A content analysis of pedophile manuals
تجزیه و تحلیل محتوای کتابچه های راهنمای pedophile -2020
Of great concern is the existence of instructional manuals circulating online that provide pedophiles with guidance on how to sexually abuse children. To better understand the role this material may play in the exploitation of children, the United States Marshals Service‟s Behavioral Analysis Unit conducted a qualitative analysis on the content of all known pedophile manuals. From the cumulative content of these manuals we derived a model of victim selection and identified specific strategies used by this population to harm children. The manuals reveal that while external situational factors are given consideration during victim selection, the internal vulnerabilities of the victim are emphasized for active exploitation. The graphic content found within the documents and the ability to obtain these manuals anonymously exacerbate the danger these manuals pose by reinforcing cognitive distortions, fostering networking opportunities, and normalizing the sexual abuse of children. The “education” provided in the manuals may also bolster pedophilic identification as well as increase criminal efficacy. In the current paper we present important insights we obtained about the mentality and methodologies of pedophiles and other individuals interested in sexually exploiting children.
Keywords: pedophilia | manual | victim selection | distortions | sex offender | grooming | child exploitation
Identification of drivers, benefits, and challenges of ISO 50001 through case study content analysis
شناسایی درایورها ، مزایا و چالشهای ISO 50001 از طریق تجزیه و تحلیل محتوای موردی-2020
An expanding body of research is defining drivers, benefits, and challenges of adopting ISO 50001 energy management systems. The Clean Energy Ministerial’s Energy Management Leadership Awards program requires ISO 50001-certified organizations to develop case studies of their implementation experience. 72 recent case studies spanning multiple economic sectors provide a unique global look at implementation from certified organizations’ perspectives. This dataset was investigated through content analysis of phrases related to motivations and goals, the role of management and the organization, benefits achieved, keys to success, and challenges. This paper presents findings from this quantitative analysis of “codes” assigned to phrases that capture their meaning. While organizations adopted ISO 50001 for different motives and saw myriad benefits beyond energy savings and associated greenhouse gas emissions reductions, commonalities exist. The most frequently identified drivers are existing values and goals, environmental sustainability, and government incentives or regulations. Findings also include: obtaining and sustaining top management support is critical; top benefits mentioned are cost savings, productivity, and operational improvements; and the primary barrier is lacking a culture of energy management. Policymakers and others looking to accelerate ISO 50001 uptake can use these findings to highlight benefits and incentives that will resonate with corporate decisionmakers worldwide
Keywords: Energy management | ISO 50001 | Content analysis | Energy savings | Greenhouse gas emissions
In the absence of a main attraction : Perspectives from polar bear watching tourism participants
در غیاب یک جذابیت اصلی: دیدگاه های شرکت کنندگان گردشگری خرس قطبی-2020
Wildlife watching tourism has recently received more attention in the tourism literature. However, research is still needed on participants’ perceptions on the unpredictable nature of wild animals as main attractions. Information on this topic may help providers keep participants satisfied in the absence of wildlife and move away from exploitative practices sometimes used to guarantee close encounters. Using polar bear tourism as a case study, content analysis of TripAdvisor reviews from Churchill (Canada) and Svalbard (Norway) was used to examine participants’ comments on unpredictable wildlife and reactions when polar bears were not found. Findings indicate that to keep participants satisfied, wildlife watching tourism providers should focus on more controllable parts of the experience, such as high-quality guiding, expectations management, and secondary, more guaranteed side activities. They should also make the most of the natural surroundings, other wildlife in the area and signs of the focal species when encountered.
Keywords: Social media content analysis | Wildlife tourism | Tour guides’ role | Wildlife unpredictability | Tourist perceptions | TripAdvisor | Tourism management
تحلیل خط مبنا سیستم بازیابی ثبت وقایع سنتی و واقعیت مجازی
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ضبط رسانه ای مستمر از طریق ابزارهای پوشیدنی اخیرا یکی از معروف ترین روش ها برای ثبت جامع تمامی تجارب زندگی فرد است که در جامعه تحقیقاتی ثبت وقایع زندگی نام دارد. این مجموعه گسترده چند وجهی شامل داده های بصری و حسگر دیگر بوده و با تحلیل محتوی غنی سازی می گردد تا تجربه زندگی فرد به طور گسترده ثبت گردد. به هر حال این مجموعه داده ها زمینه تحقیقاتی فعال هستند و علی رغم پیدایش فناوری جدید و انواع ابزارهای رقابتی برای پردازش اطلاعات دیجیتال، تاکید کمی بر سکوهای نوپدید از جمله واقعیت مجازی شده است. در این اثر، نظر ما این است که افزایش در ابعاد مکانی و پوشیدگی فراهم شده از سوی واقعیت مجازی می تواند مزایای عمده برای کاربران در مقایسه با روش های دسترسی سنتی فراهم آورد. لذا واقعیت مجازی را به عنوان روش پایدار کاوش در آرشیوهای چند رسانه (به ویژه ثبت وقایع زندگی) در نظر می گیریم و تحلیل تطبیقی خط مبنا با نمونه بارز نرم افزار تازه انجام می دهیم. این نرم افزار برای اچ.تی.سی وایو ایجاد شده و نمونه بارز سنتی برای رایانه شخصی استاندارد ایجاد می گردد.
