Mediated disclosure on Twitter: The roles of gender and identity in boundary impermeability, valence, disclosure, and stage

@article{Walton2013MediatedDO,
  title={Mediated disclosure on Twitter: The roles of gender and identity in boundary impermeability, valence, disclosure, and stage},
  author={S. Courtney Walton and Ronald E. Rice},
  journal={Computers in Human Behavior},
  year={2013},
  volume={29},
  pages={1465-1474}
}
Article history: Keywords: Self-disclosure Mediated disclosure Communication privacy management Twitter Front/back-stage Followers/followed a b s t r a c t Social media such as microblogs (Twitter™) allow more people to disclose more personal and private information more frequently to more others than ever before. But what is the nature of, and what factors influence, those disclosures? Applying concepts from research and theory on self-disclosure research and microblogging, this study analyses… CONTINUE READING
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