• Sociology
  • Published 2013

Privacy, self-disclosure and self-image of Spanish teenagers on social networking sites: the case of Fotolog

@inproceedings{Crescenzi2013PrivacySA,
  title={Privacy, self-disclosure and self-image of Spanish teenagers on social networking sites: the case of Fotolog},
  author={Lucrezia Crescenzi and N{\'u}ria Ara{\"u}na and Iolanda Tortajada},
  year={2013}
}
This paper presents the results of a research study that analyzes the quantitative content of 355 entries on the social network Fotolog to determine the type of information shared by adolescents on the Web 2.0. The variables considered are related to intensity of use of the platform, the personal information disclosed, and the representational strategies used. The study concludes that Spanish adolescents strategically manage personal information and privacy. Adolescents sacrifice part of their… CONTINUE READING

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