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HCIL-2011-36

Golub, E. (December 2011)
Social Norms of Students: Online Activities Surrounding a "First Date" Scenario
HCIL-2011-36

This paper presents the results of a student activity which gives some insight into the social norms of university students regarding online activities. The students were presented with a "first date" scenario and asked what online activities they would and would not do in relation to that scenario. A singlereviewer form of emergent coding was used to identify trends in the student responses and then iterative coding was used on the open-ended responses. The results are presented by gender and example anecdotal quotes are given for context. Some potential implications indicated by the responses are given.



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