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Capturing information systems requirements through enterprise and speech act modelling [chapter]

Christer Nellborn, Peter Holm
1994 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In the F 3 project 1, enterprise models are designed for modelling goals, activities, concepts and actors and linking them to information system requirements.  ...  In this paper we illustrate how these two methods developed within the F 3 and the NATURE project can be combined for improving the capture and validation of business process related information system  ...  Type of support function in the system Type of activity supported Resource supplying function ordinary action Product storage function ordinary action Performance function ordinary action/speech act Instrumental  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-58113-8_169 fatcat:46afbmmskredvmpjmkx72ri3bu

Conceptualizing the Japanese and American Occupational Meeting, An Examination of the Pragmatic Usage of English and Japanese Discourse Markers "OH" and "ATT"

Kaoru Amino et al., Kaoru Amino et al.,, TJPRC
2020 International Journal of Communication and Media Studies  
Thus, this study aims to clarify how the concept of "occupational meeting" and its purpose varies in ordinary conversation in the US and Japan, and how the role, obligation, and interaction is affected  ...  used more in the ordinary conversation.  ...  Here, I would like to present the concept of linguistic "genre" of occupational meeting between Japan and US, and demonstrate how the concept of communicative event and purpose varies in ordinary conversation  ... 
doi:10.24247/ijcmsfeb20201 fatcat:ge6735j4y5cizoekslwjhd3zii

Focus particles, sentence meaning, and discourse structure [chapter]

Klaus von Heusinger
2004 Current issues in linguistic theory  
I show that this view of information structure as a partition of a sentence leads to severe problems with the compositional process in more complex cases.  ...  Evidence for the Foreground-Background Semantics is gained from an in-depth analysis of the interpretation of focus particles and adverbs of quantification.  ...  informal concept of subject-predicate structure.  ... 
doi:10.1075/cilt.255.10heu fatcat:wipztdrdc5hzvjjntmuws6zjsi

'Ordinary' and 'diverse' families. A case study of family discourses by Finnish early childhood education and care administrators

Petteri Eerola, Maiju Paananen, Katja Repo
2021 Journal of Family Studies  
The discourse focuses especially on LGBTIQ and immigrant families, as they challenge the ideas of heteronormativity and Finnishness that inform the ordinary discourse.  ...  In the ordinary family discourse, the archetype of an ordinary family consists of two other-sex parents with children.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13229400.2021.1939100 fatcat:otyeei2ok5e3bcfhji7dwlqk4u

English Economic Discourse in Translation Studies

Irina Zaykova, S. Cindori, O. Larouk, E.Yu. Malushko, L.N. Rebrina, N.L. Shamne
2018 SHS Web of Conferences  
This kind of text is diverse in style and genre, and contains professionally relevant and terminologically expressed branch information.  ...  The article aims to study English economic discourse from the theory of translation.  ...  Analysis shows that no attempts have been made to formulate the definition of the concept of "Economic discourse" as a translation object.  ... 
doi:10.1051/shsconf/20185001214 fatcat:mxbjvxnxsrcvdfq4cangt3mjvy

Linguistic Personological marker of Ordinary Political Discourse (on the example of Russian Internet comments)

S. Yergaliyeva, S. Toraigyrov University, Pavlodar, Kazakhstan, K. Yergaliyev, N. Melnik, Kemerovo State University, Russia
2020 Bulletin of the Karaganda University. Philology series  
The purpose of the study is to determine the factors of personal text generation of Russian political Internet comments in the linguistic-personalological aspect.  ...  of derived texts, which are considered in the formal, content and functional plans.  ...  Agagyulova, studying the concept of «Internet» in the ordinary and professional consciousness of people, lists the characteristics of the concept that exist in everyday language consciousness: «The Internet  ... 
doi:10.31489/2020ph2/19-26 fatcat:xxq5l6b2lbd5pbdlta7op76f6a

Populist Disinformation: Exploring Intersections between Online Populism and Disinformation in the US and the Netherlands

Michael Hameleers
2020 Politics and Governance  
These findings have important implications for our understanding of the role of populist discourse in a post-factual era.  ...  To better understand the affinity between disinformation and populism, this article conceptualizes two relationships between these concepts: (1) blame attributions to the dishonest media as part of the  ...  A Populist Conception of Truth and Reality: The People Know Best The second type of relationship between populism and discourses of mis-and disinformation conceptualized in this article-populist disinformation-can  ... 
doi:10.17645/pag.v8i1.2478 fatcat:75yf5chl75fa3lf5dbsrgmgtzi

Folk Platitudes as the Explananda of Philosophical Metaethics: Are They Accurate? And Do They Help or Hinder Inquiry?

