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Ahmadian, Sajad, Mohsen Afsharchi, and Majid Meghdadi. "An effective social recommendation method based on user reputation model and rating profile enhancement." Journal of Information Science 45, no.5 (October23, 2018): 607–42. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0165551518808191.

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Trust-aware recommender systems are advanced approaches which have been developed based on social information to provide relevant suggestions to users. These systems can alleviate cold start and data sparsity problems in recommendation methods through trust relations. However, the lack of sufficient trust information can reduce the efficiency of these methods. Moreover, diversity and novelty are important measures for providing more attractive suggestions to users. In this article, a reputation-based approach is proposed to improve trust-aware recommender systems by enhancing rating profiles of the users who have insufficient ratings and trust information. In particular, we use a user reliability measure to determine the effectiveness of the rating profiles and trust networks of users in predicting unseen items. Then, a novel user reputation model is introduced based on the combination of the rating profiles and trust networks. The main idea of the proposed method is to enhance the rating profiles of the users who have low user reliability measure by adding a number of virtual ratings. To this end, the proposed user reputation model is used to predict the virtual ratings. In addition, the diversity, novelty and reliability measures of items are considered in the proposed rating profile enhancement mechanism. Therefore, the proposed method can improve the recommender systems about the cold start and data sparsity problems and also the diversity, novelty and reliability measures. Experimental results based on three real-world datasets show that the proposed method achieves higher performance than other recommendation methods.

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Medina Aguerreber, Pablo, Toni González Pacanowski, and Eva Medina. "Promoting Pharmaceutical Companies’ Reputation through Facebook: the case of Spain." Harvard Deusto Business Research 9, no.2 (December1, 2020): 243–54. http://dx.doi.org/10.48132/hdbr.306.

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This paper aims to analyse how the 100 most reputed pharmaceutical companies in Spain use Facebook for improving their corporate reputation. To do that, on the one hand, we carried out a literature review about corporate communication, health organizations and social media; and on the other hand, we analysed their Facebook corporate profiles by using ten indicators related to corporate communication. This paper concludes that pharmaceutical companies in Spain does not consider Facebook any more like a strategic tool for their corporate communication strategies because only 18 companies manage actively a Facebook corporate profile from their headquarters in Spain.

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Brandt, Loren, and ArthurJ.Hosios. "Credit, Incentives, and Reputation: A Hedonic Analysis of Contractual Wage Profiles." Journal of Political Economy 104, no.6 (December 1996): 1172–226. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/262057.

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Javed, Ibrahim Tariq, Khalifa Toumi, Fares Alharbi, Tiziana Margaria, and Noel Crespi. "Detecting Nuisance Calls over Internet Telephony Using Caller Reputation." Electronics 10, no.3 (February2, 2021): 353. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/electronics10030353.

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Internet telephony permit callers to manage self-asserted profiles without any subscription contract nor identification proof. These cost-free services have attracted many telemarketers and spammers who generate unsolicited nuisance calls. Upon detection, they simply rejoin the network with a new identity to continue their malicious activities. Nuisance calls are highly disruptive when compared to email and social spam. They not only include annoying telemarketing calls but also contain scam and voice phishing which involves security risk for subscribers. Therefore, it remains a major challenge for Internet telephony providers to detect and avoid nuisance calls efficiently. In this paper, we present a new approach that uses caller reputation to detect different kinds of nuisance calls generated in the network. The reputation is computed in a hybrid manner by extracting information from call data records and using recommendations from reliable communicating participants. The behavior of the caller is assessed by extracting call features such as call-rate, call duration, and call density. Long term and short term reputations are computed to quickly detect the changing behavior of callers. Furthermore, our approach involves an efficient mechanism to combat whitewashing attacks performed by malicious callers to continue generating nuisance calls in the network. We conduct simulations to compute the performance of our proposed model. The experiments conclude that the proposed reputation model is an effective method to detect different types of nuisance calls while avoiding false detection of legitimate calls.

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He, Yuanyuan. "Error Analysis of Petroleum Enterprise Profile Translation." Learning & Education 10, no.2 (September16, 2021): 38. http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/l-e.v10i2.2258.

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Different translation errors exist in petroleum enterprise profiles; these problems not only led to the failure of enterprise publicity, but also had a bad influence on their reputation. Therefore, the quality of English translation of enterprise profiles is badly in need of improvement. This paper intends to analyze some common errors existing in petroleum enterprise profiles to improve the quality of translation and the image of the enterprise.

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Meleshko, Yelyzaveta, Vitaliy Khokh, and Oleksandr Ulichev. "THE RESEARCH TO THE ROBUSTNESS OF RECOMMENDATION SYSTEMS WITH COLLABORATIVE FILTERING TO INFORMATION ATTACKS." Cybersecurity: Education, Science, Technique, no.5 (2019): 95–104. http://dx.doi.org/10.28925/2663-4023.2019.5.95104.

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In this article research to the robustness of recommendation systems with collaborative filtering to information attacks, which are aimed at raising or lowering the ratings of target objects in a system. The vulnerabilities of collaborative filtering methods to information attacks, as well as the main types of attacks on recommendation systems - profile-injection attacks are explored. Ways to evaluate the robustness of recommendation systems to profile-injection attacks using metrics such as rating deviation from mean agreement and hit ratio are researched. The general method of testing the robustness of recommendation systems is described. The classification of collaborative filtration methods and comparisons of their robustness to information attacks are presented. Collaborative filtering model-based methods have been found to be more robust than memorybased methods, and item-based methods more resistant to attack than user-based methods. Methods of identifying information attacks on recommendation systems based on the classification of user-profiles are explored. Metrics for identify both individual bot profiles in a system and a group of bots are researched. Ways to evaluate the quality of user profile classifiers, including calculating metrics such as precision, recall, negative predictive value, and specificity are described. The method of increasing the robustness of recommendation systems by entering the user reputation parameter as well as methods for obtaining the numerical value of the user reputation parameter is considered. The results of these researches will in the future be directed to the development of a program model of a recommendation system for testing the robustness of various algorithms for collaborative filtering to known information attacks.

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Long, Stephen. "JAPANESE COMPOSERS OF THE POST-TAKEMITSU GENERATION." Tempo 58, no.228 (April 2004): 14–22. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/s0040298204000105.

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The towering international reputation of Toru Takemitsu has dominated the West's perceptions of contemporary Japanese music, a situation resulting in the relative neglect of other worthy composers. This phenomenon has parallels in other countries, such as France, where Boulez's and Messiaen's overshadowing reputations were factors in the delayed international recognition of Barraqué and Ohana. Accordingly, various important composers who have established significant profiles within Japan during the last 40 years have struggled to achieve attention beyond Asian borders. Some have established cult reputations within contemporary music circles, but more widespread recognition through recordings has been compromised by limited Western distribution of the two Japanese labels that have promoted the post-Takemitsu generations: Camerata and Fontec. Fortunately, the websites for these labels have provided an opportunity for curious Westerners to directly purchase much important music that is ripe for discovery in Western concert halls. Another positive development is the recent release of European recordings of important new Japanese works.

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García-Jurado, Alejandro, José Javier Pérez-Barea, and Francisco Fernández-Navarro. "Towards Digital Sustainability: Profiles of Millennial Reviewers, Reputation Scores and Intrinsic Motivation Matter." Sustainability 13, no.6 (March17, 2021): 3297. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/su13063297.

