TB6 SPA Lecture 4; The social web overview

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  • TB6 SPA Lecture 4; The social web
    • Effects of the internet on social relationships
      • Positive
        • Increases feelings of wellbeing/ closeness to thers
        • Can carry out relational maintenance online
      • Negative
        • (outdated) Decreases wellbeing and closeness to others
        • Aggression, cyberbullying
      • Who uses the 'social web'?
        • 'Rich-get-richer' hypothesis
        • Social compensation hypothesis (shy, socially anxious)
        • The Martini-effect
    • Theories
      • Online Self-disclosure
        • Social identity model of de-individuation (SIDE)
        • Walter's Hyper-personal Communication Theory
        • Reduced cues theory
        • Media Richness Theory
        • Frequency, depth and breadth
          • Valkenburg & Peter (2007); Depth AND breadth +ley related to FREQUENCY of online chat. Only depth related to closeness of friends
          • Hollenbaugh & Ferris (2013) Openness score +ley correlated with breadth of FB self-disclosure
        • Internet-attribution-perception model
      • Online negative behaviours
        • Social Learning Theory
          • Motivational aspects
          • Disinhibitory aspects
          • Opportunity aspects
        • Prosocial behaviour online
          • Social IDENTITY theory
          • Social Learning theory
      • Evaluation
        • The DATE of the research needs to be considered as the way people use the internet has changed dramatically
      • Online comm-unication
        • Displacement/ reduction hypothesis
          • Comm-unicating online reduces feelings of wellbeing and closeness to others
        • Stimulation hypothesis
          • Commu-nicating online INCREASES wellbeing and closeness to others
          • Newer!
        • Evaluation
          • The DATE of the research needs to be considered as the way people use the internet has changed dramatically

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