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Author Trepte, Sabine.
Title Privacy online [electronic resource] : perspectives on privacy and self-disclosure in the social web / Sabine Trepte, Leonard Reinecke, editors.
Alternative Title Perspectives on privacy and self-disclosure in the social web
Publication Info Heidelberg ; New York : Springer-Verlag, c2011.



Descript xi, 269 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents Introduction to privacy online / Joseph D. Walther -- Three theories of privacy : an overview / Stephen T. Margulis -- Negotiating privacy concerns and social capital needs in a social media environment / Nicole B. Ellison, Jessia Vitak, Charles Steinfeld, Rebecca Gray, and Cliff Lampe -- Digital crowding : privacy, self-disclosure, and technology / Adam N. Joinson, David J. Houghton, Asimina Vasalou, and Ben L. Marder -- Ethics, privacy, and self-restraint in social networking / Bernhard Debatin -- The social web as a shelter for privacy and authentic living / Sabine Trepte and Leonard Reinecke -- Fifteen minutes of privacy : privacy, sociality, and publicity on social network sites / Zizi Papacharissi and Paige L. Gibson -- The co-evolution of social network ties and online privacy behavior / Kevin Lewis -- Self-protection of online privacy : a behavioral approach / Mike Z. Yao -- Online self-presentation : balancing privacy concerns and impression construction on social networking sites / Nicole C. Krämer and Nina Haferkamp -- The uses of privacy online : trading a loss of privacy for social web gratifications? / Monika Taddicken and Cornelia Jers -- (Micro)blogs : practices of privacy management / Jan-Hinrik Schmidt -- Privacy in social networking sites / Marc Ziegele and Oliver Quiring -- Mobile privacy : contexts / Maren Hartmann -- Online privacy as a news factor in journalism / Wiebke Loosen -- Adolescents' online privacy : toward a developmental perspective -- Jochen Peter and Patti M. Valkenburg -- The elderly and the internet : how senior citizens deal with online privacy / Wiebke Maass -- Privacy and gender in the social web / Mike Thelwall.
Note "Communications and personal information that are posted online are usually accessible to a vast number of people. Yet when personal data exist online, they may be searched, reproduced and mined by advertisers, merchants, service providers or even stalkers. Many users know what may happen to their information, while at the same time they act as though their data are private or intimate. They expect their privacy will not be infringed while they willingly share personal information with the world via social network sites, blogs, and in online communities.The chapters collected by Trepte and Reinecke address questions arising from this disparity that has often been referred to as the privacy paradox. Works by renowned researchers from various disciplines including psychology, communication, sociology, and information science, offer new theoretical models on the functioning of online intimacy and public accessibility, and propose novel ideas on the how and why of online privacy. The contributing authors offer intriguing solutions for some of the most pressing issues and problems in the field of online privacy. They investigate how users abandon privacy to enhance social capital and to generate different kinds of benefits. They argue that trust and authenticity characterize the uses of social network sites.
They explore how privacy needs affect users' virtual identities. Ethical issues of privacy online are discussed as well as its gratifications and users' concerns. The contributors of this volume focus on the privacy needs and behaviors of a variety of different groups of social media users such as young adults, older users, and genders. They also examine privacy in the context of particular online services such as social network sites, mobile internet access, online journalism, blogs, and micro-blogs.In sum, this book offers researchers and students working on issues related to internet communication not only a thorough and up-to-date treatment of online privacy and the social web. It also presents a glimpse of the future by exploring emergent issues concerning new technological applications and by suggesting theory-based research agendas that can guide inquiry beyond the current forms of social technologies"--Publisher.
ISBN 9783642215209 (hbk.)
3642215203 (hbk.)
9783642215216 (e-book)
3642215211 (e-book)
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Author Trepte, Sabine.
Subject Online social networks -- Security measures.
Internet -- Security measures.
Alt author Reinecke, Leonard.
Alternative Title Perspectives on privacy and self-disclosure in the social web
Descript xi, 269 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents Introduction to privacy online / Joseph D. Walther -- Three theories of privacy : an overview / Stephen T. Margulis -- Negotiating privacy concerns and social capital needs in a social media environment / Nicole B. Ellison, Jessia Vitak, Charles Steinfeld, Rebecca Gray, and Cliff Lampe -- Digital crowding : privacy, self-disclosure, and technology / Adam N. Joinson, David J. Houghton, Asimina Vasalou, and Ben L. Marder -- Ethics, privacy, and self-restraint in social networking / Bernhard Debatin -- The social web as a shelter for privacy and authentic living / Sabine Trepte and Leonard Reinecke -- Fifteen minutes of privacy : privacy, sociality, and publicity on social network sites / Zizi Papacharissi and Paige L. Gibson -- The co-evolution of social network ties and online privacy behavior / Kevin Lewis -- Self-protection of online privacy : a behavioral approach / Mike Z. Yao -- Online self-presentation : balancing privacy concerns and impression construction on social networking sites / Nicole C. Krämer and Nina Haferkamp -- The uses of privacy online : trading a loss of privacy for social web gratifications? / Monika Taddicken and Cornelia Jers -- (Micro)blogs : practices of privacy management / Jan-Hinrik Schmidt -- Privacy in social networking sites / Marc Ziegele and Oliver Quiring -- Mobile privacy : contexts / Maren Hartmann -- Online privacy as a news factor in journalism / Wiebke Loosen -- Adolescents' online privacy : toward a developmental perspective -- Jochen Peter and Patti M. Valkenburg -- The elderly and the internet : how senior citizens deal with online privacy / Wiebke Maass -- Privacy and gender in the social web / Mike Thelwall.
Note "Communications and personal information that are posted online are usually accessible to a vast number of people. Yet when personal data exist online, they may be searched, reproduced and mined by advertisers, merchants, service providers or even stalkers. Many users know what may happen to their information, while at the same time they act as though their data are private or intimate. They expect their privacy will not be infringed while they willingly share personal information with the world via social network sites, blogs, and in online communities.The chapters collected by Trepte and Reinecke address questions arising from this disparity that has often been referred to as the privacy paradox. Works by renowned researchers from various disciplines including psychology, communication, sociology, and information science, offer new theoretical models on the functioning of online intimacy and public accessibility, and propose novel ideas on the how and why of online privacy. The contributing authors offer intriguing solutions for some of the most pressing issues and problems in the field of online privacy. They investigate how users abandon privacy to enhance social capital and to generate different kinds of benefits. They argue that trust and authenticity characterize the uses of social network sites.
They explore how privacy needs affect users' virtual identities. Ethical issues of privacy online are discussed as well as its gratifications and users' concerns. The contributors of this volume focus on the privacy needs and behaviors of a variety of different groups of social media users such as young adults, older users, and genders. They also examine privacy in the context of particular online services such as social network sites, mobile internet access, online journalism, blogs, and micro-blogs.In sum, this book offers researchers and students working on issues related to internet communication not only a thorough and up-to-date treatment of online privacy and the social web. It also presents a glimpse of the future by exploring emergent issues concerning new technological applications and by suggesting theory-based research agendas that can guide inquiry beyond the current forms of social technologies"--Publisher.
ISBN 9783642215209 (hbk.)
3642215203 (hbk.)
9783642215216 (e-book)
3642215211 (e-book)
Author Trepte, Sabine.
Subject Online social networks -- Security measures.
Internet -- Security measures.
Alt author Reinecke, Leonard.
Alternative Title Perspectives on privacy and self-disclosure in the social web

