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Online Disclosure: An Empirical Examination of Undergraduate Facebook Profiles
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NASPA Journal Volume 45, Number 1, ISSN 1559-5455

Abstract

This study advances our knowledge of students' online self-disclosures by examining a random sample of students' Facebook profiles at a large, public research University in the Northeast. A quantitative content analysis revealed that the vast majority of students had a Facebook account and very small proportions restricted access of their profile to University staff. Substantial proportions of students' profiles contained contact information, course schedules, positive references to the University, and pictures of students' consuming alcohol. Detailed implications for practice are discussed. (Contains 3 tables.)

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Kolek, E.A. & Saunders, D. (2008). Online Disclosure: An Empirical Examination of Undergraduate Facebook Profiles. NASPA Journal, 45(1), 1-25. Retrieved July 4, 2020 from .

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