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Profiles of millennial reviewers and gamification can contribute to digital sustainability as a driver of innovation and growth. The study aims to detect if there are profiles of reviewers that can be grouped together, in order to apply a specific gamification to them and to make it sustainable over time. In this way, more information will be generated through the reviews that will help responsible consumers to choose better in their purchase decisions. The objective of this study is twofold. First, it aims to characterize online product reviewers based on their intrinsic motivations and self-perception when they comment, identifying their main motivations. Second, it aims to classify these individuals based on the acceptance of gamification elements while commenting on and relating them to the intrinsic attributes that determine their behaviors. A survey method design was used to capture responses from 187 millennial reviewers of Amazon in Spain. The relationships between motivations and the types of reviewer were extracted from the accommodation of the dataset using decision trees (DTs), specifically, the J48 algorithm. To contribute to the second objective, this paper elaborates a typology of reviewer analysis based on cluster analysis and DTs. It is confirmed that online product reviewers can be characterized based on their intrinsic motivations, which are mainly egoistic motives, competence and social relatedness. The obtained results show that the J48 DT provides excellent classification accuracy of approximately 95% in identifying reviewers based on intrinsic motivations. Similarly, egoistic intrinsic motives are decisive in focusing gamification strategies.

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Walther, Axel, Hannah Möltner, and Michèle Morner. "Non-executive director’s motivation to continue serving on boards: a self-determination theory perspective." Corporate Governance: The International Journal of Business in Society 17, no.1 (February6, 2017): 64–76. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/cg-05-2016-0120.

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Purpose This paper aims to identify distinct motivation profiles among non-executive directors and explores the reasons why non-executive directors continue to serve on boards of directors. Design/methodology/approach The analysis is based on a multiple case study in the context of German supervisory boards. The authors develop their primary insights from semi-structured interviews with 53 non-executive directors. Findings The findings indicate that non-executive director motivation revolves around material incentives, reputation, meaningfulness, congruence with firm goals and enjoyment. Three distinct motivation profiles emerge from the analysis, with each profile exhibiting a set of unique reasons to continue serving on boards. Research limitations/implications Future research needs to test for the statistical representativeness of the findings and their performance implications, preferably in a shareholder-oriented governance context. Originality/value The study introduces a psychological angle to the debate about non-executive director motivation. The contributions include going beyond a bi-polar distinction between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation and draw attention to how motivation profiles relate to non-executive director’s intention to continue serving on boards.

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Kareem, Rafeef, and Wesam Bhaya. "Fake Profiles Types of Online Social Networks: A Survey." International Journal of Engineering & Technology 7, no.4.19 (November27, 2018): 919. http://dx.doi.org/10.14419/ijet.v7i4.19.28071.

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Today, OSNs (Online Social Networks) considered the most platforms common on the Internet. It plays a substantial role for users of the internet to hold out their everyday actions such as news reading, content sharing, product reviews, messages posting, and events discussing etc. Unfortunately, on the OSNs some new attacks have been recognized. Different types of spammers are existing in these OSNs. These cyber-criminals containing online fraudsters, sexual predators, catfishes, social bots, and advertising campaigners etc.OSNs abuse in different ways especially by creating fake profiles to carry out scams and spread their content. The identities of all these malicious are so damaging to the service providers and the users. From the opinion of OSNs service providers, the loss of bandwidth moreover the overall reputation of the network is affected by fake profiles. Thus, needing more complex automated methods, and tremendous effort manpower to discover and stopping these harmful users.This paper explains different kinds of OSNs risk generators such as cloned profiles, compromised profiles, and online bots (spam-bots, chat-bots, and social-bots). In addition, it presents several classifications of features that have been used for training classifiers in order to discover fake profiles. We try to show different ways that used to detect every kind of these malicious profiles. Also, this paper trying to show what is the dangerous type of profile attacks and the most popular in OSNs.

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Prada, Antonio, and CarlosA.Iglesias. "Predicting Reputation in the Sharing Economy with Twitter Social Data." Applied Sciences 10, no.8 (April21, 2020): 2881. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/app10082881.

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In recent years, the sharing economy has become popular, with outstanding examples such as Airbnb, Uber, or BlaBlaCar, to name a few. In the sharing economy, users provide goods and services in a peer-to-peer scheme and expose themselves to material and personal risks. Thus, an essential component of its success is its capability to build trust among strangers. This goal is achieved usually by creating reputation systems where users rate each other after each transaction. Nevertheless, these systems present challenges such as the lack of information about new users or the reliability of peer ratings. However, users leave their digital footprints on many social networks. These social footprints are used for inferring personal information (e.g., personality and consumer habits) and social behaviors (e.g., flu propagation). This article proposes to advance the state of the art on reputation systems by researching how digital footprints coming from social networks can be used to predict future behaviors on sharing economy platforms. In particular, we have focused on predicting the reputation of users in the second-hand market Wallapop based solely on their users’ Twitter profiles. The main contributions of this research are twofold: (a) a reputation prediction model based on social data; and (b) an anonymized dataset of paired users in the sharing economy site Wallapop and Twitter, which has been collected using the user self-mentioning strategy.

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Mahmood, Asif, and Jamshed Bashir. "How does corporate social responsibility transform brand reputation into brand equity? Economic and noneconomic perspectives of CSR." International Journal of Engineering Business Management 12 (January1, 2020): 184797902092754. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1847979020927547.

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The concept of corporate social responsibility (CSR) has been embedded across psychological and physical frontiers of organizations building up on philanthropy, ethics, regulation, and economy. However, there is a lack of empirical evidence that how CSR gears up various aspects of an organization. The major objective of the present study is to explain the multidimensional catalytic role of CSR in transforming brand equity from brand reputation in the fast-food industry. The study has been designed to get responses through a structured questionnaire to analyze the data through descriptive and inferential statistical techniques. Sample size of 420 consumers and employees of international fast-food chains, located in Pakistan, with diverse demographical profiles have been involved for the survey. Three models were developed to understand the aforementioned phenomenon; the first model examines the impact of brand reputation on brand equity, and the second model reassesses the same relationship with moderating role of CSR, while the third model evaluates the associations with each dimension of CSR. The results indicate that brand reputation is a significant predictor of brand equity, and its predictive power boosts up in the presence of CSR activities. It was also ascertained that CSR initiatives related to ethics, economy, and philanthropy expedite the process of conversion from brand reputation to brand equity. The legal aspect of CSR in developing economies could not prove to be fruitful in this particular context. The research would provide great insight to the managers of fast-food retail chains to evaluate investments for CSR activities in raising equity of their organizations.

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Aresta, Mónica, Luís Pedro, Carlos Santos, and António Moreira. "Online Identity Analysis Model." International Journal of Knowledge Society Research 4, no.3 (July 2013): 89–102. http://dx.doi.org/10.4018/ijksr.2013070108.

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Social media is changing the way individuals collaborate, learn and express themselves, allowing for the construction of an identity and a reputation that encompasses over many other digital spaces. In a context where the online identity of individuals may reveal the sum of their experiences and skills, reflecting the path of their personal, academic and professional lives, this paper introduces a conceptual framework and a model developed to analyse the construction of the self in online environments. The model was used in a research study developed at University of Aveiro, Portugal, aiming to analyse how identity is built and managed in formal and informal digital environments and reveals the existence of two main online identity profiles – context driven and user-driven identity profiles.

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Hsu, Yuan-Teng, Ya-Ling Chiu, Jying-Nan Wang, and Hung-Chun Liu. "Impacts of physician promotion on the online healthcare community: Using a difference-in-difference approach." DIGITAL HEALTH 8 (January 2022): 205520762211063. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/20552076221106319.

