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Moreover, in a study of teenagers' Internet use, Gross (2004) found that male and female teenagers did not differ greatly in their online habits or behavior.These last observations raise an important issue, which is that times—and technologies—have changed since the gender and CMC research conducted in the 1990s.
Indeed, although all of the chat sites analyzed for the present study offer users the possibility of hiding their gender, most teenage users choose to identify themselves as male or female (e.g., through the choice of distinctly gendered nicknames and/or photographs).
These observations were supported in later studies of asynchronous CMC (e.g., Guiller & Durndell, 2006; Thompson & Murachver, 2001).
They also resemble previously reported findings of gender differences in spoken communication (cf.
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