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Repository Additions, December 2019, Cedarville University Dec 2019

Repository Additions, December 2019, Cedarville University

DigitalCommons@Cedarville Monthly Reports

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Digitalcommons@Cedarville Statistical Report For December 2019, Cedarville University Dec 2019

Digitalcommons@Cedarville Statistical Report For December 2019, Cedarville University

DigitalCommons@Cedarville Monthly Reports

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Scholars' Mine Quick Facts December 2019, Nancy S. Krost Dec 2019

Scholars' Mine Quick Facts December 2019, Nancy S. Krost

Scholars’ Mine Statistics

Scholars' Mine Quick Facts are monthly reports of downloads, page hits, and other information about works in the institutional repository of Missouri S&T. A map with downloads by region is also included.


Kesesatan Berpikir Dalam Konteks Hukum Dan Masyarakat: Studi Kasus Politik Elektoral Dan Budaya Media Sosial Di Indonesia, Tanius Sebastian Dec 2019

Kesesatan Berpikir Dalam Konteks Hukum Dan Masyarakat: Studi Kasus Politik Elektoral Dan Budaya Media Sosial Di Indonesia, Tanius Sebastian

Paradigma: Jurnal Kajian Budaya

This article investigates the phenomena of electoral politics and culture of social media in the context of Indonesian law and society through a case study of Jakarta Gubernatorial Election in 2017. The main argument of this article is that the connection between electoral politics and culture of social media shows a fallacious logical thinking in the form of bias and ad populum reasoning. Those two forms of fallacy refer to sectarian politics and ideological polarization. In analyzing the fallacious thinking in some events of the 2017 Jakarta Gubernatorial Election, this article also shows how emotion, anxiety, and hate operate within …


Annual Report 2018 - 2019, Houston Academy Of Medicine - Texas Medical Center Library Dec 2019

Annual Report 2018 - 2019, Houston Academy Of Medicine - Texas Medical Center Library

Annual Reports: 1943 - Present

This file contains the Annual Report for the library from 2018-2019.


Representasi Perempuan Jawa Dalam Serat Wulang Putri: Analisis Wacana Kritis, Atin Fitriana Dec 2019

Representasi Perempuan Jawa Dalam Serat Wulang Putri: Analisis Wacana Kritis, Atin Fitriana

Paradigma: Jurnal Kajian Budaya

The Javanese culture has a specific perspective on the ideal figure of women. This perspective is generally manifested in the classical texts, for example, in Serat Wulang Putri Adisara. Written by Nyi Adisara. Serat Wulang Putri contains the teachings for royal daughters in living their life as Javanese women based on Javanese teachings. In this manuscript, the readers can see the women figure portrayed from the perspective of a woman writer. This paper discusses the ideal women’s discourse in Serat Wulang Putri using the approach of critical discourse analysis from van Dijk. The analysis is conducted by considering the text’s …


Pertarungan Jurnalisme Dan Sastra Dalam Menguak Kebenaran, Dessy Wahyuni Dec 2019

Pertarungan Jurnalisme Dan Sastra Dalam Menguak Kebenaran, Dessy Wahyuni

Paradigma: Jurnal Kajian Budaya

The existence of facts in journalism can be manipulated, while the truth settles in literature. Although both types of writing, namely news texts, which contain facts, and literary texts, which contain fiction, depart from the same reality, the estuary of the truth in it can be different because it is seen from different perspectives and interests. For these various interests, silencing in journalism often occurs. Facts are circumcised, overhauled, and arranged in such a way as to produce new facts. Meanwhile, in literature, facts are packaged using imagination to disguise the truth as if it did not happen. For this …


Masyarakat Jejaring, Media Sosial, Dan Transformasi Ruang Publik: Refleksi Mengenai Fenomena Arab Spring Dan “Teman Ahok”, Satya Anggara, Herdito Sandi Pratama Dec 2019

Masyarakat Jejaring, Media Sosial, Dan Transformasi Ruang Publik: Refleksi Mengenai Fenomena Arab Spring Dan “Teman Ahok”, Satya Anggara, Herdito Sandi Pratama

