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Wireless technologies and cultures: Towards an agenda for research Gregg, M.; Goggin, G. 2007 view article
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We value what values us: The appeal of identity-affirming science Morton, T. A.; Haslam, S. A.; Postmes, T.; Ryan, M. K. 2006 view article
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Social capital, self-esteem, and use of online social network sites: A longitudinal analysis Steinfield, C.s; Ellison, N. B.; Lampe, C. 2008 view article
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