Participants also indicate that primary frustrations with online dating stem from not knowing how other daters are interpreting them and why their conversations end abruptly.These findings suggest that some of the misrepresentation found in prior work may actually be unintentional misinterpretation.
The findings reveal that girls creating their visual self value both the aesthetic, emotional, self-reflecting as well as aesthetic-symbolical aspects of photographing more than their male counterparts.
Furthermore, visual impression management in SNS varies according to the expectations of the reference group at hand, as the profile images of the young are constructed and re-constructed based on the values associated with “the ideal self” or “the ought self”.
It’s better to fail quickly than end up in a relationship that won’t make you happy.
You’re looking for companions, not running for office.
Last week, I experienced a huge social faux pas which will be the subject of today’s column: Reaction.
Keeping in mind that the modern-dating culture is built on Impression Management, the impressions you paint on women matter.
Social networking sites, profile images, self-presentation, identity, Estonia Social networking sites are quite new phenomena; however their popularity and influence is constantly growing.
Millions of people use social networking sites such as My Space, Friendster, and Face Book daily in order to present themselves, communicate with friends and entertain themsleves looking at the profiles of others.
This article takes as a point of departure Erving Goffman`s (1959) ideas and the self-discrepancy theory of Higgins (1987) in order to introduce the habits of self-presentation of young people in the online environments.