JSP Special Issue on Interpersonal Relationships in the Digital Age

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Introduction Individuals have a need to maintain positive social interactions and with the advent of new media technologies, there are a myriad ways individuals can satisfy this need by engaging socially in mediated (non-face-to-face) communication, hence the need for a special issue on Relationships in the Digital Age. The articles in this special issue reflect the need to answer theoretical ques...

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    Okdie, Grahe, Ewoldsen & 1 more

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  • Exclusive Communications in Online Social Networks

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  • Communication Accommodation in Text Messages: Exploring Liking, Power, and Sex as Predictors of Textisms

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  • Mutual Friends’ Social Support and Self-Disclosure in Face-to-Face and Instant Messenger Communication

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  • The Burden of Online Friends: The Effects of Giving Up Facebook on Stress and Well-being | Registered: 2018-03-09 05:11 UTC

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