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This chapter, which investigates a range of evidence about online dating behaviour, and a synthesis of approaches to research in this area, also evaluates the nature of the market and the experiences of those who have engaged in online dating.
Further issues linked with patterns of online self-disclosure and self-presentation, and concerns about deception in online dating, are then assessed. Corporate data have indicated that the online dating business is mostly on an upward trajectory. Data show greater age difference tolerance of online daters and a willingness to adopt a broader selection of partners compared with offline-only daters. Many online dating site users increasingly fail to be fully engaged by sites that offer search opportunities for partner matches using check-box profiling.
The issues of deception and trust in relation to personal profiles have been regarded as problematic factors that could cause tension among online daters. Keywords: online dating behaviour , market , self-disclosure , self-presentation , deception , online dating sites , partner matches , trust , personal profiles , online daters. Access to the complete content on Oxford Handbooks Online requires a subscription or purchase. Public users are able to search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter without a subscription. Please subscribe or to access full text content.
The Study of Online Relationships and Dating. The Oxford Handbook of Internet Studies. . Your current browser may not support copying via this button. Subscriber in You could not be ed in, please check and try again. Username Please Username. Password Please Password. Forgot password? Don't have an ? in via your Institution. You could not be ed in, please check and try again. in with your library card Please library card . Search within Corporate evidence Self-report evidence Online measurement What kinds of people use online dating?
What motivates online daters? Are online daters satisfied with online dating? How successful is online dating for making social contacts? What are the consequences of online dating? How important is self-disclosure style? Are there other online avenues to finding a partner? What does the future hold? Final remarks References. Go to :. Abstract and Keywords This chapter, which investigates a range of evidence about online dating behaviour, and a synthesis of approaches to research in this area, also evaluates the nature of the market and the experiences of those who have engaged in online dating.
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