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July 22, 2005

Personal & non-personal blogger survey from Asia

A recent survey on blogging from Asia was launched this week by Andy Koh, Alvin Lim, and Ng Ee Soon from the School of Communication and Information, Nanyang Technological University (SCI/NTU) in Singapore.

“The results of our survey indicate that personal and non-personal bloggers are indeed different in their blogging experiences, habits, and demographics.?

"findings show that while personal and non-personal bloggers have some things in common in terms of their ethical beliefs and practices, there are also some distinctive differences. For example, non-personal bloggers valued attribution and truth telling the most, but for personal bloggers truth telling was less important than attribution and minimizing harm."

Posted by johncass at July 22, 2005 6:08 PM

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