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What Are You Reading?

Guangxing Fu, Jana Heemeryck, Jasper De Cnuydt, Soumaya Majdoub
2020 DiGeSt Journal of Diversity and Gender Studies  
Reviewed Work(s):1. Leftover women: The resurgence of gender inequality in China by Fincher, L.H.2. Gender and media: Representing, producing, consuming by Krijnen, T. & Van Bauwel, S.3.  ...  Individuals are now able to choose between different readings of media or even create their own.  ...  Fincher's research has found that many Chinese women rush into marriage without protecting their economic interests and often transfer their assets to their boyfriend or husband to buy a marital home.  ... 
doi:10.21825/digest.v7i1.16502 fatcat:xwr44gxzjvhr5hqxs567h5gypi

An Interview with Miriam Schcolnik: Reading, E-Reading and Writing and Their Assessment

Michael F. Shaughnessy Shaughnessy
2020 European Scientific Journal  
Her research interests are e-reading and writing, and the use of digital tools to facilitate language learning and communication.  ...  For three decades she coordinated and taught EAP (English for Academic Purposes) courses as well as a course in Technology in Language Teaching.  ...  Researchers from different fields are researching e-reading: library science is interested in what e-reading is used for and how, and libraries need to have a policy for acquisition, lending platforms  ... 
doi:10.19044/esj.2020.v16n28p1 fatcat:2b6otkqrbfg3xcj7t5b6k4ifr4

Advanced Reading Comprehension Expectations in Secondary School

Stephen Ciullo, Miriam B. Ortiz, Stephanie Al Otaiba, Kathleen Lynne Lane
2015 Journal of Disability Policy Studies  
A considerable percentage of students with ED encounter unfavorable academic and long-term outcomes, often due to reading difficulties and behavioral variables that impede learning.  ...  To date, the impact of rising expectations in reading on the education of students with ED has been absent from this conversation about CCSS.  ...  Students must use context as a reference to obtain meaning. It is crucial to understand how text structure works and how different parts of the text fit together as a whole.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1044207315604365 pmid:27403040 pmcid:PMC4937879 fatcat:3wuranngrfellkiuf7fy7r6tva

Can Machines Read our Minds?

Christopher Burr, Nello Cristianini
2019 Minds and Machines  
To answer the question, we review a large number of empirical studies, in which samples of behaviour are used to automatically infer a range of psychological constructs, including affect and emotions,  ...  Ongoing technical advances across a range of research communities indicate that machines are now able to access this information, but the extent to which this is possible and the consequent implications  ...  the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11023-019-09497-4 fatcat:e773vmgcsba57g6wxmwoeblh2a

Leisure-Based Reading and the Place of E-Books in Everyday Life [chapter]

Annika Hupfeld, Abigail Sellen, Kenton O'Hara, Tom Rodden
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Our findings are relevant to designers of digital reading technologies in highlighting the values guiding people's choices and behaviors concerning e-book use.  ...  We present a diary study with 16 readers tracking their behaviors and motivations surrounding e-book use.  ...  Content might also be almost instantly acquired in the context of learning about a book, such as reading a review in a newspaper (p7), hearing about a book at a conference (p6), or on a TV or radio program  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-40480-1_1 fatcat:qa7rscmgknez5aq4tbic6nsurm

Teachers' reading promotion activities: variation, structure and correlates

M.L. Ruwette, E.J. Van Schooten, C.M. De Glopper
2020 L1-Educational Studies in Language and Literature  
activities are acted out independently or cluster into meaningful categories of reading promotion behavior.  ...  A survey was administered to 194 teachers and data was analyzed using Principal Component Analyses (PCA).  ...  The two factors interact, according to the review by Morgan and Fuchs (2007) of 15 studies addressing the relationship between reading behavior and competency beliefs or goal orientations of children  ... 
doi:10.17239/l1esll-2020.20.01.09 fatcat:3tvu6eisbvfrzo3vvh5sasubtu

Do People Really Experience Information Overload While Reading Online Reviews?

