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Running head : GendeR and Online COmmuniCatiOn 1

@inproceedings{Haddad2010RunningH,
  title={Running head : GendeR and Online COmmuniCatiOn 1},
  author={Arman Haddad},
  year={2010}
}
arman Haddad Professor andrews Psychology 101 14 October XXXX Patterns of Gender-Related differences in Online Communication: an annotated Bibliography Bruckman, a. S. (1993). Gender swapping on the internet. Proceedings of INET '93. Retrieved from http://www.cc .gatech.edu/elc/papers/bruckman/gender-swapping -bruckman.pdf in this brief analysis, Bruckman investigates the perceptions of males and females in electronic environments. She argues that females (or those posing as females) receive an… 

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