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Critical Point of View: A Wikipedia Reader

Geert Lovink, Nathaniel Tkacz, Joseph M. Reagle, Dan O'Sullivan, Lawrence Liang, Amila Akdag Salah, Cheng Gao, Krzystztof Suchecki, Andrea Scharnhorst, R. Stuart Geiger, Edgar Enyedy, Peter B. Kaufman (+19 others)
2012 Social Science Research Network  
Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam 2011 ISBN 978-90-78146-13-1  ...  Knowledge acquisition involves complex cognitive processes: perception, learning, communication, association and reasoning.  ...  I made changes to the third and fourth paragraphs of 'Life': In 1970, Baudrillard made his first of many trips to the USA (Aspen).  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2075015 fatcat:ufngx3eoazbtfe5pgtvovak6q4

No Small World: Visions and Revisions of World Literature

Michael Thomas Carroll
1998 College composition and communication  
of Western culture; to suggest new genres and perspectives; to consider specific curricular and pedagogical issues; and to introduce "new" texts for consideration.  ...  The essays are focused on four primary goals: to map the conceptual and cultural problems inherent in common educational approaches to the subject which sometimes see world literature as a metanarrative  ...  The major difference between European immigrants and immigrants from the Third World is that the latter, because of their physical appearance, cannot hide in a crowd.  ... 
doi:10.2307/358566 fatcat:nw7r6vr3irdrbnftcpeuxuwe34

Adaptation in the Age of Media Convergence

Liam Burke
2020 Adaptation  
and material are in transition from the discipline's humble novel-to-film-studies beginnings to a broader, if somewhat unclear, future. 1 As part of a moment in the field's history, in which scholars  ...  bound to questions of mediality and remediation. 3 Therefore, one of the most important new developments in adaptation studies is constituted by the shift in the global mediascape in light of the rise  ...  writing in the fan community in her author narrative and instead ties her work to her personal and professional life.  ... 
doi:10.1093/adaptation/apaa021 fatcat:h57qbqdldbfddi7asynx4fzqni

IRRODL Volume 15, Number 5

Various Authors
2014 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
decisions, viewing them mainly as indicating employees' personal attributes like motivation and a desire to learn.  ...  To help fill this gap, the Finding and Developing Talent study surveyed 103 employers and interviewed a subset of 20 about their awareness of MOOCs and their receptivity to using MOOCs in recruiting, hiring  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to acknowledge the work of the coding team: Michael Barger Heikoop for their assitance with data extraction.  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v15i5.2040 fatcat:vphc3o7hqve6rhjv6mhtpbwt6q

Qualified hope: a postmodern politics of time

2009 ChoiceReviews  
Of course, these successes are highly qualified: he uses the third person to assert his ability to think about himself in the first person; the towers still burn inside; he only "might" live forever; and  ...  (i.e., not in the supra-narrator's parenthetical narrative where we are used to seeing Cherrycoke in the third person) suggest the supra-narrator's representational presence in each of the novel's different  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.47-0719 fatcat:jywsvic7mfayhk3nmkmapsmq2q

Augustan Poets on the Roman-Parthian Treaty of 20 BC

Tomasz Babnis
2018 Classica Cracoviensia  
In this paper, I analyse several frag-ments referring to this agreement in the works of the Augustan poets Horace, Propertius and Ovid.  ...  On the one hand, they show a strong intermixture of politics and literature, and on the other hand, great talent and artistic skill of the poets writing creatively about issues which were current in Rome  ...  the hidden sense of communication and applies to cognitive problems (Domaradzki 2013: 20) .  ... 
doi:10.12797/cc.20.2017.20.01 fatcat:e4xgchu2yrekpgaafopdqpebk4

Improving decision-making for major urban rail projects

Roger James Allport
2011 Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Management, procurement and law  
used to justify their costs.  ...  of nev/ly-open metros in Asia and the UK.  ...  All case studies were in democracies of differing maturity, culture and style -more or less open, more or less personality driven and more or less stable. They require 122 In metro terms.  ... 
doi:10.1680/mpal.2011.164.2.61 fatcat:bafg5vnk65adhjmzpq6wc3e5ve

Virtual Heritage: new technologies for edutainment

Andrea Martina, A. Bottino
As a result, institutions are faced with several new problems, like the need to communicate with people from different age groups and different cultural backgrounds, the change in people attitude due to  ...  Therefore, I first analyzed different approaches to an effective recreation of the historical and cultural context of heritage contents, which is ultimately aimed at an effective transfer of knowledge  ...  So why not to just make  ... 
doi:10.6092/polito/porto/2541502 fatcat:naz5fai2zve6zaa2jqesqoyaqm

