Queer identity online
Computers in Human Behavior, Volume 65, Issue C, 2016, Pages 635-642.
In this study, we explored how social media, particularly social networking sites, serve as informal learning environments for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, and otherwise-identified (LGBTQ) individuals during formative stages of their evolving LGBTQ identity. We conducted semi-structured interviews (N=33) probing LGBTQ...More
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