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Robert Boleslaw , Izard, Jerome Kagan, and Robert B. E47 The selected works of R. Zajonc, editor. Unraveling the complexities of social life : a festschrift in honor of Robert B. It is a large generalization of the notion of the Newton polytope of a projective toric variety. It was introduced in passing by Andrei Okounkov in his papers in the late s and early s. Okounkov's construction relies on an earlier result of Askold Khovanskii on semigroups of lattice points. Beside Newton polytopes of toric varieties, several polytopes appearing in representation theory such as the Gelfand—Zetlin polytopes and the string polytopes of Peter Littelmann and Arkady Berenstein—Andrei Zelevinsky can be reali.

Life Sophie Munk was born in Troppau on 26 May Friedrich Adler lived with the family for some time: on the morning that Adler assassinated Austria's prime minister, he sent them a postcard saying he was in good spirits after leaving the house. In the later judgement of Paul Lazarsfeld, "My mother was responsible for destroying three men, my father, Friedrich Adler, and myself. I always say this. She coined the phrase "the courage to be imperfect", first using it at the Second International Congress of Individual Psychology, and e. From to he was a C. Moore Instructor at MIT. He became from to an assistant professor, from to an associate professor, and from to the present a full professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

He has served on the editorial boards of the. Narcotizing dysfunction is a theory that as mass media inundates people on a particular issue, they become apathetic to it, substituting knowledge for action. This would result in real societal action being neglected, while superficiality covers up mass apathy. Thus, it is termed "dysfunctional" as it indicates the inherent dysfunction of both mass media and social media during controversial incidents and events.

The theory assumes that it is not in the best interests of people to form a social mass that is politically apathetic and inert. Lazarsfeld, and Robert K. Social research is a research conducted by social scientists following a systematic plan. Social research methodologies can be classified as quantitative and qualitative.

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Related to quantity. Qualitative designs emphasize understanding of social phenomena through direct observation, communication with participants, or analysis of texts, and may stress contextual subjective accuracy over generality. Related to quality. While methods may be classified as quantitative or qualitative, most methods contain elements of both. For example, qualitative data analysis often involves a fairly structured approach to coding the raw data into systematic information, and quantifying intercoder reliability.

He considered mathematics to be a social activity and often collaborated on his papers, having joint authors, many of whom also have their own collaborators.

Opinion leadership is leadership by an active media user who interprets the meaning of media messages or content for lower-end media users. Typically the opinion leader is held in high esteem by those who accept their opinions. Opinion leadership comes from the theory of two-step flow of communication propounded by Paul Lazarsfeld and Elihu Katz. Merton, C. Wright Mills and Bernard Berelson. Types Merton[3] distinguishes two types of opinion leadership: monomorphic and polymorphic. Typically, opinion leadership is viewed as a monomorphic, domain-specific measure of individual differences, that is, a person that is an opinion leader in one field may be a follower in another field.

The technicia. The multi-step flow theory assumes ideas flow from mass media to opinion leaders before being disseminated to a wider population.

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This theory was first introduced by sociologist Paul Lazarsfeld et al. These leaders tend to influence others to change their attitudes and behaviors more quickly than conventional media because the audience is able to better identify or rel. Herta Herzog-Massing August 14, — February 25, was an Austrian-American social scientist specializing in communication studies.

She received her Ph. After a brief period as research assistant to Robert. In classical language, special divisors move on the curve in a "larger than expected" linear system of divisors. The condition to be a special divisor D can be formulated in sheaf cohomology terms, as the non-vanishing of the H1 cohomology of the sheaf of the sections of the invertible sheaf or line bundle associated to D. This means that, by the Riemann—Roch theorem, the H0 cohomology or space of holomorphic sections is larger than expected.

Main theorems of Brill—Noether theory For a given genus g, the moduli space for curves C of genus g should contain a dense subset parameterizing those curves with the minimum in the way of special diviso. In mathematics, Clifford's theorem on special divisors is a result of William K. Statement If D is a divisor on C, then D is abstractly a formal sum of points P on C with integer coefficients , and in this application a set of constraints to be applied to functions on C if C is a Riemann surface, these are meromorphic functions, and in general lie in the function field of C.

Functions in this sense have a divisor of zeros and poles, counted with multiplicity; a divisor D is here of interest as a set of constraints on functions, insisting that poles at given points are only as bad as the positive coefficients in D indicate, and that zeros at points in D with a negative coefficient have at least that multiplicity.

Conventionally the linear system of divis. It is also commonly called an algebraic fiber space, as it is an analog of a fiber space in algebraic topology. By the Stein factorization, any surjective projective morphism is a contraction morphism followed by a finite morphism. Examples include ruled surfaces and Mori fiber spaces. Birational perspective The following perspective is crucial in birational geometry in particular in Mori's minimal model program.

He spent most of his career teaching at Columbia University, where he attained the rank of University Professor.