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High and Crystal Wotipka, lead author of the study and graduate teaching assistant in the UI’s Department of Communication Studies, wanted to know how people who use these sites respond to different ways people present themselves online.What they discovered is most people in their study were drawn to individuals whose profiles were positive but not over-the-top glowing. If you can name something or provide people with a link to get there, then do it.More important, however, participants preferred people whose online persona could be clearly traced to a real person.“Instead of just saying, ‘I write a blog,’ name the blog and encourage people to check it out,” High says. High and Wotipka presented their preliminary findings in November 2014 at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association.They plan to submit a paper to a peer-reviewed journal in the spring of 2015.Personal profiles are not just for romantic pursuit.People create profiles for networking, advancement, and business opportunities, through sites such as the business-oriented social networking service Linked In.
To do this, they created eight online dating profiles—four men and four women—with various combinations of two perspectives.
One perspective is called “Selective Self-Presentation,” or what the researchers refer to as SSP, which is a profile that highlights only what’s “good” about a person and downplays the rest.
The other is called “Warranting,” which is a profile that contains information easily traced to a real person.
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He has also written music for theater and film, including a collaboration with Neil Gaiman on the stage adaptation of “Coraline”.