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Elements of a computational model for multi-party discourse: The turn-taking behavior of Supreme Court justices

Timothy Hawes, Jimmy Lin, Philip Resnik
2009 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
This paper explores computational models of multi-party discourse, using transcripts from U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments.  ...  We specifically explore the hypothesis that discourse markers and personal references provide important features in such models.  ...  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views or official policies, either expressed or implied, of the sponsoring  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.21087 fatcat:qbtlan7bwzaatcliwt4ouslgj4

Mapping Stakeholders' Relating Pathways in Collaborative Planning Processes; A Longitudinal Case Study of an Urban Regeneration Partnership

Lieselot Vandenbussche
2018 Planning Theory & Practice  
This article reports on a longitudinal case study of stakeholders' relating dynamics in the collaborative planning process concerning the urban regeneration of Katendrecht, an area located in Rotterdam  ...  Analysis reveals the relevance of a 'hybrid' relational setting and the potential functionality of relational settings, which emphasize organizational autonomy.  ...  This finding sheds a different light on our understanding of the planners' role in multi-stakeholder partnerships.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14649357.2018.1508737 fatcat:45eg7b2cafft3ne7ww2mxikn5y

The Prisoner's Dilemma as a Conceptual Framework for Understanding Value-Related and Behavioral Changes in Western Societies in the Second Decade of the 21st Century: The Case of Israel

Leehu Zysberg
2020 Advances in Politics and Economics  
In the popular media and from time to time in the social science literature, voices are heard describing a process of social disintegration and the deterioration of common values in western societies.  ...  This article uses the theoretical framework of the prisoner's dilemma to conceptualize the phenomenon, analyze its causes and processes, and to try and outline directions for dealing with it, using processes  ...  Interestingly, writers agree on a typical multi-generational dynamic of multi-cultural integration and dis-integration dynamics: first, the "melting pot" model dominates, and in other words there is the  ... 
doi:10.22158/ape.v3n1p39 fatcat:nevujwehmjhjjbyworiu6uefqu

Multisector Collaboration: An Action Research Approach

Michel Rod, Sarena Saunders
2011 Journal of Applied Business Research  
action-oriented research literature &ndash; making a case for a methodological approach that endeavors to lessen the gap between theory and practice in the context of a multisector collaborative effort  ...  <span style="mso-no-proof: yes;">The contribution lies in demonstrating the utility of an action research approach when the overall objective of the research is to gain insights into the phenomenon of  ...  This was done in order to obtain a truer picture of what constitutes multi-party, multi-sector collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.19030/jabr.v25i5.1001 fatcat:wvcpufaw6zacnkor3axrq4t35q

The Moral Order in Family Mediation: Negotiating Competing Values

Janet Smithson, Anne Barlow, Rosemary Hunter, Jan Ewing
2017 Conflict Resolution Quarterly  
We drew on understandings of practical morality, and specifically the concept of a moral order, to study UK mediation session talk.  ...  Fax: +44 (0)1392 722045 Tel: +44 (0)1392 723159 2 The moral order in family mediation: negotiating competing values Abstract We used Discourse Analysis to study how mediators and parties negotiate competing  ...  Acknowledgements: Many thanks to the participants -parties and mediatorswho consented to these sessions being recorded.  ... 
doi:10.1002/crq.21195 fatcat:aqzlovpdwnhinfvaanfpe6ly2a

Studying conflicts, proposing solutions — Towards multi-level approaches to the analyses of forest conflicts

Camilla Sandström, Katarina Eckerberg, Kaisa Raitio
2013 Forest Policy and Economics  
The skillfully designed planning processanalyzed with the help of collaborative planning theoryassisted parties to reach an agreement and in fact enabled changes in the more macro aspects and processes  ...  The analysis of discourses or frames is needed to understand how communication is affectedand distortedby power.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.forpol.2013.05.002 fatcat:dhvbexltvraetem63dchyql5pu

A dynamic analysis of why learners develop a preference for autonomous learners in computer-mediated communication

Bart Rienties, Dirk Tempelaar, Bas Giesbers, Mien Segers, Wim Gijselaers
2012 Interactive Learning Environments  
Using a dynamic multi-method approach of content analysis of cognitive and social discourse, social network analysis, and measures of academic motivation, we find some preliminary evidence that motivational  ...  Given the complexity of CMC, we expected that autonomous learners would be more willing to contribute to cognitive discourse.  ...  We used an innovative integrated dynamic multi-method approach composed of Content Analysis, which measured the type of discourse activity, and Social Network Analysis, which measured the interaction processes  ... 
doi:10.1080/10494820.2012.707127 fatcat:g6wwlxbirffszp6eikkeaoizoa

The challenges of police-community collaboration: identity manoeuvres and power struggles in a neighbourhood based meeting

Anita Mangan, Robyn Thomas, Annette Davies, Roz Gasper
2017 Public Management Review  
The paper provides a nuanced exploration of the challenges of collaboration for both public servants and community members.  ...  Full terms of use are available: Abstract The turn to collaborative governance is a key feature of the New Public Governance environment in many Western economies.  ...  and the dynamic relationship of discourse, identity and agency in achieving specific collaborative outcomes.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14719037.2017.1383718 fatcat:7xxwykre7vfhriju5jxsevrb5q

Regionalization in elderly care: what makes up a healthcare region?

