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Fighting for a Voice
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In a society saturated by mass media, as the Brazilian society is, social movements depend on mass media to spread their word, thus enhancing their ability to gather support of public opinion. This thesis is an analysis of how the largest Brazilian social movement, the Landless Rural Workers Movements (MST), manages to publicize its worldviews through the press, and how the mainstream media in Brazil frame the MST and its activities. This research was conducted using framing analysis. The frames sponsored by the MST, as well as the two other actors involved in the land reform issue in Brazil the government and the counter-movement Rural Democratic Union (UDR) were analyzed and then compared with the frames used by the two largest newspapers in Brazil in their coverage of land reform. The findings of this research parallel the findings of a previous study of the American media coverage of the U.S. anti-nuclear movement. The Brazilian media tended to provide favorable coverage of the movement in its earlier stages, and unfavorable coverage once the movement became stronger and more likely to exert real political power. Some other factors, however, may influence the coverage.

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Social Multimedia Signals
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This book provides a comprehensive coverage of the state-of-the-art in understanding media popularity and trends in online social networks through social multimedia signals. With insights from the study of popularity and sharing patterns of online media, trend spread in social media, social network analysis for multimedia and visualizing diffusion of media in online social networks. In particular, the book will address the following important issues: Understanding social network phenomena from a signal processing point of view, The existence and popularity of multimedia as shared and social media, how content or origin of sharing activity can affect its spread and popularity, The network-signal duality principle, i.e., how the signal tells us key properties of information diffusion in networks, The social signal penetration hypothesis, i.e., how the popularity of media in one domain can affect the popularity of media in another. The book will help researchers, developers and business (advertising/marketing) individuals to comprehend the potential in exploring social multimedia signals collected from social network data quantitatively from a signal processing perspective.

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Social Multimedia Signals
139,09 € *
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This book provides a comprehensive coverage of the state-of-the-art in understanding media popularity and trends in online social networks through social multimedia signals. With insights from the study of popularity and sharing patterns of online media, trend spread in social media, social network analysis for multimedia and visualizing diffusion of media in online social networks. In particular, the book will address the following important issues: Understanding social network phenomena from a signal processing point of view, The existence and popularity of multimedia as shared and social media, how content or origin of sharing activity can affect its spread and popularity, The network-signal duality principle, i.e., how the signal tells us key properties of information diffusion in networks, The social signal penetration hypothesis, i.e., how the popularity of media in one domain can affect the popularity of media in another. The book will help researchers, developers and business (advertising/marketing) individuals to comprehend the potential in exploring social multimedia signals collected from social network data quantitatively from a signal processing perspective.

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Media Framing of Social Security
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Has media reporting become too independent? When covering policy debates, to what extent do the national media promote their own messages and frames or those provided by policymakers and advocates, and why should we care? Media involvement in framing policy issues matters because many citizens rely on the media's interpretation of these issues to determine their own support or opposition for policy reforms, some of which could have a significant impact on their lives and economic well-being. Therefore, the public needs balanced and unbiased information from the media. To better understand the media's use of framing, national print media coverage of the Social Security privatization debate from 1993 to 2004 was analyzed to evaluate whether the media provided balanced coverage of the risks and benefits of privatizing Social Security. The extent to which the print media play an autonomous role in framing public policy debates and use their own messages or those derived by other policy elites is also examined.

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Media Framing of Social Security
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Has media reporting become too independent? When covering policy debates, to what extent do the national media promote their own messages and frames or those provided by policymakers and advocates, and why should we care? Media involvement in framing policy issues matters because many citizens rely on the media's interpretation of these issues to determine their own support or opposition for policy reforms, some of which could have a significant impact on their lives and economic well-being. Therefore, the public needs balanced and unbiased information from the media. To better understand the media's use of framing, national print media coverage of the Social Security privatization debate from 1993 to 2004 was analyzed to evaluate whether the media provided balanced coverage of the risks and benefits of privatizing Social Security. The extent to which the print media play an autonomous role in framing public policy debates and use their own messages or those derived by other policy elites is also examined.

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Social Media in Employee Selection and Recruitment
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This timely resource offers fresh research on companies'use of social media platforms-from Twitter and Facebook to LinkedIn and othercareer sites-to find and hire personnel. Its balanced approach explains why andhow social media are commonly used in both employee recruitment and selection, exploringrelevant theoretical constructs and practical considerations about theirappropriateness and validity. Contributors clarify a confusing cyberscape withrecommendations and best practices, legal and ethical issues, pitfalls andproblems, and possibilities for standardization. And the book's insights onemerging and anticipated developments will keep the reader abreast of the fieldas it evolves. Included in the coverage:· Social media as a personnel selectionand hiring resource: Reservations and recommendations.· Game-thinking within social media torecruit and select job candidates.· Social media, big data, and employmentdecisions.· The use of social media by BRIC nationsduring the selection process.· Legal concerns when considering socialmedia data in selection.· Online exclusion: Biases that may arisewhen using social media in talent acquisition.· Is John Smith really John Smith?Misrepresentations and misattributions of candidates using social media andsocial networking sites.Social Media in Employee Selection and Recruitment is a bedrock reference forindustrial/organizational psychology and human resources academics currently orplanning to conduct research in this area, as well as for academic libraries. Practitionersconsidering consulting social media as part of human resource planning orselection system design will find it a straight-talking guide to stayingcompetitive.