Paradigma: Jurnal Kajian Budaya

The information technology revolution has produced a network society that Manuel Castells characterizes as space of flows and timeless time. Network logic is inclusive to various dimensions of human life and is exclusive to those who are not involved in the network. In a network society the public sphere is expanding, dynamic and increasingly interactive due to the Internet mediation. The transformation of public space also spreads political power amongst the public. An example is the birth of various volunteer groups that have extensive networks in a short time without face-to-face processes. There have also been various attempts to embrace …


Kosakata Musik Sebagai Ranah Sumber Ungkapan Metaforis, Adityarini Kusumaningtyas, Setiawati Darmojuwono Dec 2019

Kosakata Musik Sebagai Ranah Sumber Ungkapan Metaforis, Adityarini Kusumaningtyas, Setiawati Darmojuwono

Paradigma: Jurnal Kajian Budaya

In Indonesian, music vocabulary is not only used to describe music but also used to express various non-musical concepts. That means music vocabulary has the potential to occupy the source domain in metaphorical mapping. The study aims at describing the vocabulary of music as the source domain of metaphorical expressions in Indonesian and explaining the relation of metaphorical meanings to the music field. The study was qualitative research. The data of the study was collected from the corpus of Indonesian in the Sketch Engine. The data was Indonesian sentences having the vocabulary of nada, melodi, harmoni, and dinamika in which …


Wacana Nasionalisme Kritis Dalam Musik Banyuwangian Pada Masa Orde Baru, Albert Tallapessy, Ikwan Setiawan, Agus Sariono, Eko Suwargono Dec 2019

Wacana Nasionalisme Kritis Dalam Musik Banyuwangian Pada Masa Orde Baru, Albert Tallapessy, Ikwan Setiawan, Agus Sariono, Eko Suwargono

Paradigma: Jurnal Kajian Budaya

This article deals with the representation of critical nationalism discourse in Banyuwangian music in the New Order era. By juxtaposing representation and hegemony theory which emphasizes textual-contextual reading, we will analyze the constructions of local metaphors we assume supporting the establishment of nationalism. Such constructions intertwined with the mobilization of the uniqueness of local cultures that contributed to establishing the national culture through which nationalism got its “nutrition”. However, some songwriters constructed critical nationalism by representing unique metaphors related to the characteristics of subaltern subjects that in the midst of their problems songwriters still have, in their silence, critical view …


E-Journals Usage Among Faculty Members And Students: A Survey, Manjunatha G, Sampath Kumar B T Dec 2019

E-Journals Usage Among Faculty Members And Students: A Survey, Manjunatha G, Sampath Kumar B T

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Abstract

The main aim of the study is to know the use of e-journals among the faculty members and students in engineering college libraries. The results of the study show that the students and faculty members who participated in this survey are aware of e-journals and majority of the respondents used e-journals for study and project dissertation work. Most of the faculty members and students used e-journals in libraries. The survey respondents opined that the e-journals are easy to access and use as compared to print journals. Thus the study recommends that the Engineering college libraries should focus more in …


Review Of Archival Values: Essays In Honor Of Mark A. Greene, Theresa Berger, Scott Lawan Dec 2019

Review Of Archival Values: Essays In Honor Of Mark A. Greene, Theresa Berger, Scott Lawan

Journal of Western Archives

Review of Archival Values: Essays in Honor of Mark A. Greene.


