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Who Commits Virtual Identity Suicide? Differences in Privacy Concerns, Internet Addiction, and Personality Between Facebook Users and Quitters

Stefan Stieger, Christoph Burger, Manuel Bohn, Martin Voracek
2013 Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking  
To investigate whether Facebook quitters (n = 310) differ from Facebook users (n = 321), we examined privacy concerns, Internet addiction scores, and personality.  ...  The main self-stated reason for committing virtual identity suicide was privacy concerns (48 percent).  ...  To sum up, we were interested in two aspects: (1) privacy concerns, Internet addiction tendencies, and personality characteristics of Facebook users versus Facebook users who committed virtual identity  ... 
doi:10.1089/cyber.2012.0323 pmid:23374170 fatcat:btaakbipnbhehiwnecckorzs2e

Discourses on disconnectivity and the right to disconnect

Pepita Hesselberth
2017 New Media & Society  
I argue that while very different in scope, these discourses converge in that they all revolve around a structuring paradox.  ...  , and media disruption.  ...  artworks from 2009, and Web 2.0 Suicidemachine, designed to enable Facebook users to commit a "virtual suicide" on the social media platform.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1461444817711449 pmid:30581360 pmcid:PMC6256718 fatcat:tgypx4gn35frjn7l45k33verzq

Chapter 16. Intellectual, Argumentative, and Informational Affordances of Public Forums: Potential Contributions to Academic Learning [chapter]

Chris M. Anson
2017 Social Writing/Social Media: Publics, Presentations, and Pedagogies  
, teaching writing, administering writing programs, and studying writing in its various forms.  ...  The publishers and the Series editors are committed to the principle that knowledge should freely circulate. We see the opportunities that new technologies have for further democratizing knowledge.  ...  Walls, Stephanie Vie, Beth Allison Barr, and Theresa Kennedy for their insightful feedback. Finally, we express appreciation to Shane Alexander and Scott Varda for their steadfast love and support.  ... 
doi:10.37514/per-b.2017.0063.2.16 fatcat:2shjxaektbcxdnwjznivwxb4wq

Digital Detoxification: A Content Analysis of User Generated Videos Uploaded on YouTube by Facebook Quitters

GURPREET KOUR, Jyotirmaya Patnaik
Content analyses of YouTube videos of those who claim to be Facebook quitters have been analyzed to conceptualize emerging themes.  ...  The present study extends this line of research to assess the range of identity claims that users tend to make for constructing online self-identity on Facebook and to investigate how it has affected the  ...  It was claimed that main reason for committing virtual identity suicide was privacy concerns.  ... 
doi:10.17613/4813-w059 fatcat:dq5pv4dop5b6lbvtwmsejly4su

Abstract book: 27th International Conference on Health Promoting Hospitals & Health Services

2019 Clinical Health Promotion - Research and Best Practice for patients staff and community  
The title and focus of the conference is: "BALANCING HIGH TECH AND HIGH TOUCH IN HEALTH CARE: CHALLENGES AND CHANCES OF DIGITALIZATION FOR DIALOGUE" High tech and high touch – are these competing or even  ...  Technological development and digitalization are just parts of global megatrends, which affect societies in general, and by that also population health and health care.  ...  Conclusions Hsiao-Kang Hospital has participated in the dragon boat competition for 8 years and achieved fine results each year.  ... 
doi:10.29102/clinhp.19001s fatcat:xhpsgfc76jauba46rpkvba5geq

Digital unterwegs ohne das virtuelle soziale Netzwerk – qualitative Studie über Facebook-Verweigerung und Virtual Identity Suicide

Jacqueline Cordes, Marisa Menzel, Marina Müller, Athanasios Kotrotsios, Jan-Hendrick Loch, Linda Springer
A distinction is made between two different categories of persons, the Non- and the Ex-Users.  ...  In this paper the reasons why some people do not use Facebook are analyzed. The central question of the paper is: "Why do specific German internet-users not use Facebook?"  ...  Who Commits Virtual Iden- tity Suicide? Differences in Privacy Concerns, Internet Addiction, and Personali- ty Between Facebook Users and Quitters.  ... 
doi:10.25968/opus-460 fatcat:riuateg64fhcray2r22725hx44

