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Cyberspace Romance

The Psychology of Online Relationships

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 240
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13 June 2006

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16 September 2017

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Through examples of Whitty's own research on cyber-relationships, online dating, cyber-harassment, and presentation of self online, as well as drawing from other people's research, the positive and negative aspects of online...

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Through examples of Whitty's own research on cyber-relationships, online dating, cyber-harassment, and presentation of self online, as well as drawing from other people's research, the positive and negative aspects of online relating are presented. This is an invaluable resource for anyone studying or conducting research on Internet relationships.

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First academic title in romance and the psychology of online relationships
Contains new primary research into online behaviour
Psychology of the internet is a growing area of research and study
Foreword by Brian Spitzberg, Professor in the School of Communication at San Diego State University, USA

Cyber-relationships, The Story so Far
From Courtly Love to Cyber-flirting
Playing at Love: Winnicott and Potential Space
Object Engagement and Dysfunctional Aspects of Relating Online
Cyber-cheating: Can We Really be Liberated in Cyberspace?
Deviance and Cyberspace
Online Dating: Shopping for Love on the Internet
Characters and Archetypes in Cyberspace
Visions of the Future.

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MONICA T. WHITTY is Lecturer in Psychology at Queen's University Belfast, UK. She lectures on cyberpsychology, social psychology and qualitative methods. Her major research interests include online dating, cyber-relationships, Internet infidelity, identity, misrepresentation of self online, cyber-stalking, cyber-ethics, and internet and email surveillance in the workplace.

ADRIAN N. CARR is Associate Professor and holds the research-only position of Principal Research Fellow in the School of Applied Social and Human Sciences, University of Western Sydney, Australia. His major area of research is psychodynamic theory and its implications for organizational application.

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MONICA T. WHITTY is Lecturer in Psychology at Queen's University Belfast, UK. She lectures on cyberpsychology, social psychology and qualitative methods. Her major research interests include online dating, cyber-relationships, Internet infidelity, identity, misrepresentation of self online, cyber-stalking, cyber-ethics, and internet and email surveillance in the workplace.

ADRIAN N. CARR is Associate Professor and holds the research-only position of Principal Research Fellow in the School of Applied Social and Human Sciences, University of Western Sydney, Australia. His major area of research is psychodynamic theory and its implications for organizational application.

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