واژگان کلیدی: ثبت وقایع | واقعیت مجازی | بازیابی اطلاعات.
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A systematic review on green human resource management: Implications for social sustainability
یک بررسی منظم در مدیریت منابع انسانی سبز: پیامدهای پایداری اجتماعی-2020
This article identifies current progressions and research gaps in Green Human Resource Management literature and investigates the future of green practices in meeting the social sustainability requirements of an organisation. Considering the growing awareness on greening and sustainability, a systematic review of the domain specific literature was carried out using the Scopus and Google Scholar databases which resulted in a set of 174 scientific articles between 1995 and 2019. NVivo Plus software version 12 was used for quantitative processing as well as qualitative analysis of data. Content coding and cluster analysis were performed, the results of which exhibited three clusters namely, green human resource management practices, employee green behaviour at workplace and organisational sustainability. Further manual analysis revealed social sustainability to be the least explored area than economic and environmental pillars of sustainability. From this, the authors conceptually explored a theoretical model suggesting the mediational role of ‘employee green behaviour at workplace’ in the relationship between ‘green human resource management practices’ and ‘social sustainability’ of organisations using grounded theory approach. Therefore, prioritising social equity, health, wellness and well-being, this work examines the state-of-the-art in green human resource management research to unravel the enormous potential of core green practices envisioning social sustainability, which has not been established till date. Based on the content coding, clustering, and further analysis, propositions, future paths and implications are also presented.
Keywords: Green human resource management | practices | Employee green behaviour at workplace | Organisational sustainability | Sustainable human resource management | Social sustainability | Content analysis
Exploring entrepreneurship related to the sustainable development goals - mapping new venture activities with semi-automated content analysis
کاوش در مورد کارآفرینی مرتبط با اهداف توسعه پایدار - نقشه برداری از فعالیت های جدید با تجزیه و تحلیل محتوای نیمه خودکار-2020
It is widely agreed that humanity faces major sustainability challenges that require immediate action. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) are the most recent political call for action in this direction. In this study, we examine what role entrepreneurship in Germany plays in achieving the German SDGs. Thus, we pick up the discussion on sustainable entrepreneurship as a lever for change and search for empirical evidence that entrepreneurs in Germany identify and develop opportunities along the entire SDG spectrum. For our study, we examined a total of 193 venture competitions in Germany, collected data on a total of 588 rewarded ventures and used a semi-automated content analysis process to allocate those ventures to the main 17 SDGs based on their business activities. With our work offer a scalable and repeatable approach to map SDG related activity of new ventures, and we provide a detailed analysis of Germanys entrepreneurship landscape along the 17 SDGs. We found a very heterogeneous distribution of entrepreneurial activities along the goals, but also signiﬁcant correlations between multiple goals that are frequently addressed jointly. Contrasting entrepreneurial activity along the SDGs with the national overall SDG performance of Germany we identiﬁed multiple SDGs that are rarely addressed by entrepreneurs despite strong needs for improvements. The identiﬁed patterns constitute a starting point for additional research on the potential of SDG related entrepreneurship and they direct policy makers and entrepreneurs where they can make the largest contribution to the SDGs.© 2019 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Keywords: Entrepreneurship | Sustainable development goals | Startups | Content analysis
Bringing an entrepreneurial focus to sustainability education: A teaching framework based on content analysis
ایجاد تمرکز کارآفرینی بر آموزش پایداری: چارچوبی برای آموزش مبتنی بر تحلیل محتوا-2020
Research on sustainability education has neglected to integrate entrepreneurial skills into other relevant competences such as foresight, complex problem-solving, and interdisciplinarity. Previous research highlights possible convergences between sustainability education and entrepreneurship education; however, it does not address how to achieve this integration in practice. To address the gap between the literature and practice, this paper tackles the question: How can entrepreneurial competences be taught in sustainability education programs in higher education? We introduce a teaching framework based on a bibliometric method that combines topic-modeling with a content-analysis of selected articles. The focus of the analysis is the commonalities of both educational ﬁelds. Our results introduce a program for entrepreneurial-oriented sustainability education, providing a description of the educational focus, teaching-learning approaches, main themes, and external collaboration. The framework proposes educational for sustainable development across educational programs while implicitly addressing complex community problems through the development of solutions that can change the ways business and consumers relate with sustainability issues. These results contribute to the sustainability education literature by integrating the development of entrepreneurship competences into interdisciplinary pro- grams. The framework could also be used as a practical guide for designing courses, at both the undergraduate and graduate level, that integrate both sustainability and entrepreneurship.© 2019 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Keywords: Bibliometric | Sustainability education | Entrepreneurship education | Sustainable development goals | Teaching framework | Higher education