The Contemporary Issues and Supreme Court

Kiyoung Kim
2015 Social Science Research Network  
The conclusion is that the Supreme Court's interpretations concerning ambiguous constitutional language in the making of policy can be obsolete and at times too little too late by creating barriers to  ...  While the justices did render their opinions in a nature met to benefit both branches with advice from different angles (Goldwater v. Carter, 1979).  ...  The Court also rejected the argument based on the different treatment between the strikers and voluntary quitters and viewed that the neutrality concern does not arise with respect to the latter persons  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2624176 fatcat:irubpmmvk5depc7dzzdmv2awbq

Moderated poster sessions: abstracts

2012 European Journal of Public Health  
Differences in treatment and outcomes of patients with acute coronary syndrome with ST segment elevation  ...  A survey on a sample of GPs and specialists showed that 81% of the former and 64% of the latter strongly recommend pneumococcal vaccination in the elderly.  ...  Virtual Therapist Project for Elderly and Brain Stroke Patients Background The aim of this study was to explore the differences in problematic internet use between heavy drinking and nonheavy drinking  ... 
doi:10.1093/eurpub/cks115 fatcat:lilbtg3bbzfsdhttm4gfeoscsa

Digital marketing on social media

Angela Nikolovska
2019 unpublished
of SNS in purchase process) and personality (as users/consumers' traits seen through the Big Five model).  ...  From all personality traits, it was only found that users, which have higher degree of openness to experience tend not to trust Facebook and Instagram.  ...  Who commits virtual identity suicide? Differences in privacy concerns, internet addiction, and personality between Facebook users and quitters.  ... 
doi:10.25365/thesis.59459 fatcat:febooicvozh5vf4b6rl4racv5q

Persuasion in smoking cessation online: an interpersonal pragmatic perspective

Marie-Thérèse Rudolf Von Rohr
The codes "quitters ask for help/support" and "quitters comment on how they are doing" only appear in three sources each, pinpointing that few sites facilitate user-to-user interactivity. 22 sources (73%  ...  Non-experts can "[…] blur the boundary between audience and producer" (Seale 2003: 516) , as they can easily participate in Internet forums, create personal homepages, maintain blogs or post on social  ...  Afterwards, he constructs his experienced-quitter identity by sharing the quitting means he used before going on to normalise the initiator's emotional turmoil (very similar to all the ups and downs...  ... 
doi:10.5451/unibas-ep66911 fatcat:2vmw5hhfqjfutf2zcbih2aakvm

International Journal of Humanities and Cultural Studies Table of Contents

Hassen Zriba, Najoua Chalbi, Emeritus Professor, Ralph Grillo, Zamanat Syed, Salman Abbas, Abdulaziz Bin, Saudi University, Arabia, Muhammad Asif, Kumar Santosh, Behera (+49 others)
unpublished 14) "Excellent results" of teaching listening at a Saudi University: Appearance and reality"  ...  Accordingly a refugee is a person who is dislocated in terms of identity and nationhood.  ...  Therefore, in such situations women assume double identities: one national and the other personal, and their attempts to distinguish between these two identities give rise to the double consciousness of  ... 

META META META META META META Pratiques de la ville et inconscient urbain : déplacements de l'utopie dans le discours critique de l'urbanisme Theories and Uses in Common: Responses of Art in the Public Sphere The Everyday Condition of Metaphysics

" Al, Stefan Afloroaei, Al Cuza, Corneliu Bilba, Al Cuza, George Bondor, Al Cuza, June, December, Arnaud François, Assoc Prof, Valeriu Gherghel (+35 others)
2010 unpublished
addiction, masturbation, selfmutilation, suicide, etc.).  ...  , business, academic, scientific, libertarian, fishing, beer-drinking, Romanian facebook, online gothic, Internet cannibal, etc.  ...  It seems that there is a huge difference between us in dealing with the same situation. And it actually is an enormous difference but the question here is what makes us split parts?  ...