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Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of UK Essays.Social network sites (SNSs) have become some of the most popular online destinations in recent years (com Score, 2007a, 2007b).Bigge (2006) and Barnes (2006: para 3) criticize the fact that social network sites: For Snyder, et al.(2006), who analyze the ‘terms of use' document of My Space, these unintended audiences violate the ‘social contract' of networking sites because they use the sites for information seeking rather than for networking with others.boyd (2006a) distinguishes between several types of online Friends including close offline friends and acquaintances, family members, work and school mates, admired people and strangers.boyd's (2006a) and Dwyer's (2007) work suggests that most users do not take online friendships seriously and consider most of them to be superficial.Some users intentionally mask their offline identities by using pseudonyms or remaining anonymous for fear of consequences related to disclosing sensitive or socially undesirable personal characteristics.

Despite the alleged superficiality of relationships, users participate in social networking sites to develop new relationships, maintain older friendships, and expand their social networks (Dwyer, 2007; Gallant, et al., 2007; boyd, 2006a; boyd, 2007).Academic researchers have started studying the use of SNSs, with questions ranging from their role in identity construction and expression (boyd & Heer, 2006) to the building and maintenance of social capital (e.g., Ellison, Steinfeld, & Lampe, 2007) and concerns about privacy (e.g., Gross & Acquisti, 2005; Hodge, 2006).While these areas of inquiry are all important and worthy of exploration, a significant antecedent question has been largely raised: Are there systematic interconnection between the level at which users show online with their friends and offline with their counterparts, and are people equally likely to act in a similar or different way comparing their online and offline life? Online & offline distinction have been generalized from computing and telecommunication into the field of human interpersonal relationships.boyd explains that some of the relative superficiality can be attributed to social pressures associated with “Friending” (adding friends to list of contacts) online.Some users, as according to boyd, (2006a:25): Bigge (2006) suggests that users accumulate friends to increase their social capital.




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