Improving Quality of Life via Blogs and Development of a Virtual Social Identity

@inproceedings{Sanders2007ImprovingQO,
  title={Improving Quality of Life via Blogs and Development of a Virtual Social Identity},
  author={G. Lawrence Sanders},
  year={2007}
}
This study explores the link between blog use and global quality of life satisfaction as subjective well-being. This study posits that blogging enhances social interactions between online users, which will develop their own virtual social identity. It is also proposed that the development of a virtual social identity will motivate people to expand their online social networks which will in turn result in their global life satisfaction. A survey was conducted involving 173 subjects. We found… CONTINUE READING

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