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In this study, we use a difference-in-difference approach to explore how physician promotion, the advancement of a physician's offline reputation, affects patient behavior toward physicians in online healthcare communities; this allows us to explore how patients interpret the signals created by physician promotion. The study sample was collected from over 140,000 physician online profiles after 25 months of continuous observation, with 280 physicians who were promoted at month 13 as the treatment group and a control group obtained by propensity score matching. Our results show that a physician's promotion causes more patients to choose that physician, makes patients willing to give more psychological rewards, and makes them tend to give that physician a higher online rating. This implies that patient behavior is susceptible to the signal of physician promotion because the quality of the physician is unlikely to have changed significantly in the short term. These findings extend prior research on reputation in online communities and have crucial implications for theory and practice.

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Carrasco-Santos, María Jesús, Antonio Manuel Ciruela-Lorenzo, Juan Gabriel Méndez Pavón, and Carmen Cristófol Rodríguez. "An Online Reputation Analysis of the Tourism Industry in Marbella: A Preliminary Study on Open Innovation." Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market, and Complexity 7, no.2 (April12, 2021): 111. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/joitmc7020111.

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This research analyzed the online reputation of Marbella as a tourist destination and the profiles of the reviewers according to sociodemographic characteristics. A correlational, quantitative research technique was used in this study based on the manual extraction of more than 4000 reviews generated on TripAdvisor. The data used in this study were collected from the TripAdvisor website, taking, as a sample, tourists who had visited the city in the last three years. Ratings that did not provide full data on the variables were excluded. The findings show that Marbella is considered a luxury shopping destination. The preliminary conclusions allow us to generalize about the sociodemographic profile of its tourists. The findings of the study will provide valuable information for Marbella’s Destination Management Organization (DMO). On the one hand, this study highlights the importance of ranking the attractions of the city to create better communication strategies and enhance the appeal of those attractions that receive the best ratings, establishing the true vocation of Marbella as a tourist destination. On the other hand, it provides information on what tourists perceive to be negative elements, allowing the administration to create an improvement plan. The novelty of this research paper is that it delves into Marbella’s online reputation through an analysis of specific attractions’ ratings. Areas that require further attention in future research have been highlighted, along with specific advice on each attraction that contributes to the tourist offerings of the city.

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Liu, Duen-Ren, Chuen-He Liou, Chi-Chieh Peng, and Huai-Chun Chi. "Hybrid content filtering and reputation-based popularity for recommending blog articles." Online Information Review 38, no.6 (September9, 2014): 788–805. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/oir-12-2013-0273.

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Purpose – Social bookmarking is a system which allows users to share, organise, search and manage bookmarks of web resources. However, with the rapid growth in the production of online documents, people are facing the problem of information overload. Social bookmarking web sites offer a solution to this by providing push counts, which are counts of users’ recommendations of articles, and thus indicate the popularity and interest thereof. In this way, users can use the push counts to find popular and interesting articles. A measure of popularity-based solely on push counts, however, cannot be considered a true reflection of popularity. The paper aims to discuss these issues. Design/methodology/approach – In this paper, the authors propose to derive the degree of popularity of an article by considering the reputation of the users who push the article. Moreover, the authors propose a novel personalised blog article recommendation approach which combines reputation-based group popularity with content-based filtering (CBF), for the recommendation of popular blog articles which satisfy users’ personal preferences. Findings – The experimental results show that the proposed approach outperforms conventional CBF, item-based and user-based collaborative filtering approaches. The proposed approach considering reputation-based group popularity scores on neighbouring articles indeed can improve the recommendation quality of traditional CBF method. Originality/value – The recommendation approach modifies CBF method by considering the target user's group preferences, to overcome the limitation of CBF which arises from the recommending only items similar to those the user has previously liked. Users with similar article preferences (profiles) may form a group of users with similar interests. A group's preferences may also reflect an individual's preferences. The reputation-based group preferences of the target user's group can be used to complement the target user's preferences.

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Korkmazer, Burcu, Sander De Ridder, and Sofie Van Bauwel. "The visual digital self: A discourse theoretical analysis of young people’s negotiations on gender, reputation and sexual morality online." DiGeSt - Journal of Diversity and Gender Studies 8, no.1 (May17, 2021): 22–40. http://dx.doi.org/10.21825/digest.v8i1.17608.

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Young people’s self-presentations on Instagram often display considerate discourses on gender, reputation and (sexual) morality. Previous studies have explored how these discourses are embedded in cultural narratives, while overseeing the significance of visibility and visual storytelling cultures online. Using a Foucauldian Feminist approach, we explore how young people’s discourses reflect the visual performance of aesthetic and neoliberal subjectivities online. Through six groups of young people between thirteen and twenty years old, we investigate how the visibility afforded by Instagram affects the negotiations of young people on gender, reputation and sexual morality. We gave them the agency to create, narrate and reflect upon fictious social media profiles with ‘good’, ‘bad’ or ‘ideal’ self-presentations, using a discourse theoretical analysis to examine the visual artefacts, individual stories and group conversations. Our analysis shows that youth’s discourses on self-presentation are based on a dynamic relation between self-determination and self-monitoring. Ideal self-presentations are understood as self-determining performances of visual, aesthetic and neoliberal subjectivities, whereas bad self-presentations are often negotiated as self-monitoring performances regarding sexual morality.

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Borg, Jessica, and ChristinaM.Scott-Young. "Priming the Project Talent Pipeline: Examining Work Readiness in Undergraduate Project Management Degree Programs." Project Management Journal 51, no.2 (February27, 2020): 165–80. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/8756972820904220.

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Undergraduate education is emerging as a direct pathway into the previously deemed ‘accidental profession’ of project management. We introduce the concept of graduate work readiness and explore whether undergraduate project management degrees are imparting industry-required work-readiness attributes. Documentary analysis of 12 Australian bachelor’s degree programs identified that many (but not all) of the work-ready attributes taught are consistent with those sought by industry. The results revealed that graduates’ work-readiness profiles vary according to university employer reputation. The findings suggest the need for a more industry-consultative approach to the way universities prepare their graduates for the project-based workplace.

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Reed, Kathleen, Dana McFarland, and Rosie Croft. "Laying the Groundwork for a New Library Service: Scholar-Practitioner & Graduate Student Attitudes Toward Altmetrics and the Curation of Online Profiles." Evidence Based Library and Information Practice 11, no.2 (June20, 2016): 87. http://dx.doi.org/10.18438/b8j047.

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Objective – In order to inform a library service related to creating and maintaining online scholarly profiles, we sought to assess the knowledge base and needs of our academic communities. Participants were queried about use, issues, and attitudes toward scholarly profile and altmetric tools, as well as the role librarians could play in assisting with the curation of online reputation. Methods – Semi-structured interviews with 18 scholar-practitioners and 5 graduate students from two mid-sized universities. Results – While all participants had Googled themselves, few were strategic about their online scholarly identity. Participants affirmed the perception that altmetrics can be of value in helping to craft a story of the value of their research and its diverse outputs. When participants had prior knowledge of altmetrics tools, it tended to be very narrow and deep, and perhaps field-specific. Participants identified time as the major barrier to use of scholarly profile and altmetrics tools. Conclusions – Librarians are well-placed to assist scholar-practitioners who wish to curate an online profile or use altmetrics tools. Areas of assistance include: personalized support, establishment of goals, orientation to specific tools, orientation to altmetrics and scholarly promotion landscape, preparing users for potential difficulties, discussing copyright implications, Open Access education, and guidance with packaging content for different venues and audiences.

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Ottovordemgentschenfelde, Svenja. "‘Organizational, professional, personal’: An exploratory study of political journalists and their hybrid brand on Twitter." Journalism 18, no.1 (July9, 2016): 64–80. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1464884916657524.

