2023
DOI: 10.1177/20563051231182365
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How Subjective Norms Relate to Personal Privacy Regulation in Social Media: A Cross-National Approach

Abstract: The growing body of research on privacy documents cross-cultural differences in the way people manage their privacy in social media. Yet, cultural values do not provide a consistent account for these differences. Drawing on communication privacy management theory, this work argues that different governmental approaches of privacy regulation shape users' subjective norms in the form of perceived rules about how to manage personal and collective boundaries. These subjective privacy norms may better explain cross… Show more

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