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Subjective objectivity

Lucian Leahu, Steve Schwenk, Phoebe Sengers
2008 Proceedings of the 7th ACM conference on Designing interactive systems - DIS '08  
In this paper, we explore how to negotiate the relationship between objective signals and subjective experiences by highlighting the role of human interpretation.  ...  Our approach is informed by a reflective analysis drawing on the arts and the humanities and by a participatory study examining the emergence of emotional meaning.  ...  We provide insights into the possibilities for affective technology by understanding how humans negotiate meaning given their own objective physiological signals and their subjective emotions.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1394445.1394491 dblp:conf/ACMdis/LeahuSS08 fatcat:yppwyzs3cngxthyvnsqlqz6b4y

Food as object and subject in Korean media

Bruno, Antonetta L.
2016 The Korean Cultural Studies  
Food is not only the subject (character) around which the story unfolds but also the object that is manipulated and consumed within the fictional world.  ...  Rather, food and its representations are both objects and subjects that influence and are influenced by the fictional and real world in an ever-evolving process that is mediated by the audiovisual text  ...  In both cases, as visual goods and as object-subject, the As demonstrated thus far, food is an object/subject that sheds light on the fictional, constructed or real world within which it is embedded.  ... 
doi:10.17792/kcs.2016.31..131 fatcat:e4q3rwn5yzgpdmonndv2pe66zy

Namah Subjective and Objective Aspects of Conversational Agent

Rajat Sharma, Mr. Ankur Sharma, Mr. Anurag Rana
2018 International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development  
Namah subjective and objective aspects of conversational agents focuses on the design and evaluation of Chatbot, a conversational agent for Natural Language Processing in An Android Application featuring  ...  Agent takes so much time to respond to customers but now, the talkative agent's subjective and objective aspect pro answer facility and save users time.  ...  Agent takes so much time to respond to customers but now, the talkative agent's subjective and objective aspect provides direct In this research and analysis for my best knowledge in this project, it has  ... 
doi:10.31142/ijtsrd17063 fatcat:5uetaw5jsvfnxof43ilwx7misa

The Subjectivity and Objectivity Construction in Trade War Reports via Transitivity System

Huixian Cui
2020 IJSFL (International Journal of Systemic Functional Linguistics)  
Therefore, this paper aims to investigate further into the construction of objectivity and subjectivity in related reports.  ...  However, the main problem for audiences is whether or not the news reports from both American and Chinese perspectives deliver the information concerning the negotiation process objectively.  ...  Which one is more subjective, which one is more objective and how do they illustrate their subjectivity or objectivity?  ... 
doi:10.55637/ijsfl.3.1.2330.1-9 fatcat:mlr2bfau3fgvjcsgr74atxup2y

On men and objects : staging the divided subjectivity of displacement in zero degrees

Yana Meerzon
2019 Theatralia  
Intermediality serves here as "a matrix, which shapes and produces theatrical bodies Yana Meerzon On Men and Objects: Staging the Divided Subjectivity of Displacement in zero degrees through a negotiation  ...  a constant negotiation back and forth with it.  ... 
doi:10.5817/ty2019-s-9 fatcat:2rrnnwxs4vh6jkx74azpeppejy

The Atmospheric Whereby: Reflections on Subject and Object

Andreas Rauh
2019 Open Philosophy  
Drawing on the terminological pair 'subject' and 'object' and its interdependencies, the atmospheric phenomenon can be approached in an essayistic fashion (and by means of applying an aesthetic focus in  ...  These considerations demonstrate to what extent perception precedes the separation of subject and object in that the atmospheric 'whereby' is responsible for creating tuned spaces and situations.  ...  So the objects do not have meaning, they become meaning.  ... 
doi:10.1515/opphil-2019-0017 fatcat:5drbnohvxjhc7babeqcxc26w4e

Supplemental Material for The role of digital channels in predicting objective and subjective negotiation outcomes

Roshni Raveendhran, Tami Kim, Ji Woon Ryu
2022 Technology, Mind, and Behavior  
In two preregistered experiments and an internal meta-analysis, we test the subjective and objective impact of two digital channels-video and synchronous text-that are popularly used in today's workplace  ...  Specifically, we predicted that negotiating via video (vs. synchronous text) will foster better integrative outcomes and improve negotiators' subjective outcomes.  ...  objective and subjective outcomes.  ... 
doi:10.1037/tmb0000060.supp fatcat:qpuj7wjdwnbelnsv5uqz24k5xa

Are Values in Nature Subjective or Objective?