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Political journalists rely heavily on their occupational status and reputation. This article addresses how political journalists negotiate their standing and enforce their legitimacy on Twitter amidst the online environment that directly challenges them. So far, practice-oriented studies have only looked at journalists in general. Studies have also tended to investigate the content published to journalists’ Twitter feeds, neglecting other aspects of the Twitter profile that can affect the perceived image of journalists. This exploratory study examines the Twitter profile pages of 20 political journalists who work for the top broadsheet newspapers in the United States. It uses the conceptual framework of personal branding to identify patterns and trends of how and where political journalists actively communicate their presence on the platform. This process is delineated by three complementary and co-existing brand identities – the organizational, the professional, and the personal – as well as a digital media skills-based dimension that political journalists use to position their journalistic brand on Twitter. Findings suggest that it could be most appropriate to think of political journalists’ Twitter profiles as digital business cards or digital portfolios, deliberately crafted to differentiate the journalist and establish competitive superiority.

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Grljević, Olivera, and Zita Zita Bošnjak. "UTILIZATION OF INTERNET SOCIAL MEDIA SITES: STUDENTS’ PERSPECTIVE." CBU International Conference Proceedings 2 (June30, 2014): 266–75. http://dx.doi.org/10.12955/cbup.v2.484.

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Intensive internet and social media sites usage has posed certain changes in modern business, particularly regarding relationship with customers. More successful companies have already embraced these possibilities and changes, and improved their overall business strategies. Higher Education Institutions as services providers can also benefit from internet social media sites, particularly in the field of enrollment strategy and attraction of prospective students. Analysis of user generated contents on social media sites can provide the institution with the better insights on its reputation, students’ opinion, preferences, and attitudes regarding the services they provide. It could also provide better groundwork for improvement of its relationship with students. Since different user personalities engaging in social media conversations comprise variety of groups and different usage profiles, the goal of this article is to evaluate the usage of social media sites among students and to identify different user profiles among prospective students for the Faculty of Economics Subotica, Serbia.

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Kouakou, N’Goran David Vincent, Kouakou Amos Kouassi, Cho Euphrasie Monique Angbo-Kouakou, Diane Yéléhi Ahongo, Pohé Jean, and Amissa Augustin Adima. "Indication Géographique De L’huile De Palme De “Man’’ (District Des Montagnes-Côte d’Ivoire) : Une Analyse Comparative Des Propriétés PhysicoChimiques Et Profils En Acides Gras De Quelques Huiles De Palme Rouge Artisanales Ivoiriennes." European Scientific Journal, ESJ 13, no.18 (June30, 2017): 373. http://dx.doi.org/10.19044/esj.2017.v13n18p373.

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Artisanal crude palm oil (ACPO) of “Man’’ (District des Montagnes, Ivory Coast) enjoys a national and international reputation for quality among consumers. In order to record this local product as a geographical indication product, a study aimed to compare the physicochemical parameters and fatty acid profiles of some ACPO samples from the “Dura” variety collected in the districts of Lagunes, Sassandra-Marahoué, Bas-Sassandra and Montagnes, was conducted. It shows that the samples collected in the District des Montagnes have a low density (0.949±0.018 g/ml), a high iodine value (63.9±0.5 g of iodine/100 g of fat) and a low peroxide value (1.2±0.2 meqO 2 / kg of fat), a slightly high pH (3.1±0.3) than those in other districts. Furthermore, these samples exhibit the lowest levels of saturated fatty acid (34.8%). The principal component analysis performed on all parameters studied, shows that the samples are of ACPO from "Man" have a more uniform profile, a symbol of a common ancestral know-how and that its deserves a Geographical Indication

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Busto-Salinas, Lorena. "Will better performing health-care services have higher profiles and be more active on social media? A comparative study between hospitals from Colombia and Spain." Communication & Society 34, no.1 (January12, 2021): 93–108. http://dx.doi.org/10.15581/003.34.1.93-108.

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Hospitals make increasingly more use of social media. The basic hypothesis of this study is that the more developed the health care services of a country are, the higher the communicative activity of its hospitals will be on social media. Moreover, the highest presence and activity on social media will be associated with the most prestigious hospitals in countries with fewer economic resources. The presence of the most prestigious hospitals in both Colombia and Spain on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram are analyzed in this paper to either refute or to accept these hypotheses. Both countries have similar populations, but their economic and health care services differ greatly. The degree of activity on these platforms, the participation of Internet users, and the reputation of the hospitals are also studied. In total, 165 profiles are analyzed. The results are processed in a statistical software program and various tests establish whether there are significant relations. It was observed that the level of health-care services of the country was not correlated with the presence and activity of the hospitals on social media, nor with the interaction of Internet users. In addition, a correlation between social-media presence and reputation was detected in the country with the most developed health-care services (Spain). In conclusion, the fact that a country has more health-care resources neither implies that its hospitals have either a greater presence or are more active on social media, nor that the public interact more with those hospitals.

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Xiong, Yuhan. "Analysis on the Marketing Strategy of Chanel." BCP Business & Management 21 (July20, 2022): 324–29. http://dx.doi.org/10.54691/bcpbm.v21i.1257.

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Chanel’s French legacy enables it to strengthen its reputation and remove past problems. It should pursue middle-class adult women for their high luxury consumption ambitions, and return to its pre-pandemic marketing expenditure levels to beat the high profiles, diversity, firmness, and discrete distribution approaches of key rivals Dior, LVMH, Gucci, and Burberry. The traditional store should keep giving the best client experiences, although Chanel’s online store ought to be developed to properly market its sub-brands. Celebrities Han So Hee and Zendaya Coleman must be the brand’s ambassadors given their rich talents and strong online presence. Dedicated pop-up shops and hosting holiday stays for public consumers should be Chanel’s best experiential activation tactics going forward.

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Wang, Cuilian, Yuanyuan Gu, Linhai Zhao, Youran Zhang, Rui Zhou, Megan Gu, and Lidan Wang. "Stated preferences for family doctor contract services: a survey of the rural elderly in Anhui Province, China." BMJ Open 12, no.3 (March 2022): e053277. http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2021-053277.

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ObjectiveA number of factors contribute to the utilisation of family doctor contract services (FDCS) in China. This study aims to measure the preferences of the elderly for the FDCS and identify the key factors (and their relative importance) that may guide policymakers in more accurately providing the FDCS.Participants and methodsA discrete choice experiment was performed to elicit the preferences for FDCS among the rural elderly in China. Attributes and levels were established based on qualitative methods. Four attributes were included: service type, service package, physician’s reputation and annual contract costs. A D-efficient design was used to create a set of profiles that represented FDCS. The survey was conducted face to face using a sample of participants aged 60 and above in rural areas of Anhui Province. The data were analysed using a latent class logit (LCL) model.ResultsA total of 545 valid questionnaires were included in the analysis. The average age of the participants was 69.44 (SD 5.80). Two latent classes were identified with the LCL model. All four attributes proved statistically significant at the level of both the population mean and the two classes. The rural elderly showed a preference for FDCS with a relatively good reputation, lower annual contract costs, the basic service with the add-on of chronic disease service and home visit. Age, gender, education, self-reported health status and the number of chronic diseases were found to be associated with latent class membership.ConclusionIn this study, the physician’s reputation had the largest impact on the rural elderly’s choice of FDCS. Policy recommendations included the need to strengthen family doctor team training, devote greater attention to improving the family doctor’s medical skills and service approaches, and increased FDCS efficiency for the care of the rural elderly.

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Żemigała, Marcin. "Corporate Social Responsibility and Science Social Responsibility – In Search of Analogy." Studia i Materiały Wydziału Zarządzania UW 1/2020, no.32 (July1, 2020): 108–20. http://dx.doi.org/10.7172/1733-9758.2020.32.9.

