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Daniela Cornelia Stix Perception and Usage of Online Social Network Sites (OSN) in Youth Work and its Influence on Educational Relationships Diploma in Social Work/- Social Pedagogics Master of Arts in Media Science Senior Lecturer daniela.stix@hawk-hhg.de Advisor: Prof. (...) Leonie Wagner mailto:daniela.stix@hawk-hhg.de Research Methods Perception and Usage of Online Social Network Sites (OSN) in Youth Work and its Influence on Educational Relationships Triangulation of qualitative methods: ● Ethnographic methods and ero-epic talks (Spradley 1979, Girtler 2011) ● Episodical interviews (Flick 2011) ● Reflexive grounded theory (Breuer 2009) (Strauss and Corbin 1996) Literature Review Perception and Usage of Online Social Network Sites (OSN) in Youth Work and its Influence on Educational Relationships Two understandings of OSN: a) As a tool b) As a space of action OSN are performatively constructed spaces Literature Review Perception and Usage of Online Social Network Sites (OSN) in Youth Work and its Influence on Educational Relationships Two categories of acting Informative and self- represen tative Social interactive Dysbalance Theoretical Background Perception and Usage of Online Social Network Sites (OSN) in Youth Work and its Influence on Educational Relationships Cloos/Köngeter/Müller/Thole (2009) Steps to build up educational relationships Implicit Pedagogical Usage of OSN Perception and Usage of Online Social Network Sites (OSN) in Youth Work and its Influence on Educational Relationships Step 1 “arranged equipment and offers“ Subpart of step 1 „arranging access to the Youth Club“ Implicit Pedagogical Usage of OSN Perception and Usage of Online Social Network Sites (OSN) in Youth Work and its Influence on Educational Relationships low threshold extra channel direct/personal contact easy to navigate multiple communication channels permanent contact etc. (...) daniela.stix@hawk-hhg.de Daniela Cornelia Stix Diploma in Social Work/- Social Pedagogics Master of Arts in Media Science Senior Lecturer Perception and Usage of Online Social Network Sites (OSN) in Youth Work and its Influence on Educational Relationships Folie 1 Folie 2 Folie 3 Folie 4 Folie 5 Folie 6 Folie 7 Folie 8
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Score: 809368.36 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...milweek17_daniela_cornelia.pdf
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While this leads to varying results for various generations, the perceptions and actions vis-à-vis social security by age 35 generally determine the benefits available to individuals in the future. In this context, this study aims to evaluate the perception of the social security system by the age group 15 to 35 in Turkey. (...) It is noteworthy that women have stronger negative perception of the system than men do. This contrasts with the indicators that the social security system has a vast coverage and a widespread service network.
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Score: 805505.13 - https://www.ilo.org/ankara/pub...WCMS_769246/lang--en/index.htm
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LE BOUQUIN JEANNES 2, 3 1 France Telecom R&D, Lannion, France 2 INSERM, Rennes, France, 3 University of Rennes, Rennes, France ITU-T Workshop on "From Speech to Audio: bandwidth extension, binaural perception" Lannion, France, 10-12 September 2008 Lannion, France, 10-12 September 2008 International Telecommunication Union 2 Overview Introduction Technical specifications of codecs under evaluation Multidimensional scaling technique (MDS) Experiments: selection of codecs, dissimilarity test and results Degradation indicators: what correlates correspond to the perceptive dimensions? Conclusion Lannion, France, 10-12 September 2008 International Telecommunication Union 3 Overview Introduction Technical specifications of codecs under evaluation Multidimensional scaling technique (MDS) Experiments: selection of codecs, dissimilarity test and results Degradation indicators: what correlates correspond to the perceptive dimensions? Conclusion Lannion, France, 10-12 September 2008 International Telecommunication Union 4 Introduction Context: subjective assessment is the most reliable way to determine overall perceived voice quality of network equipment, as digital codecs reference conditions are useful in subjective tests to provide anchors so that results from different tests can be compared the MNRU(1) is extensively used in subjective evaluations to provide a simulated and calibrated degradation qualitatively similar to quantization distortion of waveform codecs the improvements in audio coding technologies modified the types of degradations and so the MNRU(1) is not representative any more of the current degradations Goal: the purpose of our work is to produce a reference system that can simulate and calibrate degradations of speech and audio codecs which are currently used on telecommunications networks Our approach: produce the multidimensional perceptive space underlying the perception of current degradations characterize these perceptive dimensions simulate and calibrate similar degradations (1) MNRU: Modulated Noise Reference Unit (ITU-T P.810) Lannion, France, 10-12 September 2008 International Telecommunication Union 5 Overview Introduction Technical specifications of codecs under evaluation Multidimensional scaling technique (MDS) Experiments: selection of codecs, dissimilarity test and results Degradation indicators: what correlates correspond to the perceptive dimensions? (...) nonmetric multidimensional scaling (the ranking induced by the judgments of dissimilarities in human listening experiments is more reliable than their values) INDSCAL (INDividual differences SCALing) (subjects differently weight the perceptive dimensions when they elaborate an overall judgment) Lannion, France, 10-12 September 2008 International Telecommunication Union 9 Overview Introduction Technical specifications of codecs under evaluation Multidimensional scaling technique (MDS) Experiments: selection of codecs, dissimilarity test and results Degradation indicators: what correlates correspond to the perceptive dimensions?
