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Gender Differences in the Style and Substance of Adolescents' Personal Home Pages
Unformatted Document Text:  Gender Differences 26 22 Herring, "Gender Differences in Computer-mediated Communication," 4. 23 See Deborah Tannen, Gender and Discourse (NY: Oxford University Press, 1994). 24 Chandler & Roberts-Young, "The Construction of Identity in the Personal Homepages of Adolescents." 25 Chandler & Roberts-Young, "The Construction of Identity in the Personal Homepages of Adolescents." 26 Erving Goffman, The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life (NY: Anchor Books, 1959). 27 Kim Dolgin and Nozomi Minowa, “Gender Differences in Self-Presentation,” Sex Roles 36, no. 5/6 (1997): 371-380. 28 Nicola Doering, "Personal Home Pages on the Web: A Review of Research," Journal of Computer Mediated Communication 7, no. 3 (2002) <www.ascusc.org/jcmc/vol7/issue3/doering.html> (Date accessed 28 May 2002) ; Dominick , Who Do You Think You Are? Personal Home Pages and Self- presentation on the World Wide Web”; Hugh Miller and Jill Arnold, “Self in Web Home Pages: Gender, Identity, and Power in Cyberspace,” in Towards CyberPsychology: Mind, Cognitions, and Society in the Internet age, eds. Giuseppe. Riva and Carlo Galimberti (Amsterdam: IOS Press, 2001); Hugh Miller and Russell Mather "The Presentation of Self in WWW Home Pages" (paper presented at the IRISS '98 conference, Bristol, UK, March 1998). <http://ess.ntu.ac.uk/miller/cyberpsych/millmath.htm> (Date accessed 5 May 2002). 29 See Stern, "Virtually Speaking: Girls’ Self-Disclosure on the WWW." 30 Ken Rotenberg, “Disclosure Processes: An Introduction,” in Disclosure processes in children and adolescents, ed. Ken Rotenberg (NY: Cambridge University Press, 1995), 1-9. 31 Valerian Derlega and J. Grzelak, “Appropriateness of Self-disclosure,” in Self-disclosure: Origins, Patterns, and Implications of Openness in Interpersonal Relationships, ed. Gordon Chelune (San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 1979), 152. 32 Valerian Derlega, Bonnie Durham, Barbara Gockel, and David Sholis, “Sex Differences in Self- disclosure: Effects of Topic Content, Friendship, and Partner’s Sex,” Sex Roles 7, no. 4 (1981): 434-435; William Snell, Sharyn Belk, and Raymond Hawkins, “The Masculine and Feminine Self-Disclosure

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Gender Differences 26
22
Herring, "Gender Differences in Computer-mediated Communication," 4.
23
See Deborah Tannen, Gender and Discourse (NY: Oxford University Press, 1994).
24
Chandler & Roberts-Young, "The Construction of Identity in the Personal Homepages of Adolescents."
25
Chandler & Roberts-Young, "The Construction of Identity in the Personal Homepages of Adolescents."
26
Erving Goffman, The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life (NY: Anchor Books, 1959).
27
Kim Dolgin and Nozomi Minowa, “Gender Differences in Self-Presentation,” Sex Roles 36, no. 5/6
(1997): 371-380.
28
Nicola Doering, "Personal Home Pages on the Web: A Review of Research," Journal of Computer
Mediated Communication 7, no. 3 (2002) <www.ascusc.org/jcmc/vol7/issue3/doering.html> (Date
accessed 28 May 2002)
;
Dominick
,
Who Do You Think You Are? Personal Home Pages and Self-
presentation on the World Wide Web”; Hugh Miller and Jill Arnold, “Self in Web Home Pages: Gender,
Identity, and Power in Cyberspace,” in Towards CyberPsychology: Mind, Cognitions, and Society in the
Internet age, eds. Giuseppe. Riva and Carlo Galimberti
(Amsterdam: IOS Press, 2001); Hugh Miller and
Russell Mather "The Presentation of Self in WWW Home Pages" (paper presented at the IRISS '98
conference, Bristol, UK, March 1998). <http://ess.ntu.ac.uk/miller/cyberpsych/millmath.htm> (Date
accessed 5 May 2002).
29
See Stern, "Virtually Speaking: Girls’ Self-Disclosure on the WWW."
30
Ken Rotenberg, “Disclosure Processes: An Introduction,” in Disclosure processes in children and
adolescents, ed. Ken Rotenberg (NY: Cambridge University Press, 1995), 1-9.
31
Valerian Derlega and J. Grzelak, “Appropriateness of Self-disclosure,” in Self-disclosure: Origins,
Patterns, and Implications of Openness in Interpersonal Relationships, ed. Gordon Chelune (San
Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 1979), 152.
32
Valerian Derlega, Bonnie Durham, Barbara Gockel, and David Sholis, “Sex Differences in Self-
disclosure: Effects of Topic Content, Friendship, and Partner’s Sex,” Sex Roles 7, no. 4 (1981): 434-435;
William Snell, Sharyn Belk, and Raymond Hawkins, “The Masculine and Feminine Self-Disclosure


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