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Factors mediating disclosure in social network sites

Fred Stutzman, Robert Capra, Jamila Thompson
2011 Computers in Human Behavior  
Based on our data, we develop and evaluate a model for understanding factors that affect how privacy attitudes influence disclosure and discuss implications for social network sites.  ...  This provides evidence that social network sites could help mitigate concerns about disclosure by providing transparent privacy policies and privacy controls.  ...  social network site vibrancy.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2010.10.017 fatcat:zrwlq5r4vjer7e7dptkstwpdoa

Self-Disclosure and SNS Addiction in South Asian Youth: An Empirical Study of Pakistan

Shamsa Kanwal
2018 Advances in Sciences and Humanities  
Social networking sites (SNS) provide an open platform for communication and interaction and socialization.  ...  Specifically, this research proposes a model to examine how the effect of SNS usage mediates self-disclosure through psychological conditions.  ...  Self-disclosure Self-disclosure on social network sites have some specific properties as compared to self-disclosure in face-to-face communication [6] , because self-disclosure on social network sites  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.ash.20180401.11 fatcat:aldzehcyqndthkqowxazhkjl5m

The Influence of Information Disclosure of Social Networking Site on Consumers' Food Safety Perception in Tourism Factories

Hsiu-Hui CHUANG, Hsien-Tang TSAI, Wei-Ling CHENG
2020 Revista de Cercetare si Interventie Sociala  
Accordingly, the results of this article indicate that trust in food safety mediate between information disclosure of social networking site and purchase intention.  ...  The moderated mediation effect of information disclosure of social networking site on purchase intention via TFS is detailed and depends on food types.  ...  Literature review Information disclosure of social networking site The issues concerning information disclosure of social networking site have been widely discussed in fi nancial circles.  ... 
doi:10.33788/rcis.71.17 fatcat:3fx4337yx5frzfytwhgp3sdy7i

Modeling cultural acquisition in online social networks

Frederic Stutzman, Jacob Kramer-Duffield
2009 Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
This research proposes to study the relationship between audience, context and disclosure in online social network sites.  ...  This goal of this analysis is to document a process of identity formation in online social networks.  ...  Introduction Online social network sites 1 play an important social and functional role in the lives of millions of individuals.  ... 
doi:10.1002/meet.2008.14504503148 fatcat:sz7hetc5ize6dlbagsdylmzesa

Online Self-Disclosure Through Social Networking Sites Addiction: A Case Study of Pakistani University Students

Shamsa Kanwal, Abdul Hameed Pitafi, Sadia Akhtar, Muhammad Irfan
2019 Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems  
Findings confirmed that young generations tend to have greater online self-disclosure due to social networking sites addiction.  ...  Both moderation results also showed a significant relationship between social networking sites addiction and online self-disclosure.  ...  Therefore, it is necessary to understand and identify the influencing factors of SNS use, which develops addictive behavior in adults towards social networking sites.  ... 
doi:10.7906/indecs.17.1.18 fatcat:eovrnhbqzna2zpqpzj3xsyykvq

Getting acquainted through social network sites: Testing a model of online uncertainty reduction and social attraction

Marjolijn L. Antheunis, Patti M. Valkenburg, Jochen Peter
2010 Computers in Human Behavior  
The first aim of this study was to examine which uncertainty reduction strategies members of social network sites used to gain information about a person who they had recently met online.  ...  Drawing on a survey of 704 members of a social network site, we found that respondents had used active, passive, and interactive strategies to reduce uncertainty about their new acquaintance.  ...  Social network sites in the Netherlands and the US The data used in this survey study were collected among members of the Dutch social network sites Hyves (www. hyves.nl).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2009.07.005 fatcat:ractr7s6obfqxp74ipxedo6lnu

Self-disclosure on social networking sites, positive feedback, and social capital among Chinese college students

Dong Liu, B. Bradford Brown
2014 Computers in Human Behavior  
Drawing on social capital theory, this study examined whether college students' self-disclosure on a social networking site was directly associated with social capital, or related indirectly through the  ...  Findings suggest ways in which social networking sites can foster social adjustment as an adolescent transition to residential college environments.  ...  This could reflect the type of disclosure that is typical on social networking sites.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2014.06.003 fatcat:mldttwcvkngcxgxlbpj3s5uw5m

Impact of Social Media on Social Anxiety: A Systematic Review [chapter]

