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We design and evaluate social role classification models based on spatio-temporal and application based features. ... This paper investigates the applicability of social role theory and boundary management as theoretical underpinnings for analyzing social roles and their associated interruptibility preferences. ... Towards Social Role-Based Interruptibility Management • 00:7 ...arXiv:2106.04265v1 fatcat:a7tfm7xcirgobcxp5aueguhpt4
2008 The Second International Conference on Mobile Ubiquitous Computing, Systems, Services and Technologies
In the paper, we discuss software agents as a possible solution and identify the different roles that agents can play in reducing interruptions. ... In particular, we concentrate on the challenges that are connected to participation in multiple communities, requiring a continuous balancing between the need to "keep in touch" and to reduce interruptions ... Perhaps more relevant to the context of PAS is the use of interruption management in a social setting. Shell et al. ...doi:10.1109/ubicomm.2008.35 fatcat:ff2qqzui2bellp2sgtdglkli3m
To automate interruption management on mobile phones, we suggest the adoption of a policy-based approach to express socially-aware policies based on Semantic Web technologies. ... As a relevant example of socially-aware capability, we analyze the case of interruption management, i.e., how and why users respond to an incoming call or message by interrupting their current activity ... Analyzing Interruption Management to Understand Users' Social Needs We have conducted a user study to determine and analyze which elements play a relevant role in users' decisions about mobile phone interruption ...dblp:conf/semweb/ToninelliKLM08 fatcat:w3lcm2h34fhuhlicjc2t3rro54
phone interruption. ... Hong Kong is probably one of the very few places in the world where it is generally acceptable to answer incoming mobile phone calls in public places or even in the middle of a business or social meeting ... replacing this paradigm with the new social network-based paradigm. ...doi:10.4018/jgim.2007100105 fatcat:lcu37f7aevgu7ooxzyj63tiqwy
CURRENT social roles.** As part of each identity an individual holds there is a complementary identity standard, or set of identity expectations within the respective social role.“ The extent to which ... Reflected Appraisals and Social Stress Studies typically conceptualize stress as external events that exceed the capacity of an individual to manage the events effec- tively.°! ...
Attention management systems aim to provide active support in such scenarios, managing interruptions, for example, by postponing notifications to opportune moments for information delivery. ... in their attention management. ... The authors assume that an interruption is more relevant to individuals if it is matched with their social role (e.g., employee, family member). ...doi:10.1145/3214261 fatcat:e27hp7xqsvclvkapj7jv3dnqqe
In this work we examine the role of a user's internal context, defined by her engagement in the current task, on the sentiment towards an interrupting mobile notification. ... However, the success of context-aware interruptibility systems questions the existing theory of interruptibility, that is based on the internal state of the user, not her surroundings. ... Acknowledgements The analysis in this paper relies on the data collected as a part of the UK EPSRC-funded project "UBhave: ubiquitous and social computing for positive behaviour change" (EP/I032673/1). ...doi:10.1145/2786567.2794336 dblp:conf/mhci/PejovicMM15 fatcat:u2lo7zirbnbbvk3u3bjerjrgre
Specifically, we analyze how corporate research managers spend their time and look at how their attitudes toward interruption relate to their various activities. ... Attitudes toward interruption are marked by a complex tension between wanting to avoid interruption and appreciating its usefulness. ... ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We especially thank the busy managers that agreed to let us constantly interrupt them for this study. ...doi:10.1145/503376.503394 dblp:conf/chi/HudsonCKE02 fatcat:epdtv5bg6nby7ghi3sjsjtwbx4
Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems Changing our world, changing ourselves - CHI '02
Specifically, we analyze how corporate research managers spend their time and look at how their attitudes toward interruption relate to their various activities. ... Attitudes toward interruption are marked by a complex tension between wanting to avoid interruption and appreciating its usefulness. ... ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We especially thank the busy managers that agreed to let us constantly interrupt them for this study. ...doi:10.1145/503391.503394 fatcat:z3ahfgimd5b7xo3qtieudto2ym
, and (7) People compartmentalize their role identities. ... In this study, we look at how both mobile and social media use generates a new dimension of time, one we call mobichronic time. ... No special effectively manage them. effort is spent in managing interruptions People Monochrons enact one Polychrons engage with Monochrons engage with compartmentalize role at a time. ...dblp:conf/icis/IvaturiC16 fatcat:6bd4xbb4fjasvd5j4wldx722li
The model is based on 5 sequential and overlapping processes, denoted as develop/relationship, discuss/roles, divide/ responsibility, defer/respect, and debrief/review (hence called the D-R model). ... (Rhodes Coll, Memphis, TN) Physical and the pregnancy role: Receiving help from strangers. Sex Roles, 1988(Mar), Vol 18(5-6), 323-331. ...
The insights can be used to develop an understanding of how interruptions are dealt with in other settings, and to reflect on how to support notification management within collocated groups by design. ... Findings highlight how embodied and technological resources are collectively drawn upon in situationally nuanced ways to achieve the management of notifications delivered to cohorts. ... Introduction Notifications play a key role in our communications and social media. ...doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-5346-7_2 dblp:conf/ecscw/FischerRMGBE13 fatcat:rvycymt5srfkjj5jyzypc2g3hu
This study aims to understand how online identity interruption can impact psychological distress and how psychological distress drives coping intentions in using synchronous social messaging services. ... Specifically, this study identifies two key technological features of synchronous social messaging, namely content perishability and content visibility, that will be especially relevant to identity interruption ... Based on the estimated social appraisals, individuals develop perceptions towards the identity presentation and formulate responses accordingly (Blanz et al. 1998) . ...dblp:conf/icis/VermaC17 fatcat:a5osg5dbkfduzpfrju6kv22ple
at work) relate to cross-role interrupting behaviors—i.e., interrupting the work (or non-work) role to attend to competing non-work (or work) demands—and how, in turn, they correlate with work–family ... related to work interrupting non-work behaviors and, finally, (d) cross-role interrupting behaviors were positively related to work–family conflict. ... The Conceptual Framework: Boundary Management and COR Theories Individuals are embedded in complex social contexts and, throughout their lives, take on multiple social roles. ...doi:10.3390/ijerph182212207 pmid:34831962 pmcid:PMC8620469 fatcat:7vrtwl3sbfasfoz5o4okniptbu
Here, we revisit this claim by interrupting bonobos engaged in social activities. ... Furthermore, communicative efforts deployed to suspend and resume social activities varied depending on partners' social relationships and interactive roles. ... As a compromise, we interrupted these dyads randomly within a time window of 3.0 to 18.0 min (based on the ITR of the other dyads). ...doi:10.1126/sciadv.abd1306 pmid:33355132 fatcat:q5ycbixfpfcg3k2xsr5xc6ksr4
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