[Air-L] Online Dating Studies
human.factor.one at gmail.com
Wed Feb 24 01:24:33 PST 2010
There are a few Second Life papers out there - I can't remember off
the top of my head the names but it's worth a search.
Also Tom Boellstorf's book Coming of Age in Second Life.
On Feb 24, 2010, at 1:08 AM, Leurs, K.H.A. (Koen) wrote:
> Dear Erhardt,
> I recently came across a project carried out at the Oxford Internet
> Institute called "Me, My Spouse and the Internet: Meeting, Dating
> and Marriage in the Digital Age".
> You can find more about it here: http://www.oii.ox.ac.uk/research/?id=47
> , including links to publications.
> I would be interested in learning about the use of Instant Messaging
> and social networking in dating, as I am currently looking at the
> performance of gender and sexuality in IM.
> Kind regards,
> Koen Leurs | Aio / PhD student
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> Van: air-l-bounces at listserv.aoir.org namens Erhardt Graeff
> Verzonden: wo 24-2-2010 5:45
> Aan: air-l at listserv.aoir.org
> CC: Jonathan Beilin
> Onderwerp: [Air-L] Online Dating Studies
> I'm preparing to co-lead a core conversation at SXSW on online dating
> websites and trends. We've been looking at academic work like Judith
> Donath's as well as the more cheeky but practical research on the
> blog from OkCupid. Does anyone know of good case studies of particular
> online dating websites, or historical studies of trends in online
> Sources focusing on website design as well as sociological and
> aspects would all be helpful.
> Additionally, any questions about online dating sites and culture
> that you
> might be interested in exploring the answers to, or simply
> discussing, would
> be great.
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