Самопрезентация в социальных сетях в зависимости от личностных особенностей

DOI: 10.15293/2312-1580.2204.05

Авторы

  • Екатерина Владимировна Ветерок Новосибирский государственный педагогический университет

Ключевые слова:

самопрезентация, социальные сети, личность, личностные особенности

Аннотация

В статье рассматривается самопрезентация в социальных сетях в зависимости от личностных особенностей. Проанализирована специфика социальных сетей как одного из средств самопрезентации субъектов. Отмечено, что проявление себя в социальных сетях обусловлено различными личностными особенностями. Проанализированы основные зарубежные исследования, посвященные изучению связи между личностными особенностями и публикацией фотографий пользователями в социальных сетях. В процессе теоретического анализа установлено, что экстраверсия является самым значимым предиктором для большинства категорий фотографий, которые включают: автопортреты, путешествия с друзьями, путешествия в одиночку, занятия с семьей, занятия с друзьями, встречи, художественный досуг, интеллектуальный досуг, физический досуг в помещении, физический досуг на открытом воздухе, случайные снимки, интересы и хобби, фотографии привлекательных людей и др. Выделены основные категории фотографий, публикуемых пользователями социальных сетей. Представлены результаты эмпирического исследования специфики самопрезентации в социальных сетях посредством публикации различных типов фотографий в зависимости от личностных особенностей.

Биография автора

Екатерина Владимировна Ветерок, Новосибирский государственный педагогический университет

Кандидат психологических наук, доцент кафедры практической и специальной психологии

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Yang C.-L. The Relationships Between Personality and Facebook Photographs: A Study in Taiwan. Cogent Business & Management, 2019, vol. 6, issue 11. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/23311975.2019.1577521

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2023-01-09

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Актуальные экспериментальные исследования психологии и смежных наук