Использование биологически активных и экологически безопасных веществ при хранении фруктов

Тургунов А.Н., Tashkent state agrarian university
2020 International Conference Europe, science and we evropa, v da a my #2   unpublished
Uzbekistan, one of the centers of ancient culture, is extremely rich in material and cultural monuments.  ...  Although the study of historical monuments of the Uzbek people began in the second half of the XIX century, after the conquest of Central Asia by Tsarist Russia, in the first half of the XX century increased  ...  Third, in order to strengthen the spiritual upbringing in the family, we must first instill in the children the concepts of haram and halal, sin and good.  ... 
doi:10.37057/ch_2_1 fatcat:dvzdnhmkjvewthqf6uqoejwv5m

Filminimalism: a multi-framework analysis of postminimalist techniques in contemporary film music. Embodied cognition and misempathetic music in the film scores of Johann Johannsson, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, and Mica Levi

Samuel J. Chase
First, through historical and cultural analysis in chapter two, this thesis determines the predecessors, influences, and contexts of this music, including Minimalism and its transition to Postminimalism  ...  demonstrate how Filminimalism communicates emotional significance to the filmgoer either through subconscious Embodied Simulation, or through Multimedia Incongruences.  ...  This is an example of Third Person Limited narration, where the filmgoer does not literally see through her eyes -as in the point-of-view (POV) shot -yet both Kate and the filmgoer learn information at  ... 
doi:10.15126/thesis.00856960 fatcat:ggz4zpkwtvgdfmblnuwsr4avhq

"COGITAMUS ERGO SUMUS". Web 2.0 Encyclopaedi@s: the case of Wikipedia. A Corpus Based Study

Antonella Elia
The WikiSpeak, the spoken-written language used by Wikipedians in their backstage community, is also taken into account.  ...  On a more personal note, I would like to thank my family and my friends, for believing in me even when others did not (myself included), and for having constantly supported me throughout this stage of  ...  The terms "high context" and "low context" were coined by Edward Hall (1976) to describe cultural differences between groups, societies and communication systems.  ... 
doi:10.6092/unina/fedoa/1818 fatcat:jj25f6ajfzhmjjndj5kdmaeozu

Rural adult popular education performatively inquiring into psychiatric experiences

Steven Edward Noble
Performativity sits on the third level. Popular theatre processes stepped the pyramid to the next level and the top is comprised of Existentialism and absurdist theatre forms.  ...  Methodology: The methodology consisted of a performative inquiry that involved the staging of, and learning within, an absurdist popular theatre production.  ...  A second participant steps in and adds to the first person, "completing" the image. The first person drops away and a third person enters, adding to the remaining person and so on.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0105020 fatcat:rz56dwau5vhsdevql6t4jjgeoy

An exploration of how a drama-based pedagogy can promote understanding of chemical concepts in 11-15 year old science students

Dorion, Kirk (Calvin), Apollo-University Of Cambridge Repository, Apollo-University Of Cambridge Repository
These strategies employ action and imagination to simulate systems and processes that are too fast, too slow, too big, too small, too expensive or too dangerous to observe in the classroom.  ...  A growing body of evidence suggests that some Science teachers use drama-based strategies in order to promote understanding of abstract scientific concepts.  ...  used to support learning by allowing students to initially bridge over gaps in mental models of scientific processes.  ... 
doi:10.17863/cam.16489 fatcat:jtxpgeiuanh7zcfsjxa7b5wcv4

Renegotiating the pedagogic contract : teaching in digitally enhanced secondary science classrooms

Ajibola Oluneye Ajayi
Yet in each case, the content of learning was extended to include new topics, and greater depth of learning within the mandated curriculum.  ...  The management of learning was reshaped around metacognitive strategies, personal goal-setting, individual pacing, and smallgroup learning activities.  ...  Simulations offer the potential to help students explore abstract and complex systems.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0055071 fatcat:gftj3av6q5buhfe2vuwxvzl32u

Recommended Citation Sohval, Daniel

Daniel Sohval
2013 unpublished
Because the whole human family, folk and adjunct professors of neurolinguistics alike came from the same crop of hominids in the Savannah, right? Zfdel approaches the barbell racks.  ...  Where several men much larger and wider than him, sporting shoulder tattoos of Virgin Maries and the cursive names of exgirlfriends, pump iron.  ...  We do not learn about "being in pain" or "being hungry" by learning to describe something presented to each of us.  ... 
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