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  • Creating the right ‘vibe’ : emotional labour and musical performance in the recording studio
  • Cultural studies ; Emotion ; England ; Labour ; London ; Materiality ; Music ; Performativity ; Space ; United Kingdom
  • In this paper the AA. focus on how music producers and recording engineers in studios in London perform emotional labour as part of the performative engineering of this musical creativity and performance. Firstly, they consider how producers
  • consumption and substance abuse. They conclude by arguing that recording studios are emotional spaces in which producers and engineers regulate their own emotions by way of managing the emotions of musicians and recording artists as they perform.
  • 2013
  • On the importance of forest assets for micro-firm performance
  • Actifs forestiers ; Entrepreneur ; Entreprise ; Forêt ; Micro-entreprise ; Patrimoine ; Performance économique ; Revenus forestiers ; Suède
  • This research set out to explore the importance of the value of forest holdings owned by entrepre¬neurs for the economic performance of micro-firms, with a hypothesis that assets stemming from forest ownership benefit firms and provide them
  • with financial stability and resilience to economic fluctuations. It shows that forest assets positively and significantly influence firm performance in terms of earnings before interest and taxes, but not in terms of value added. As regards regional variations
  • , firms located outside the metropolitan regions – as compared to those at the top of the urban hierarchy – are likely to perform better, thus indicating that local development may benefit from resource transfers from the forest sector to micro-firms
  • 2013
  • Antipode to terror : spaces of performative politics
  • Pakistan ; Performativity ; Political geography ; Public space ; Space ; Spatial organization ; Violence
  • measures to resist violence should protect the performance of politics in an extended public sphere.
  • 2013
  • Creating geographies of hope through film : performing space in Palestine-Israel
  • Affect ; Cinema ; Conflict ; Cultural geography ; Cultural studies ; Israel ; Palestine ; Performance ; Space ; Space time
  • third space and performance to help create a spatial politics of affect, which may in turn lead to changing perceptions of the Other in conflict regions.
  • 2013
  • Performative vulnerability : climate change adaptation policies and financing in Kiribati
  • Adaptation ; Climate ; Climatic change ; Financing ; Island ; Kiribati ; Pacific Region ; Performativity ; Risk ; Sea level ; Vulnerability
  • produce vulnerability to climate change. By discussing several instances where Government of Kiribati elites are required to enact vulnerability in order to secure climate change adaptation financing, it demonstrates that such encounters are performative
  • 2013
  • Towards an emotional electoral geography : the performativity of emotions in electoral campaigning in Ecuador
  • Ecuador ; Electoral campaign ; Electoral geography ; Emotion ; Ethnography ; Performativity ; Political geography ; Populism
  • . Empiriquement, on s'appuie sur une enquête ethnographique sur le vécu d'une campagne électorale locale dans une ville amazonienne de l’ Equateur. Les performances émotionnelles des politiciens locaux et des femmes et sont comparées à celles de national
  • les performances émotionnelles des différents candidats génèrent les frontières de genre, de race et de classe de différentes façons dans des temps et lieux particuliers.
  • 2013
  • Emerging geography of technological innovation in China's ICT industry : region, inter-firm linkages and innovative performances in a transitional economy
  • significatives dans une économie politique marquée par la marchandisation et la mondialisation. Il n'y a pas de relation significative entre la performance innovatrice des entreprises et l'étendue des liaisons de production.
  • 2013
  • Self-employment and local economic performance : evidence from US counties
  • secteur du travail indépendant, mesurée par la part de la propriété (hors exploitation agricole) dans l'emploi (à taux plein et partiel), sur trois indicateurs-clés de la performance économique.
  • 2013
  • Determinants of the performance of business associations in rural settlements in the United Kingdom : an analysis of members’ satisfaction and willingness-to-pay for association survival
  • Activité économique ; Association ; Confiance ; England ; Entreprise ; Espace rural ; Géographie sociale ; Performance ; Royaume-Uni ; Satisfaction ; Service ; Volonté de payer
  • Les AA. analysent quels sont les déterminants favorisant ou limitant la performance des associations d’entreprises rurales en Angleterre. Ils expliquent qu’en ce qui concerne les petites, il est possible que les adhésions soient plus influencées par
  • les normes sociales que par la logique du choix rationnel. Ils expliquent que l’évaluation du degré de satisfaction et de la volonté de payer pour assurer la survie de l’association permettent de mesurer la performance des associations ce qui les amène
  • révèle contre-productif en matière de développement à long terme et 4-le degré de ruralité n’a aucun impact sur leur performance.
  • 2013
  • (dune/non-dune) is performed by dune type or bulk shape, confirming high performances independently of the way the dataset is analysed. This demonstrates the robustness and adequacy of the automated approach to deal with the large variety of aeolian
  • 2013
  • Ecologies of experience : materiality, sociality, and the embodied experience of (street) performing
  • 2013
  • experience and knowledge ; 4-Situating performative neogeography: tracing, mapping, and performing “Everyone’s East Lake” ; 5-Neogeography and the delusion of democratisation ; 6-Political applications of the geoweb : citizen redistricting ; 7-Augmented
  • 2013
  • Dynamique et performance économique des systèmes de production agricole à base de coton dans les villages de Karaborosso et de Kotoura (Ouest du Burkina Faso)
  • Burkina ; Burkina de l'Ouest ; Coton ; Développement rural ; Performance économique ; Produit agricole ; Système de production
  • 2013
  • Churchill and Roosevelt in Africa : performing and writing landscapes of race, empire, and nation
  • embodied encounters with and representations of imperial landscapes interact in mediating the performance of national and racial subjectivities. The second one is to engage with the current “landscape debate” regarding representational
  • 2013
  • This paper assesses the performance of multi-model ensembles in simulating global land temperature from 1960 to 1999, using Nash-Sutcliffe model efficiency and Taylor diagrams. The future trends of temperature for different scales and emission
  • scenarios are projected based on the posterior model probabilities estimated by Bayesian methods. The results show that ensemble prediction can improve the accuracy of simulations of the spatiotemporal distribution of global temperature. The performance
  • , but its annual assessment of accuracy is relatively weak. The ensemble prediction presents dissimilarly accurate descriptions in different regions, and the best performance appears in Australia. The results also indicate that future temperatures
  • 2013
  • Labour mobility and plant performance : on the (dis)similarity between labour-and capital-intensive sectors for knowledge diffusion and productivity
  • On analyse les différences relatives à l'impact de la composition de la main-d'œuvre et de sa mobilité sur la performance des établissements. On étudie les flux de main-d'oeuvre entre établissements dans et entre les bassins d'emploi de Suède. Il y
  • 2013
  • Evaluating the performance of reservoirs in semi-arid catchments of Tigray : Tradeoff between water harvesting and soil and water conservation
  • The AA. evaluated the performance of 2 micro dams in Tigray by analyzing rainfall characteristics, surface water inflows and combined evaporation and seepage losses. Given the scarcity of reliable meteorological stations, transfer of rainfall data
  • 2013
  • In this article, the authors turn to the twofold understanding of aesthetics found within Marx’s cri-tique of political economy, using this as a lens through which to learn from the practices of insurgent artists and anarchitects as they perform
  • 2013
  • Competitiveness ; Concept ; Firm ; Knowledge ; Organization ; Partnership ; Performativity
  • 2013
  • Tourism index, indicating settlements’ market positions, is based on aggregating the demand and supply databases of tourism market. A novelty of the index’s methodology is that it can indicate tourist performance in different territorial units
  • 2013