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Cyberbullying and Traditional Bullying in Greece: An Empirical Study
The use of Internet technology has changed the way people interact rendering face-to face and verbal communication a trend of the past. Thus, a new world has been created for young people, who send emails, visit websites, use webcams, chat rooms and instant messaging through social media for communi...
12/12/2018 — published in The Conversation
The polls show that, after the surprise effect, the revolt of ‘gilets jaunes’ has been positively perceived in French society. This is mainly due to the fact that reports on round-point mobilisations and social media have been able to give an insight into the visibility of inequalities and perceived...
Introduction to social media
short introduction to social media Cabrera Méndez, M. (2011). Introduction to social media: http://hdl.handle.net/10251/10801
Redesigning hazard communication through technology: collaboration, co-production and coherence
Digital and virtual communication impacts increasingly upon the management of natural hazards in an uncertain world, challenging the boundaries between science and society. This study uses sociological theory to explore how technology reduces the mitigation failures and conflicts that scholars often...
Variations on a topic: the
transition “The development of a general transition model... is only possible if a very abstract conceptual device is assumed, which subsumes almost everything and does not explain almost anything”. Recently, as the peoples of several Spanish-American and European countries emanate from oppressive r...
The study of electoral alliances in Mexico: vets of research and theoretical and methodological contributions
The growth of the alienist phenomenon in Mexico has drawn the attention of the media, the public and the academy; however, the particularities of its development are still uncomfortable for its various audiences. While work has been carried out on the analysis of electoral alliances, few of them hav...
Understanding the Role of Weibo in Health-‐seeking Process of Chinese International Students in Canada
In recent years, the growth effect of technology has reached many heights, such as the more frequent use of new media platforms, like Twitter, Weibo, and Facebook. The technological revolution has enabled people to communicate across thousands of miles at a greater speed. With such advantages, socia...
Renewal of language forms in social communication on Twitter
International audience With the increasing development of social communication on social media networks, new linguistic forms have emerged thanks to the technological devices offered by digital platforms, which can be regarded as open spaces characterised by hypertextuality and polysemioticity. This...
American General Jay Silveria’s keynote speech after a racist act of female officers
Lt. GEN. Jay Silveria is the Air Force Academy’s 20th superintendent. MUST CREDIT: U.S. Air Force Academy handout photo Sa was widely welcomed on social media and shown in the loop on US TV channels. United States — “Have the camp!”: the director of an American military academy did not chay his word...
Applying Adult Cooperative Learning Underpinning Principles to Learning with Social Media Applying Adult Cooperative Learning Underpinning Principles to Learning with Social Media: An Overview and Implications for Research
Digital Media, Languages, Speech, Practice and Interculturality
International audience Cet ouvrage regroupe les actes de la quatrième édition du colloque international "Langues, cultures et médias en Méditerranée" qui a eu lieu à Agadir du 24 au 26 octobre 2016. Il a pour objectif l'étude de l'émergence et du développement des structures, des formes, des sens et...
The song reflects: around the critical status of popular music in Brazil
Summary In the 20th century, popular music was Brazil’s strongest artistic language and one of Brazil’s great aesthetic forces. Since the 30s, she has held an important position in cultural debates and nationalist projects and, over the years, expanded its reach with the progress of the media. That...
An example of a victimary inversion: the accusation of ritual murder and its derived forms
The analysis of the victimary device, proposed here, is based on the accusation of ritual murder against Jews. This accusation makes it possible to set up a victimary construction of Jews’ Haissers, which the Jews have used to justify and legitimise the deportation and extermination of Jews since th...
SSNCSE-NLP @ EVALITA2020: Textual and Contextual Stance Detection from Tweets Using Machine Learning Approach
Opinions expressed via online social media platforms can be used to analyse the stand taken by the public about any event or topic. Recognizing the stand taken is the stance detection, in this paper an automatic stance detection approach is proposed that uses both deep learning based feature extract...
Rehabilitación de la finca «La Venteta» en Fontanars dels Alforins
[EN] The following final degree Project focuses on the study of "La Finca La Venteta" in Fontanars dels Alforins (Valencia) in order to rehabilitate it For this study any previous technical information has been required, so all the necessary material for the making of the project has been sought and...
Political mediatisation during the COVID-19 pandemic. The social media case of Alberto Fernández and Mauricio Macri
Summary: The aim of this article is to analyse the mediatisation of Argentinian President Alberto Fernández’s speech on social media from its takeover in December 2019 to June 2020 — in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic expansion — and to compare it with the speeches of former President Mauricio...
Digital means and rights: perspectives for young people with cancer
This article presents the results of an exploratory study on the uses and perceptions of digital media by young Portuguese people who have or have had cancer disease, using the theoretical framework of children’s rights, digital literacy and media health literacy. To discuss in particular how young...
Proceedings of the 5th Conference on CMC and Social Media Corpora for the Humanities (cmccorpora17)
International audience This volume presents the proceedings of the 5th edition of the annual conference series on CMC and Social Media Corpora for the Humanities (cmc-corpora2017). This conference series is dedicated to the collection, annotation, processing, and exploitation of corpora of computer-...
Digital public diplomacy in Mexico and Chile
Summary This article analyses the functioning of digital public diplomacy in Mexico and Chile. The methodology used was qualitative and comparative. Both countries have a presence in cyberspace, both on websites and social media. The Mexican Foreign Secretariat is very active on social media, while...
BlockRoom. Image design and interface of the platform of a digital currency to travel
[ES] The present end-of-grade work (TFG) captures the Blockroom design and development process. Blockroom is a digital currency created to travel through its collaborative tourism platform. This project falls within the scope of visual identity design and user interface design. The rationale for the...
Emergency and Evacuation Plan for the Central Market of Valencia. Adaptation to the CTE DB-SI
[ES] El Mercado Central de Valencia is a modernised building which, due to its constructive, architectural and historical characteristics, was declared BIC in 2007. This property is located in the old town of Valencia, specifically in the Mercat district. This environment also has a special plan for...
14 reasons why museums do not need social media
http://www.tanjapraske.de/2014/11/19/14-gruende-warum-museen-kein-social-media-brauchen Applies so similarly to archives...
Training workshop for docent-tutors: Young people, technologies and education: ‘Youth with More and Better Work’ programme
The next Final Inclusive Work (TIF), within the framework of the Specialisation in Educational Practices, Means and Spaces — Communication, will be the design and construction of a Training Workshop for Teaching, Technology and Education, in a Virtual Education and Learning Environment (E-VEA), aime...
Infodemia: Key to cutting off the disinformation chain in times of pandemic
The communication products presented are part of the infodemia campaign: Key to cutting the chain of disinformation carried out by the Directorate for Artistic Production with the Territory of the Faculty of Journalism and Social Communication of the National University of Plata (UNLP). This content...
Everything you have always wanted to know on social media (and you dare to ask for it)
If you read these lines, it may be because you have just sent me an email asking me for help with a duty or memory, or ask me for an interview, and I replied by asking you first to read the following... Indeed, since the publication of the book on Social Media Sociology in early 2011, I have receive...