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2015 Hany SalahEldeen Dissertation Defense1 Detecting, Modeling, & Predicting User Temporal Intention in Social Media Hany M. SalahEldeen Doctor of Philosophy.

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Traditional Social Media Platforms Stephan Dahl. Buzzword Web 2.0 /Social Media often portrayed as a ‘revolution’ But was it really so revolutionary?

revolutionary? What made it different from ‘old Internet’? Early ‘Social Media’ Early ‘social media’ predates the widespread adoption of the Internet Early online communities started in the 1960s Longest, still running ‘online community’ is The WELL – founded in 1985 Early Social Media/ norms Uses and Gratifications Assumptions The audience is an active participant in media selection and selects media based on individual goals Media channels compete amongst themselves as well as with other resources for the /


The WebSite What is WMB? WMB is a revolutionary new social online destination that brings competition to the core of social interaction. While utilizing.

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Madness and Revolution Revolution, Counterrevolution, and Revolutionary Spectatorship.

to parliament -- Duma), repression -- punitive expeditions  World Audience: Western Europe and United states sympathetic to goals  Political Actors:The emergence of legal political parties (Social Democrats, Socialist Revolutionaries, Constitutional Democrats (Kadets), man on the street  Media Actors: The Press, public opinion, literature and the arts  Autocracy: responds with concessions (October Manifesto granting freedoms, elections to parliament -- Duma), repression -- punitive expeditions  World/


The 100 Most Influential Americans. 1. George Washington 1732-1799 1732-1799 General during Revolutionary War General during Revolutionary War President.

Influential Americans 1. George Washington 1732-1799 1732-1799 General during Revolutionary War General during Revolutionary War President of Constitutional Convention President of Constitutional Convention 1 st /Watergate scandal – Only president to resign from office 97. Oprah Winfrey 1954- Present 1954- Present Most influential media personality Most influential media personality Most influential African American Woman Most influential African American Woman Power to sway public opinion through her T.V/


Background Information. Standard: –9-10 SL2: Objective: –Obj. 1 Students will integrate multiple sources of information presented in diverse media formats.

10 SL2: Objective: –Obj. 1 Students will integrate multiple sources of information presented in diverse media formats by taking Cornell Notes regarding Charles Dickens’ and The French Revolution Cornell Notes on Charles /showed up to her execution in Peasant clothing to show her sympathy for the commoners. The Committee of Public Safety and the Revolutionary Tribunal were instituted immediately after the execution of the King. The Reign of Terror, during which the ruling faction ruthlessly exterminated/


* Mexico. A. Legitimacy Revolution of 1910-1917 – Mexicans have admired revolutionary leaders throughout their history. Revolutions in general are seen.

than it would have been otherwise XVII. Political Parties Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI) National Action Party (PAN) Democratic Revolutionary Party (PRD) PRI In power from 1920-2000 Founded by coalition of elites led by President Calles Originally elites agreed/ in strength the government and political system must negotiate with them, and in doing so transform the political culture Media Part of the patron-client system under the PRI, with rewards and favors doled out in return for political /


Annotated Timeline of The American Literary Movement

:Patriotism and pride grows, creates unity about issues, and creates American character. Historical Context :Encouraged Revolutionary War support. Revolutionary Period/Age of Reason (1750-1800) Washington Irving He was the youngest of 11 children, born /. Historical Context :Mass African American Migration to Northern Urban Centers. African Americans are given more access to media and publishing. Harlem Renaissance (1920s) Ralph Waldo Ellison Born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Ellison achieved international /


 Utopian and scientific socialism  Marx’s “materialist conception of history”  Critique of capitalism  Revolutionary sequence  Democracy and freedom.

worth taking seriously  Alternative ideas (especially socialist ones) ignored or portrayed in classrooms, curriculum, and mass media as self-evidently silly, unworkable, absurd  “Informed” by educators, economists, and journalists, members of/ material production) Alienation Class/class struggle False consciousness Capitalism; surplus value; problems with capitalism Revolutionary class consciousness Revolutionary sequence “From each according to his ability; to each according to his need” Material /


Ideal Money and Asymptotically Ideal Money Revolutionary or Evolutionary Changes or Reforms of Systems of Money Our topic is focused on an ideal, specifically.

