The many faces of facebook: experiencing social media as performance, exhibition, and personal archive

@article{Zhao2013TheMF,
  title={The many faces of facebook: experiencing social media as performance, exhibition, and personal archive},
  author={Xuan Zhao and Niloufar Salehi and Sasha Naranjit and Sara Alwaalan and Stephen Voida and Dan Cosley},
  journal={Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems},
  year={2013}
}
The growing use of social media means that an increasing amount of people's lives are visible online. [] Key Result These findings trigger a discussion of how to design social media that support these dynamic and sometimes conflicting needs.

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