Revisiting Stremii: Social Media Crisis Communication During Hurricane Matthew, 2019 University of North Florida
Revisiting Stremii: Social Media Crisis Communication During Hurricane Matthew, Margaret C. Stewart, Cory Young
Social media platforms influence the flow of information and technologically mediated communication during a storm. In 2015, Stewart and Wilson introduced the STREMII (pronounced STREAM-ee) as a six-phase model for social media crisis communication in an eff ort to assist institutions and organizations during unanticipated events, using the crisis of Hurricane Sandy as an applied example. Since the inception of the model, several advancements in social media strategy have revealed the opportunity for further development. This current work presents a revision of the original model, emphasizing the need for ongoing social listening and engagement with target audiences. These aspects of ...
The Soul Of Politics: The Reverend Jim Wallis's Attempt To Transcend The Religious/Secular Left And The Religious Right, Bohn David Lattin, Stephen Underhill
Stephen M. Underhill
Preacher and social activist Jim Wallis has written and spoke out against what he identified as the polarizing effects between the Religious/Secular Left and the Religious Right. His first hook The Soul of Politics: A Practical and Prophetic Vision for Change (1995) reveals Wallis's attempt to create a rhetorical vision that transcends the polarizing political ideologies of the Left and Right. An analysis of Wallis's rhetoric reveals that while his rhetorical goal was laudable the message, built in the form of a jeremiad, lacked consistency and failed to transcend the Frames of Acceptance of both the Left ...
Ouachita Student Foundation Named National Outstanding Student Advancement Organization By Case Asap, 2019 Ouachita Baptist University
Ouachita Student Foundation Named National Outstanding Student Advancement Organization By Case Asap, Rachel Moreno Moreno, Ouachita News Bureau
Ouachita Baptist University’s Ouachita Student Foundation (OSF) was named one of three Outstanding Student Advancement Organizations in the nation by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Affiliated Student Advancement Programs (ASAP) at its national conference and competition, held Aug. 1-3 in Baltimore. The award was presented to Ouachita, Ohio University and University of Missouri out of 700 CASE ASAP member schools.
J. Edgar Hoover, Speech Before The House Committee On Un-American Activities (26 March 1947), 2019 Marshall University
J. Edgar Hoover, Speech Before The House Committee On Un-American Activities (26 March 1947), Stephen M. Underhill
Stephen M. Underhill
J. Edgar Hoover fought domestic communism in the 1940s with illegal investigative methods and by recommending a procedure of guilt by association to HUAC. The debate over illegal surveillance in the 1940s to protect national security reflects the on‐going tensions between national security and civil liberties. This essay explores how in times of national security crises, concerns often exist about civil liberties violations in the United States.
Implementing Stremii: A Practical Guide For Crisis Communication On Social Media During Hurricanes And Natural Disasters, 2019 University of North Florida
Implementing Stremii: A Practical Guide For Crisis Communication On Social Media During Hurricanes And Natural Disasters, Margaret Stewart, Cory Young
This paper details a practical series of recommendations to implement the two ongoing stages of the STREMII model – Social Listening and Responsive Engagement – during a crisis event. First, we outline the original STREMII model, then detail and discuss a revised and updated version of the model. Then, we describe steps for getting started using the STREMII model for social media crisis communication, and, finally, present suggestions for uses of best practice for the model.
We Used To Be Brothers: Partition 1947, 2019 Dartmouth College
We Used To Be Brothers: Partition 1947, Ukasha Farooq
CLAMANTIS: The MALS Journal
No abstract provided.
Momentum Of The Future, 2019 Dartmouth College
Momentum Of The Future, Daniel Affsprung
CLAMANTIS: The MALS Journal
No abstract provided.
Ouachita’S Cross Brandon Participates In Broadway Winds Summer Program In New York, 2019 Ouachita Baptist University
Ouachita’S Cross Brandon Participates In Broadway Winds Summer Program In New York, Rachel Moreno Moreno, Ouachita News Bureau
Ouachita Baptist University’s Cross Brandon, a sophomore instrumental music education major from Little Rock, Ark., was one of 10 participants from around the country selected to study in the Broadway Winds intensive program this summer in New York. The program, held July 14-18, was hosted by New York University Steinhardt’s Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions.
