Digital Relationships in the "MySpace" Generation: Results From a Qualitative Study

@article{Dwyer2007DigitalRI,
  title={Digital Relationships in the "MySpace" Generation: Results From a Qualitative Study},
  author={Catherine Dwyer},
  journal={2007 40th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS'07)},
  year={2007},
  pages={19-19}
}
A qualitative study was conducted to explore how subjects use social networking sites and instant messenger to engage in interpersonal relationships. The results were used to develop a preliminary framework that models how attitudes towards privacy and impression management, when mediated by technology, translate into social interactions. This paper begins with a review of relevant literature, then describes the experimental design, summarizes the results, introduces the framework, and finishes… CONTINUE READING

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