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The aim of the article is to identify the analogy between corporate social responsibility (CSR) and science social responsibility (SSR) on the basis of scientific research. Five research questions were formulated regarding trends in research in these two areas. Data for analyzes were obtained from the global bibliographic database Scopus and related to scientific articles from 1937 to 2019. The main analogies were identified. Scientific research in both areas began in the same period and is carried out mainly in social and management sciences. However, discrepancies have also been identified. Research on CSR has developed far more than SSR, which is still at an early stage of development. Research on CSR is conducted in leading countries in the scientific and academic arena, and SSR rather in countries entering it. CSR has knowledge sharing platforms in the form of reputable, profiled journals, while SSR research is published in journals of lower reputation and with general rather than strictly SSR profiles. Research in the field of CSR is detailed and more often cited, while those related to SSR are general and less frequently cited. After all, research from both areas seems to be promising and worth further development.

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Alessio, Enzo, and Luigi Messori. "NAMI-A and KP1019/1339, Two Iconic Ruthenium Anticancer Drug Candidates Face-to-Face: A Case Story in Medicinal Inorganic Chemistry." Molecules 24, no.10 (May24, 2019): 1995. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/molecules24101995.

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NAMI-A ((ImH)[trans-RuCl4(dmso-S)(Im)], Im = imidazole) and KP1019/1339 (KP1019 = (IndH)[trans-RuCl4(Ind)2], Ind = indazole; KP1339 = Na[trans-RuCl4(Ind)2]) are two structurally related ruthenium(III) coordination compounds that have attracted a lot of attention in the medicinal inorganic chemistry scientific community as promising anticancer drug candidates. This has led to a considerable amount of studies on their respective chemico-biological features and to the eventual admission of both to clinical trials. The encouraging pharmacological performances qualified KP1019 mainly as a cytotoxic agent for the treatment of platinum-resistant colorectal cancers, whereas the non-cytotoxic NAMI-A has gained the reputation of being a very effective antimetastatic drug. A critical and strictly comparative analysis of the studies conducted so far on NAMI-A and KP1019 allows us to define the state of the art of these experimental ruthenium drugs in terms of the respective pharmacological profiles and potential clinical applications, and to gain some insight into the inherent molecular mechanisms. Despite their evident structural relatedness, deeply distinct biological and pharmacological profiles do emerge. Overall, these two iconic ruthenium complexes form an exemplary and unique case in the field of medicinal inorganic chemistry.

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Shansky, Carol Rena. "‘She’s an expert on the harmonica’: Women, stage shows and harmonica playing." Journal of Popular Music Education 6, no.2 (July1, 2022): 217–33. http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/jpme_00086_1.

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Female solo harmonica players began to be more commonly heard on stages and radio in the United States in the 1920s–30s. While still a male-dominated arena, several women soloists, male–female duos or women’s groups were featured performers in vaudeville, but also the ‘variety’ or ‘stage shows’ entertainment that emerged as vaudeville declined. Stage shows as well as acts that appeared as a prelude to movies at movie houses took on the air of a more ‘middle-class-friendly’ source of entertainment where women began to find a foothold and developed a reputation as solid performers. This article profiles three of these: The Ingenues, ‘Babe’ Didrickson and Mildred Mulcay. This article begins to fill in the gap of our understanding of the activities and impact of female performers of popular music in the decades before the Second World War.

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Balestra, Martina, Ofer Arazy, Coye Cheshire, and Oded Nov. "Motivational Determinants of Participation Trajectories in Wikipedia." Proceedings of the International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media 10, no.1 (August4, 2021): 535–38. http://dx.doi.org/10.1609/icwsm.v10i1.14790.

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Many digitally mediated peer-production systems allow participants to define their own activities. The challenge in such systems, however, lies in retaining members beyond the first few interactions. To address this problem we must understand who these users are and why they begin to contribute. Importantly, there is scant empirical evidence on how motivations are associated with different trajectories of participation for new participants. Our study addresses this gap by combining a survey of new Wikipedia editors’ motivations with an exploratory analysis of the editors’ activity logs. Using clustering techniques to identify prototypical activity profiles from log data, we observe what motivations are associated with which prototypical activities. We find that new editors’ motivations are predictive of their future activity. In particular our results indicate that reputation, social, enjoyment, and obligation motives differ among editor activity clusters.

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Souza Gonzaga, Lira, DimitraL.Capone, SusanE.P.Bastian, Lukas Danner, and DavidW.Jeffery. "Using Content Analysis to Characterise the Sensory Typicity and Quality Judgements of Australian Cabernet Sauvignon Wines." Foods 8, no.12 (December17, 2019): 691. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/foods8120691.

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Understanding the sensory attributes that explain the typicity of Australian Cabernet Sauvignon wines is essential for increasing value and growth of Australia’s reputation as a fine wine producer. Content analysis of 2598 web-based wine reviews from well-known wine writers, including tasting notes and scores, was used to gather information about the regional profiles of Australian Cabernet Sauvignon wines and to create selection criteria for further wine studies. In addition, a wine expert panel evaluated 84 commercial Cabernet Sauvignon wines from Coonawarra, Margaret River, Yarra Valley and Bordeaux, using freely chosen descriptions and overall quality scores. Using content analysis software, a sensory lexicon of descriptor categories was built and frequencies of each category for each region were computed. Distinction between the sensory profiles of the regions was achieved by correspondence analysis (CA) using online review and expert panellist data. Wine quality scores obtained from reviews and experts were converted into Australian wine show medal categories. CA of assigned medal and descriptor frequencies revealed the sensory attributes that appeared to drive medal-winning wines. Multiple factor analysis of frequencies from the reviews and expert panellists indicated agreement about descriptors that were associated with wines of low and high quality, with greater alignment at the lower end of the wine quality assessment scale.

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Dressler, Marc. "Strategic winery reputation management – exploring German wine guides." International Journal of Wine Business Research 28, no.1 (March14, 2016): 4–21. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/ijwbr-10-2014-0046.

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Purpose – Positioning via quality is key for German wineries. The aim of the study was to explore reputational variables (collective and firm reputation) the study as well as limits of reputational effects. Design/methodology/approach – A multi-dimensional approach, taking a supplier perspective, accessing multiple sources and evaluating Germany serves to explore exogenous factors on reputation. Descriptive and regression analyses examine individual and collective reputational effects for jury grades as proxy for quality and price as the dependent variables. Findings – For collective reputation, region and cooperative memberships strongly matter, whereby region can be a competitive disadvantage and membership shows superior impact. Being a private but managed winery and belonging to a closed quality circle maximizes quality reputation. Strategic grouping has a distinctive effect, not size. Germany specificities and illustration to the obstacles of free-ridership are delivered. Practical implications – Strategic management (including location) help to create a reputational profile. Growth should not be motivated by reputation. Different strategies for the wine guides to build reputation can be pursued, but conquering the top league is a challenge, especially in case of negative collective reputation. Originality/value – For academia, the value of the study consists mainly in the discovery of the dominance of membership in a quality circle and its impact on collective reputation, and the creative multi-dimensional and multi-source approach. Also, cross-guide analysis is new. Practitioners can tailor a specific strategy vis-Ã -vis guides on the basis of the created transparency.

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Kuboń, Maciej, and Elżbieta Olech. "Marketing of organic products in southern Poland." BIO Web of Conferences 10 (2018): 01014. http://dx.doi.org/10.1051/bioconf/20181001014.

