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About this book
This book discusses the interactions between societies and examines how people behave in the cyber world. It highlights the effects of the Internet on individuals’ psychological well-being, the formation and maintenance of personal relationships, group memberships, social identity, the workplace, the pedagogy of learning and community involvement. The book also explores in-depth the unique qualities of Internet technologies and how these have encouraged people to interact across communities. It is a valuable resource for academics, practitioners and policy makers who want to understand the capabilities of Internet technologies and their impacts on people's lives.
Converging paradigms in behavioral and social engineering Corporate social responsibility E-Learning readiness Entrepeneurial self-efficacy Green computing knowledge Islamic tourism model Online purchasing behavior Online sexual harrassment Recent trends in social behavior Social web technologies and the economy Social web technologies in educational settings Traditional Malay shadow theatre Trauma among juvenile victims Whistleblowing and corporate fraud