Self-Monitoring and the Looking Glass Self.

Published on Aug 1, 1988
John R. Buri5
Estimated H-index: 5
John R. Mueller1
Estimated H-index: 1
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#1David A. Beane (UNF: University of North Florida)
We examined whether individual self-monitoring differences predict what type of relationships people have on Facebook. In the offline world, high self-monitors have large heterogeneous social networks made up of weak emotional ties, whereas low self-monitors have small homogenous social networks made up of strong emotional ties. In our study, we defined online relationships in terms of bridging and bonding social capital. Bridging social capital refers to large heterogeneous social networks made...
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