Essays about: "perception"

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  1. 1. The Swedish policy framework for Forest Ecosystem Services : a study of integration of objectives, policy instruments and local actor’s knowledge about policies and policy objectives

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Forest Economics

    Author : Karolina Tanse; [2021]
    Keywords : energy; climate; forest; nature conservation; policy analysis; policy implementation; policy perception; stakeholders; beslutsfattande; policyimplementering; policyintegrering; skogliga ekosystemtjänster; Sverige;

    Abstract : Paper 1 There is a trend towards intensification of forest use in many European countries, fuelled by an increased demand for forest products and services, driven by the global population, income growth and an increasing per capita consumption of forest products and forest ecosystem services, and politically promoted by a shift towards a bio-based economy. Based on the assumption that decisions on forest management relate to synergies—e. READ MORE

  2. 2. The relationship between innovation and creative climate: A quantitative study on the effects of creative climate dimensions on individual innovation behaviour

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Graduate School

    Author : Giulia Ortisi; [2020-10-15]
    Keywords : innovation; innovation output; innovation performance; creativity; creative climate; innovation measurements; individual behaviour; individual innovation; individual creativity;

    Abstract : The aim of the research is to define which type of statistical relationship exist between the independent variables of creative climate and the dependent variable of innovation output on the individual level, and therefore defined as individual innovation behaviors. The research is assessed through quantitative study and the tool chosen to collect the data is a survey, whose aim is to measure how companies manage creative climate within their organizations and which type con effects this has on the individuals’ innovation behaviors. READ MORE

  3. 3. ‘Exploring the Nexus between Framing and Conflict Resolution’: The Rohingya Conflict and the Limitations of the ‘ASEAN Way’

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för globala studier

    Author : Miroslava Grausová; [2020-10-08]
    Keywords : ASEAN; Conflict Resolution; Document Analysis; Framing; Rohingya Conflict;

    Abstract : The central aim of this study is to explore ASEAN’s approach to the resolution of the Rohingyaconflict between 2017-2020. The approach of the Association to the resolution of the conflictis investigated through a thorough analysis of the body’s “frame package” – a cluster of implicitand explicit frames applied by the Association to convey its perception on the conflict and thepaths to its resolution. READ MORE

  4. 4. PREVENTIVE STRATEGIES AGAINST STUDENT DROPOUT IN SECONDARY SCHOOL IN NACHINGWEA DISTRICT- TANZANIA

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för pedagogik och specialpedagogik

    Author : Douglas Kinyagu; [2020-09-08]
    Keywords : Student dropout; Preventive strategy; Secondary school education;

    Abstract : Aim: The general purpose of this study is to examine perception and experience of schoolstaff concerning formal and informal preventive strategies undertaken to reduce studentdropout problem in secondary school in Nachingwea District – Tanzania.Theory: In order to understand the formal and informal preventive strategies undertaken byschool staff against student dropout problem at secondary school inNachingwea District -Tanzania, the current study is adopted Tinto’s model ofinstitutional departure (1993) as a theoretical perspective throughout the currentstudy. READ MORE

  5. 5. Gender dynamics in media-driven belief polarization - disentangling reinforcing processes behind media usage and perception of societal issues

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för journalistik, medier och kommunikation

    Author : Lisa Axelsson; [2020-08-19]
    Keywords : Reinforcing spirals; selective exposure; media effects; alternative media; gender gap; interpersonal communication; belief polarization;

    Abstract : In academia as well as in mainstream media, people are voicing concern that a fragmented media environment, entailing an immense increase of alternative media, may motivate selective exposure, in turn leading to increasingly polarized perceptions of society among the public. Consulting the theory of reinforcing spirals (RSM), there is ample evidence for a reciprocal relationship between selective media exposure and sociotropic beliefs – potentially sparking polarization dynamics. READ MORE