Bum Chul Kwon, Sung-Hee Kim, Timothy Duket, Adrián Catalán, Ji Soo Yi
2015 International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction  
Thus, we investigate how users perceive products depending on various numbers of reviews (from 0 to 3,000 reviews) and different review valences (generally positive, generally negative, and divided).  ...  We found no clear evidence to suggest that information overload increases as the number of reviews increases.  ...  "How likely is it that you will buy this product?" I would recommend this product to Vina. (Park et al., 2006) "How likely is that you will recommend this product to your friends?"  ... 
doi:10.1080/10447318.2015.1072785 fatcat:bbvczveyvvelbjbfitignlcgdy

Motivating Boys to Read: Inquiry, Modeling, and Choice Matter

Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey
2012 Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy  
The touchstone text that the teacher read was viewed as a platform for making connections to other pieces.  ...  I want to hurry up and read my book so that I can read what they're reading. It's how I read so many books this year. I didn't mean to or anything.  ...  More to Explore  ... 
doi:10.1002/jaal.00070 fatcat:5fxbxo7nzvhqlmssriucad3ooy

Reading interest in a digital age

Nur Hidayanto Pancoro Setyo Putro, Jihyun Lee
2017 Reading Psychology  
It was shown that the primary source of the 15 factors was interpreted as psycho-behavior dimensions rather than reading modes or purposes of reading.  ...  interest in recreational reading is linked to the development of academic reading.  ...  When reading online is perceived as a source of fun or relaxation, the Internet is used to search and read online news, health or medical information, menu or recipes, information on buying or selling  ... 
doi:10.1080/02702711.2017.1341966 fatcat:sjlbewl6xnf6jcjfi2jkg2vkom

The Corseted Curriculum: Four Feminist Readings of a Strong Disney Princess [chapter]

2016 Disney, Culture, and Curriculum  
Each part of the book questions our engagements with Disney in order to advance a critical understanding of how Disney teaches us how to feel, buy, and be through experiences, products, and services that  ...  How to Read Donald Duck did not focus on films but, rather, was a textual analysis of 100 Disney comics that were distributed in Chile in the 1980s.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315661599-27 fatcat:zqtplp7cijfstjo3fo4jmyqnii

Who Should Read This Book [chapter]

2016 Securing the Outdoor Construction Site  
This organization is very typical for Unix databases -so much so that it is often possible to  ...  Most of Unix's pre-1980 competitors were tied to a single hardware platform, and died with that platform.  ...  XENIX as a product was rapidly deep-sixed, and eventually sold to SCO. It was not apparent at the time how successful (or how destructive) Microsoft was going to be.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-802383-9.00019-8 fatcat:5cxlhe2k4fbjzfwouwq6qa7iqe

To Buy or Not to Buy? A Research on the Relationship Between Traceable Food Extrinsic Cues and Consumers' Purchase Intention

Li Ge
2022
Furthermore, peer influence was found to be a significant moderator in the relationship between perceived risk (perceived value) and "traceable food purchase intention."  ...  However, it is still not fully understood how the multiple information brought by traceability affects consumers' purchase decision.  ...  of behavior or views.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2022.873941 pmid:35548541 pmcid:PMC9083354 fatcat:e3wzutf7lzawtb2rnpniqm2x44

Reading About the Financial Crisis: A 21-Book Review

Andrew W. Lo
2011 Social Science Research Network  
In this article, I review a diverse set of 21 books on the crisis, 11 written by academics, and 10 written by journalists and one former Treasury Secretary.  ...  establish a single set of facts from which more accurate inferences and narratives can be constructed.  ...  of narrative to shape events.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1949908 fatcat:xsfzfy2zcjftvgfyluf2pkiv74

"Worse Than What I Read?" The External Effect of Review Ratings on the Online Review Generation Process: An Empirical Analysis of Multiple Product Categories Using Amazon.com Review Data

Young Joon Park, Jaewoo Joo, Charin Polpanumas, Yeujun Yoon
2021 Sustainability  
Specifically, a negative discrepancy ('worse than what I read') significantly accelerates consumers to write negative reviews (19/19 categories supported), while a positive discrepancy ('better than what  ...  ' search behavior or the credibility of the information.  ...  This is because online platform providers tend to provide favorable reviews and ratings to attract more companies or stores to their platforms.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su131910912 fatcat:zwarcwoz35agfnoe7plf6ar2qe

Issues of Reading Habits Among Malaysian Students: School and Home Perceptions

Muhammad Faizal A Ghani, Mohd Fauzan Zulkifli, Norfariza Mohd Radzi, Maszuria A. Ghani
2021 Journal of Islamic Education Research  
Reading Habits, (viii) Current Reading Program Need Improvement, (ix) No Clear Guidelines or Profile.  ...  as for policymakers who may utilize the findings of this study to identify and improve the community and students in Malaysia as a reading community.  ...  you want to buy books for reading material, what is it like.  ... 
doi:10.35719/jier.v2i2.154 fatcat:jecskkpbdnattogd3syugmfmou
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