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  • 林 驍, 伊東 栄典
    電気関係学会九州支部連合大会講演論文集
    2015年 2015 巻 10-1P-10
    発行日: 2015/09/10
    公開日: 2018/02/16
    会議録・要旨集 フリー
    ECサイトにおいて,消費者による商品レビューは,商品購入時の判断に有用である。宣伝広告では売り手の意思が入るのに対し,レビューは商品を購入した客の正直な感想であるため信用でき,そのため商品購入の際の重要な判断材料になる。近年,レビューで売り手側の意思が入った宣伝や販売促進である「やらせ」や「ステマ」が発生している。また,商品評価ではない販売会社への誹謗中傷の文章がレビュー欄に記載される場合がある。我々は商品レビューのノイズ除去手法について研究している。今回の論文では,楽天市場における商品レビューを対象に,レビュー文の内容特徴や,投稿行為の特徴を分析した。その結果を報告する。
  • 岩崎 健吉
    地理学評論
    1938年 14 巻 4 号 302-320
    発行日: 1938/04/01
    公開日: 2008/12/24
    ジャーナル フリー
    On the cause of the emigration from Mzab in the “Island” of the desert, Jean Brunhes said “The Mozabites emigrate to the Tell to earn their living and they often grow rich there. They are emigrants who are not moved by great appetites or great desires (like the Anglo-Saxons), since they dream of returning to pass their old age. in their native country in a modest environment. They are not emigrants who are urged on by poverty in the strict sense of the word, for nothing is less poverty-sticker than the Mzab. They form a special class of emigrants who are only because their form of cultivation must be a rich man's cultivation, kept. up at great expense; the poverty that urges them toward the Tell is relative. They are not absolutely all emigrants and they do not all become emigrants; but, among the Mozabites, not to emigrate is to lose caste. In fact they are not outcasts, reduced to poverty, who go to seek their fortune in a more hospitable land”
    The emigrants from the coasts of Kii-Peninsula are exactly as, just described. They went abroad, stimulated by seeing their neigh-bours who emigrated, returning in affluent circumstances, at the. same time exhorted to thoso by emigrants residing abroad and those who have returned home.
    At first the emigrants in Siono-Misaki village (the south end of. Kii-Peninsula) went to Australia in the 16th year of Meiji (1883). as pearl-divers, since when the number emigrants from Siono-Misaki has increased considerable. To-day they. go abroad moved by the prevailing tendency in this village to emigrate. The cause that fostered emigration along the south coast of this peninsula is cause A. (Cause of emigration in my 2nd Report).
    The foregoing facts were established as the result of my geopsychological survey on the south coast of this region.
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