1. The nature of the media to repeat the same ideas so that people tend to hear the same thing over and over is known as _____.
2. short for weblog; internet sites set up by individuals, businesses, and news organizations that are designed to attract the attention of as many visitors as possible with text, audio, and video is known as Blog
3. _______ is a psychological test to determine what is on the “top of the mind” of test subjects by presenting them with a series of abstract ink blots and asking them to tell the tester what they perceive in those images.
4. ________is a behavior exhibited by humans as they make contact with other humans by forming both formal and informal groups.
5. ______ is the practice of using a false identity on a social networking site (SNS)
6. Developing three-sided relationships with people and characters presented in media stories; people develop what they regard as a strong attachment to a character in their favorite video series or a public figure covered continually in the media is known as Parasocial Relationships
7. he action of posting messages (on blogs, social networking sites, etc.) designed to cause harm to others by embarrassing, belittling, and/or harassing them is known as cyberbullying
8. A negative effect of using social networking sites (SNSs) in which users develop a fear of missing out and this fear makes them feel bad unless they are constantly checking SNSs is known as _______.
9. The tendency of users of social networking sites (SNSs) to make friends who are neither too close nor too far in terms of psychological distance is known as __________.
10. Continually recording the details of one’s life and sharing those observations and thoughts on social networking sites (SNSs) is known as________
11. Small icons and graphics are known as_______
12. _______ is the use of text characters to depict pictures of emotional states such as smiles, frowns, and winks
13. The estimation that ______is the maximum number of friendships that a human can adequately maintain over time is known as Dunbar’s Number
14. Users of social networking sites (SNSs) who create fictional profiles for themselves by presenting themselves as a celebrity, pet animal, _____, or a fantasy character are known as Fakesters .
15. When three users of a social networking site (SNS) agree to add each other to their friends list, which typically grants them permission to access more information on each other’s site is known as friending
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