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In this study, we demonstrate how analysis of users' social network structure-a topic that has remained until recently inconspicuous within Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) research on social systems-can contribute to our understanding of Social Networking Services (SNS) effect on users. Despite a consensus that SNS enhance people's social capital, prior studies on SNS have provided inconsistent evidence on this process. In a multipronged study, we analyze personality, social capital, anddoi:10.1145/2617572 fatcat:xoh4ytyqd5cupi5rd7pg5hlglu