DOI:​10.1145/2380718.2380751
Corpus ID: 5636358
Loosing "friends" on Facebook
D. Quercia, Mansoureh Bodaghi, J. Crowcroft
Published in WebSci '12 2012
Psychology, Computer Science
Recent analyses of self-reported data (mainly survey data) seem to suggest that social rules for ending relationships are transformed on Facebook. There seem to be a radical difference between… Expand
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