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Consequences of the Internet for Self and Society

Is Social Life Being Transformed?

Paperback | Engels | Journal of Social Issues
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The Internet is becoming a primary means of interpersonal communication, and with this comes implications for many aspects of social life. This book examines these from a variety of perspectives: psychological well-being, interpersonal relationships, social identity, group conflict, negotiation and bargaining, community involvement, and the development of democratic institutions. The authors present quantitative as well as qualitative methodological approaches, along with analyses reflecting the complexities of the 'Human-Internet interaction'.

  • Examines the implications of the internet as the primary means of personal communication
  • Pulls together current research by well established researchers on the social consequences of the Internet, from a variety of levels of analysis, producing a holographic, 3-D look at the Internet's impact on psychological functioning of the individual as well as on the social fabric
  • Perspectives of this examination include: psychological well-being, interpersonal relationships, social identity, group conflict, negotiation and bargaining,
    community involvement, and the development of democratic institutions

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  • Productcode (EAN): 9781405100786
  • Verschijningsdatum: 12/03/2002
  • Uitvoering: Paperback
  • Bestandsformaat: Trade paperback (VS)
  • Afmetingen: 156 mm x 232 mm
  • Gewicht: 290 g