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  title={MASTER’S THESIS},
  author={Ali Karimi},
Web mediated communications revolutionized traditional social interactions. It is designed to facilitate information exchange between individuals and to enable people to connect with friends, family, classmates etc. virtually. By the formation of virtual communities, “web mediated communication” is defined as a wider concept known as “social media”. Social media enhances the volume of communications and interpersonal interactions based on the power of web 2.0 technology. People join to the… 

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