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He has published 152 refereed journal articles, seven book chapters, and two books including Introduction to Webometrics, is an associate editor of the Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology and sits on eight other editorial boards.With the increasing popularity of social networking sites, it has become relatively common for Internet users to develop an online presence via a personal profile page.Although Lenhart and Madden (2007) found that that 49 percent of U. teens using SNSs do so to make new friends, the existing literature suggests that SNSs are used principally to maintain pre–existing off–line networks (boyd and Ellison, 2007; Ellison, , 2007).Therefore, communications will take place primarily between individuals who have had some form of previous contact off–line.There are sex differences in the types of information posted on chat room profiles, with women tending to include more personal information.Furthermore, older users are more likely to post information about relationship status and location than younger users.These sex and age differences in profile content may be a consequence of the different motivations for using the service as well as disparities in self–disclosure norms.Contents Introduction Methodology Results Discussion and conclusion Introduction For many of the over a billion Internet users (Miniwatts Marketing Group, 2009), the Internet seems to serve an important social function, providing convenient and simple methods to establish or sustain connections with others.
He has developed tools for downloading and analysing Web sites, blogs and social networking sites, including the research Web crawler Soc Sci Bot and software for statistical and topological analyses of site structures (through links) and site content (through text).
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page=15894 University of Wolverhampton United Kingdom Chris Fullwood is a senior lecturer in the Psychology Department of the University of Wolverhampton, U. and is a member of the Wolverhampton Internet and Technology Society (WITS) research group.
One place where encounters with strangers are likely to take place more frequently however is the chat room (Nie and Erbring, 2002; Mileham, 2007).