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  • Chapter 13 - Social and political issues. This chapter includes contents: Health, social interaction and the internet; socio-economic segregation; new economic workforce; online communities; online charities and non-profit organizations on the web.

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  • Assistive technologies aim to enhance the daily life of people with disabilities, improving aspects such as mobility, communication, social interaction, manipulation of several objects and devices, etc. The main importance of assistive technology is based on the idea of making reachable what is not accessible for many people with disabilities.

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  • In my thesis, I propose to build a system that would enable extraction of social interactions from texts. To date I have defined a comprehensive set of social events and built a preliminary system that extracts social events from news articles. I plan to improve the performance of my current system by incorporating semantic information. Using domain adaptation techniques, I propose to apply my system to a wide range of genres.

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học quốc tế cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: Evolving the theory and praxis of knowledge translation through social interaction: a social phenomenological study

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Evolving the theory and praxis of knowledge translation through social interaction: a social phenomenological study

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  • Constance (Connie) Porter is an Assistant Professor in the Marketing Department of Mendoza College of Business, University of Notre Dame. Porter researches trust and relationship management, with an emphasis on interactive, social-media marketing environments. Porter teaches courses in customer relationship management and marketing & technology, where students learn how to build and grow profitable relationships with customers, especially by leveraging the power of information and technology.

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  • If one asks what neuroscience is, the answer can be found in this book. Neuroscience embraces not only anatomical and physiological studies but also cell biology, computer science, and biochemistry. Equally important for neuroscientific research are other disciplines, such as psychology, psychiatry, neurology and additional recent ones, such as neuroeconomics and social neuroscience. This book comprises chapters on diverse topics in neuroscience ranging from cellular, computational, cognitive, and clinical neuroscience.

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  • In recent years, there has been growing interest in emotion regulation processes within different areas of psychology. This interest has been sparked both by the development of new theoretical models of emotion regulation processes and by the growing realization that poor or inappropriate regula- tion of emotions often constitutes a core component of common individual and interpersonal problems.

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  • rom the creators of Yahoo!'s Design Pattern Library, Designing Social Interfaces provides you with more than 100 patterns, principles, and best practices, along with salient advice for many of the common challenges you'll face when starting a social website. Designing sites that foster user interaction and community-building is a valuable skill for web developers and designers today, but it's not that easy to understand the nuances of the social web. Now you have help.

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  • This book will demonstrate how to create, maintain, and extend a powerful social network site. It shows how to create your own flexible social networking framework, allowing users to sign up, customize their profile, befriend other users, share information, communicate, interact with one another, and much more.

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  • This thesis offers three novel contributions to this area of research. After grounding the discussion in different notions of social interaction, i articulate a new theory of how context operates in the digital realm, focusing on how the underlying architectural differences require a new set of considerations. In particular, i tackle the problems that occur when situational contextual information is collapsed and how users reclaim this.

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  • While interacting socially, people are aware of and react to the feedback that they receive by the other people in an environment. They adjust their body posture, their facial expressions, and their general presentation. These adjustments are made not to be artificial but to convey appropriate social information for the situation.

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  • Human Behavior and the Social Environment content views human development and behavior from a person in environment perspective and includes theories and knowledge focusing on the interactions between and among individuals, groups, societies and economic systems.

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  • The number of users on Twitter has drastically increased in the past years. However, Twitter does not have an effective user grouping mechanism. Therefore tweets from other users can quickly overrun and become inconvenient to read. In this paper, we propose methods to help users group the people they follow using their provided seeding users. Two sources of information are used to build sub-systems: textural information captured by the tweets sent by users, and social connections among users.

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  • I recognize that my biases frame the work in this thesis, particularly the perspective that i use to consider social interaction and regulation. As an academic, my notions of social interaction are entirely grounded in a Western, and primarily American perspective. As a researcher and system designer, i draw from a diverse set of disciplines, including sociology, psychology, cultural studies, queer theory, and computer graphics. While i am partially versed in all of these fields, i am by no means an expert in any of them. Yet, i come to this research as a technologist who...

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  • The purpose of this thesis is to delineate important issues that sociable designers should consider when they develop structures intended to encourage social interaction. In doing so, i address both theoretical and computational contributions to this area of research. While i sketch a conceptual model for addressing these issues, the prototypes that are discussed reveal the challenges that we, as researchers and designers, must face. Rather than providing solutions, they expose the weaknesses in this area of research and suggest paths for future research.

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  • From its inception, a primary use of the Internet has been to engage people in social interaction. From email to Usenet to instant messenger, some of the most popular applications have focused on building community and aiding in communication. Yet, while these systems are quite popular, the architecture also restricts the types of social interactions possible online. Online mediums are quite valuable for quickly sharing data, but they prove limited in providing the support necessary for building community.

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  • During social interaction, people regularly present themselves while simultaneously reading the presentations of others. Depending on one’s personality, an individual will adjust aspects of their presentation according to the reactions and presentations of those around them. Fundamentally, social interaction is a negotiation between individuals performing within a particular social context to convey aspects of their identity.

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  • We present a method for extracting social networks from literature, namely, nineteenth-century British novels and serials. We derive the networks from dialogue interactions, and thus our method depends on the ability to determine when two characters are in conversation. Our approach involves character name chunking, quoted speech attribution and conversation detection given the set of quotes. We extract features from the social networks and examine their correlation with one another, as well as with metadata such as the novel’s setting. ...

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  • For example, textual messages might be both easier to enter by keyboard and Co read on a CRT screen than speaking to a recording machine and listening Co a recorded message. However, social chatting might be best over the telephone. However, arranging a dace with a stranger might be less revealing if done in the textual mode. Considerable opportunities exist for basic research to explore the suitability of these alternate modes for different c o ~ n i c a c i o n s applications.

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