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040 a Gdige a
041 a eng
100a Adkins, Angela M.
2451 0a MySpace, Facebook, and the strength of internet tiesh [electronic resource]b online social networking and bridging social capital /c Angela M. Adkins.
2461 0a Online social networking and bridging social capital
264 1a Akron, OH :b University of Akron,c 2009
300 a 55 p.b ill.
490a Theses ;v 2009.
500 a "May, 2009."
500 a Title from electronic thesis title page (viewed 11/18/2009)
500 a Advisor, Rebecca J. Erickson; Faculty Reader, Clare L. Stacey; Department Chair, John F. Zipp; Dean of the College, Chand Midha; Dean of the Graduate School, George R. Newkome.
502 a Thesis (M.A.)--University of Akron, Dept. of Sociology, 2009.
504 a Includes bibliographical references.
516 a Text (abstract in HTML; full text in PDF)
520 a "Online social networking sites seem particularly well-suited to forming the loose connections between diverse social networks, or weak ties, associated with bridging social capital, but is using one site the same as using another? This study explores the user and usage characteristics of two popular social networking websites, Myspace and Facebook, and then investigates the relationship between online social networking and bridging social capital using survey data from 929 university students and faculty members. Myspace users tend to have less education and be more racially diverse, have lower incomes, and focus more on forming new social ties online. Conversely, Facebook users tend to be better educated, have higher income, and focus more on maintaining relationships with their existing offline ties. A positive association exists between the degree of online social networking and bridging capital, although there was no meaningful difference in bridging capital between those who used Myspace only and those who used Facebook only. However, the results indicate that the use of Myspace in conjunction with Facebook significantly increases bridging capital and moderates the effect of race, income, and degree of usage. Together, this evidence suggests that online social networking is a useful tool for enlarging and maintaining a diverse social network, but that the examination of online social networking in the aggregate may hide distinctions among sites. Different sites are used in different ways, and thus using more than one site might provide the greatest benefit in terms of increased bridging capital."--abstract.
538 a Mode of access: World Wide Web.
538 a System requirements: IBM PC-compatible or Macintosh computer; World Wide Web browser; Adobe Acrobat Reader
650 7a Facebook0 sao
650 7a MySpace2 sao
650 7a Sociala nätverk online0 sao
650 0a Social capital (Sociology)
650 0a Online social networks
655 7a Användarundersökningar0 saogf
710a OhioLINK Electronic Theses and Dissertations Center.
810a University of Akron.b Buchtel College of Arts and Sciences.t Theses ;v 2009.
8564 0u
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950 s6 650a Elektroniska sociala nätverku Sociala nätverk online
950 s6 650a Nätgemenskaper onlineu Sociala nätverk online
950 s6 650a Online communitiesu Sociala nätverk online
950 s6 650a Online social networksu Sociala nätverk online
950 s6 650a Onlinenätmötesplatseru Sociala nätverk online
950 s6 650a Sociala nätverkssajteru Sociala nätverk online
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