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Susan Wright and Davydd J. Greenwood

‘their’ university. The report then provided vice chancellors with models that would enable the university to maintain its degree-awarding powers and its charitable (beneficial tax) status, whilst transferring the university’s assets to a new company

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Gal Raz, Giancarlo Valente, Michele Svanera, Sergio Benini, and András Bálint Kovács

analysis. We first tested the validity of the intuitive link between shot-scale categories and the prevalence of face images in our data. Next, we tested whether a shot-scale model would predict shot-scale annotation better than a face-ratio model would

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Technological Animism

The Uncanny Personhood of Humanoid Machines

Kathleen Richardson

How should animism be understood in the early twenty-first century? From Tylor’s description in Primitive Culture ( [1871] 1920 ) to Bird-David’s (1999) critique of it as the ‘failed epistemology’ model of animism, anthropologists have shifted

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Hendrik Paasche, Katja Paasche, and Peter Dietrich

requires the subsequent definition of a current-state or process description model with its theoretical foundation accessible to human cognition and in line with available observations. Since the development of modern science, vast knowledge advancement

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A Vision of the Viewer

Situating Narration in the Fiction Film in the Context of Theories of Narrative Comprehension

Joseph P. Magliano and James A. Clinton

form and the fabula refers to the situation model (e.g., Van Dijk and Kintsch 1983 ), which reflects a representation of what a text is about. Much of the research on narrative comprehension over the past three decades since the publication of Bordwell

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Joseph J. Long

unidirectional models of research ‘translation’ and generate important insights for day-to-day practice. In this way, academic research and practice-based research can be brought into constructive dialogue. Anthropologists are increasingly finding roles outside

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Francesco Maria Scanni and Francesco Compolongo

‘philosophy of praxis’. It can therefore be rediscovered and reinterpreted in light of changes in society and in development models, allowing us to decipher the intricate processes of our times and the social and political responses enacted in turn. Gramscian

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Qihao Ji and Arthur A. Raney

should theoretically heighten the tension between fiction and nonfiction: documentary-style fiction or mockumentaries. The current project tested an initial model of these relationships within this specific entertainment context. Suspension of Disbelief

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Fair Exchange

Utilisation of Working Animals (and Women) in Ancient Mesopotamia and Modern Africa

Jill Goulder

models. For my present study of working animals in the Ancient Near East, direct historical analogy of the use of working animals in the modern Near East would be largely inappropriate, given the minor role of working animals in much of the region today

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Ted Nannicelli

perspectives—music theory, cognitive psychology, and cognitive neuroscience. Following a model of naturalized aesthetics proposed by Murray Smith in Film, Art, and the Third Culture (see the book symposium in Projections 12.2), Justus argues for the