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The article presents an outline of the issue concerning formulation of a marketing strategy and the possibility of using the knowledge on consumers' preferences for organic development of farms and their products on the example of southern Poland. The paper analyses the distribution process of organic food in the aspect of developing innovative marketing strategies. The studies were performed in 50 organic farms and on the example of 100 respondents from the region of southern Poland. In the opinion of the surveyed representatives of the organic food producers, a competitive advantage of their offer depends the most on the health values, brand, reputation, and taste. Moreover, information on products and the form and place of their sale are significant. The analysis shows that the knowledge is the most eagerly obtained from the Internet. Thus, producers should publish their profiles and pages on social media and business portals.

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Lipa, Bardh. "Analysis of the Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) through the lens of four distinct profiles: radical, niche, anti-establishment, and party reputation, 2013–2017." Przegląd Politologiczny, no.2 (June15, 2022): 91–105. http://dx.doi.org/10.14746/pp.2022.27.2.7.

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After the 2017 election, the radical right Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) became the Bundestag’s third-largest party. While the rise of the AfD drew scholarly interest, most publications analyzing its evolution were published during a period when the party was undergoing transition, the euro-crisis had decreased in prominence, and the party was going through an inner conflict between liberals and radicals. This article seeks to provide a systematic examination of how these developments have impacted the party from 2013 to 2017 and endeavors to answer the question of whether the AfD has become more mainstream by utilizing the framework devised by Akkerman et al. (2016) to assess party transformation along four key dimensions: 1) shifts in radical positions on key issues; 2) shifts from a niche to a socioeconomic-focused party; 3) shifts in the anti-establishment profile; and 4) shifts in party reputation. Through an analysis of internally and externally oriented material such as electoral manifestos, party documentation, published interviews with AfD leaders, and press releases, the article shows that the AfD has not shifted toward the mainstream. Instead, the party became more radical on the first three dimensions while demonstrating signs of mainstreaming on the fourth dimension in order to avoid legal action.

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Bellou, Victoria. "Organizational culture as a predictor of job satisfaction: the role of gender and age." Career Development International 15, no.1 (February23, 2010): 4–19. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/13620431011020862.

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PurposeThis paper seeks to examine how values comprising organizational culture impact on employees' job satisfaction, taking also into account their gender and age.Design/methodology/approachThe study took place in all three public hospitals located in a major Greek city, where 125 usable questionnaires were gathered. The measures adopted include the Organizational Culture Profile and the Job Descriptive Index. The statistical analyses include descriptive statistics, stepwise regression analyses, and t‐tests.FindingsFindings suggest that employees recognize certain cultural traits as job satisfaction amplifiers. These are fairness, opportunities for personal growth, enthusiasm for the job and good reputation. On the other hand, another cultural trait, that is aggressiveness, seems to confine job satisfaction. Going a step further, it appears that employee gender and age influence the way that the organizational values affect their job satisfaction. This influence is in accordance with gender and age profiles identified by literature.Practical implicationsEmployers can incorporate these findings by shaping organizational culture in such a way as to enhance the overall level of job satisfaction of their employees, making them more willing to remain and build their career within the organization. This way, the organization can minimize the chances of losing talented individuals and is thus more likely to create a competitive advantage.Originality/valueThese findings help in creating a better understanding of job satisfaction and delineating its relationship with organizational culture.

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Petrašinović, Stefan. "Criminal offense and Facebook." Zbornik radova Pravnog fakulteta, Novi Sad 54, no.1 (2020): 469–85. http://dx.doi.org/10.5937/zrpfns54-26037.

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The development of modern internet technologies has provided numerous ways for mass communication of people. One of these ways is through social networks. With more than two billion users worldwide, Facebook is the most massive social network of today and a powerful tool for sharing a wealth of data, images and other materials through their profiles, which may even be publicly accessible to an indefinite number of individuals. With such capabilities, Facebook is a suitable tool for various abuses and for committing various offenses. It is a common situation for users to post different statuses, photos, snapshots through profiles, or post comments on statuses, photos or snapshots, of offensive content. From the point of view of our positive criminal law, the criminal protection of the honor and reputation of the individual, as intangible human values, is not in dispute in these situations. However, the question arises of the legal qualification of such incriminated conduct, that is, whether through these acts of the perpetrators the basic or qualified form of the offense of offenses referred to in Art. 170 of the Criminal Code, given the particular means of enforcement. The author points out the facts and circ*mstances that influence the legal qualification of the criminal offense of insult through Facebook, its appearance, as well as various possible ways of its realization by several persons.

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Medina Aguerrebere, Pablo, Eva Medina, and Toni Gonzalez Pacanowski. "The Impact of Social Media on Hospitals’ Branding Initiatives." REVISTA ESPAÑOLA DE COMUNICACIÓN EN SALUD 13, no.1 (May25, 2022): 19–32. http://dx.doi.org/10.20318/recs.2022.6274.

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Introduction: Hospitals face a constantly changing context that leads them to accelerate their digital transformation: cyberhealth, new business models, global competition, etc. In this framework, social media platforms have become a useful tool for transforming hospitals and enhancing their public image. Objectives: This paper aims to analyze how the world’s best hospitals manage social media platforms to disseminate brand related content and this way reinforce their reputation. Methodology: To do that, we carried out a literature review about health communication, social media and brands; then, we analyzed how the world’s 100 best hospitals managed their social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Youtube) as well as their own corporate websites for promoting their brand; and finally, we proposed different managerial implications. Results: Most hospitals resort to their corporate websites (76%) and corporate profiles on Facebook (78%), Twitter (73%) and Youtube (78%) for branding initiatives. Conclusions: Hospitals should prioritize a corporate communication approach, focus on useful content for each stakeholder, and promote learning sessions for helping employees become brand ambassadors.

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Chen, Fan Xuan, Xinyu Zhang, Lasse Laustsen, and JoeyT.Cheng. "Harsh but Expedient: Dominant Leaders Increase Group Cooperation via Threat of Punishment." Psychological Science 32, no.12 (November17, 2021): 2005–22. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/09567976211031208.

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Dominant leadership is, surprisingly, on the rise globally. Previous studies have found that intergroup conflict increases followers’ support for dominant leaders, but identifying the potential benefits that such leaders can supply is crucial to explaining their rise. We took a behavioral-economics approach in Study 1 ( N = 288 adults), finding that cooperation among followers increases under leaders with a dominant reputation. This pattern held regardless of whether dominant leaders were assigned to groups, elected through a bidding process, or leading under intergroup competition. Moreover, Studies 2a to 2e ( N = 1,022 adults) show that impressions of leader dominance evoked by personality profiles, authoritarian attitudes, or physical formidability similarly increase follower cooperation. We found a weaker but nonsignificant trend when dominance was cued by facial masculinity and no evidence when dominance was cued by aggressive disposition in a decision game. These findings highlight the unexpected benefits that dominant leaders can bestow on group cooperation through threat of punishment.

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Mar Iman, Abdul Hamid, Fu Yek Pieng, and Christopher Gan. "International Real Estate Review." International Real Estate Review 15, no.1 (April30, 2012): 73–105. http://dx.doi.org/10.53383/100149.

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This study evaluates the preferences of middle-high income earners for newly designed high-cost residential property attributes in their purchase decision, by using the conjoint method, whereby the buyers¡¦ ¡¥trade-offs¡¦ of different product attributes are measured. The fractional factorial design is used to create eighteen sets of product profiles based on a combination of the six most important attributes that determine the purchase decision of buyers. The preference rating of the respondents is then decomposed to yield part-worth utility for each attribute level. A regression analysis shows that the most pertinent attributes of high-cost residential properties trade-off by the respondents, are type of property, design and features, price, built-up area, location, and reputation of the developer. Together, these attribute explain about 74% of the buyers' expressed utility of the product purchased. By using a hold-out sample of respondents, a conjoint analysis has predicted the buyers' expressed utility with a reasonable level of accuracy.

