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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Dar`ya Sil`chenko
The socio-psychological impact of social nerwork use restriction
Faculty of Psychology
Bachelor’s programme
2014
Studies of rejection to use social networking sites will help to predict changes in the socio-psychological impact. This research deals with the theory of social identity applying to Russian university students. The empirical database is presented by the sample of Russian students (N=65). The results anticipated could advance our understanding of the psychological nature of changes social group associated with the interaction through online resources, first of all - of social networks.

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