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Huang, Xu – Higher Education Studies, 2018
Given that intervention has been relatively under-researched in pragmatics, this paper offers a linguistic-pragmatic examination of a case of bystander intervention, a notion which is generally known in social psychology. This study approaches the phenomenon of bystander intervention by analyzing discourse data transcribed from a video posted…
Descriptors: Audiences, Intervention, Participation, Pragmatics
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de Smet, Sofie; De Haene, Lucia; Rousseau, Cécile; Stalpaert, Christel – Research in Drama Education, 2018
In this article, we question the unilateral discourse of benefit of participation in participatory refugee theatre in the context of a growing socio-political climate of polarisation and stigmatisation of refugees in European countries of resettlement. By integrating critical voices from the fields of applied theatre and refugee research, we…
Descriptors: Drama, Refugees, Theater Arts, Social Bias
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Castro-Varela, Aurelio – Ethnography and Education, 2018
This paper discusses the main aspects of an ethnographic approach to the Occupy Poble Sec Cinema Forum in Barcelona, Spain, and the difficulties of using participant observation, in which vision is still dominant, in this setting. The methodological challenge stemmed from the 'native' position of the researcher--a member of the Forum's organising…
Descriptors: Ethnography, Films, Teaching Methods, Participant Observation
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Karras, Elizabeth; Stokes, Cara M.; Warfield, Sara C.; Elder, Heather; Stephens, Brady; Bossarte, Robert M. – Health Education & Behavior, 2018
Background: Communication campaigns offer a viable mechanism to promote suicide prevention and reinforce mental health for U.S. veterans in midlife, a group with a high suicide burden. However, little empirical investigation of this type of messaging has been conducted, with formative campaign research conspicuously missing from the limited…
Descriptors: Suicide, Prevention, Mental Health, Veterans
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Gilman, Sharlene Elinor – Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2017
This article describes responses of a group of adolescent student actors and actor alumni involved in anti-bullying skits arising from a critical case study of the Tolerance Troupe from a small rural and suburban borough in Pennsylvania. Seventeen active members and 19 actor alumni participated in semi-structured interviews focusing on what the…
Descriptors: Bullying, Prevention, Theater Arts, Rural Areas
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Brennan, Karen – Learning, Media and Technology, 2016
Audience can serve as powerful motivation in learning--and network technologies have the potential to greatly broaden audience for the processes and products of learning. But these new opportunities for audience are accompanied by new challenges. In this paper, we examine and problematize the notion and role of audience in learning by presenting a…
Descriptors: Audiences, Case Studies, Observation, Interviews
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Corby, Emma-Kate; Campbell, Marilyn; Spears, Barbara; Slee, Phillip; Butler, Des; Kift, Sally – Journal of School Violence, 2016
This article investigates the perceptions of 156 students who were victims of both traditional and cyberbullying (117 female, 45 male), ages 10 to 17 years, as to which form of bullying was more hurtful. Overall, students perceived traditional victimization to be more hurtful than cyber victimization. Reasons identified in the data to explain the…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Bullying, Computer Mediated Communication, Preadolescents
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Davis, Pryce R.; Russ, Rosemary S. – Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 2015
The fields of science education and science communication share the overarching goal of helping non-experts and non-members of the professional science community develop knowledge of the content and processes of scientific research. However, the specific audiences, methods, and aims employed in the two fields have evolved quite differently and as…
Descriptors: Science Education, Communication (Thought Transfer), Scientific Research, Audiences
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Berg, Tanya – Research in Dance Education, 2015
A local trend in commercial dance studio education is the implementation of real-time digital video surveillance. This case study explores how digital video cameras in the dance studio environment affect asymmetrical power relationships already present in the commercial studio setting, as well as how surveillance impacts feminist pedagogical…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Dance, Dance Education, Video Technology
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Collier, Diane R. – Journal of Early Childhood Literacy, 2015
Everyday cultural resources that originate outside school offer possibilities for multimodal creativity and identity play, as children consume, transform and produce multimodal texts. In this study, Kyle, a boy in elementary school, fluidly performed social identities and engaged in playful and parodic rescripting of identities and resources from…
Descriptors: Masculinity, Athletics, Elementary School Students, Males
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Manekin, Elizabeth; Williams, Elizabeth – Journal of Museum Education, 2015
The way the Yale University Art Gallery engages students and the adult public has shifted profoundly over time, a change reflected in the evolution of the museum's signature Gallery Guide program. Founded in 1998 as an organic, experimental way to better engage Yale students to give lecture-based tours, it is now a structured, well-articulated…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Arts Centers, Museums, Art
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Melki, Jad P. – Journal of Media Literacy Education, 2015
The role of new media in the Arab uprisings and the news of widespread surveillance of digital and mobile media have triggered a renewed interest in Arab audiences research, particularly as it pertains to these audiences' critical abilities and digital media literacy competencies. Taken for granted have been Arab youth's widespread use of social…
Descriptors: Critical Literacy, Media Literacy, Arabs, Audiences
Benito, Victoria López – International Association for Development of the Information Society, 2014
Nowadays Mobile technologies in Museums and especially in Art Museums are a popular way of communication with their audiences. These kinds of technologies have a high communicative potential and also could be a tool for marketing, information, engagement and learning as well. However with regards how these resources explain the meaning of works of…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Arts Centers, Museums, Case Studies
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Chen, Gwo-Dong; Nurkhamid; Wang, Chin-Yeh; Yang, Shu-Han; Chao, Po-Yao – Educational Technology & Society, 2014
In a classroom, obtaining active, whole-focused, and engaging learning results from a design is often difficult. In this study, we propose a self-observation model that employs an instinctive interface for classroom active learning. Students can communicate with virtual avatars in the vertical screen and can react naturally according to the…
Descriptors: Models, Active Learning, Computer Uses in Education, Computer Interfaces
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Jubas, Kaela; Johnston, Dawn E. B.; Chiang, Angie – Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education, 2014
Using the medical drama Grey's Anatomy as an exemplar, this article discusses findings from a qualitative case study exploring impacts of popular (or pop) culture on Canadian audience members' understanding of social issues, particularly health care policy. Adopting a neo-Gramscian perspective, our fundamental premise is that pop culture operates…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Popular Culture, Health Services, Teaching Methods
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