Click here to look clever: self-presentation via selective sharing of music and film on social media

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Johnson, Benjamin K.; Ranzini, Giulia;
  • Subject: Entertainment | Impression motivation | Media sharing | Self-discrepancy | Self-presentation | Social network sites | Arts and Humanities (miscellaneous) | Human-Computer Interaction | Psychology(all)

Sharing mass media content through social network sites has become a prevalent practice that provides individuals with social utility and cultural capital. This behavior is examined here by testing how different self-presentational motivations may produce selective patt... View more
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