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The Political Domain Goes to Twitter: Hashtags, Retweets and URLs  [PDF]
George Robert Boynton, James Cook, Kelly Daniels, Melissa Dawkins, Jory Kopish, Maria Makar, William McDavid, Margaret Murphy, John Osmundson, Taylor Steenblock, Anthony Sudarmawan, Philip Wiese, Alparsian Zora
Open Journal of Political Science (OJPS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojps.2014.41002
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The argument is twofold. One, the character of political communication on Twitter is sufficiently different from the general character of the Twitter stream, from the firehose, as it is known that political communication should be considered as a separable domain of communication. Specifically, retweets, urls, and hashtags are used far more frequently in political communication than is true for the full stream of messages and that reflects communication which is more interactive than is generally the case. Two, context is needed for characterizing twitter streams. In the case of political communication there are parameters on the use of these tools, which facilitate interactive communication that sets such a context. If most political tweets have retweets or urls between some low bound and a high bound, then one has a way to characterize any specific stream that is being investigated. The analyses will begin the investigation of these parameters.

Save journalism - to what end?
Tobie Wiese
Global Media Journal : African Edition , 2011, DOI: 10.5789/2-2-29
Abstract: I was given a rather sexy heading – 'Forget the rhino, save journalism' – under which to say a few words. I would agree with the assumption that both are under threat, but while most people will have a natural inclination to save an endangered animal I’m not so sure about how many will stand up for the survival of journalism. After all, why do we need journalism? And secondly, it seems to me that much of the woes that journalism is going through at present are self-inflicted. It is often said, also in these turbulent economic times, that when America sneezes, the world gets a cough. It would therefore not be inappropriate to look at some of the cures that have been offered for the condition of journalism in the United States, because many of the trends that first manifested there have already made themselves felt here. To this end I will rely largely on, and refer to, work of the Committee of Concerned Journalists (CCJ), as it has been recorded by Bill Kovach and Tom Rosenstiel, in The Elements of Journalism.
Unterspezifizierte Paradigmen: Form und Funktion in der pronominalen Deklination
Wiese, Bernd
Linguistik Online , 1999,
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De virtuelle verdeners l ringspotentiale – En analyse af Second Lifes egnethed som l ringsplatform for et virtuelt l ringsmilj
Lillian Wiese
L?ring og Medier , 2009,
Abstract: Artiklen er en analyse af Second Lifes egnethed som platform for udvikling af et 3D-online l ringsmilj , der er inspireret af ideerne bag edutainment og pervasive learning. Analysen er hovedsalig baseret p en unders gelse foretaget af studerende p multimediedesigneruddannelsens 3. semester i emnet samfund og teknologi. De studerende fik til opgave at se p betingelserne for kommunikation, socialisering, videndeling og samarbejdsmuligheder p Second Life. I artiklen videregives essenser af de studerendes unders gelse af Second Life, og sammenholdt med egen viden omkring undervisning og onlinel ringsmilj er foretages en analyse, der munder ud i en samlet anvisning med inspiration til et sp ndende, meningsfuldt og engagerende l ringsmilj p Second Life.
Jewish Self-Defense and Black Hundreds in Zhitomir. A Case Study on the Pogroms of 1905 in Tsarist Russia
Stefan Wiese
Quest : Issues in Contemporary Jewish History. , 2012,
Abstract: In a case study, this article re-examines three key aspects of the anti-Jewish pogroms of 1905-1906 in Tsarist Russia: the concept of “Black Hundreds” as the major perpetrators, the question of whether state authorities approved pogrom violence, and finally, the significance of Jewish self-defence. Contemporary observers and subsequently modern scholars as well, interpreted the pogrom in the city of Zhitomir in April 1905 as a classic example of those three characteristics of the entire pogrom wave. However, a close examination suggests that the relevance of “Black hundred” instigators has been grossly overestimated and the ambivalent behaviour of the police and military forces can largely be attributed to structural conditions of their service, such as a lack of personnel, of resources and of competence. Zhitomir’s self defence unit is portrayed as a contentious generational, emotional, and political project which by its very nature as an instrument of socialist activists pursued more objectives than the mere prevention of anti-Jewish violence. Finally, misperceptions regarding the pogroms are explained by the predominance of the pogrom of Kishinev in 1903 as an interpretive template for the ensuing anti-Jewish riots. The article thus provides interpretations that may lead to a more complex picture of pogrom-style violence in the late Russian Empire.
Homenagem de Vida - Heitor Villa-Lobos: o Demolidor índio de Casaca
Bartholomeu Wiese
Em Pauta : Teoria Social e Realidade Contemporanea , 2010,
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Dihedral Galois representations and Katz modular forms
Gabor Wiese
Mathematics , 2004,
Abstract: We show that any two-dimensional odd dihedral representation \rho over a finite field of characteristic p>0 of the absolute Galois group of the rational numbers can be obtained from a Katz modular form of level N, character \epsilon and weight k, where N is the conductor, \epsilon is the prime-to-p part of the determinant and k is the so-called minimal weight of \rho. In particular, k=1 if and only if \rho is unramified at p. Direct arguments are used in the exceptional cases, where general results on weight and level lowering are not available.
On the faithfulness of parabolic cohomology as a Hecke module over a finite field
Gabor Wiese
Mathematics , 2005,
Abstract: In this article we prove conditions under which a certain parabolic group cohomology space over a finite field F is a faithful module for the Hecke algebra of Katz modular forms over an algebraic closure of F. These results can e.g. be used to compute Katz modular forms of weight one with methods of linear algebra over F. This is essentially Chapter 3 of my thesis.
On modular symbols and the cohomology of Hecke triangle surfaces
Gabor Wiese
Mathematics , 2005,
Abstract: The aim of this article is to give a concise algebraic treatment of the modular symbols formalism, generalised from modular curves to Hecke triangle surfaces. A sketch is included of how the modular symbols formalism gives rise to the standard algorithms for the computation of holomorphic modular forms. Precise and explicit connections are established to the cohomology of Hecke triangle surfaces and group cohomology. In all the note a general commutative ring is used as coefficient ring in view of applications to the computation of modular forms over rings different from the complex numbers. This is a "stack-free" version of Chapter 2 of my thesis.
An Application of Maeda's Conjecture to the Inverse Galois Problem
Gabor Wiese
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: It is shown that Maeda's conjecture on eigenforms of level 1 implies that for every positive even d and every p in a density-one set of primes, the simple group PSL_2(F_{p^d}) occurs as the Galois group of a number field ramifying only at p.
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