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Persuasive message strategy for international development campaigns: A theoretical application of the Galileo spatial-linkage model
This dissertation explores a persuasive communication strategy for international development campaigns (IDCs) by considering the interattitude structures of the target audiences using the Galileo spatial-linkage model. ...
The program of architecture is understood by how we anticipate architecture to function. This thesis will explore how a simple reactive architecture using light sensors, actuators, and basic programming models challenges ...
Context / recontext
Context is comprised of many interconnected and omnipresent aspects. As a result context has the potential to be understood in a preconceived manner. A danger lies in context being almost innate, in that it has the potential ...
Moving vertically: A research method, grounded in the social sciences, about the built environment's influence on social integration
Paradigms have emerged pertaining to the theory of person-environment relationships specific to people with mobility conditions. Disability, according to the social model, is not a function of the person but of the ...
Essays on virtual ego development
This dissertation proposes a new paradigm that may lay the groundwork for analyzing various aspects of online users' behaviors. The main idea of this paradigm is that a user's behavior in a virtual society is the projection ...