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Who has the last word? Understanding How to Sample Online Discussions [article]

Gioia Boschi, Anthony P. Young, Sagar Joglekar, Chiara Cammarota, Nishanth Sastry
2021 arXiv   pre-print
This paper is interested in answering the question of how users should sample online conversations to selectively favour the currently justified or accepted positions in the debate.  ...  However, in large discussions readers are often forced to sample a subset of the arguments being put forth.  ...  While previous work has used argumentation theory to understand online discussions (e.g.  ... 
arXiv:1906.04148v2 fatcat:teoesx6sh5ewlpo35hqosuqphm

Who Has the Last Word? Understanding How to Sample Online Discussions

Gioia Boschi, Anthony P. Young, Sagar Joglekar, Chiara Cammarota, Nishanth Sastry
2022 Companion Proceedings of the Web Conference 2022  
This paper is interested in answering the question of how users should sample online conversations to selectively favour the currently justified or accepted positions in the debate.  ...  In large discussions, readers are often forced to sample a subset of the arguments being put forth.  ...  Who Has the Last Word? Understanding How to Sample Online Discussions. In Companion Proceedings of the Web Conference 2022 (WWW '22 Companion), April 25-29, 2022, Virtual Event, Lyon, France.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3487553.3524188 fatcat:estaxrxa2jbercurxbcikkbqxe

Word Sketches of Separable Words Liheci in Chinese

Mateja PETROVČIČ
2016 Acta Linguistica Asiatica  
Not all separable words are extendable to the same degree. To understand the behaviour of words, it is generally advised to check word sketches, because they are based on large text corpora.  ...  This article examines how Chinese separable words are treated in Sketch Engine and discusses on the approprietness of the available Chinese corpora for word sketches.  ...  for the relevant gremrel file.  ... 
doi:10.4312/ala.6.1.47-57 fatcat:qcxdnog6ebb63cidm4jnnfmtsu

Spoken Words, Unspoken Meanings

Michael Seadle
2000 D-Lib Magazine  
Last winter an authenticity case occurred in the NGSW, when a user's question about a digital sound sample led to the discovery that a notable recording was a fake.  ...  In practical terms, the more cautious approach has won, if only because those who would ultimately have to deal with the legal consequences have supported it.  ... 
doi:10.1045/november2000-seadle fatcat:qw3yvsjr55h6vdty2z2y6h32uy

COMPOUND WORDS IN ENGLISH

Danin Christianto
2020 LLT Journal: A Journal on Language and Language Teaching  
Word can be considered as a complex part in language since it has many different forms.  ...  There are many important components in language to create a successful communication, such as sound, sentence, meaning, and etc. One of the components is word.  ...  The researcher employed sample study to collect the data from Strategic Review magazine.  ... 
doi:10.24071/llt.v23i1.2030 doaj:7011ec307cf44b2db72a9f2276d84ac5 fatcat:snx434fqkfeq5hwkerxiedym5a

On Brands and Word-of-Mouth

Renana Peres, Ron Shachar, Mitchell J. Lovett
2011 Social Science Research Network  
This study aims to enhance our understanding of brand characteristics as antecedents of WOM by executing a comprehensive empirical analysis.  ...  We also find that while the social and functional drivers are the most important for online WOM, the emotional driver is the most important for offline WOM.  ...  For example, sending samples of home products to bloggers might not be effective in stimulating them to spread the word on it.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1968602 fatcat:mizep4d7qrd2djawsvxwk6ezje

Word of Mouth: A Literature Review

Supratim Kundu, Rajasekaran Sundara Rajan
2017 International Journal of Economics & Management Sciences  
Introduction Word of mouth (WOM) or consumer-to-consumer interaction has been the center of discussion among the research fraternity for a few decades now.  ...  The proposed model was in Figure 5 as below: 616 complete responses for a questionnaire were received from the users of an online software product forum who engaged in threaded discussions.  ... 
doi:10.4172/2162-6359.1000467 fatcat:thelcny47bchzdsnupullp5cxi

Word of Mouth: A Literature Review

Supratim Kundu, C.R. Sundara Rajan
2016 Social Science Research Network  
Introduction Word of mouth (WOM) or consumer-to-consumer interaction has been the center of discussion among the research fraternity for a few decades now.  ...  The proposed model was in Figure 5 as below: 616 complete responses for a questionnaire were received from the users of an online software product forum who engaged in threaded discussions.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2973022 fatcat:qzvvdu5dbjhttidcrs43wakakm

What's in a word?