Crisis And Planning In Five European National Libraries, Ana R. Pacios Dec 2019

Crisis And Planning In Five European National Libraries, Ana R. Pacios

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

This study aimed firstly to provide a rough estimate of the effects of the economic crisis on five European national libraries (Austria, Denmark, Malta, Portugal and Spain). Secondarily it sought to establish the possible benefits for these libraries of having a strategic plan during that period. The approach consisted in an online survey targeting the directors of European national libraries with membership in the Conference of European National Librarians. The method was a questionnaire contained 14 structured questions under four major headings designed to gather information on the impact of the crisis, libraries’ response and the measures adopted. It also …


Scientometric Study Of Research Literature Output By Madras Medical College During 1989 -2018, Janarthanan Pichai, Nithyanandam Kannan Dr Dec 2019

Scientometric Study Of Research Literature Output By Madras Medical College During 1989 -2018, Janarthanan Pichai, Nithyanandam Kannan Dr

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Madras Medical College is the one of well-known premier medical institution, situated in Chennai. The data was collected using PubMed database during 1989-2018, there are 646 Publications were found. Analyzed for year wise growth shows 53(8.20%) Publications found during 1989-1993 and Highest 283(43.81%) Publication found during 2014-2018 Authorship pattern shows single author have contributed 35(5.42%), multi author have contributed 611 articles, the mean relative growth rate is 0.0835 and mean doubling time is 14.65. Prolific contributed authors rank 1 occupied by Anand Chockalingam contributed 14(2.16%), 2nd by N, Deivanayagam contributed 13(2.01%),3rd by Ottilingam Somasundaram contributed 12(1.86%). The mean …


Bibliometric Study Of The Journal Of New Marketing Research, Mozaffar Cheshmehsohrabi, Reza Dehkhodaei Dec 2019

Bibliometric Study Of The Journal Of New Marketing Research, Mozaffar Cheshmehsohrabi, Reza Dehkhodaei

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

The objective here is first, to analyze the components of the trends of publishing, topics, methodology, authors status and references to the articles of the subject journal; and, next, to compare the content and structure of this journal with the criteria of new regulations on determining the credibility of the Iranian scientific journals. This study is run through a quantitative content analysis and evaluative methods. The statistical population consists of 372 published articles between 2011 and 2018. The findings reveal that the highest count of articles published in a year with a frequency of 80 is 2014 (21.4%). In …


Application Of Knowledge Management In Academic Libraries: A Swot Analysis, Roseline Bawack Dec 2019

Application Of Knowledge Management In Academic Libraries: A Swot Analysis, Roseline Bawack

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Academic libraries do not operate in a vacuum, they coexist with changes, challenges and competition on all levels, therefore, strategies must be developed to ensure that academic libraries can face these challenges, become more efficient in their operations and be responsible to the needs and demands of their users. To do this requires among others an examination of both the internal library environment and the external environment (Broadhead 1991). Academic libraries must know their internal strengths, take advantage of opportunities, avoid all threats and address weaknesses. SWOT stands for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats. A SWOT analysis of an academic …


Perception Of Faculty On The Usefulness Of Social Networking Tools: A Study Among Christian Arts And Science Colleges, Joicy A. J, Allysornam S Dec 2019

Perception Of Faculty On The Usefulness Of Social Networking Tools: A Study Among Christian Arts And Science Colleges, Joicy A. J, Allysornam S

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

ABSTRACT
Social networking sites play a dynamic role in this information overloaded scenario. Social networking sites are major tools of inspiration to teaching, learning and research in Higher Educational Academic Institutions. The present investigation made an attempt to study the perception of faculty regarding the usefulness of Social Networking Tools. This study has been done among the selected 672 faculty members in 15 Christian colleges in the Kottayam District, Kerala. The result reveals that majority of the respondents are female, Assistant Professors below 35 years of age. It reveals that the usage of WhatsApp/ Facebook is found higher when compared …


Proficiency Of Information Professionals Working In The Government Engineering Colleges In Kerala, India: A Study, Shajihan K.P., Muthumari P Dec 2019

Proficiency Of Information Professionals Working In The Government Engineering Colleges In Kerala, India: A Study, Shajihan K.P., Muthumari P

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

The study investigated the proficiency in human relation skill among the Information professionals working in the Government Engineering Colleges in Kerala. The study based on a questionnaire survey of Information professionals employed in the Government Engineering Colleges. The analysis revealed that the Information Professionals in the Government Engineering Colleges moderately good level in the human relation skill. All the professionals expressed positive attitudes towards keeping a good relationship with their clientele.


