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Soziale Netzwerk Seiten

Die Digitalisierung sozialer Beziehungen
  • Bernadette Kneidinger-MüllerEmail author
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Zusammenfassung

Soziale Netzwerk Seiten eröffnen neue Möglichkeiten der digitalisierten Beziehungspflege. In diesem Beitrag werden technische und nutzungsbezogene Faktoren diskutiert, die beeinflussen, inwiefern computerbasierte Interaktionen positive oder negative Auswirkungen auf Beziehungsnetzwerke haben.

Schlüsselwörter

Soziale Netzwerk Seiten Soziale Netzwerke Digitalisierung Soziale Beziehungen Facebook 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Otto-Friedrich-Universität BambergBambergDeutschland

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