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Sources in Rhetoric and Communication in Virtual Worlds, defined as Interactive online social environments, including social media, discussion boards, blogs, 3D grids and multiplayer roleplay games.

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DeAndrea, David C., Stephanie Tom Tong, Yuhua Jake Liang, Timothy R. Levine , & Joseph B. Walther. "When Do People Misrepresent Themselves to Others? The Effects of Social Desirability, Ground Truth, and Accountability on Deceptive Self-Presentations." Journal of Communication 62 (2012): 400-417.

Martey, Rosa Mikeall, and Mia Consalvo. "Performing the Looking-Glass Self: Avatar Appearance and Group Identity in Second Life." Popular Communication 9 (2011): 165-180.

Walther, Joseph B., et al. (2011). The Effect of Feedback on Identity Shift in Computer-Mediated Communication. Media Psychology 14: 1-26.

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