Wsac Grant Final Outcomes, Maura Valentino Dec 2019

Wsac Grant Final Outcomes, Maura Valentino

Library Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Say You Want A Renovation: Using Instagram To Document A Library Renovation At Lehman College, John P. Delooper, Michelle Ehrenpreis Dec 2019

Say You Want A Renovation: Using Instagram To Document A Library Renovation At Lehman College, John P. Delooper, Michelle Ehrenpreis

Publications and Research

This paper discusses how the Leonard Lief Library at Lehman College is documenting its renovation via the social media platform Instagram. It discusses the origin of project, why we chose Instagram and how we chose to highlight that social media platform on our Library’s web page. We explain what choices we have made and what strategies we chose to effectively document the renovation. We also discuss the challenges we have encountered, and how we overcame those challenges to reach student audiences in new and engaging ways.


Say You Want A Renovation: Using Instagram To Document A Library Renovation At Lehman College, John Delooper, Michelle Ehrenpreis Dec 2019

Say You Want A Renovation: Using Instagram To Document A Library Renovation At Lehman College, John Delooper, Michelle Ehrenpreis

Urban Library Journal

This paper discusses how the Leonard Lief Library at Lehman College is documenting its renovation via the social media platform Instagram. It discusses the origin of project, why we chose Instagram and how we chose to highlight that social media platform on our Library’s web page. We explain what choices we have made and what strategies we chose to effectively document the renovation. We also discuss the challenges we have encountered, and how we overcame those challenges to reach student audiences in new and engaging ways.


Twitter Use By Academic Libraries In New York State, Sheena Philogene Dec 2019

Twitter Use By Academic Libraries In New York State, Sheena Philogene

Urban Library Journal

Twitter can be a productive tool for academic libraries to use when sharing information, marketing services, and building relationships with students, yet it is difficult to know whether academic libraries are utilizing this platform by creating an independent library account. Furthermore, if academic libraries do have accounts, it is valuable to understand what academic libraries use Twitter for, and what kinds of media they share. The purpose of this study then is to investigate whether academic libraries in New York State (NYS) use Twitter, and if they do, how and why. Based on a sample of 226 academic libraries of …


Technology Safety Audit In Computer Laboratories Using Iso/Iec 17799 : 2005 (Case Study: Ftk Uin Sunan Ampel Surabaya), Muqoffi Khosyatulloh, Nurul Fariidhotun Nisaa, Ilham, M. Kom Dec 2019

Technology Safety Audit In Computer Laboratories Using Iso/Iec 17799 : 2005 (Case Study: Ftk Uin Sunan Ampel Surabaya), Muqoffi Khosyatulloh, Nurul Fariidhotun Nisaa, Ilham, M. Kom

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Management audit is very important for assessment of their information technology management to gain efficient and effective business running process. Information technology security as an effort of internal controlling for risk and threat security minimization, is mainly considered due to all learning and lecturing administration activities use information technology. Allso, the implementation of a number of computer labs to facilitate learning processes and access to information in order to support the lectures and personal development of students To find out how secure technology information is, it is then requiring an audit to make sure everything run based on procedure. Management …


Google Effect And Long Term Memory: A Study On The Perception Of Youth In Kerala, Abdul Gafoor Manningachali, Vinod V. M Dr Dec 2019

Google Effect And Long Term Memory: A Study On The Perception Of Youth In Kerala, Abdul Gafoor Manningachali, Vinod V. M Dr

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Memory is the process of maintaining information overtime. It is the mean through which human experiences are codified in brain and retrieved and utilized at the need. There are various models of memory put forwarded by different theorist. The Atkinson-Shiffrin model (also known as multi store model) is a prominent model, which asserts that human memory has three stages, which are sensory registry stage, short term memory stage and long term memory stage. Some of the information in the short term memory is transferred to long term memory store. The transfer of information from short term to long term memory …


Review Of Science In The Archives: Pasts, Presents, Futures, Emily A. Graham Dec 2019

Review Of Science In The Archives: Pasts, Presents, Futures, Emily A. Graham

Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies

A collection of essays written by members of the Archives of the Sciences Working Group at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Science in the Archives: Pasts, Presents, Futures leads the reader on an exploration of the history of data preservation, data management, and information organization in the sciences. This review examines the themes connecting the essays and considers how researchers and historians of science understand the meaning of archives.