Ouachita’S Annual Spotlight On Arkadelphia Set For Aug. 20, 2019 Ouachita Baptist University
Ouachita’S Annual Spotlight On Arkadelphia Set For Aug. 20, Rachel Moreno Moreno, Ouachita News Bureau
Ouachita Baptist University will host its annual Spotlight on Arkadelphia community showcase on Tuesday, Aug. 20, the first day of the 2019 fall semester. It will be held from 8-9:30 p.m. in Ouachita’s Heflin Plaza and the Student Village circle.
Anticipating Widespread Augmented Reality: Insights From The 2018 Ar Visioning Workshop, 2019 The University of Central Florida
Anticipating Widespread Augmented Reality: Insights From The 2018 Ar Visioning Workshop, Gregory F. Welch, Gerd Bruder, Peter Squire, Ryan Schubert
Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works
In August of 2018 a group of academic, government, and industry experts in the field of Augmented Reality gathered for four days to consider potential technological and societal issues and opportunities that could accompany a future where AR is pervasive in location and duration of use. This report is intended to summarize some of the most novel and potentially impactful insights and opportunities identified by the group.
Our target audience includes AR researchers, government leaders, and thought leaders in general. It is our intent to share some compelling technological and societal questions that we believe are unique to AR, and ...
Effects Of Phonomotor Treatment On Discourse Production, 2019 University of Washington
Effects Of Phonomotor Treatment On Discourse Production, Joann P. Silkes, Gerasimos Fergadiotis, Rebecca Hunting Pompon, Janaki Torrence, Diane L. Kendall
Background: Aphasia is an acquired language disorder that makes it difficult for people to produce and comprehend language, with all people with aphasia (PWA) demonstrating difficulty accessing and selecting words (anomia). While aphasia treatments typically focus on a single aspect of language, such as word retrieval, the ultimate goal of aphasia therapy is to improve communication, which is best seen at the level of discourse.
Aims: This retrospective study investigated the effects of one effective anomia therapy, Phonomotor Treatment (PMT), on discourse production.
Methods & Procedures: Twenty-six PWA participated in 60 h of PMT, which focuses on building a person’s ...
Unraveling The Ethnoterritorial Fix In The Peruvian Amazon: Indigenous Livelihoods And Resource Management After Communal Land Titling (1980s-2016), 2019 Department of Geography. Pennsylvania State University
Unraveling The Ethnoterritorial Fix In The Peruvian Amazon: Indigenous Livelihoods And Resource Management After Communal Land Titling (1980s-2016), Ramzi M. Tubbeh, Karl S. Zimmerer
Journal of Latin American Geography
Indigenous rights organizations in Latin America consider territorial control the paramount condition for the reproduction of indigenous peoples’ cultures, the security of their livelihoods, and the pursuit of autonomy. In the past several decades Latin American governments have increasingly recognized indigenous peoples’ rights to cultural difference and channeled their territorial claims by titling their lands as common property. This “territorial turn” is supported by narratives about indigenous peoples as stewards of the environment. The geographic areas associated with indigenous land titling have increased since the late 1980s. This article presents research based on a case study of present-day livelihoods and ...
A New Materialist Rhetoric: Theorizing Movement From A Rhetorical Ethnography Of Hiking, 2019 University of Maine
A New Materialist Rhetoric: Theorizing Movement From A Rhetorical Ethnography Of Hiking, Bryan Picciotto
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
In the field of rhetoric, conventional concepts of movement depend on dialectical theories of materiality that posit matter is not rhetorical until acted upon by human sign or symbol systems. New materialist philosophy, which considers the dynamism of matter without situating materiality in dialectical relationship to language, provides a theoretical context for reconceptualizing the rhetoricity of movement. Working from a nondialectical approach to materiality, this dissertation theorizes how movement functions rhetorically, specifically within cultural practices of hiking. For this project, I participated in 15+ hikes at state and national parks in Maine, and generated a multimodal archive of 1,000 ...
Raj Soin College Of Business Newsletter - August 2019, 2019 Wright State University
Raj Soin College Of Business Newsletter - August 2019, Raj Soin College Of Business
Raj Soin College of Business Newsletter
A fourteen page newsletter created by the Raj Soin College of Business at Wright State University documenting current affairs of the college.
