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Handbook of research on entrepreneurship, innovation, sustainability, and ICTs in the post Covid-19 era / Luisa Cagica Carvalho, Leonilde Reis and Clara Silveira

By: Cagica Carvalho, Luísa [autor]Contributor(s): Reis, Leonilde [autor] | Silveira, Clara [autor]Material type: TextTextLanguage: inglés Series: Advances in Business Strategy and Competitive Advantage (ABSCA)Publisher: Estados Unidos de América : IGI Global, 2021Edition: Primera ediciónDescription: xxv, 451 páginas : ilustraciones, gráficas ; 29 cmContent type: texto Media type: sin mediación Carrier type: volumenISBN: 9781799867760; 9781799867784 (ebook)Subject(s): Innovación empresarial -- Estrategia y técnicas -- Manuales | Espíritu empresarial | Innovaciones tecnológicas | Gestión empresarial -- Innovaciones tecnológicas | Desarrollo sostenible -- Innovaciones tecnológicas | Cambio organizacionalDDC classification: 658.4092
Incomplete contents:
Chapter 1. Contextualusung entrepreneurial activity: a paradigm shift in European countries ; Chapter 2. Exploratory and exploitative entrepreneurship ; Chapter 3. Realities of entrepreneurship in the European Union and other world countries: are we prepared for the new paradigm after the pandemic? ; Chapter 4. The Rhetoric of Mass Communication and Media in the Contrastive Sociolinguistics ; Chapter 5. Transformation of diplomacy: digital diplomacy in the pandemic and post-pandemic process ; Chapter 6. Innovation, entrepreneurship, and sustainability for ICT students towards the post-COVID-19 era ; Chapter 7. An empirical study into the impact on innovation and productivity towards the post-COVID-19 era: digital transformation of an automotive enterprise ; Chapter 8. Certified invoicing software: boosting entrepreneurship, innovation, and sustainability in the post-COVID-19 era ; Chapter 9. Entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial ecosystem: effects of COVID-19 and the role of ICTs ; Chapter 10. Management and strategies for digital enterprise transformation: proposal for the utility of neuro-economics in the services of ICT of the exponential ; Chapter 11. Managerial decision support in the post-COVID-19 era: towards information-based management ; Chapter 12. Integrated management platform for homeless people ; Chapter 13. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) in hotels in Austria, Pakistan, and Indonesia: small and medium enterprise spillover of COVID-19 ; Chapter 14. Students' perceptions about E-Learning within the context of the COVID-19 pandemic: a study in Brazil and Portugal ; Chapter 15. Surviving COVID-19 crisis by new business models: a case study of the Indian restaurant industry ; Chapter 16. Exploring the nexus among the business coping strategy: entrepreneurial orientation and crisis readiness – a post-COVID-19 analysis of Pakistani SMEs ; Chapter 17. Ascertaining the interest of women to drive innovation through entrepreneurship post-pandemic: a research study in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) ; Chapter 18. The impact of virtual learning in the Indian Education System
Abstract: In the field of mass communication and media, the use of language has become so versatile that it can help to improve relationship between peoples, but it can somehow have a negative effect on the mutual understanding. Rhetoric makes it clear and persuasive to communicate to make language work for their purposes. Sociolinguistics in the contrastive analysis deals with speech communities and the language use in particular contexts such as dialects or bilingualism in society and language variation and change over time, especially in the post-COVID-19 era. This chapter presents Kenneth Burke's rhetorical theory and William Labov's sociolinguistic method, analyzing genres and registers in the systemic functional linguistics perspective to derive a conceptual framework for the study of news report. The resulting framework provides for the identification of news writing style in mass media and other social networks and its performance in language use regarding the power of words to avoid the ambiguity in situational contexts and to better interpersonal and intercultural communication. Editorial.
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Chapter 1. Contextualusung entrepreneurial activity: a paradigm shift in European countries ; Chapter 2. Exploratory and exploitative entrepreneurship ; Chapter 3. Realities of entrepreneurship in the European Union and other world countries: are we prepared for the new paradigm after the pandemic? ; Chapter 4. The Rhetoric of Mass Communication and Media in the Contrastive Sociolinguistics ; Chapter 5. Transformation of diplomacy: digital diplomacy in the pandemic and post-pandemic process ; Chapter 6. Innovation, entrepreneurship, and sustainability for ICT students towards the post-COVID-19 era ; Chapter 7. An empirical study into the impact on innovation and productivity towards the post-COVID-19 era: digital transformation of an automotive enterprise ; Chapter 8. Certified invoicing software: boosting entrepreneurship, innovation, and sustainability in the post-COVID-19 era ; Chapter 9. Entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial ecosystem: effects of COVID-19 and the role of ICTs ; Chapter 10. Management and strategies for digital enterprise transformation: proposal for the utility of neuro-economics in the services of ICT of the exponential ; Chapter 11. Managerial decision support in the post-COVID-19 era: towards information-based management ; Chapter 12. Integrated management platform for homeless people ; Chapter 13. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) in hotels in Austria, Pakistan, and Indonesia: small and medium enterprise spillover of COVID-19 ; Chapter 14. Students' perceptions about E-Learning within the context of the COVID-19 pandemic: a study in Brazil and Portugal ; Chapter 15. Surviving COVID-19 crisis by new business models: a case study of the Indian restaurant industry ; Chapter 16. Exploring the nexus among the business coping strategy: entrepreneurial orientation and crisis readiness – a post-COVID-19 analysis of Pakistani SMEs ; Chapter 17. Ascertaining the interest of women to drive innovation through entrepreneurship post-pandemic: a research study in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) ; Chapter 18. The impact of virtual learning in the Indian Education System

In the field of mass communication and media, the use of language has become so versatile that it can help to improve relationship between peoples, but it can somehow have a negative effect on the mutual understanding. Rhetoric makes it clear and persuasive to communicate to make language work for their purposes. Sociolinguistics in the contrastive analysis deals with speech communities and the language use in particular contexts such as dialects or bilingualism in society and language variation and change over time, especially in the post-COVID-19 era. This chapter presents Kenneth Burke's rhetorical theory and William Labov's sociolinguistic method, analyzing genres and registers in the systemic functional linguistics perspective to derive a conceptual framework for the study of news report. The resulting framework provides for the identification of news writing style in mass media and other social networks and its performance in language use regarding the power of words to avoid the ambiguity in situational contexts and to better interpersonal and intercultural communication. Editorial.

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