Language Study For Teachers Of Reading Edc 427, Joanna Burkhardt Dec 2019

Language Study For Teachers Of Reading Edc 427, Joanna Burkhardt

Library Impact Statements

No abstract provided.


The Tradition Of Cassava Rice Eating: Communication Patterns Of Sunda Wiwitan Indigenous Families In Cultural Heritage In Cireundeu Village, Cimahi City, West Java, Nanda Utaridah, Antar Venus, Atwar Bajari, Dadang Suganda Dec 2019

The Tradition Of Cassava Rice Eating: Communication Patterns Of Sunda Wiwitan Indigenous Families In Cultural Heritage In Cireundeu Village, Cimahi City, West Java, Nanda Utaridah, Antar Venus, Atwar Bajari, Dadang Suganda

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Abstract

The people of Cireundeu Village are known to hold firm Sundanese wiwitan customs and traditions of ancestral heritage that contain local wisdom. The tradition of eating cassava rice has been carried out by indigenous peoples for a hundred years since 1918 for generations. The process of introducing and applying the tradition of eating cassava rice was started by this traditional family in carrying out the inheritance of giving culture to the village of Cireundeu.

This research uses a qualitative method with a case study approach to three indigenous families in Cireundeu village who have different beliefs and birthplaces. As …


Mapping Inferences From Literature Review In Social Science Research, Vellaichamy Alagarsamy Dec 2019

Mapping Inferences From Literature Review In Social Science Research, Vellaichamy Alagarsamy

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

In the present study summarizes some crucial information on how to write inferences from literature review. The ability to make inferences helps readers develop an understanding of the author's perspective by grasping the subtle underlying meanings in a text. Without inference, readers usually end up translating a text word by word, missing out on the associations an author is trying to make. In the present study summarized that year-wise growth of literature, size of publications, Pattern of authorship, nativity of authors and categorization of review.


Existence Of Media In Implementing The Role Of Watchdog In The Case Of Land Equipment For The Development Of New Yogyakarta International Airport, Gede Moenanto Soekowati, Aceng Abdullah, Evie Ariadne, Oekan Soekotjo Abdullah Dec 2019

Existence Of Media In Implementing The Role Of Watchdog In The Case Of Land Equipment For The Development Of New Yogyakarta International Airport, Gede Moenanto Soekowati, Aceng Abdullah, Evie Ariadne, Oekan Soekotjo Abdullah

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Media is the fourth element of power in four pillars of power in democratic countries. Power in a democratic country not only consists of the government or is called an executive, legislative power, judicial power, and press power.

In this connection, the study carried out is a qualitative study concerning which the press is expected to function as oversight and control of power. Qualitative research is carried out by observing, interviewing, and studying documents. 1. How is the existence of journalism supervision in the practice of journalism in land evictions for NYIA airport? 2. Why do residents of Temon Village …


Paul Otlet And The Ultimate Prospect Of Documentation, Olivier Le Deuff, Arthur Perret Dec 2019

Paul Otlet And The Ultimate Prospect Of Documentation, Olivier Le Deuff, Arthur Perret

Proceedings from the Document Academy

Paul Otlet (1868-1944) has left information science a vast written legacy. He imagined future developments of documentation around new devices. His anticipations have attracted some misunderstandings and criticism. Otlet’s more daring projections were considered utopian but they are best studied in the historical context of his time. We present the relationship between the concepts of documentation and hyperdocumentation, the ultimate prospect of documentation, and the proximity between Otlet’s work and current conceptions of transhumanism in view of his Mundaneum project.