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The Resource Social networking communities and e-dating services : concepts and implications, Celia Romm-Livermore, Kristina Setzekorn [editors]

Social networking communities and e-dating services : concepts and implications, Celia Romm-Livermore, Kristina Setzekorn [editors]

Label
Social networking communities and e-dating services : concepts and implications
Title
Social networking communities and e-dating services
Title remainder
concepts and implications
Statement of responsibility
Celia Romm-Livermore, Kristina Setzekorn [editors]
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1954-
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  • Romm-Livermore, Celia
  • Setzekorn, Kristina
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  • Online social networks
  • Social networks
  • Online dating
  • Dating services
  • Internet
Label
Social networking communities and e-dating services : concepts and implications, Celia Romm-Livermore, Kristina Setzekorn [editors]
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"Premier reference source"--Cover
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 353-391) and index
Contents
  • Ch. III.
  • Mobile Social Networks:A New Locus of Innovation
  • Nina D. Ziv
  • Ch. IV.
  • Increasing Capital Revenue in Social Networking Communities: Building Social and Economic Relationships through Avatars and Characters
  • Jonathan Bishop
  • Ch. V.
  • Collective Solitude and Social Networks in World of Warcraft
  • Nicolas Ducheneaut and Nicholas Yee
  • Ch. VI.
  • Sect. I.
  • Collaboration Challenges in Community Telecommunication Networks
  • Sylvie Albert and Rolland Lellrasseur
  • Ch. VII.
  • The Impact of the Internet on Political Activism: Evidence from Europe
  • Pippa Norris
  • Ch. VIII.
  • Toward Improved Community-Supporting Systems Design: A Study of Professional Community Activity
  • Malte Geib, Christian Braun, Lutz Kolbe and Walter Brenner
  • Ch. IX.
  • Teens and Social Networking Services: An Overview
  • Social Networking Communities
  • Maryann Mori
  • Sect. II.
  • Social Networking Sites for Teenagers and Young Adults
  • Ch. X.
  • Student Use of Social Media: University Policy and Response
  • Tamara L. Wandel
  • Ch. XI.
  • Facebook Follies: Who Suffers the Most?
  • Katherine Karl and Joy Peluchette
  • Ch. XII.
  • Ch. I.
  • Trust in Social Networking: Definitions from a Global, Cultural Viewpoint
  • Max Kennedy and Toru Sakaguchi
  • Ch. XIII.
  • Virtuality and Reality: What Happens When the Two Collide?
  • Celia Romm-Livermore and Gail Livermore
  • Sect. III.
  • E-Dating Services
  • Ch. XIV.
  • Segmentation Practices of e-Dating
  • Linda Jane Coleman and Nisreen Bahnan
  • Individual Differences in Social Networking Site Adoption
  • Ch. XV.
  • Understanding and Facilitating the Development of Social Networks in Online Dating Communities: A Case Study and Model
  • Jonathan Bishop
  • Ch. XVI.
  • E-Dating: The Five Phases on Online Dating
  • Monica T. Whitty
  • Ch. XVII.
  • How E-Daters Behave Online: Theory and Empirical Observations
  • Celia Romm-Livermore, Toni Somers, Kristina Setzekorn and Ashley Lynn-Grace King
  • Ch. XVIII.
  • Harsha Gangadharbatla
  • A Trination Analysis of Social Exchange Relationships in E-Dating
  • Sudhir H. Kale and Mark T. Spence
  • Ch. XIX.
  • Online Matrimonial Sites and the Transformation ofArranged Marriage in India
  • Nainika Seth and Ravi Patnayakuni
  • Ch. II.
  • Unraveling the Taste Fabric of Social Networks
  • Hugo Liu, Pattie Maes and Glorianna Davenport
Control code
12420780
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
xxiv, 398 p.
Isbn
9781605661049
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Lccn
2008022552
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Social networking communities and e-dating services : concepts and implications, Celia Romm-Livermore, Kristina Setzekorn [editors]
Publication
Note
"Premier reference source"--Cover
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 353-391) and index
Contents
  • Ch. III.
  • Mobile Social Networks:A New Locus of Innovation
  • Nina D. Ziv
  • Ch. IV.
  • Increasing Capital Revenue in Social Networking Communities: Building Social and Economic Relationships through Avatars and Characters
  • Jonathan Bishop
  • Ch. V.
  • Collective Solitude and Social Networks in World of Warcraft
  • Nicolas Ducheneaut and Nicholas Yee
  • Ch. VI.
  • Sect. I.
  • Collaboration Challenges in Community Telecommunication Networks
  • Sylvie Albert and Rolland Lellrasseur
  • Ch. VII.
  • The Impact of the Internet on Political Activism: Evidence from Europe
  • Pippa Norris
  • Ch. VIII.
  • Toward Improved Community-Supporting Systems Design: A Study of Professional Community Activity
  • Malte Geib, Christian Braun, Lutz Kolbe and Walter Brenner
  • Ch. IX.
  • Teens and Social Networking Services: An Overview
  • Social Networking Communities
  • Maryann Mori
  • Sect. II.
  • Social Networking Sites for Teenagers and Young Adults
  • Ch. X.
  • Student Use of Social Media: University Policy and Response
  • Tamara L. Wandel
  • Ch. XI.
  • Facebook Follies: Who Suffers the Most?
  • Katherine Karl and Joy Peluchette
  • Ch. XII.
  • Ch. I.
  • Trust in Social Networking: Definitions from a Global, Cultural Viewpoint
  • Max Kennedy and Toru Sakaguchi
  • Ch. XIII.
  • Virtuality and Reality: What Happens When the Two Collide?
  • Celia Romm-Livermore and Gail Livermore
  • Sect. III.
  • E-Dating Services
  • Ch. XIV.
  • Segmentation Practices of e-Dating
  • Linda Jane Coleman and Nisreen Bahnan
  • Individual Differences in Social Networking Site Adoption
  • Ch. XV.
  • Understanding and Facilitating the Development of Social Networks in Online Dating Communities: A Case Study and Model
  • Jonathan Bishop
  • Ch. XVI.
  • E-Dating: The Five Phases on Online Dating
  • Monica T. Whitty
  • Ch. XVII.
  • How E-Daters Behave Online: Theory and Empirical Observations
  • Celia Romm-Livermore, Toni Somers, Kristina Setzekorn and Ashley Lynn-Grace King
  • Ch. XVIII.
  • Harsha Gangadharbatla
  • A Trination Analysis of Social Exchange Relationships in E-Dating
  • Sudhir H. Kale and Mark T. Spence
  • Ch. XIX.
  • Online Matrimonial Sites and the Transformation ofArranged Marriage in India
  • Nainika Seth and Ravi Patnayakuni
  • Ch. II.
  • Unraveling the Taste Fabric of Social Networks
  • Hugo Liu, Pattie Maes and Glorianna Davenport
Control code
12420780
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
xxiv, 398 p.
Isbn
9781605661049
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Lccn
2008022552
Other physical details
ill.

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