Jitse Jonne Schuurmans, Nienke van Pijkeren, Roland Bal, Iris Wallenburg
2020 Journal of Health Organisation and Management  
literature and provides a framework for understanding the assembling and disassembling of "regions".  ...  It draws on ethnographic research conducted in 14 administrative areas in the Netherlands, a total of 273 in-depth interviews and over 1,000 h of observations.FindingsThis research challenges the understanding  ...  Regimes of valuation: understanding the assembling and disassembling of socio-spatial formations The above examples taken from de Achterhoek highlight our understanding of healthcare regions as multi-layered  ... 
doi:10.1108/jhom-08-2020-0333 fatcat:3ykgghtdq5hvri74ddnibiwzvy

Who Sides with Whom? Towards Computational Construction of Discourse Networks for Political Debates

Sebastian Padó, Andre Blessing, Nico Blokker, Erenay Dayanik, Sebastian Haunss, Jonas Kuhn
2019 Proceedings of the 57th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics  
Understanding the structures of political debates (which actors make what claims) is essential for understanding democratic political decision-making.  ...  The vision of computational construction of such discourse networks from newspaper reports brings together political science and natural language processing.  ...  Acknowledgments We acknowledge funding by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) through MARDY (Modeling Argumentation Dynamics) within SPP RATIO and by Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF  ... 
doi:10.18653/v1/p19-1273 dblp:conf/acl/PadoBBDHK19 fatcat:tzatqjoncbeoplfdu7hmjxbyk4

Multi-sited and historically layered language policy construction: parliamentary debate on the Finnish constitutional bilingualism in 1919

Taina Saarinen, Pasi Ihalainen
2018 Language Policy  
The collaborative approach deepens the understanding of the significance of complex and contingent historical and political contexts in language policy analysis.  ...  We argue that the combination of empirical, source-oriented historical research on parliamentary discourse and recent theoretical insights from language policy research helps us to understand the dynamics  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10993-018-9474-6 fatcat:oljol2dhhvhfdh2l3nh4ccaw3y

Theorizing in practice: Tutor training "live, from the VAX lab"

Virginia A. Chappell
1995 Computers and Composition  
processes at the heart of writing centers.  ...  In training courses for writing tutors, an electronic mail forum is a particularly useful writing-to-learn activity because it gives tutors-in-training important experience with the collaborative intellectual  ...  , the dynamics change.  ... 
doi:10.1016/8755-4615(95)90011-x fatcat:lnugzjqtzrcj3a3fcbdggqilzm

Discourses of collaborative failure: identity, role and discourse in an interdisciplinary world

Dawn Freshwater, Jane Cahill, Chris Essen
2013 Nursing Inquiry  
Discourses of interdisciplinary healthcare are becoming more centralised in the context of global healthcare practices, which are increasingly based on multi-system interventions.  ...  We contend that an important part of understanding and further conceptualising the discourse is through fracturing it.  ...  First we consider the establishment phase, which concerns the initial enablement of a discourse in which the parties of researcher and audience become engaged.  ... 
doi:10.1111/nin.12031 pmid:23574179 fatcat:wwiygzlainhzbcr4kl664xbkdi

Page 215 of Journal of Nursing Management Vol. 15, Issue 2 [page]

2007 Journal of Nursing Management  
In multi-party talk all the par- ticipants have central responsibilities to render their behaviour understandable and relevant to others (Goffman 1983a).  ...  In the words of Goffman (1961), care-planning meetings can be seen as multi-party talk where the participants come to be members of a team that coop- erate to perform a social activity.  ... 

Cognitive technologies for establishing, sharing and comparing perspectives on video over computer networks

Roy Pea, Robb Lindgren, Joseph Rosen
2008 Social Science Information  
The affordances of DIVER for supporting collaboration around video are grounded in the descriptions of two academic contexts in which the software played a central role in the group's video-based activities  ...  The rapidly increasing presence of digital video recordings and new communication capacities on the Internet has created new possibilities for collaboration in behavioral science research.  ...  He is a Fellow of the National Academy of Education, the American Psychological Society and the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0539018408092577 fatcat:3blj7u2q6vc3tocrwngw3nh2gi
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