te or unintentional harms occurring on SNSs.” (Tokunaga, p
“To this end, the negative event types on SNSs are explored in the
endeavor to create a typology documenting the various negative
events.” (Tokunaga, p 426)
Variables and Measures:-
The major variables for these research questions are that they arefocusing on SNSs and making sure they have all elements in thequestion that they want to get results for.-
Sample of 197 undergraduate students were used to find these results.-
Independent variables were the genders and ages of the participants.-
Dependent variables would be the questions they were being asked,and the fact that each participant had to have had negative experienceson SNSs.D.
Participants were a sample of 197 undergraduate students from largePacific and Southwest Universities.-
85 males (43.15%) and 112 females (56.85%). The mean age for theseparticipants was 24 with the range being 18-43.-
Students who participated had to have experiences in which theyencountered an action or behavior perpetrated by a partner over SNSsthat led to strain in the relationship.