- Internet users--Identities
- Virtual identities
- found: Work cat.: Marwick, A.E. Selling your self : online identity in the age of a commodified Internet, 2005.
- found: Wikipedia, Mar. 29, 2006 (Online identity. An online identity is a social identity that network users establish in online communities. Although some people prefer to use their real names online, most Internet users prefer to identify themselves by means of pseudonyms, which reveal varying amounts of personally identifiable information.)
- found: Your online identity, via Georgia Tech research news, Sept. 9, 1999, viewed Mar. 29, 2006 (virtual identity; identity and culture in online communities; identity in online environments; people are identified by their online names)
- found: M/Cyclopedia of new media, via WWW, Mar. 29, 2006 sexual identity online ("The notion of online identity has become a critical issue in the debate surrounding the social effects of the so-called 'virtual world' offered by the Internet.") virtual identities (Online identity; an identity that is specific to the online environment; virtual identity)
- found: Webopedia, Mar. 29, 2006 (identity: In computer technology, the unique name of a person, device, or the combination of both that is recognized by a system)
- notfound: Psybox : the Web's biggest dictionary of psychology, Mar. 28, 2006;Psychology glossary, via WWW, Mar. 28, 2006;Barkley's OASIS comprehensive technology glossary, via WWW, Mar. 28, 2006;Telecommunications : glossary of telecommunication, via WWW, Mar. 28, 2006;Free on-line dict. of computing, Mar. 29, 2006;NetLingo, Mar. 29, 2006
- 2006-03-29: new
- 2006-09-06: revised
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