The study also found, for the first time, that males and females used equally assertive language. The study was published in PLOS One today as part of The World Well-Being Project (wwbp.org) - a team of researchers comprised of psychologists and computer scientists, tackled the question of how and men and women express themselves differently on social media. Computational analyses were used to automatically identify differences in the types of words used by women and men.
Belgian police have warned citizens not to use Facebook’s new Reactions, to protect their privacy.
In February, the site launched six new ways of reacting to a post, alongside the Like button. They were intended partly as a way of answering calls for a “Dislike” button – allowing people to share their feelings about posts without appearing to endorse what had been said.
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