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  • Journal

    Fox, J. and Rooney, M. C.

    The Dark Triad and trait self-objectification as predictors of men’s use and self-presentation behaviors on social networking sites

    2015 - Personality and Individual Differences

    In-text: (Fox and Rooney, 2015)

    Your Bibliography: Fox, J. and Rooney, M., 2015. The Dark Triad and trait self-objectification as predictors of men’s use and self-presentation behaviors on social networking sites. Personality and Individual Differences, 76, pp.161-165.

  • Journal

    Jin Kwon, Y. and Kwon, K.

    Consuming the Objectified Self: The Quest for Authentic Self

    2014 - ASS

    In-text: (Jin Kwon and Kwon, 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Jin Kwon, Y. and Kwon, K., 2014. Consuming the Objectified Self: The Quest for Authentic Self. ASS, 11(2).

  • Journal

    Mazur, E. and Li, Y.

    Identity and Self-Presentation on Social Networking Web Sites: A Comparison of Online Profiles of Chinese and American Emerging Adults.

    2014 - Psychology of Popular Media Culture

    In-text: (Mazur and Li, 2014)

    Your Bibliography: Mazur, E. and Li, Y., 2014. Identity and Self-Presentation on Social Networking Web Sites: A Comparison of Online Profiles of Chinese and American Emerging Adults. Psychology of Popular Media Culture,.

  • Website

    Britons spend 62m hours a day on social media - that's an average one hour for EVERY adult and child

    2013

    In-text: (Britons spend 62m hours a day on social media - that's an average one hour for EVERY adult and child, 2013)

    Your Bibliography: The Independent. 2013. Britons spend 62m hours a day on social media - that's an average one hour for EVERY adult and child. [online] Available at: <http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/britons-spend-62m-hours-a-day-on-social-media--thats-an-average-one-hour-for-every-adult-and-child-8567437.html> [Accessed 18 January 2015].

  • Journal

    Utz, S., Tanis, M. and Vermeulen, I.

    It Is All About Being Popular: The Effects of Need for Popularity on Social Network Site Use

    2012 - Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking

    In-text: (Utz, Tanis and Vermeulen, 2012)

    Your Bibliography: Utz, S., Tanis, M. and Vermeulen, I., 2012. It Is All About Being Popular: The Effects of Need for Popularity on Social Network Site Use. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 15(1), pp.37-42.

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