Anca Dobrean, Costina-Ruxandra Pasarelu
2016 New Developments in Anxiety Disorders  
Important mediators and moderators have to be considered in order to explain the relationship between social media networking and social anxiety.  ...  Online social networking sites are being used all around the world. However, only recently researchers have started to investigate their relationship with mental health.  ...  study was provided by a grant from the Romanian Executive Unit for Financing Education Higher Research, Development and Innovation (the "Effectiveness of an empirically based web platform for anxiety in  ... 
doi:10.5772/65188 fatcat:t2sharti3jdwpjrhnqa3l6gl6u

Motivators of online vulnerability: The impact of social network site use and FOMO

Sarah L. Buglass, Jens F. Binder, Lucy R. Betts, Jean D.M. Underwood
2017 Computers in Human Behavior  
Continued and frequent use of social network sites (SNS) has been linked to a fear of missing out (FOMO) and online self-promotion in the form of friending and information disclosure.  ...  The research considers the implications of social networking on an individual's online vulnerability.  ...  Facebook was the primary social network site used by 322 (66%) of the sample.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2016.09.055 fatcat:eullnzvn75eyre6ef2tcqcgeaq

Social Network Profiles as Information Sources for Adolescents' Offline Relations

Cédric Courtois, Anissa All, Hadewijch Vanwynsberghe
2012 Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking  
Previous research has indicated that social network sites are used to gather information on new online contacts.  ...  However, several studies have demonstrated a substantial overlap between offline and online social networks.  ...  INTRODUCTION Social network sites (SNS) serve as rich sources of information.  ... 
doi:10.1089/cyber.2011.0557 pmid:22703034 fatcat:dht5rgfnybdlnpcqvf77dyapmq

Parents' role in teens' personal photo sharing: A moderated mediation model incorporating privacy concern and network size

Cong Liu, May Lwin, Rebecca Ang
2019 Makara Hubs-Asia  
Disclosure of personal photographs on social networking sites could lead to potential harm to adolescent users.  ...  This study aims to understand parents' role in adolescents' visual information disclosure on Facebook as well as the mediating role of privacy concern and moderating role of Facebook network size.  ...  Acknowledgement This study was partially funded by Humanities and Social Sciences Foundation of the Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China (project number: 15YJC860017).  ... 
doi:10.7454/hubs.asia.1010819 fatcat:ybvyppxrlzdt7frgvw3oioioxi

Editorial: Would you like to be cited more? Write about social networking sites!

David Smahel, Kristian Daneback
2015 Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberpspace  
Article 3: The benign online disinhibition effect: Could situational factors induce self-disclosure and prosocial behaviors?  ...  The first peer-reviewed issue was published in September 2007. The journal is focused on social science research about cyberspace.  ...  Concerning the themes of the articles, five of the six most cited articles are about Social Networking Sites (SNS).  ... 
doi:10.5817/cp2015-2-1 fatcat:omur2fozorhs3hmmyf3yztzlby

Beyond Information: The Role of Territory in Privacy Management Behavior on Social Networking Sites

Shuaifu Lin, Deborah J. Armstrong
2019 Journal of the AIS  
This study draws on communication privacy management theory to explore aspects of social networking sites (SNSs) that may influence individual privacy management behaviors and conceptualizes two behaviors  ...  These distinct privacy risk beliefs, in turn, influence two privacy management behaviors.  ...  social networking site members.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1jais.00540 fatcat:u4seoxyarvbjhphoff7ls7s6mq

Emotional disclosure on social networking sites: The role of network structure and psychological needs

Han Lin, William Tov, Lin Qiu
2014 Computers in Human Behavior  
It suggests that social network size and density are associated with different psychological needs, which in turn lead to different patterns of emotional disclosure.  ...  We conducted three studies to understand how online emotional disclosure is influenced by social network structure on Facebook.  ...  Another social networking site, LinkedIn, has networks mainly containing professional connections.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2014.09.045 fatcat:gumekil6gvho5kyyidbcr4abdy

Disentangling the Role of Social Networking Attitudes and Use on Emotional Well-being

Daniel Hunt, Archana Krishnan
2021 Journal of Communication Technology  
In this study, we assess how attitudes toward social networking and SNS use influence emotional well-being by surveying a sample of U.S. adults (N = 500).  ...  Scholarly research examining social networking and well-being have provided contradictory results, suggesting that further research explore the complex relationships between antecedents, behavior, and  ...  In their factor analysis of attitudes towards social networking sites, four factors were explicated -confidence, social connection, ease of use, and self-disclosure.  ... 
doi:10.51548/joctec-2021-015 fatcat:xxog5oaknbcklndfmd4z6iv3d4
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