Do international marketing simulations provide an authentic assessment of learning? A student perspective
آیا شبیه سازی بازاریابی بین المللی ارزیابی معتبر از یادگیری ارائه می دهد؟ دیدگاه دانشجویی-2020
This paper seeks to determine whether international marketing simulations provide an authentic assessment of learning. The principles of authentic assessment dictate that assigned learning activities be aligned with the attitudes, skills and knowledge that students will be required to demonstrate in the real world. Research on the application of authentic assessment principles in management education is limited and most of the works that have examined the issue have done so from the perspective of the educator, not the student. A content analysis was undertaken of 122 final reports submitted by teams participating in an online international marketing simulation. The results demonstrate that the simulation provided students with opportunities for reflection and the development of an understanding of the real world of international marketing, with all its complexities and challenges. The simulation also allowed students to receive feedback, correct mistakes and gain an appreciation of the varied activities that contribute to the achievement of an overall objective. Students did not, however, appreciate the transferability of skills acquired in the simulation to other domains of knowledge. Similarly, the final reports did not reflect a significant appreciation of the communication and collaboration benefits that simulations should provide. Further, provision of instructional support was shown to have no impact on students perceptions of the simulations authenticity.
Keywords: Authentic assessment | International marketing simulation | Business simulation | Learning | Marketing education | Scaffolding | International marketing | Management education
How can the maritime industry meet Sustainable Development Goals? An analysis of sustainability reports from the social entrepreneurship perspective
صنعت دریایی چگونه می تواند اهداف توسعه پایدار را برآورده کند؟ تجزیه و تحلیل گزارش های پایداری از دیدگاه کارآفرینی اجتماعی-2020
Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs) are a comprehensive agenda agreed upon globally that aims to stimulate actions towards economic, environmental and social sustainability. Being one of the key stakeholders, the international maritime industry plays an important role in contributing to global sustainability. By applying the concept of social entrepreneurship (SE), this study aims to examine (1) the basic and extended responsibilities (SDG 1–SDG 16) and (2) the potential collaborations within the value chain (SDG 17) concerning SDG implementation in maritime industry. To achieve these, we conduct a content analysis of sustainability reports published by container shipping liners and terminal operators from 2016 to 2019. More specifically, manual text classification is adopted to categories the text content of sustainability reports based on 17 SDGs, and automatic text mining is employed to further identify the key roles of maritime industry related to each SDG. A unified framework is proposed, which points to varied motives and levels of comprehensiveness of the sustainability efforts by the maritime industry. This framework reveals the theoretic process of maritime industrys transitional involvement in sustainability from the SE perspective. It also creates managerial implications regarding the re- source allocation strategies by maritime industry in meeting SDGs.
Keywords: Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) | Maritime Container shipping | Social entrepreneurship | Limited/extended view of corporate citizenship | Text mining
Rehabilitation Intervention in an Ice Hockey Context: What Changes under the Helmet
مداخله توانبخشی در زمینه هاکی روی یخ: آنچه در زیر کلاه ایمنی تغییر می کند-2020
Most studies of sport-based interventions in rehabilitation settings with youth with disruptive behaviors look at their effects. To our knowledge, there are few studies of the processes by which these interventions allow participants to benefit from them. This article looks at the process of therapeutic change based on the subjective theories concept and is inspired by the significant events approach. The participants are five young people receiving services under the Youth Protection Act or the Youth Criminal Justice Act for adolescents who took part in a rehabilitative intervention in an ice hockey context. All of these young people have experienced early relational traumas. A semi-structured interview on the highlights of their participation was conducted at the end of the activity. A qualitative content analysis aimed at identifying psychological changes and an interpretative phenomenological analysis intended to explore their experience in the intervention revealed psychological changes and linked them to significant events. The results support the idea that psychological change is a singular process. In order to capture the clinical significance, the results were linked to Winnicotts theoretical elaboration of the parent-child relationship in the context of early relational trauma.
Keywords: sport-based interventions | rehabilitation | disruptive behaviors | therapeutic change | significant events