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This article reports on the findings from three studies that explored the question of: Insights into this question are of particular importance, given that educators and parents interested in learning more about the nature of creativity are likely to turn to the Internet as a primary source of...
Social media (e.g., Facebook, Twitter) offers the opportunity to both enact and respond to public performances of self, as well as to follow and interact with actual public figures. However, to date, we know little about how users’ attitudes about fame intersect with their social media...
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