Final year of my PhD thesis. Studying links between micro-processes of identity and social media emotional experiences
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I am currently in the final year of my PhD dissertation in which I am interested in the micro-dynamics of identity and the roles of emotional experiences in social media. With a person-centered approach, I am interested in the relationships between micro identity processes and emotional experiences. Using intensive protocols and time series analyses, I am particularly interested in the variability and fluctuations of everyday identity.
Identity can express itself at different time scales: while a whole year can have a major impact on commitment changes, daily identity relevant events pave the way for exploration of how the commitments fit to the self through real time emotional experiences. This study aimed at understanding how micro-identity processes were linked to each other a...
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