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    Title: 臉書真實性與理想性自我呈現之相關因素探討
    Authors: 張軒瑜
    Contributors: 資訊傳播學系
    Keywords: 自我呈現、社交媒體、社會連結性、逃避現實、社會比較性、Self-presentation、Social media、Social connectedness、Escapism、Social comparison
    Date: 2018
    Issue Date: 2018-08-14 14:39:04 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 亞洲大學
    Abstract: 隨著資訊科技的進步,網路平台也不斷地變化推陳出新,從部落格演變至各類型的社交平台,社交媒體蓬勃發展至現今二十一世紀,已趨向穩定成熟階段,其中臉書成為最受歡迎。
    As the rapid advancement of information technology, the social platform is constantly changing and innovating from blogs to various types of social media. In the 21st century, Social media has developed maturely. Among them, Facebook is the most popular platform.
    Some of the users’ self-presentation materials on Facebook are true to reflect themselves, while others are idealistic representations rather than real self. This is related to the correctness of big data analysis results. In this current age that many things depend on the analysis of big data, the issue of self-presentation by social media users is particularly important. Aiming at this subject, this study explores how social connection and escapism of the Facebook use, as well as the social comparison of user personality influencing self-presentation.
    This study was conducted by surveying through the Internet. According to the results of data analysis, no difference between genders was found in all variables. Social connectedness and escapism are related with age. There is a significant difference between self-presentation and self-presentation, and users tend to adopt a real self-presentation. Both ideal and real self-presentation are predicted by social connectivity and social comparison.
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