"I Like . . . Red Bone:" Colorism, Rappers, And Black College Sorority Women At A Predominantly White Institution, 2019 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
"I Like . . . Red Bone:" Colorism, Rappers, And Black College Sorority Women At A Predominantly White Institution, Whitney Frierson
Theses and Dissertations
In this thesis, I examine black college sorority women’s views about skin tone bias in hip-hop culture. I conduct interviews with 12 black undergraduate women in Black Greek Letter Sororities at a predominantly white institution. Prior research finds that rap music sends skin color messages to adolescent women through lyrical content and music videos. I build on this work by exploring how the experiences of being in college shape black college sorority women’s views on skin tone bias and hip-hop. I find that time in college has been an important life stage in which black sorority women gained ...
Design Your Career - Design Your Life, 2019 Liberty University
Design Your Career - Design Your Life, Joshua R. Beal
This research investigates the current plague of unemployment and underemployment that nearly half of qualified individuals in the field of Visual Communications are met with after graduation. Students who major in this field dedicate a tremendous amount of time, money, and energy toward developing a broad skillset that resolves critical matters of communication through visual solutions. Research has demonstrated that despite conditions that are subject to ongoing change of economy, industry, and marketplace there are contributing factors that must be addressed to overcome un/underemployment regardless of circumstances. These include an underdeveloped network of professional contacts, deficiency in recognizing or ...
Dreamers And Donald Trump: Anti-Trump Street Art Along The Us-Mexico Border, 2019 University of Pennsylvania
Dreamers And Donald Trump: Anti-Trump Street Art Along The Us-Mexico Border, Julia Becker
What tools are at hand for residents living on the US-Mexico border to respond to mainstream news and presidential-driven narratives about immigrants, immigration, and the border region? How do citizen activists living far from the border contend with President Trump’s promises to “build the wall,” enact immigration bans, and deport the millions of undocumented immigrants living in the United States? How do situated, highly localized pieces of street art engage with new media to become creative and internationally resonant sites of defiance?
CARGC Paper 11, “Dreamers and Donald Trump: Anti-Trump Street Art Along the US-Mexico Border,” answers these questions ...
Extending The Boundaries Of Supply Chain Transparency: Supplier Monitoring Activity Disclosure, Consumer Evaluations, And Brand Equity, 2019 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Extending The Boundaries Of Supply Chain Transparency: Supplier Monitoring Activity Disclosure, Consumer Evaluations, And Brand Equity, Yanji Duan
Theses and Dissertations
Socially responsible policy makers and consumers are pressuring firms to make their supply chains more transparent by disclosing information about their supplier monitoring activities (SMA). Yet, high monitoring costs and the complexity of supply chains pose challenges for firms to effectively monitor their extended supply chain, including both first-tier and lower-tier suppliers. In order to comprehensively evaluate the net benefit from SMA, it is therefore critical to consider potential effects on drivers of additional revenues that may accrue from the disclosure of SMA to consumers.
Prior research on SMA has examined the associated cost, risk, and supplier relational implications on ...
Representations Of Domestic Workers In Modern Arabic Fiction, 2019 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Representations Of Domestic Workers In Modern Arabic Fiction, Samaher Aldhamen
Theses and Dissertations
In this study, I have examined the representations of domestic workers in a number of Arabic mid-century and contemporary novels, using feminism and intersectionality as my overarching framework. I employed several scholarships of feminism such as Marxist and postcolonial feminism to examine the discourse on working-class women. The initial assumption of this study is that there is a noticeable invisibility of domestic workers in Arabic novels. If these characters manage to find their way into a text, they are typically ahistorical figures whose subjectivity is not centered.
Among the Arabic novels I have examined, I found that the tradition of ...
Gender In Apocalyptic California: The Ecological Frontier, 2019 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Gender In Apocalyptic California: The Ecological Frontier, Marykate Eileen Messimer
Theses and Dissertations
Climate change is the consequence of ideologies that promote human reproduction and resource consumption by sacrificing human justice, nonhuman species, and the land. Both biology and queer ecologies resist this notion of human separation and supremacy by showing that no body is a singular, impermeable entity, that all beings are biologically and inexorably connected. My dissertation demonstrates that fiction writers use this knowledge to locate a utopian vision that can counteract the dystopian impotence of living within climate change. This argument is founded on novels written by women and set in California, a state that uniquely inhabits a utopian and ...