Cyberspace Romance

Cyberspace Romance

Through examples of Whitty's own research on cyber-relationships, online dating, cyber-harassment, and presentation of self online, as well as drawing from other people's research, the positive and negative aspects of online relating are presented. This is an invaluable resource for anyone studying or conducting research on Internet relationships.

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Cyberspace Romance
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