danger of being left behind." (p. 593).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ejor.2017.02.023 fatcat:7q7iifrdl5gkrfao32hme2xbna
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