Hagop Sarkissian
2017 Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research  
Analysis of ordinary moral discourse is meant to reveal common platitudes (or truisms) about the nature of morality itself, including the platitude that morality trades in objective moral facts.  ...  The field of metaethics, the branch of moral philosophy that examines the nature and status of morality, is rich in theoretical diversity.  ...  Of course, as noted in the previous section, not all philosophers think the objectivity platitude is central to ordinary discourse.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40961-017-0115-9 fatcat:gtdbxxayizdjllfgklgozdluyu

On the Functionalization of Pluralist Approaches to Truth

Cory D. Wright
2005 Synthese  
Traditional inflationary approaches that specify the nature of truth are attractive in certain ways; yet, while many of these theories successfully explain why propositions in certain domains of discourse  ...  inadequacy and the resulting skepticism, though at the cost of inviting other conceptual difficulties.  ...  Further, the informality of platitudes increases the base of admissible informationinformation that connects the target concept to other relevant concepts, and which would otherwise be omitted in a more  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11229-004-5863-9 fatcat:wmafvlc7jvgq3fnzdlhevaam3u

Discourse as the Form of Political Sciences (On the Example of the Republic of Kazakhstan)

Murat Orlenbaevich Nassimov, Zhengisbek Muratbekuly Tolen, Saltanat Zharylkasynovna Ibadullaeva, Botagoz Zhapparovna Paridinova, Yernar Opagaliyevich Ustagaliyev
2015 Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences  
Discourse is considered as the form of political sciences in this article in the example of Sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan.  ...  This concept is characterized between subjects, also specialists, who are engaged in the theory of sociology, social psychology; culture studies and mass communication are interested in it.  ...  Given research work was carried out at the state grants circle Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan "Distinguished professor of a Higher education -2014".  ... 
doi:10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n5s1p399 fatcat:rprcgwu25fgnzai6zck7u3olyu

Traditional and digital genres – problems and prospects of research

T. L. Poliakova, V. V. Samarina
2019 Science and Education a New Dimension  
The most common of these criteria are the concept of the author and the addressee, the theme and purpose of the statement, the place and time of communication, the linguistic representation of the genre  ...  The problems of choosing a term for typical forms of literary works (genres); a term for a crop of speech acts (speech genres) as well as terms for texts in Internetcommunication (digital genres and Internet-genres  ...  online stores); advertising discourse (web banners); mass information discourse (web pages of online media and news agencies); pedagogical discourse (academic web pages of universities) [14, p. 209] .  ... 
doi:10.31174/send-ph2019-191vii57-09 fatcat:cixewdwjv5eqjgfmjsp4aptfoq

So mechanical or routine: The not original inFeist

Julian Warner
2010 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
Mechanical and routine are understood in their ordinary discourse senses, as a conjunction or as connected by AND, and as the central clause.  ...  The delineation of the absence of a modicum of creativity can be correlated with classic conceptions of computability.  ...  All the terms characterizing the absence of a sufficient modicum of creativity, 'could not be more obvious', 'the most basic information', could be understood in their ordinary discourse senses.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.21284 fatcat:z55dwhjz6jcylhotfjfbj6k4ny

The new tenseless theory of time: A reply to smith

L. Nathan Oaklander
1990 Philosophical Studies  
According to the new tenseless theory of time, tensed discourse is indeed necessary for timely action, but tensed facts are not Since the truth conditions of tensed sentences can be expressed in a tenseless  ...  In a recent article in this journal Quentin Smith has argued that the two extant versions of the new tenseless theory of time (the "token-reflexive version" and the "date-version") are open to insurmountable  ...  Specifically, they argued that since the logic of ordinary temporal discourse could be represented in a tenseless language, the ontological nature of time consisted of unchanging temporal relations between  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf00368288 fatcat:3zcj5vwlyfdo5mbdw2m4brwnwi

Augmenting polarization via social media? A comparative analysis of Trump's and Wilders' online populist communication and the electorate's interpretations surrounding the elections

Michael Hameleers
2018 Acta Politica  
The results provide important insights into the mechanisms of inclusion and exclusion at play in populist discourse and the affordances of social media in shaping populist and polarized discourse among  ...  To understand the intersections of the supply-and demand-sides of populist discourse in the U.S. and Europe, this paper draws on extensive comparative qualitative content analyses of Trump's and Wilders  ...  These contextual differences also relate to the conception of the elitist other scapegoated in populist discourse.  ... 
doi:10.1057/s41269-018-0119-8 fatcat:eq4litt73jao3fo3k5gwau33eq

Selection power and selection labor for information retrieval

Julian Warner
2007 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
scholarly and wider public discourses, and its embodiment in the design and use of systems.  ...  The concept of selection power is further elucidated, and its value supported, by an example of the discrimination enabled by index descriptions, the discovery of analogous concepts in partly independent  ...  Acknowledgments I would like to acknowledge the John Campbell Trust who supported a presentation of the themes of this article at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.20576 fatcat:cvbesd44z5hkdim5d5ogca6igy
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