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Ahsan Ali; Naseer Abbas Khan; Hongwei Wang; Nan Wang – Creativity Research Journal, 2024
Despite the growing body of research on social media and its effects on employees, few studies have sought to explain the aims of social media users in firms and the mechanisms that link these to employee creativity. From the perspective of social networks, this study argues that using social media for work and social purposes in an enterprise…
Descriptors: Employees, Foreign Countries, Creativity, Social Media
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Ana Rey Freire; Judit Fullana Noell; Maria Pallisera Díaz – Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 2024
Background: Previous studies show that the personal support networks of people with intellectual disability are smaller and less diverse than those of people without intellectual disability. This article aims to compare the characteristics of the personal networks of young people with and without intellectual disability. Method: The Personal…
Descriptors: Intellectual Disability, Social Networks, Interpersonal Relationship, Adolescents
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Madeleine Chapman; Jesper Dammeyer; Kim Sune Karrasch Jepsen; Lasse Suonperä Liebst – Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 2024
This study is the first to analyze data from a national survey to investigate the significance for deaf identity of the different forms of social and technological support that deaf people rely upon. Data were derived from a survey among 839 deaf people and were analyzed with regard to social identification as deaf, hearing, bicultural, and…
Descriptors: Deafness, Self Concept, Assistive Technology, Cultural Influences
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Kaylin R. Clements; Jennifer E. Cross; Christopher McCarty; Jennifer N. Solomon – Field Methods, 2024
Social network research often depends on the willingness of respondents to provide personal information about themselves and alters. Survey design strategies that increase willingness to share this information are necessary for social network research to be feasible, especially when name generators are used for sampling because rosters are…
Descriptors: Social Networks, Referral, Maps, Online Surveys
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Lioutas, Evagelos D.; Charatsari, Chrysanthi; De Rosa, Marcello; La Rocca, Giuseppe; Cernic Istenic, Majda – Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension, 2022
Purpose: In this work, we aim to shed light on how co-resourcing and actors' practices impact the agricultural innovation process. Design/Methodology/Approach: In a first step, we conceptualized agricultural innovation as the process during which actors exchange solutions that enable innovation to emerge. To provide these solutions, actors…
Descriptors: Agriculture, Innovation, Social Networks, Resources
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Ángela González-Villa; Adriana Gewerc – E-Learning and Digital Media, 2024
Social networks are colonised by a culture of confession that turns teenager privacy into a commodity to achieve recognition and social acceptance. This display accelerates the porosity of the boundaries between the public and the private and feeds surveillance capitalism. The aim of this systematic review is to examine the empirical evidence on…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Social Networks, Privacy, Interaction
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Allie M. Spiekerman; Amanda J. Rose – Developmental Psychology, 2024
The present study examined how friends' responses to each other during problem talk predicted depressive symptoms over time. Participants included 271 adolescent friend dyads (69 female and 69 male early adolescent dyads; 72 female and 61 male middle adolescent dyads; 66.4% White and 26.6% Black). The adolescents were observed discussing a problem…
Descriptors: Grade 7, Grade 10, Friendship, Dialogs (Language)
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Valerie M. Ryan; Zachary J. Kunicki; Justine N. Egan-Kunicki; Lisa L. Harlow – Teaching of Psychology, 2024
Background: Statistics courses are a necessary component of undergraduate education, but psychology majors often have negative associations with statistics. One way to promote learning within classrooms is to promote classroom connectedness, but few studies have examined classroom connectedness using a social network paradigm. Objective: The…
Descriptors: Statistics Education, Undergraduate Students, Psychology, Majors (Students)
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Xiaoyuan Chu; Yuxin Chen; Alafate Litifu; Yang Zhou; Xiaochun Xie; Xinyi Wei; Li Lei – Psychology in the Schools, 2024
Phubbing harms relationships and reduces well-being of phubbees. However, limited research has explored the potential causes and underlying mechanisms for phubbing; and an important risk factor, social anxiety, has been largely ignored from previous studies. The present study employed a moderated mediation model to examine whether social anxiety…
Descriptors: Telecommunications, Handheld Devices, Anxiety, Correlation
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Chen, Yi; Zhang, Jingru; Yang, Yi; Lee, Young-Sun – Journal of Educational Measurement, 2022
The development of human-computer interactive items in educational assessments provides opportunities to extract useful process information for problem-solving. However, the complex, intensive, and noisy nature of process data makes it challenging to model with the traditional psychometric methods. Social network methods have been applied to…
Descriptors: Data Processing, Social Networks, Statistical Analysis, Educational Assessment
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Schulz, Denis; Gaudreault, Karen – Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, 2023
Social media has become an essential tool in social networking and content sharing. Our professional and personal lives have become inundated with social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Educators are using these platforms increasingly as a way to remain current with developments in their respective fields. Social media…
Descriptors: Social Media, Physical Education Teachers, Social Networks, Self Efficacy
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Wang, Wenjing; Li, Xiaoshan – Interactive Learning Environments, 2023
In the present study, using complex network analysis, we conducted a one-year including two semesters to investigate the effect of social network intervention on college students' social perception biases. One hundred and seventy college students participated in this study. Social network intervention was implemented in the second semester.…
Descriptors: College Students, Social Attitudes, Social Bias, Social Networks
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Emma Rowe – Journal of Education Policy, 2024
Teach for Australia was announced by the Australian Government in 2008, at a corporate dinner sponsored by Swiss multinational investment bank UBS, hosting New York Schools Chancellor Joel Klein. Conceptualising Teach for Australia as a polycentric policy network anchored in venture philanthropy, this paper examines how networks mobilise major…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Policy, Public Policy, Network Analysis
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Toby Greany; Tom Cowhitt; Chris Downey – Journal of Educational Change, 2024
Recent decades have seen a global shift in educational policy and practice towards various forms of "joining-up," through partnerships and networks. These networks have differing aims but are broadly geared towards increasing quality and/or innovation in educational provision, although many prove messy and problematic. Policy makers in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Social Networks, Special Schools, Partnerships in Education
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Sohn, Minsung; Moon, Daseul; Kim, Jinho – Youth & Society, 2024
This study investigated the extent to which adolescent social network positions are associated with the risk of lifetime daily smoking and nicotine dependence (ND), and whether these associations differ by gender. Using data from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health (N = 6,267), this study estimated multinomial logistic…
Descriptors: Social Networks, Adolescents, Smoking, Gender Differences
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