TWC Editor
2020 Transformative Works and Cultures  
). [2.6] On the other hand, its ubiquity and popularity for the last twenty-five years has led some, like Long, to realize how much they are fans of the series.  ...  It's the last one that I'll explore more. Appendix [2] The word crisis comes from ancient Greek krisis, which translates to "decide," a word with no positive or negative connotation.  ...  , who has made several statements indicating her lack of understanding of the importance of representation, would not.  ... 
doi:10.3983/twc.2020.2047 fatcat:i3sbk4o7tnetdmoapomvilgy4m

Network Analysis of Traditional Word of Mouth

Aliosha Alexandrov, Michael Tippins, Sandipan Sen
2022 Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods  
The study discusses the WOM network metrics from a practical perspective and how they can be used to optimize WOM campaigns.  ...  Unfortunately, traditional WOM has not benefitted from network analysis, which usually is applied to online WOM due to the availability of stored data.  ...  In other words, sampling can be used for relative comparisons.  ... 
doi:10.34190/ejbrm.20.2.2299 fatcat:tenhhy56n5am3ivkevmeipwrka

Word structure and word processing in developmental disorders [chapter]

Mila Vulchanova, David Saldaña, Giosué Baggio
2020 Word Knowledge and Word Usage  
Finally, some children will only experience problems in understanding text and what individual words in a given text mean, but not in decoding itself.  ...  Children suffering from dyslexia experience problems in cracking the orthographic code and how it maps onto the sound structure of oral language.  ...  Word learning has been shown to depend on multiple instances of exposure to the word, in varied contexts.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110440577-017 fatcat:qkehttgncnd2fhknycxxgnr45u

Building word knowledge, learning strategies, and metacognition with the Word-Knowledge e-Book

Carol McDonald Connor, Stephanie L. Day, Elham Zargar, Taffeta S. Wood, Karen S. Taylor, Masha R. Jones, Jin Kyoung Hwang
2019 Computers & Education  
The effects were greater for students who participated in weekly book clubs compared to students in the no book club control.  ...  Depending on the word chosen, the story follows a different plot.  ...  This work was supported by the U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, Reading for Understanding Network, grant number R305N160050 and Developing Electronic-Books to Build  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2018.09.016 pmid:30923418 pmcid:PMC6433172 fatcat:3cr2ssuvqzanxcy3o4ihfruueu

Words and deeds

David E Cunningham, Kristian Skrede Gleditsch, Belén González, Dragana Vidović, Peter B White
2017 Journal of Peace Research  
We demonstrate that the common finding that anocracies are more prone to civil war primarily stems from such regimes being more prone to see maximalist political demands that could lead to violent mobilization  ...  We test implications of this framework using new data on governmental incompatibilities in a random sample of 101 states from 1960-2012.  ...  The data that we present here has the additional potential to contribute to our understanding of external actions that make violence more or less likely.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0022343317712576 fatcat:4oqopusu3vao7d6x23k4drmo3e

Understanding Word-of-Mouth in Counterfeiting

Meei-Ying Lan, Fangyi Liu, Cheng-Hsi Fang, Tom M. Y. Lin
2012 Psychology  
Although role of word-of-mouth (WOM) has been studied for many years for brand or well known products, limited attention has been given to explore its role in counterfeiting.  ...  Since the promotion of counterfeits cannot use public media, it is interesting to investigate how people exchange information and finally affect the sales of counterfeit.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the anonymous referees for your valuable comments and suggestions, and the corresponding author Fangyi Liu can be contacted at: fion@ccms.nkfust.edu.tw.  ... 
doi:10.4236/psych.2012.33041 fatcat:axk2dcp5pbbmtp7qfspxu676pu

The comparative study between Indonesian blend words and English blend words

Mia Rahmannia, Pratomo Widodo
2019 Jurnal Ling Tera  
Therefore, the aim of this research is to analyze the comparison between Indonesian blend words and English blend words in terms of its types, its similarities and differences and also how its formed.  ...  The result showed that Indonesian blend words and English blend words not only have similarities in the forming word, but also have their differences that make them unique to each other.  ...  Moreover, the result of the previous research by Permatasari & Suyudi (2011) shows that every Indonesian blend words sample has a phonotactic pattern.  ... 
doi:10.21831/lt.v6i1.22785 fatcat:crtwt6shuveqbprg4x3aqfvut4
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