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Jyrkiäinen, Senni. "Online Presentation of Gendered Selves among Young Women in Egypt." Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication 9, no.2 (2016): 182–98. http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/18739865-00902005.

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Social media and Facebook in particular have become an important arena of social interaction and premarital romance in Egypt. In a society where dating can potentially harm the reputation of young women, a decent public image is considered valuable symbolic capital. This is especially true for brides-to-be. Many university-educated young women have found Facebook useful for impression management. It is necessary for them to mask aspects of their behavior that may be condemned as morally inappropriate and they have thus developed strategies for navigating through certain moral expectations about female sexual purity, virginity and modesty. I define the young women who edit their profiles in order to conform to the prevailing norms of decency, in Goffman’s terms, as ‘cynical performers’. As I show, the embellishment of the self is a pragmatic solution to the problem of coping with existing dating practices and conflicting norms of proper gender interaction, often understood as ‘Islamic’.

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Smyczek, Sławomir, Giuseppe Festa, Matteo Rossi, and Filippo Monge. "Economic sustainability of wine tourism services and direct sales performance – emergent profiles from Italy." British Food Journal 122, no.5 (April4, 2020): 1519–29. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/bfj-08-2019-0651.

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PurposeDirect sales at the winery constitute one of the most used indicators for evaluating the success of a wine tourism experience. In this respect, service performance at the winery can have some influence on sales, which assumes that there is a direct link between the service level intensity of the wine tourism offer and the intensity level of direct sales at the winery; thus proposing that the global sustainability of the economic performance of the winery would increase if the wine tourism experience was supported by intense wine tourism services.Design/methodology/approachA descriptive statistical investigation was conducted on a sample of 35 Italian wineries, giving evidence on the adoption of different service categories as part of the wineries' wine tourism offers. From these results, an inferential statistical analysis was conducted to detect the existence of a direct link between wine tourism services and direct sales at the winery.FindingsBased on the current investigation, even though it was of an exploratory nature, the evidence does not in general support a direct link between the service level intensity of the wine tourism offer and the level of intensity of direct sales at the winery. Instead, some evidence points to a potential direct link between logistics services and direct sales. Unfortunately, some evidence emerged regarding the lack of availability of wine tourism services for disabled persons.Originality/valueWine tourism is a relevant success factor for the wine business. Its influence affects not only the wineries' reputation through word-of-mouth, most of all on the social networks but also their image and most importantly their direct sales. Frequently, in fact, wine tourism performance can be evaluated by direct sales performance. As a result of the current investigation, however, it is likely that the intensity level of direct sales at the winery is not the most correct indicator for evaluating the success of a wine tourism experience with high levels of service, especially when considering overall sustainability.

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Ladkin, Adele, and Dimitrios Buhalis. "Online and social media recruitment." International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 28, no.2 (February8, 2016): 327–45. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/ijchm-05-2014-0218.

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Purpose – This paper aims to reflect on issues concerning online and social media recruitment in hospitality organisations. It considers the implications for employers and prospective employees, discussing areas of mutual relevance. Design/methodology/approach – The paper draws on existing research to examine the subject of online and social media recruitment. Secondary sources are used to provide a framework for the consideration of online and social media recruitment for hospitality organisations. A model for understanding online- and social media-empowered hospitality recruitment is proposed. Findings – Considerations for employers include website attributes, issues of fairness in the recruitments process and brand reputation. For prospective employees, the considerations centre on public and private online profiles. Considerations common to both include the value of an online presence, the blurring of boundaries in online information and legal implications. Research limitations/implications – This is a discussion paper drawing on evidence from previous research to explore recruitment issues in the hospitality industry. It raises the profile of recruitment issues, mapping the field and providing the basis for further exploration. Practical implications – The paper provides a basis for understanding the impact of online and social media recruitment trends and issues and considers the implications for hospitality employers and prospective employees. Originality/value – The paper’s contribution is its reflection on debates from different disciplines and in offering the dual perspective of employers and potential employees from which to consider emerging themes as they relate to online- and social media-empowered recruitment.

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A, Stella, DeepthiK, KarthikDS, Mohammed Maaz Ahmed, and Mohak Pal. "REVIEW SPAM DETECTION USING MACHINE LEARNING." International Research Journal of Computer Science 9, no.8 (August13, 2022): 256–61. http://dx.doi.org/10.26562/irjcs.2022.v0908.20.

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Reviews, ratings, and experience stories left by customers on e-commerce websites and other online services are helpful to both buyers and sellers. The reviewer can foster more brand loyalty and aid in the understanding of other consumers' product experiences. Similar to how reviews help customers earn more profiles, reviews help businesses sell more things by enhancing customer satisfaction. However, suppliers may, unfortunately, abuse these review processes. For instance, one might fabricate positive evaluations to boost the reputation of a brand or attempt to denigrate rival brands' goods by posting fictitious reviews about them. Utilizing various machine learning techniques and tools are examples of existing solutions with supervision. Unlike previous work, I decided to use a wide range of vocabulary to work with, such as many datasets integrated into one enormous data set, rather than a confined dataset. Based on the reviews' text and emoji usage, sentiment analysis has been implemented. Review fraud is recognised and classed. The use of the Linear SVC, Support Vector Machine, and Random Forest algorithms yields the test results.

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Rokicki, Markus, Eelco Herder, and Christoph Trattner. "How Editorial, Temporal and Social Biases Affect Online Food Popularity and Appreciation." Proceedings of the International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media 11, no.1 (May3, 2017): 192–200. http://dx.doi.org/10.1609/icwsm.v11i1.14905.

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Measures of popularity and appreciation provide useful information for search and recommendation systems that facilitate access to growing amounts of user-generated content, such as online recipes. However, user rating and commenting behavior is not only influenced by the content itself, but also due to additional effects introduced by biases and contexts. Based on a large dataset of more than 400,000 online recipes, we investigate the nature of such biases and the impact on the number of ratings, comments and views. Our analysis shows that user feedback is significantly influenced by the recipe author's prior reputation, by friendship relations, similarity between user profiles, temporal and seasonal effects, and editorial choices. Furthermore, a regression analysis shows that for the number of ratings received by recipes in particular, an excellent fit can be obtained based on a combination of these biases. These results imply that the popularity of an item is heavily influenced by random bias introduced by various external factors that impact rating and commenting behavior in a relatively short time span after publication.

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Fedushko,S.S., and YuO.Sierov. "Analysis of Functions and Data of Specialized Online Services for Forming a Professional Profile of a Web User." Visnyk of Kharkiv State Academy of Culture, no.61 (June29, 2022): 106–13. http://dx.doi.org/10.31516/2410-5333.061.10.

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The scientific topicality. For a modern scientist with progressive views and ambitious career and personal growth plans, it is critical to form a professional web profile and promote the own activities through specialized online services. Ukrainian scientists have actively used online services to form a reputation among foreign colleagues. The prospect of high-quality online communication between foreign partners has prompted web profiles creation in specialized online services. Web user profile data is crucial for finding business partners in Ukraine and abroad in science, sharing experiences, and receiving recommendations from professionals in various fields. The country’s desire for a world level of development of society includes the formation of a competitive level of education, which is formed by scientific personnel with international experience and knowledge. The world community actively uses information and communication technologies in its activities, particularly specialized online services. The purpose of research is to analyze the functions and data of specialized online services to form a professional web user profile on the example of a scientist profile. The methodology. The comparative method, description methods, analysis and visualization of data, comparison, and generalization were used for the research. The results. A set of measures analyses to form a web user professional profile is proposed. The analysis of the functionality and data of specialized online services for forming a professional profile of a web user is achieved. These services include ResearchGate, Academia.edu, LinkedIn, Mendeley, Google Scholar, etc. The practical significance. Forming an effective web user profile is relevant for public officers, corporations, researchers for establishing international cooperation. The conclusion. An approach to analyze the functions and data of specialized online services for forming a professional web user profile, creating and integrating user profile data in scientific, social networks, and open registers is proposed. The application of this approach maximizes the presentation of information about scientific publications and research work of the employee for the world scientific community. The use of additional means of integrating profile data reduces time and simplifies integrating data between scientific, social networks and open registers.

