Search Results

1 - 10 of 217 items :

  • "performance" x
  • Social Sciences x
  • Communication Science x
Clear All

REFERENCES Álvarez-Santos, J., Miguel-Dávila, J.- Á., Herrera, L., Nieto, M., 2018. Safety Management System in TQM environments . Safety Science 101, 135-143. Athar, M., Shariff, A.M., Buang, A., Shaikh, M.S., See, T.L., 2019. Inherent safety for sustainable process design of process piping at the preliminary design stage . Journal of Cleaner Production 209, 1307-1318. Farid, A., Abdel-Aty, M., Lee, J., 2019, Comparative analysis of multiple techniques for developing and transferring safety performance functions . Accident Analysis & Prevention 122, 85

(2), art. 20. McGuigan, Jim (2005) The cultural public sphere. European Journal of Cultural Studies 8(4), 427-443. Mouffe, C Chantal (1999) Deliberative democracy or agonostic pluralism? Social Research , 66(3), 745-758. Mouffe, Chantal (2005) On the political . London & New York: Routledge. Schechner, Richard (2003) Performance Theory . New York & London: Routlegde. Valtysson, Bjarki (2010) Access culture: Web 2.0 and cultural participation. International Journal of Cultural Policy , 16(2), 200-214. Warner, Michael (2002) Publics and counterpublics . Cambridge

) ‘Indicators of Freedom or Control? Assessing Performance Indicators for Belgian Public Broadcasters’, Paper presented at the 2004 IAMCR Conference, Porto Alegre. Curran, James (2002) Media and Power. London: Routledge. Dean, Mitchell (1999) Governmentality. Power and Rule in Modern Society. London: Sage. Doyle, Gillian (1997) ‘From ‘Pluralism’ to ‘Ownership’: Europe’s emergent policy on Media Concentrations navigates the doldrums’, Journal of Information, Law and Technology 1997(3) <http:// elj.warwick.ac.uk/jilt/commsreg/97_3doyl/> Feintuck, Mike (1999) Media Regulation

References Blasé, J. & Blasé, J. (2010). “Effective Instructional leadership: Teachers, perspectives on how principal promote teaching and learning in schools. Journal of Education Administration Vol. 38(2):130-141. Elliott, K. (2015). Teacher Performance Appraisal: More about Performance or Development? Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 40 (9): 12-19. The Woburn Press. London, Routledge. Goddard, I. & Emerson, C. (2006). Appraisal and your School . Oxford: Heinemann. Jensen, B. (2011). Better Teacher Appraisals and feedback: Improving performance

Abstract

Various forms of public funding are used to encourage national film production, and one important quality of such funding is its ability to attract complementary private financing and thus maximize the resources available for national film. When the Norwegian government restructured its film support system in 2001, it was an explicit goal to attract more private investments into national films. Yet three years later, the government observed that while many national films now could show a healthy return on their private capital of more than 50 percent, there seemed to be a notable lack of participation from the traditional investment community in the financing of these films. The present article explores the economic reasons for the lack of involvement by applying project financing and transaction cost perspectives to a microanalysis of the financing and performance of all Norwegian films released theatrically in 2005.

, & Visscher, Klaasjan (2010). Structural ambidexterity in NPD processes: A firm-level assessment of the impact of differentiated structures on innovation performance. Technovation 30 , 291-299. Gibson, Christina B., & Birkinshaw, Julian (2004). The antecedents, consequences, and mediating role of organizational ambidexterity. Academy of Management Journal, 47, 209-226. He, Zi-Lin, & Wong, Poh Kam (2004). Exploration vs. exploitation: An empirical test of the ambidexterity hypothesis. Organizational Science , 15, 481-494. Hair, Joseph F., Anderson, Rolph E., Tatham

Norwegian girls’ performances of selves in the online-based mainstream blogging community, I have striven to analyse these performances as integral to their offline experiences framed by the wider cultural context and gendered discourses. I view mainstream blogging as illustrative of the postfeminist sensibility ( Gill 2007 ) in that femininity norms promoted by top female bloggers focus on consumerism, the technology-enabled body ( Jackson 2016 ), and hetero-normative sexuality that seems to originate in what Abidin & Thompson (2012) call “refracted (fe)male gaze

Internet not to be very trustworthy ( M = 2.88, SD = 0.758). Most students reported that they have had quite a lot of practice in school in critically scrutinizing sources, M = 7.25 of 10, SD = 2.03. Performance and self-reported abilities To investigate the performance we first computed the total number of correct answers for all question items that could be classified as correct or incorrect, where the questions with embedded advertisements (see Table 1 ) were coded as correct if all answers were correct. The mean number of correct answers from a maximum of 8 for

what grounds); which decisions are made in the boardroom, and which are not; who influences them, and who does not. In doing so, it aspires to contribute to the understanding not only of how newspaper ownership is exercised in practice, but also the basic democratic concern of how power and influence are distributed within the media system ( McQuail 1992 ). Lessons from Previous Research on Ownership Effects Over the past few decades, a growing body of literature has been dedicated to the issue of how ownership impacts on the performance of the press. Ownership