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Arab peoples with different dialects understand each other shows Arab The Voice08th December 2022
Through analysis of Arab The Voice, which is shown throughout the Arab world, Mona Farrag Attwa examined how Arabs from diverse communities, with their own dialect, history, politics and culture, communicate with each other. The dialects are very different, but written Arabic is the same everywhere. Mona Farrag Attwa will receive her doctorate on December 12.
Visual online posts with brand reference only effective if creator is known to recipient01st December 2022
In recent years, the popularity of visual social media has grown rapidly. These platforms allow users to share their lives with a large online audience by posting photos. These photos regularly include a brand, such as when the person in the photo is wearing branded clothing or posing with a branded product, such as a beer on the terrace. Annemarie Nanne argues that brand recommendation is only effective if the recipient knows the sender. She will receive her doctorate on December 2.
Fred Atilla wins Unilever Research Prize for research on growing negative emotions by corona on Twitter28th November 2022
Cognitive psychologist Fred Atilla has won the Unilever Research Prize 2022 for his research on how attention to and emotions about the approaching corona epidemic changed among Twitter users during the first few months of the pandemic. Physical distance from a corona hotspot was found to influence both public attention and sentiment among Twitter users. Atilla teaches machine learning in the humanities faculty. The prize of 2,500 euros with a work of art was presented November 24 in Wageningen.