(Burgoon &普罗瓦德,1993),在网上约会的背景下,随着考试的底保(琼斯& Sigall,1971),用于引出更多真实信息的参与者在一个实验组。这将是在试图解释我们的日常实践的印象管理。这样的做法,这将是假设,可以显著改变,如果一个是或成为意识到的想法,在不久的将来,人们可能想要与他们有一个持久的关系会比较他们的方式呈现自己,在线——如果他们太不同于他们的报道,在网上,潜在的伴侣可能会不满意,当他们的期望破灭。
研究介导约会之前,特别是网上约会,表明个人管理他们的印象在促进他们的利益,以及诚实(埃里森、Heino &吉布斯,2006)。然而,尽管所有的好意,一个人可以——而且可能歪曲自己,不知不觉地或在不知情的情况下,因为我们想成为理想的自我(Dovidio &法齐奥,1992)。不出所料,考虑外表吸引力的水平——可爱的主要组件(麦克考恩现金,贝格利说,&威尔斯,1975)——印象管理被广泛使用在传统约会上下文(棕色。2007;华莱士,2007)。然而,网上约会通常是不同的,由于沟通的目标,以及它的特性。
This literature review examines prior research on CMC (Romiszowski & Mason, 1996), impression management (Schlenker, 1980), and expectancy disconfirmation
(Burgoon & Poire, 1993), in the context of online dating, along with an examination of BPL (Jones & Sigall, 1971), as is used to elicit more veridical information from participants in an experimental group. That will be done in attempt to explain our everyday practices of impression management. Such practices, it will be hypothesized herein, can be significantly altered, if one is or becomes aware of the idea that, in the future, people with whom they may want to have a lasting relationship will compare them to the way in which they had presented themselves, online – and if they are too different from what they had reported, online, their potential mate may become dissatisfied, when their expectations are dashed.
Prior research about mediated dating, specifically online dating, has shown that individuals manage their impressions in promoting their interest, as well as in being honest (Ellison, Heino, & Gibbs, 2006). However, despite all good intentions, one can - and likely does – misrepresent oneself, unknowingly or unknowingly; because we want to be our ideal selves (Dovidio & Fazio, 1992). Unsurprisingly, considering the level of physical attractiveness – a major component of likability (Cash, Begley, McCown, & Weise, 1975) – impression management is widely utilized in traditional dating contexts (Brown. 2007; Wallace, 2001). However, online dating is typically different, due to the goal of the communication, as well as its features.
On the one hand, CMC separates online communicators physically so people can manage impressions without constrictions; one the other hand, deception might not beapplicable owing to an awareness of potential information verification or disconfirmation