Research made on internet dating
People no longer need to search on the streets to find casual relationships.They can find them online if that is what they desire.Most internet sites containing personal profiles require individuals to fill in "personal information" sections.Often these sections include a series of multiple choice questions.
The Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication reports the results of a study conducted by Robert J. Most also reported interests in developing casual friendships and dating relationships with online partners.The overwhelming result was that children and youth consider their online relationships to be just as "real" as their offline relationships.The study also showed that the internet plays a crucial role in most sexual and romantic experiences of adolescent users.The amount of personal information users are being asked to provide is constantly increasing.
More and more online users are starting to explore and experiment with aspects of their sexual identities, whereas before, they may have felt uncomfortable due to social constraints or fear of possible repercussions.Synchronous communication occurs when two or more participants are interacting in real time via voice or text chat.