Holmes Rolston,
1982 Environmental Ethics  
That brings emoting, and perhaps this marriage of a subject to its object gives birth to value. It enters and exits with awareness.  ...  By contrast, objective means "obvious to all, publicly demonstrable."  ... 
doi:10.5840/enviroethics19824218 fatcat:jdvh35vjgvdkfnii4rrksrsile

Using the 'Autodidact' Subject-Object Interview in coaching: The experience of learning to administer and score the Subject-Object Interview through self-teaching

Flo van Diemen van Thor
2014 International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring  
This qualitative study discusses the experience of a coach who taught herself to conduct, analyse and score the Subject-Object Interview (SOI) (Lahey, Souvaine, Kegan, Goodman & Felix, 2011).  ...  Each stage 'builds' on the subject-object relations of the earlier stage; it could be said that when what was subject in a certain stage becomes object to the individual, this marks movement from one stage  ...  However, Emma, who supervises a large internal coaching network, observed: "an agenda is negotiable with a coach and using the [ASOI] cards does not mean everything that could come up actually goes on  ... 
doaj:8e05a5ddb3ec480c8844795c9e2cf731 fatcat:qrmpz4hxtrb7lpzjzxpx233hpi

Experiencing the space we share: rethinking subjectivity and objectivity

Tony Brown, David Heywood, Yvette Solomon, Andonis Zagorianakos
2012 ZDM: Mathematics Education  
But of course such apprehension depends on how we understand mathematical objects and how we understand human subjects.  ...  Renewal is referenced to a diversity of ever shifting discursive parameters that enable learning through negotiating the spaces within which we operate and the objects those spaces allow.  ...  We then provide some examples of research data centred on the negotiation of mathematical objects.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11858-012-0478-y fatcat:s5m5ofrarveftj7rfwhqinebym

Towards a Dynamic Interpretation of Subjective and Objective Values [chapter]

Timo Meynhardt, Camillo von Müller
2014 Managementperspektiven für die Zivilgesellschaft des 21. Jahrhunderts  
Assuming a specific value-positivism, analyzing "value" means therefore asking people for their emotional-motivational evaluation (positive/negative reaction) concerning a certain object (real or ideational  ...  According to synergetics this ontological issue becomes less meaningful because even "objective" values are subject to their environment and have to be acknowledged and established.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-658-02523-6_4 fatcat:s2mn6gmsejhkziiiivdrh6qici

Russian Youth as Subject and Object of the 1990s "Memory War" [chapter]

Roberto Rabbia
2022 Youth and Memory in Europe  
Russian Youth as Subject and Object of the 1990s "Memory War" 1 How young people remember the 1990s Since Vladimir Putin first came to power at the end of 1999, Russians have come to widely accept the  ...  , working as emotional anchors for the internet users, than for the period itself.Russian Youth as Subject and Object of the 1990s "Memory War" "90-e: likhie ili lyubimye?  ...  However, I decided to maintain the organisers' and participants' original name. 5 This does not mean that everyone who participated in the flashmob or commented on a post shared positive emotions.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110733501-006 fatcat:rzagmtmr7fd53bsuhtheowwodu

Experiencing the built environment: strategies to measure objective and subjective qualities of places

Allen Sayegh, Stefano Andreani, Chrisoula Kapelonis, Natasha Polozenko, Stefan Stanojevic
2016 Open Geospatial Data, Software and Standards  
This article offers an alternative look at the experiential character of the built environment by combining objective analysis and subjective perception.  ...  Methods: The study introduces an applied research method to quantify objective features of the built environment and the related subjective experience, prototyping a mobile phone application that both  ...  Data becomes more meaningful and substantial with an added layer of active, subjective inputs.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40965-016-0013-0 fatcat:6qhr2jim7rgfdgsdft3j5sane4

The Effects of Objective and Subjective Social Class on Leadership Emergence

Andrew C. Loignon, Georg Kodydek
2021 Journal of Management Studies  
Using data from two samples consisting of 90 teams and over 500 individuals, we find consistent support for a person's objective class background informing subjective perceptions of social class, which  ...  . −0.03 0.25 −0.12 0.24 Agreeableness 0.11 0.28 0.55* 0.24 Objective Social Class 0.13* 0.04 0.12 0.07 Emotional Stability 0.01 0.14 0.11 0.11 Subjective Social Class 0.25* 0.12 Conscientiousness 0.19  ...  Decision Exercise Order Objective Social Class Team Size Subjective Social Class Prior Experience Target Effects Objective Social Class Demand Characteristics Subjective Social Class Gender Dyadic Effects  ... 
doi:10.1111/joms.12769 fatcat:v5ovcdk26vf53kwjohxh3v6y4m

4. Conscientious Objectors: Objects of Examination and Subjects with Agency [chapter]

2020 Diagnosing Dissent  
Even Peace Resolution proponents, to be sure, did not suggest anything like what Sennes N. was attempting; their proposal aimed to end the war by quickly negotiating a mild settlement void of territorial  ...  As with many other psychiatric terms, the meaning of psychopathy was shifting and at times had a far broader usage than is common in today's parlance.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9781501751226-007 fatcat:yl2ebqmpyjer7d7qk4wd6x3nva
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