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Forthcoming papers on online / offline relations and adolescents: (will be
sent upon request):
Mesch Gustavo  and Ilan Talmud. Online Friendship Formation, Communication
Channels, and Social  Closeness. International Journal of Internet Sciences
(official journal of the German Association for Internet Research).

Mesch Gustavo S. and Ilan Talmud. Similarity and The Quality of Online and
Offline Social Relationships among Adolescents in Israel. Journal of
Research in Adolescence.


Draft: Mesch, Gustavo and Ilan Talmud. The Quality of Online and Offline
Relationships, the role of multiplexity and duration.


----- Original Message -----
From: "danah boyd" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Tuesday, November 08, 2005 3:56 AM
Subject: social networks of youth


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> A while back, folks asked if anyone had good references on the social
> networks of youth and there was very little response (but a bunch of
> ongoing research).  So, i thought i'd ask again: is there any work
> out there on social networks of youth culture?  (I'm personally
> interested in teenage social networks (approximately 10-20).)
>
> danah
>
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