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Social Media in Employee Selection and Recruitment
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This timely resource offers fresh research on companies'use of social media platforms-from Twitter and Facebook to LinkedIn and othercareer sites-to find and hire personnel. Its balanced approach explains why andhow social media are commonly used in both employee recruitment and selection, exploringrelevant theoretical constructs and practical considerations about theirappropriateness and validity. Contributors clarify a confusing cyberscape withrecommendations and best practices, legal and ethical issues, pitfalls andproblems, and possibilities for standardization. And the book's insights onemerging and anticipated developments will keep the reader abreast of the fieldas it evolves. Included in the coverage:· Social media as a personnel selectionand hiring resource: Reservations and recommendations.· Game-thinking within social media torecruit and select job candidates.· Social media, big data, and employmentdecisions.· The use of social media by BRIC nationsduring the selection process.· Legal concerns when considering socialmedia data in selection.· Online exclusion: Biases that may arisewhen using social media in talent acquisition.· Is John Smith really John Smith?Misrepresentations and misattributions of candidates using social media andsocial networking sites.Social Media in Employee Selection and Recruitment is a bedrock reference forindustrial/organizational psychology and human resources academics currently orplanning to conduct research in this area, as well as for academic libraries. Practitionersconsidering consulting social media as part of human resource planning orselection system design will find it a straight-talking guide to stayingcompetitive.

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Social Media in Employee Selection and Recruitment
72,11 € *
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This timely resource offers fresh research on companies'use of social media platforms-from Twitter and Facebook to LinkedIn and othercareer sites-to find and hire personnel. Its balanced approach explains why andhow social media are commonly used in both employee recruitment and selection, exploringrelevant theoretical constructs and practical considerations about theirappropriateness and validity. Contributors clarify a confusing cyberscape withrecommendations and best practices, legal and ethical issues, pitfalls andproblems, and possibilities for standardization. And the book's insights onemerging and anticipated developments will keep the reader abreast of the fieldas it evolves. Included in the coverage:· Social media as a personnel selectionand hiring resource: Reservations and recommendations.· Game-thinking within social media torecruit and select job candidates.· Social media, big data, and employmentdecisions.· The use of social media by BRIC nationsduring the selection process.· Legal concerns when considering socialmedia data in selection.· Online exclusion: Biases that may arisewhen using social media in talent acquisition.· Is John Smith really John Smith?Misrepresentations and misattributions of candidates using social media andsocial networking sites.Social Media in Employee Selection and Recruitment is a bedrock reference forindustrial/organizational psychology and human resources academics currently orplanning to conduct research in this area, as well as for academic libraries. Practitionersconsidering consulting social media as part of human resource planning orselection system design will find it a straight-talking guide to stayingcompetitive.

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Social Media in Employee Selection and Recruitment
70,51 € *
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This timely resource offers fresh research on companies'use of social media platforms-from Twitter and Facebook to LinkedIn and othercareer sites-to find and hire personnel. Its balanced approach explains why andhow social media are commonly used in both employee recruitment and selection, exploringrelevant theoretical constructs and practical considerations about theirappropriateness and validity. Contributors clarify a confusing cyberscape withrecommendations and best practices, legal and ethical issues, pitfalls andproblems, and possibilities for standardization. And the book's insights onemerging and anticipated developments will keep the reader abreast of the fieldas it evolves. Included in the coverage:· Social media as a personnel selectionand hiring resource: Reservations and recommendations.· Game-thinking within social media torecruit and select job candidates.· Social media, big data, and employmentdecisions.· The use of social media by BRIC nationsduring the selection process.· Legal concerns when considering socialmedia data in selection.· Online exclusion: Biases that may arisewhen using social media in talent acquisition.· Is John Smith really John Smith?Misrepresentations and misattributions of candidates using social media andsocial networking sites.Social Media in Employee Selection and Recruitment is a bedrock reference forindustrial/organizational psychology and human resources academics currently orplanning to conduct research in this area, as well as for academic libraries. Practitionersconsidering consulting social media as part of human resource planning orselection system design will find it a straight-talking guide to stayingcompetitive.

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Stand: 18.01.2020
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