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Social networking sites and cyberdemocracy: A new model of dialogic interactivity and political moblization in the case of South Korea
The primary purpose of this study is to test whether dialogic interactions via SNSs can help revive political participation and help citizens to become involved in real-world politics. In a Tocquevillian sense, this study ...
An Empirical Investigation on Increasing HIPAA Compliance
HIPAA noncompliance has become an increasingly regular occurrence throughout the healthcare industry, which leads to practitioners seeking ways to minimalize this never ending internal threat of HIPAA violations. Healthcare ...
Deterrence and Risk Preferences in a Sequential Attacker-Defender Game with Continuous Defense Effort
Most attacker-defender games consider players as risk-neutral, whereas in reality attackers and defenders may be risk-seeking or risk-averse. This research studies the impact of players' risk preferences on their equilibrium ...
The Semantics of Optionality
For every participant role filler in an utterance, speakers must choose to leave it bare (e.g., "the interviewer") or to modify it (e.g., "the interviewer on Fresh Air"). Their decision is the end result of a combination ...
Agent-based Modeling of Social Influence, Traffic Patterns, and Warning Strategies during Hurricane Evacuation
As coastal populations experience the growing threat of hurricanes as a consequence of global climate change, research on hurricane evacuation has drawn increasing attention from scientists, emergency management planners, ...
3-D printed flow-model tests of novel retrievable asymmetric stent flow diverters
This research introduces a novel device for the treatment of intra-cranial aneurysms (ICAs). Although the traditional endovascular devices to treat cerebral aneurysms such as coils and intracranial stents have served well, ...