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Score: 799787.74 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/17/T061700000D0052PDFE.pdf
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Labour migration Migration: Closing the gap between perceptions and true facts How are migrants generally perceived? (...) Analysis | 29 April 2015 OECD Deputy Secretary-General, Stefan Kapferer Q: What are public perceptions currently about migration in the OECD? S. Kapferer : Public perceptions in OECD countries are frequently that migration cannot be controlled and is very costly.
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Score: 793763.13 - https://www.ilo.org/rome/risor...WCMS_364595/lang--en/index.htm
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Labour migration Migration: Closing the gap between perceptions and true facts How are migrants generally perceived? (...) Analysis | 29 April 2015 OECD Deputy Secretary-General, Stefan Kapferer Q: What are public perceptions currently about migration in the OECD? S. Kapferer : Public perceptions in OECD countries are frequently that migration cannot be controlled and is very costly.
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Score: 793763.13 - www.ilo.org/rome/risors...WCMS_364595/lang--en/index.htm
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Nuclear Escalation Strategies and Perceptions: The United States, the Russian Federation, and China | UNIDIR Skip to main content Main navigation About About Us Our 40th Our People Our Governance Our Funding Join Our Team Contact Us Programmes Weapons of Mass Destruction and Other Strategic Weapons Security and Technology Conventional Arms Gender and Disarmament Middle East Weapons of Mass Destruction Free Zone Publications Digital Hub Gender & Disarmament Hub Cyber Policy Portal Disarmament Course 2021 ME WMDFZ Hub Events Newsroom search Search By year - All - 1958 1962 1974 1975 1978 1980 1981 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1997 1999 2000 2003 2005 2006 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2017 2018 2019 2020 Search Toggle navigation Publication Nuclear Escalation Strategies and Perceptions: The United States, the Russian Federation, and China back to our publications Nuclear Escalation Strategies and Perceptions: The United States, the Russian Federation, and China 22 June 2021 Wilfred Wan 40 Pages This study is the first in a series that profiles different “friction points” among nuclear-armed and nuclear-allied States, examining issues of contention in their relations that can spark potential conflict and nuclear escalation. (...) It then outlines a series of recommendations for the ‘great powers’ to bridge strategic perception gaps and reduce relevant risks. Part of UNIDIR’s ongoing research on nuclear risk reduction, this study is intended to feed into the dialogue on taking forward risk reduction – and on the development of practical and feasible baskets of measures that can close pathways to use of nuclear weapons. Wan, Wilfred. 2021, “Nuclear Escalation Strategies and Perceptions: The United States, the Russian Federation, and China.”
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Score: 788153 - https://www.unidir.org/escalation
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Guidance on setting up and utilizing perception surveys for PBF: 1) When are perception surveys useful Perception surveys are useful when PBF support is focused on changing attitudes, beliefs, capacities or behavior of communities or state agencies which affect communities’ lives. Perception surveys enable the decision-makers to measure the kinds of and levels of attitudes and beliefs of community members as well as their perceptions of capacities and behavior of community members and/or state agents. (...) Once it is decided that a perception survey will be used, it is important to set it up early.
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Score: 784625.05 - https://www.un.org/peacebuildi...ception_surveys_cbm_-_2020.pdf
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A"schema"comparing"perception"surveys"and"CBM"is"presented"below" although"hybrid"models"have"also"been"used." (...) setting!up!and!utilizing!perception/surveys!for!PBF:! 1)! When"are"perception"surveys"useful" Perception"surveys"are"useful"when"PBF"support"is"focused"on"changing"attitudes,"beliefs,"capacities"or" behavior"of"communities"or"state"agencies"which"affect"communities’"lives." (...) Once"it"is"decided"that"a"perception"survey"will"be"used,"it"is"important"to" set"it"up"early."
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Score: 782796.88 - https://www.un.org/peacebuildi...eys_cbm_-_final_2019_clean.pdf
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Score: 781992.97 - https://www.ilo.org/global/abo...WCMS_364595/lang--en/index.htm
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Office of the SRSG on Violence against Children and UNICEF U-Report Opinion Poll on Children and Young People’s Perception of Children on the Move – migrant and refugee children 82% 18% Is migration a Human Right? (...) baseline: 153773 To improve their economic situation To escape from violence To meet their family members Office of the SRSG on Violence against Children and UNICEF U-Report Opinion Poll on Children and Young People’s Perception of Children on the Move – migrant and refugee children 50% 34% 16% Moving from one country to another country is a... baseline: 143141 Dangerous process Safe process Wouldn't know or another reason 55% 23% 22% Which is the hardest that children endure when moving baseline: 64094 Violence, abuse, explotation Dangers from their surroundings Sexual violence Office of the SRSG on Violence against Children and UNICEF U-Report Opinion Poll on Children and Young People’s Perception of Children on the Move – migrant and refugee children 42% 42% 16% When large groups of children arrive to another country you believe they baseline: 126643 Contribute to society Create problems Make no difference 41% 37% 17% 5% When migrant or refugee children arrive to another country you think they are... baseline: 104832 Abused or exploited Protected and integrated into society Deported, returned Don't know Office of the SRSG on Violence against Children and UNICEF U-Report Opinion Poll on Children and Young People’s Perception of Children on the Move – migrant and refugee children 33% 28% 21% 17% What are the most important issues migrant and refugee children face? (...) In 2017, the Office of the SRSG on Violence against Children and UNICEF jointly conducted a U-Report Opinion Poll on Children and Young People’s Perception of Children on the Move (specifically migrant and refugee children).
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Score: 778346.73 - https://violenceagainstchildre...s/other_documents/u_report.pdf
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