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    • Customer knowledge management: Micro, small and medium - Sized enterprises in Bogotá - Colombia 

      Muriel-Perea, Yasser de Jesús; Díaz Piraquive, Flor Nancy; González-Crespo, Rubén (1); Cortés Puya, Trinidad (1) (Communications in Computer and Information Science, 2019)
      The idea of Customer Knowledge Management (CKM) is quite new, especially linked to operations within an organization. In this context, it is required to recall 80’s worldwide concepts as Customer Relation Ship (CRM) or ...
    • Cyberbullying among adolescents: Psychometric properties of the CYB-AGS cyber-aggressor scale 

      Buelga, Sofía; Postigo, Javier; Martínez-Ferrer, Belén; Cava, María-Jesús; Ortega-Barón, Jessica (1) (International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 05/2020)
      The present study aims to analyze the psychometric properties of the revised version of the Adolescent Cyber-Aggressor scale (CYB-AGS). This scale is composed of 18 items that measure direct and indirect cyberbullying. A ...
    • Cyberbullying and social anxiety: a latent class analysis among spanish adolescents 

      Martínez Monteagudo, María Carmen; Delgado, Beatriz; Inglés, Cándido J.; Escortell-Sánchez, Raquel (1) (International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 02/01/2020)
      Cyberbullying is a common social maladjustment that has negative repercussions on the wellbeing and development of adolescents, but numerous questions remain as to the relationship between cyberbullying and social anxiety ...
    • Cyberbullying durante la pandemia del COVID-19 

      Rodríguez-Murugarren, Antonio (24/02/2021)
      Las restricciones impuestas para combatir la epidemia de la COVID-19 han desplazado significativamente las relaciones sociales de los jóvenes al medio virtual y, con ello, las conductas de acoso y hostigamiento que éstos ...
    • Cyberbullying in adolescents from Ecuador and Spain: Prevalence and differences in gender, school year and ethnic-cultural background 

      Calmaestra, Juan; Rodríguez-Hidalgo, Antonio J.; Mero-Delgado, Oswaldo; Solera Hernández, Eva (1) (Sustainability, 06/2020)
      The aim of this study is to discover the prevalence of cyberbullying among adolescents from Ecuador and Spain, and identify any differences by gender, school year, and ethnic-cultural background. A culturally-diverse group ...
    • Cyberbullying in gifted students: Prevalence and psychological well-being in a Spanish sample 

      González-Cabrera, Joaquín (1); Tourón, Javier (1); Machimbarrena, Juan Manuel; Gutiérrez-Ortega, Mónica (1); Álvarez-Bardón, Aitor (1); Garaigordobil, Maite (International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 02/06/2019)
      The differential characteristics of gifted students can make them vulnerable to cyberbullying. There is very little empirical evidence about cyberbullying and giftedness. In the Spanish context, it is unexplored. The main ...
    • Cyberbullying, psychosocial adjustment, and suicidal ideation in adolescence 

      Iranzo, Begoña; Buelga, Sofía; Cava, María-Jesús; Ortega Barón, Jessica (1) (Psychosocial Intervention, 08/2019)
      Cyberbullying has become a growing social concern among the scientific community and in society in general. The consequences of cyberbullying for the victim are quite serious; many indicators of social maladjustment have ...
    • Cyberbullying, Self-concept and Academic Goals in Childhood 

      Delgado, Beatriz; Escortell-Sánchez, Raquel (1); Martínez Monteagudo, María Carmen; Ferrández-Ferrer, Alicia; Sanmartín, Ricardo (1) (The Spanish journal of psychology, 11/11/2019)
      Cyberbullying has aroused scientific interest given the impact it has on the lives of young people. The present study proposes to analyze the relationship between self-concept (Self-Description Questionnaire I), academic ...
    • Cyberbullying: Technological risk among adolescents 

      Torralba, Eva; Ortega-Barón, Jessica (1); Buelga, Sofía (Technological and Digital Risk: Research Issues, 01/2020)
      he general content of this chapter focuses on the technological risks that underlie the technological era and the consequences of inappropriate use by some population groups with a low perception of the risk of their actions ...
    • Cybervictimization, Self-Concept, Aggressiveness, and School Anxiety in School Children: A Structural Equations Analysis 