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Www.cmcaindia.org Social media & democracy: Boon or Bane? DIVYA JACOB.

a democratic movement  Social cohesion - crosses borders, synchronizes beliefs and co-ordinate actions  Wide spread and reach  Empowers revolutionary movements  Democratization of media.  Relationships and conversation.  Creativity and re-mix culture  Increase transparency in government and organizations www.cmcaindia.org Some examples  Social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, YouTube among others have been the backbone of the protests spanning across the Middle East/


MEDIA, SPORTS & ENTERTAINMEMNT FUND 1. 2 Welcome to Media, Sports & Entertainment Fund Movie & Entertainment  This fund is for investors, it is a revolutionary.

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Beginnings of mass media

such as the sensationalist New York World. Sometimes this is called “high brow vs. low brow.” Criticism “Low brow,” sensationalist media were highly criticized then, as they are today. But this material designed to attract high circulations was an invention of the Penny/established the New York Tribune in 1841. He is best known for his ideas that seemed revolutionary for the time. Greeley’s ideas Greeley’s ideals so revolutionary at the time included these: Women should be paid the same as men for equal work/


Kasim Ali s11760374.  £189 million pound building.  Revolutionary Mecanoo design.  Special Collections such as Shakespeare and Warwickshire Photographic.

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25/1/20101 Lecture 2: Evolutionary and Revolutionary Approaches D.Sc. Arto Karila Helsinki Institute for Information Technology (HIIT)

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Social Media and Social Change Reading arguments 10/15/2013.

/http://www.technologyreview.com/featuredstory/425137/streetbook/ Read http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2011/mar/07/facebook- twitter-revolutionaries-cyber-utopianshttp://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2011/mar/07/facebook- twitter-revolutionaries-cyber-utopians Find & read one other article from a strong publication on social media and the Arab Spring PART !: RESPONSE due online discussion forum (as post to course blog): Summarize Clay Shirky/


THE ARAB SPRING. WHAT IS THE ARAB SPRING REVOLUTIONARY WAVE (DEMONSTRATIONS, PROTESTS, RIOTS, CIVIL WARS) IN THE ARAB WORLD THAT BEGAN IN DEC. 2010. SPREAD.

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 The Arab Spring is a revolutionary wave of demonstrations and protests occurring in the Arab world that began on December 18, 2010  They have protested.

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Refresh Project Overview Created in 2010 with the money they would have used for the Super Bowl Revolutionary experiment in social media Invested itself.

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1 New Paradigms and Experimental Facilities DG Information Society and Media "The views expressed in this presentation are.

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Years leading to the Revolutionary War Think of a time you had an unfair rule imposed on you? How did you feel? How did you want to react and what did.

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The Revolutionary War. How do we view the Revolution? Nation triumph Inevitable We were right and they were wrong It was all about freedom.

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THE REVOLUTIONARY PERIOD 1750-1800 American Literature.

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Years leading to the Revolutionary War Objectives 1) Identify two reasons why American colonists wanted to move towards independence from English rule.

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Information Literacy Lesson Revolutionary War Heroes.

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Norton Media Library Give Me Liberty! AN AMERICAN HISTORY THIRD EDITION by Eric Foner.

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Concepts For a Revolutionary Field: Philosophy Behind Library and Information Science Andrew Beman-Cavallaro, MLS Associate Director of Libraries Pasco-Hernando.

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Karl Marx I: Historical Materialism

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The following presentation describes a revolutionary process for Outreach of the Gospel -- to over 3-BILLION forgotten and ignored peoples of the World.

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Years leading to the Revolutionary War Objectives 1) Identify two reasons why American colonists wanted to move towards independence from English rule.

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Russian History Chapter 28. Young Revolutionaries & Social Change.

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The Revolution Within Norton Media Library Chapter 6 Eric Foner

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2000 How many children in the UK have been investigated for social media abuse, offensive Twitter messages and online bullying since 2011. How many children.

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Give Me Liberty! Norton Media Library An American History

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Conflict in Africa. Although media coverage seems to suggest that war, political coups and terrorist bombings happen all over Africa, many parts of the.

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BA 4/21  What was the most extreme group of Marxist Revolutionaries that would take over Russia?  Who was the leader of this group?  What event occurred.

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New Applications For Broadband Users Mark R. Perkell Rural Telecommunications Congress October 2007 © 2007 Velocity Media Ventures LLC Rural Telecommunications.

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Revolutionary Parenting CBCGL Sunday School 2009 September Session 5: Rules of Engagement.

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