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, sponsors colloquia, and is home to an International Fellowship Program which brings to Oxford University midcareer journalists from around the world to focus on an area of research. Since its establishment in 1983, the Fellowship Program has supported over 600 journalists from 94 countries (University of Oxford Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, 2017a). b) Research: Recent and current projects include “Bias, Bullshit and Lies: Audience Perspectives on Low Trust in the Media”; “Digital-Born and Legacy News Media on Twitter during the UK General Election

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demonstrators and the police. Concerned with the negative impact of face-to-face and virtual events, the federal government attempted to express a positive agenda through slogans such as “World Cup of the World Cups” ( #copadascopas ) and “there will be a World Cup” ( #vaitercopa ), resulting in a process we refer to as “hashtag war.” Apart from being the link between street protests, online social networks, and political discussions, the hashtags were also appropriated for other additional purposes. For example, the hashtag #naovaitercopa resulted in several ironic memes

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decentralized infrastructure by supporting users with the autonomy to identify and control over themselves; trust to have enough confidence in its operations, transparency to conduct knowledge transactions; immutability to be permanently written and stored without having any modification or changes; disintermediation for a central authority to check the progress and keep it for itself; lastly, collaboration to connect directly with each other without any need in the third-party applications. In this respect, blockchain technology indeed reveals the potential to change the

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taken by storm by social media platforms that allowed companies to create their own virtual worlds, engage in conversations with stock- and stakeholders, and actually create their own portals with currency and products (Edosomwan, Prakasan, Kouame, Watson, & Seymour, 2011; Kaplan & Haenlein, 2010). This did not last long, however, as other more immediate forms of engagement came online. Besides the blog (really, nothing more than an extended text message), several social media platforms surfaced and retained their appeals and thus their impacts on business. We shall

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Hospitality & Tourism ← 332 | 333 → İbrahim ÇETİNTÜRK A Study on Brand Loyalty in Accommodation Establishments 1 1 Introduction Meeting people’s need for transportation, accommodation, catering, entertainment, and recreation etc. on temporary travels, the tourism industry is billed as a global sector that stretches all over the world. Accommodation, one of the sub-sectors of tourism, is a major industry that offers great inputs to the global economy and creates jobs for millions of people around the globe (Tanford et al., 2012). The ever-growing competition is

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, consumer tolerance for a lack of privacy online. To date, the risk-benefit ratio appears to favor online communications despite a diminishing sense of privacy and a growing sense of transparency. In this chapter, we explore, in detail, the complicated and ever-evolving issue of privacy in the modern digital world. First, we offer four contrasting and interlinked perspectives on privacy and information management in the new digital age. Second, we introduce the unregulated origins of the Internet and the value of information, or big data , as two key, motivating

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advertising. O’shaughnessy (2004) enumerates two major types of such shields, namely ex- ternal and internal. The former includes “people’s social attachments to culture, reference groups, social class and emotionally grounded experiences;” (p.8). The latter is about “people’s overall perspective or view of the world, tied to some constellation of interrelated beliefs, values, emotions and expectancies about themselves and their social world.”. Despite these, advertising unfailingly makes every endeavour to let the target group, whose perspective is originally

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asking children, like: ←166 |  167→ Tab. 8: Four habits for Smart Education and Social Clustering Skills 1 . Investigation in Making Acquaintance and Beginning: Holistic Learning Set common Rules Together: Trust, Development of Social Capital 2. Together, discuss perspectives: Personalization: Orientation to all Process Participants: Empowerment Listen of Students expectations, discussed supplement their rules, set goals Social 3. Demonstrate empathy: Relationship Communication and Positive Socialization and Experience 4. Invest in recommendations and

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. Development of novel traditions ← 68 | 69 → and symbols supporting cultural change and updating these in the developing education world are important for forming a dynamic culture (Çelik, 2012). It is an undeniable fact for all humanity that we live in the information age. However, the concept of change experienced in all life cycles is becoming a concept that is leaving a mark on our time. Change has two important contemporary dimensions. These are encountered as technology dimension and the intellectual and physical change processes of people and organisations

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as small busi- nesses and individual workers. The market is an important and essential site for investigation, partic- ularly in neoliberal capitalist economies, as scholars note that market val- ues and logic have permeated almost all areas of society in such systems. In addition to political economy critiques, Nick Couldry is critical of neoliber- alism from a sociological perspective, saying that a neoliberal discourse pro- vides the organizing metaphors for contemporary life in capitalist societies. We hear this daily in references to people as ‘consumers