      Escortell-Sánchez, Raquel (1); Delgado, Beatriz; Martínez-Monteagudo, María C. (International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 10/2020)
      The rapid increase in cases of cybervictimization amongst children has led researchers to examine the psychoemotional factors related to cyberbullying behavior, in an attempt to prevent and minimize its impact. The objective ...
    • CYSAS-S3: a novel dataset for validating cyber situational awareness related tools for supporting military operations 

      Daton Medenou, Roumen (1); Calzado Mayo, Victor Manuel; Garcia Balufo, Miriam; Páramo Castrillo, Miguel; González Garrido, Francisco José; Luis Martinez, Alvaro; Nevado Catalán, David; Hu, Ao; Sandoval Rodríguez-Bermejo, David; Maestre Vidal, Jorge; Pasqual De Riquelme, Gerardo Ramis; Berardi, Antonio; De Santis, Paolo; Torelli, Francesco; Llopis Sanchez, Salvador (ACM International Conference Proceeding Series, 2020)
      The lack of suitable datasets and evaluation processes entails one of the most challenging gaps on the digital transformation era, where data-driven solutions like machine learning algorithms constitute a key pillar of the ...
    • (d)Eficiencia en el uso del smartphone y las redes sociales en la acción pastoral de los agentes de la Iglesia de Aragón 

      Fandos-Igado, Manuel (1); Ordoñez-Fernández, Feliciano-Francisco (1); Pérez-Escoda, Ana (1) (Revistas - Revista Mediterránea de Comunicación, 07/2018)
      El presente trabajo responde a la necesidad de determinar el uso que hacen de las redes sociales (RRSS) los agentes pastorales de la Iglesia católica aragonesa en sus tareas pastorales y evangelizadoras. Es un estudio ...
    • Dalí en el Reina Sofía: espectáculo para las masas 

      Rayón, Fernando (Nueva Revista, 06/2013)
      La segunda exposición más vista de la historia del Centro Pompidou fue Dalí, que ahora se traslada al Reina Sofía. Se prevé que esta supere o, al menos iguale, a la francesa, algo de lo que el propio Dalí se congratularía. ...
    • Daniel Innerarity: “La democracia en Europa” 

      Santamaría, Francisco (Nueva Revista, 08/06/2018)
      Reseña del libro “La democracia en Europa” de Daniel Innerarity, por Francisco Santamaría. Galaxia Gutenberg, Barcelona, 2017, 382 págs.,
    • La Danza y la Dramatización como vía para mejorar la psicomotricidad y la expresividad en Educación Física 

      Pitarch-Rosas, Vanesa (26/06/2015)
      El trabajo de fin de grado que se presenta a continuación es una propuesta de intervención educativa, en la que se defiende que la Danza y la Dramatización se pueden emplear en el área de Educación Física para mejorar el ...
    • El daño informático 

      Garau-Garau, Eliana (04/2019)
      El objetivo de este trabajo de fin de grado es realizar un análisis en profundidad sobre el delito de daños informáticos. En un primer momento analizaremos el contexto socioeconómico y histórico en el cual la intervención ...
    • DAR-Productos y servicios agropecuarios ambientalmente sostenibles 

      Robayo -Triviño, Diego Alejandro (16/02/2017)
      Con este proyecto se busca crear una empresa de investigación y transferencia de biotecnología agropecuaria, que integre sistemas de producción pecuarios, agrícolas y forestales, con procesos de investigación, dentro de ...
    • Darío, el último libertador de América 

      Barcia, Pedro Luis (Nueva Revista, 10/2016)
      En 2016 se está conmemorando el centenario de la muerte de Rubén Darío, cuya significación en la historia de la literatura en español es imposible pasar por alto. Nueva Revista ha encargado a Pedro Luis Barcia, eminente ...
    • Data Science Techniques for COVID-19 in Intensive Care Units 

      Muñoz Lezcano, Sergio (1); López Hernández, Fernando Carlos (1); Corbi, Alberto (1) (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence, 12/2020)
      Data scientists aim to provide techniques and tools to the clinicians to manage the new coronavirus disease. Nowadays, new emerging tools based on Artificial Intelligence (AI), Image Processing (IP) and Machine Learning ...
    • DataCare: Big Data Analytics Solution for Intelligent Healthcare Management 

      Saez, Yago; Baldominos Gómez, Alejandro; Rada, Fernando (International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Artificial Intelligence (IJIMAI), 03/2018)
      This paper presents DataCare, a solution for intelligent healthcare management. This product is able not only to retrieve and aggregate data from different key performance indicators in healthcare centers, but also to ...