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Cobos-Urbina, Enrique. "Social Media: useful for high-risk industries? A study of nuclear energy in Spain." Communication & Society 34, no.1 (January12, 2021): 143–54. http://dx.doi.org/10.15581/003.34.1.143-154.

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Social Media has become an unquestionable communicative tool for most organizations. Companies want to participate in the conversation on the network for various purposes: attracting new customers, promoting their products, exalting their brand, searching for prescribers, etc. However, those corporations that belong to risk sectors –as is the case of nuclear power plants– show initial suspicion because they consider that new forms of communication contribute to encouraging criticism of their business model, producing a deterioration in their image. The methodology used in this research is based on three pillars: a review of the literature on CSR, corporate reputation, Social Media and Nuclear Communication; exploration of Social Media in search of official profiles of nuclear power plants; and interviews with those responsible for communicating atomic plants to know their perception in the use of these supports. Spanish nuclear power plants do not actively use Social Media. These facilities rely on monologic communication tools and tactics, although they need dialogue for acceptance and long-term operation. Social Media are essential tools for risk sectors: to disseminate the science they make, to collect feedback and respond to criticism, and to seek consensus.

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Allui, Alawiya, and Luisa Pinto. "Non-Financial Benefits of Corporate Social Responsibility to Saudi Companies." Sustainability 14, no.6 (March15, 2022): 3446. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/su14063446.

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In Saudi Arabia, as in the international arena, corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a trending phenomenon that has been transforming and influencing government policies, business strategic management, and societal relationships. This study aims to identify the non-financial benefits of CSR and the general CSR approach in Saudi Arabia. A survey was conducted among randomly selected Saudi companies from the manufacturing and service sectors. Descriptive statistics on company profiles, CSR approaches, and CSR benefits were analyzed. The findings demonstrated that the most prevalent CSR approach is to minimize the negative impacts and maximize the positive impacts of the business, considering the social, environmental, and economic aspects. The non-financial benefits from CSR activities include attracting and retaining employees, improving brand reputation, and enhancing innovation. The main limitations of this study involve the relatively small sample size and the lack of longitudinal data to analyze the effects of the variables over time. The study findings not only provide deeper insights into CSR approaches and non-financial benefits but could also encourage firms’ managers and stakeholders to improve CSR activities to better achieve non-financial benefits and improve competitive advantage.

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Mitic, Peter. "The Effect of Financial Regulation on Reputation." International Journal of Trade, Economics and Finance 11, no.6 (December 2020): 128–34. http://dx.doi.org/10.18178/ijtef.2020.11.6.678.

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Recent high profile breaches of regulation by prominent UK financial institutions suggest that self-regulation is ineffective. Intuitively, regulatory breaches should result in a tarnished reputation, but that conjecture is unsubstantiated. With objective measurement of reputation, we demonstrate that reputational damage is not a significant deterrent against regulatory breaches. Imposing regulatory fines is also no deterrent. We speculate that customers are prepared to tolerate large regulatory breaches: retail customers provided they are not affected personally, and corporate customers as long as investments do not devalue. Regulation has not previously been linked to reputation, and this result is significant because it adds to the argument that external regulation remains necessary. Note is also made of recent unsuccessful initiatives on self-regulation.

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Harvey,KristinL., LolaE.Holcomb, and StephenC.Kolwicz. "Ketogenic Diets and Exercise Performance." Nutrients 11, no.10 (September26, 2019): 2296. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/nu11102296.

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The ketogenic diet (KD) has gained a resurgence in popularity due to its purported reputation for fighting obesity. The KD has also acquired attention as an alternative and/or supplemental method for producing energy in the form of ketone bodies. Recent scientific evidence highlights the KD as a promising strategy to treat obesity, diabetes, and cardiac dysfunction. In addition, studies support ketone body supplements as a potential method to induce ketosis and supply sustainable fuel sources to promote exercise performance. Despite the acceptance in the mainstream media, the KD remains controversial in the medical and scientific communities. Research suggests that the KD or ketone body supplementation may result in unexpected side effects, including altered blood lipid profiles, abnormal glucose homeostasis, increased adiposity, fatigue, and gastrointestinal distress. The purpose of this review article is to provide an overview of ketone body metabolism and a background on the KD and ketone body supplements in the context of obesity and exercise performance. The effectiveness of these dietary or supplementation strategies as a therapy for weight loss or as an ergogenic aid will be discussed. In addition, the recent evidence that indicates ketone body metabolism is a potential target for cardiac dysfunction will be reviewed.

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Hayes, Michelle, Kevin Filo, Caroline Riot, and AndreaN.Geurin. "Using Communication Boundaries to Minimize Athlete Social Media Distractions During Events." Event Management 25, no.6 (December3, 2021): 683–704. http://dx.doi.org/10.3727/152599521x16106577965215.

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Sport organizations regulate athletes' use of social media for many reasons including the protection of the organization's reputation. Several strategies have been introduced to minimize issues related to the negative consequences athlete social media use may present, yet whether these strategies also work to address social media distractions experienced by athletes during major sport events is not well known. Utilizing communication privacy management (CPM) theory, the purpose of the current research was to examine the aspects of social media that sport administrators perceive to be distracting to athletes and what support and management mechanisms are utilized to address such concerns during major sport events. Semistructured interviews ( N = 7) with Australian national sport organization (NSO) administrators were conducted. Sport administrators reported several aspects of social media that are perceived to distract athletes including personal and performance criticism and a fixation with social media profiles. Social media could also be used to manage athlete temperament. As a result, organizations highlighted both proactive and reactive communication boundaries and mechanisms that could be used to address concerns including content restrictions, best practice case studies, engaging in conversations, and monitoring. Opportunities for sport practitioners are described including conducting consultation sessions with athletes to better understand their needs regarding their social media use.

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Loskutova,T.A. "Typical mistakes by Russian researchers when registering and completing their ORCID records: Analysis of real cases." Science Editor and Publisher 6, no.2 (January20, 2022): 119–30. http://dx.doi.org/10.24069/sep-21-11.

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Integration of Russian science into the world’s scientific community is an important task for the government, universities, research organizations, and researchers. The ORCID identifier (iD) is an efficient tool for promoting researchers and their works, building researchers’ personal brands and enhancing their reputation in the scientific community, as well as attributing authorship. Modern journals are increasingly requiring their contributors to provide an ORCID iD as a mandatory element of the author’s information. Russian researchers, possibly due to the low awareness about the benefits of ORCID, make some typical mistakes when registering and completing their ORCID records. This article provides a brief analysis of such mistakes and shows 1) how to correctly present a researcher’s published (preferred) name and how to indicate other names the researcher is known by; 2) what visibility modes ORCID provides to its users; 3) what data can be added to a researcher’s ORCID iD for improved discoverability and recognition. An example of a published article with a wrong ORCID iD is presented; all the resulting negative outcomes for the journal are discussed. The conclusion is made about the need to raise the awareness among the research community about the importance of full and correct ORCID profiles. Editors of scientific journals should ensure that the authors’ ORCID records are filled out correctly.

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