Subject Online social networks -- Security measures.
Internet -- Security measures.
Descript xi, 269 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents Introduction to privacy online / Joseph D. Walther -- Three theories of privacy : an overview / Stephen T. Margulis -- Negotiating privacy concerns and social capital needs in a social media environment / Nicole B. Ellison, Jessia Vitak, Charles Steinfeld, Rebecca Gray, and Cliff Lampe -- Digital crowding : privacy, self-disclosure, and technology / Adam N. Joinson, David J. Houghton, Asimina Vasalou, and Ben L. Marder -- Ethics, privacy, and self-restraint in social networking / Bernhard Debatin -- The social web as a shelter for privacy and authentic living / Sabine Trepte and Leonard Reinecke -- Fifteen minutes of privacy : privacy, sociality, and publicity on social network sites / Zizi Papacharissi and Paige L. Gibson -- The co-evolution of social network ties and online privacy behavior / Kevin Lewis -- Self-protection of online privacy : a behavioral approach / Mike Z. Yao -- Online self-presentation : balancing privacy concerns and impression construction on social networking sites / Nicole C. Krämer and Nina Haferkamp -- The uses of privacy online : trading a loss of privacy for social web gratifications? / Monika Taddicken and Cornelia Jers -- (Micro)blogs : practices of privacy management / Jan-Hinrik Schmidt -- Privacy in social networking sites / Marc Ziegele and Oliver Quiring -- Mobile privacy : contexts / Maren Hartmann -- Online privacy as a news factor in journalism / Wiebke Loosen -- Adolescents' online privacy : toward a developmental perspective -- Jochen Peter and Patti M. Valkenburg -- The elderly and the internet : how senior citizens deal with online privacy / Wiebke Maass -- Privacy and gender in the social web / Mike Thelwall.
Note "Communications and personal information that are posted online are usually accessible to a vast number of people. Yet when personal data exist online, they may be searched, reproduced and mined by advertisers, merchants, service providers or even stalkers. Many users know what may happen to their information, while at the same time they act as though their data are private or intimate. They expect their privacy will not be infringed while they willingly share personal information with the world via social network sites, blogs, and in online communities.The chapters collected by Trepte and Reinecke address questions arising from this disparity that has often been referred to as the privacy paradox. Works by renowned researchers from various disciplines including psychology, communication, sociology, and information science, offer new theoretical models on the functioning of online intimacy and public accessibility, and propose novel ideas on the how and why of online privacy. The contributing authors offer intriguing solutions for some of the most pressing issues and problems in the field of online privacy. They investigate how users abandon privacy to enhance social capital and to generate different kinds of benefits. They argue that trust and authenticity characterize the uses of social network sites.
They explore how privacy needs affect users' virtual identities. Ethical issues of privacy online are discussed as well as its gratifications and users' concerns. The contributors of this volume focus on the privacy needs and behaviors of a variety of different groups of social media users such as young adults, older users, and genders. They also examine privacy in the context of particular online services such as social network sites, mobile internet access, online journalism, blogs, and micro-blogs.In sum, this book offers researchers and students working on issues related to internet communication not only a thorough and up-to-date treatment of online privacy and the social web. It also presents a glimpse of the future by exploring emergent issues concerning new technological applications and by suggesting theory-based research agendas that can guide inquiry beyond the current forms of social technologies"--Publisher.
Alt author Reinecke, Leonard.
ISBN 9783642215209 (hbk.)
3642215203 (hbk.)
9783642215216 (e-book)
3642215211 (e-book)

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