Lit Review Resources 11_20.docx - Running head SOCIAL MEDIA 1 Social Media The Effects on Social Identity Dantavius T Swift Grand Canyon University

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Running head: SOCIAL MEDIA 1 Social Media: The Effects on Social Identity Dantavius T. Swift Grand Canyon University November 20, 2019
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Social Media: The Effects on Social Identity 2 Literature Review Resources Number Article Information: Be sure entries are presented in alphabetical order. Added to RefWorks? Y or N (optional) 1. Reference Atakan-Duman, S., Pasamehmetoglu, A., & Bozaykut-Buk, T. (2019). The challenge of constructing a unique online identity through an isomorphic social media presence. International Journal of Communication (Online), , 160. Y Permalink Annotation This is article that discusses how students attempt to create a relevant social identity byways of their university’s social media presence. The study is designed to understand how student’s perceive themselves based upon the message and image their university is conveying. 2. Reference Duffy, A. (2019). Narrative matters: You do you: Teens' coconstruction of narrative, reality and identity on social media. Child & Adolescent Mental Health, 24 (3), 288-290. doi:10.1111/camh.12289 Y Permalink Annotation The article studies the mental, emotional, and physical affects that the use of social media has on teens during their constructive stages. It does and in-depth analysis and comparison of teens based on their use of social media. Additionally, the study focuses on how students evaluate themselves as leaders in their extracurricular activities. 3. Reference Helal, G., Ozuem, W., & Lancaster, G. (2018). Social media brand perceptions of millennials. International Journal of Retail & Distribution Y
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Social Media: The Effects on Social Identity 3 Management, 46 (10), 977-998. doi:10.1108/IJRDM-03-2018-0066 Permalink Annotation The study designed is unique in its construct. Its purpose is to transcribe how millennials use technology as a method of communication. The purpose is to understand how the millennial approach affects personal and professional communications. Additionally, it discusses how professionals use social media to connect with employees to help them develop their identity. 4. Reference Schroeder, A. N., & Cavanaugh, J. M. (2018). Fake it 'til you make it: Examining faking ability on social media pages. Computers in Human Behavior, 84 , 29-35. doi:10.1016/j.chb.2018.02.011 Y Permalink Annotation This study focuses on how humans use their social media to develop alternative identities and/or personas. It includes a brief
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