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Giulia Ranzini
Giulia Ranzini
Assistant Professor in Communication, VU Amsterdam
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Love at first swipe? Explaining Tinder self-presentation and motives
G Ranzini, C Lutz
Mobile Media & Communication 5 (1), 80-101, 2017
2642017
Privacy cynicism: A new approach to the privacy paradox
CP Hoffmann, C Lutz, G Ranzini
Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace 10 (4), 2016
1232016
Professional personae-How organizational identification shapes online identity in the workplace
C Fieseler, M Meckel, G Ranzini
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 20 (2), 153-170, 2015
1192015
Where dating meets data: Investigating social and institutional privacy concerns on Tinder
C Lutz, G Ranzini
Social Media+ Society 3 (1), 2056305117697735, 2017
792017
Click here to look clever: Self-presentation via selective sharing of music and film on social media
BK Johnson, G Ranzini
Computers in Human Behavior 82, 148-158, 2018
672018
To you who (I think) are listening: Imaginary audience and impression management on Facebook
G Ranzini, E Hoek
Computers in Human Behavior 75, 228-235, 2017
462017
Data capitalism and the user: An exploration of privacy cynicism in Germany
C Lutz, CP Hoffmann, G Ranzini
new media & society 22 (7), 1168-1187, 2020
402020
Millennials and the sharing economy: European perspectives
G Ranzini, G Newlands, G Anselmi, A Andreotti, T Eichhorn, M Etter, ...
Available at SSRN 3061704, 2017
402017
Diversity by choice: Applying a social cognitive perspective to the role of public service media in the digital age
CP Hoffmann, C Lutz, M Meckel, G Ranzini
International Journal of Communication 9 (1), 1360-1381, 2015
302015
Stress 2.0: Social media overload among Swiss teenagers
C Lutz, G Ranzini, M Meckel
Communication and Information Technologies Annual, 2014
242014
Privacy in the sharing economy
G Ranzini, M Etter, C Lutz, I Vermeulen
Available at SSRN 2960942, 2017
232017
Swipe right: An exploration of self-presentation and impression management on Tinder
G Ranzini, C Lutz, M Gouderjaan
International Communication Association (ICA), 2016
192016
Sharenting, peer influence, and privacy concerns: A study on the instagram-sharing behaviors of parents in the United Kingdom
G Ranzini, G Newlands, C Lutz
Social Media+ Society 6 (4), 2056305120978376, 2020
182020
The networked communications manager: A typology of managerial social media impression management tactics
C Fieseler, G Ranzini
Corporate Communications: An International Journal, 2015
152015
Exposing one's identity: Social judgments of colleagues' traits can influence employees' Facebook boundary management
AM Van Prooijen, G Ranzini, J Bartels
Computers in Human Behavior 78, 215-222, 2018
132018
Love at first swipe? Explaining Tinder self-presentation and motives. Mobile Media & Communication, 5 (1), 80-101
G Ranzini, C Lutz
102017
It’sa match (?): Tinder usage and attitudes toward interracial dating
G Ranzini, JE Rosenbaum
Communication Research Reports 37 (1-2), 44-54, 2020
82020
Assortative (online) dating: Insights into partner choice from an experimental dating app
G Ranzini, JE Rosenbaum, JM Tybur
Computers in Human Behavior 127, 107039, 2022
52022
My home on the platform: exploring the physical privacy concerns of home-sharing providers
G Ranzini, M Etter, I Vermeulen
International Journal of Hospitality Management 86, 102433, 2020
52020
I'll be your mirror: Identity reflections on the two sides of a computer screen
G Ranzini
Liminalities. A Journal of Performance Studies, 1-17, 2014
52014
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