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Such rheology courses as exist tend to suffer from small audiences and from lecturers who have limited practical experience of the subject.
      
Our goal is to help automate the capture and broadcast of lectures to online audiences.
      
At the same time, developers of language technology would also benefit from exploring the needs of new audiences and new collections.
      
In this paper, we describe some of the audiences affected and technologies to be evaluated and argue for the creation of venues where the application of these technologies to cultural heritage materials can be rigorously evaluated.
      
Presented as regional and global maps, these spatial indicators are ideal communication tools to raise awareness of the condition of the Earth's ecosystems among different audiences.
      
In the second phase, these scenarios were transformed into a theatre play, which was performed for elderly audiences.
      
It starts by reevaluating two traditional dramatic paradigms, Stanislavski's Realism and Brecht's objectivity, and contrasts them with Boal's spect-actor paradigm in which audiences become direct participants in the drama.
      
All of these findings are potentially transferable to other design domains and audiences.
      
Thus the methods can be adapted to the needs of various audiences (medical students, specialists in training, paramedical personnel) and to every material and financial possibilities.
      
Communication using images proves to be the superior way to persuade audiences.
      
Communicating Chemistry: Textbooks and Their Audiences, 1789-1939.
      
The need to address individual components of personal prevention, to target prevention to specific audiences, and to disseminate prevention messages through local channels is discussed.
      
This participant observation study examines some of the definitional and dramaturgical work performed by basketball officials attempting to enforce formal rules in the presence of audiences (e.g., spectators, coaches, players and fellow officials).
      
These areas may be roughly defined as: (a) the analysis of patterns of ownership in professional sports; (b) the analysis of athletic careers within the occupational culture of sport; and (c) the analysis of sports audiences.
      
This criterion for choosing is presented in terms of the relative generality and breadth of intended audiences and the relative openness to criticism of traditions of discourse.
      
Reflections: Disseminating research to popular audiences: The book tour
      
We outline the principal skills that are brought into play by these salespeople to obtain sales and to manage the audiences' quietude.
      
Spanning almost forty years, these documents illustrate changes in how a federal agency legitimated these projects and their negative social impacts to different audiences.
      
and Cuban governments-can inscribe themselves on the micro-social relations between ethnographers and informants in the field, and ethnographers and their audiences at home.
      
In contrast, this study examines the variety of ways that radio programmers answer this question by conceptualizing them as mediators between record companies and radio audiences.
      
 

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