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by Adrian N. Carr,Monica T. Whitty

eBook Cyberspace Romance: The Psychology of Online Relationships download ISBN: 1403945144
Author: Adrian N. Carr,Monica T. Whitty
Publisher: Palgrave (June 13, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 236
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Monica Whitty is Lecturer in Psychology at Queens University Belfast.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This book focuses on online relationships and specifically cyber-flirting; the authors examine how flirting offline can be transferred to an Internet setting.

Some of the ethical issues related to studying online relationships are discussed. According to the authors, cyber-relationships and cybersex are here to stay.

Authors: Monica Whitty and Adrian Carr. surveillance in the workplace. Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006 (ww. algrave. Foreword by Brian H. Spitzberg.

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MONICA T. WHITTY is Lecturer in Psychology at Queen's University Belfast. She is author of Cyberspace Romance: The Psychology of Online Relationships (with Adrian N. Carr). She lectures on cyberpsychology, social psychology and qualitative methods. ANDREA J. BAKER is a Sociology Professor at Ohio University.

Cyberspace Romance: The Psychology of Online Relationships - Monica T. Whitty and, Adrian N. Carr. The authors draw from psychoanalytic theory to provide a better understanding of cyber-flirting, online dating, and relationships on the Internet.

Cyberspace romance: The psychology of online relationships. Online recreation: The relationship between loneliness, Internet self-efficacy and the use of the Internet for entertainment purposes. MT Whitty, D McLaughlin

Cyberspace romance: The psychology of online relationships. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006. Age/sex/location: Uncovering the social cues in the development of online relationships. CyberPsychology & Behavior 4 (5), 623-630, 2001. MT Whitty, D McLaughlin. Computers in Human Behavior 23 (3), 1435-1446, 2007.

The Psychology of Online Relationships. Author(s): Monica Whitty, Adrian Carr. WHITTY is Lecturer in. .She is author of "Cyberspace Romance: The Psychology of Online Relationships "(with Adrian N. Her interests include online communication and virtual communities.

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