[Air-L] Air-L Digest, Vol 163, Issue 11
julian.hopkins at monash.edu
Mon Feb 12 00:37:40 PST 2018
There is this also: Kozma, A. 2017. Shame, Class, and Embodiment in the
Catfish Universe. *Television & New Media* (available on-line:
<http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1527476417722845>*, accessed 7 August 2017).
I find that it is a common matter of interest for students when they are
considering research projects, but in practice getting data is difficult
given that the people who catfish are by definition hidden and not likely
to reveal themselves.
*DR JULIAN HOPKINS*
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On 9 February 2018 at 19:23, <air-l-request at listserv.aoir.org> wrote:
> 8. Catfishing (Rich Ling)
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> Date: Fri, 9 Feb 2018 19:14:51 +0800
> From: Rich Ling <riseling at gmail.com>
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> Dear all,
> My daughter is studying law, and is working on "catfishing," that is, the
> predatory fabrication of online identities to trick others into
> It was a new term for me. Is there any research out there about this?
> Rich L.
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