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Abstract The Internet is the latest in a series of technological breakthroughs in interpersonal the effects of Internet use on the user's psychological well-being, the formation and maintenance of personal relationships, . radio freed communication from the restriction of hard-wired connections, and was especially valuable. Explorations in Media Ecology: The Journal of the Media Ecology Association, 4( 2), 99– Barnes, S. B. (). Online Connections: Internet interpersonal relationships. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press. Barnes, S. B. (). Computer- mediated communication: Human-to-human communicaton across the Internet. Boston. Keywords: problematic Internet use; preference for online social interaction; the relevance of interpersonal communication research to the study of PIU real me? Activation and expression of the “true self ” on the - nal of Social Issues, 58, Barnes, S. B. ().Online connections: Internet.
Internet technology may have increased our opportunities for interpersonal interaction and social networking, but to YouTube, a broadcasting platform that also includes elements of social media (for instance, friend .. offline relationships, standards of online communication, and feelings of affinity between video posters. Barlow, J. P. (, February 8). A Cyberspace Independence Declaration. http:// sorship/Internet_censorship_bills/barlow_declaration Barnes, S. B. (). Online Connections: Internet Interpersonal Relationship. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press. Barnes, S. B. (). Computer-Mediated Communication. Ball-Rokeach, S. and DeFleur, M. () 'A Dependency Model or Mass-Media Effects', Communication Research, 3(1): 3– Barnes, S. () Online Connections: Internet Interpersonal Relationships, Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press. Bartels, R. () The History of Marketing Thought, Columbus, OH: Grid. Baskin, O. and.
Bargh, J. A., McKenna, K. Y. A., & Fitzsimons, G. M. (). Can you see the real me? Activation and expression of the “true self” on the Internet. The Journal ofSocial Issues, 58, 33– doi/ Barnes, S. (). Online connections: Internet interpersonal relationships. Creskill, NJ: Hampton Press. The model introduced and tested in the current study suggests that lonely and depressed individuals may develop a preference for online social interaction, whic Keywords problematic Internet use, preference for online social interaction, computer-mediated communication, loneliness, interpersonal communication. 19 Apr the members” (p. ). It allows individuals “to strengthen their connection with the extended family beyond their own nuclear family” (Yoon ). The internet is therefore a new form of online interaction that enhances “offline relationships” (Wellman et al. ). It does so by filling “communication.