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Dunbar, R. I. M. and Spoors, M. (1995): Social networks, support cliques and kinship. Human Nature , 6, 273-290. Social networks, support cliques and kinship. Human Nature

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social network analysis and graph theory for human overview. We examine possibilities to render the time consuming process of researching and evaluating of scientific literature more efficient and traceable. Misjudgments resulting from subjective

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van der Hulst, R. (2004): Gender Differences in Workplace Authority. An Empirical Study on Social Networks . Groningen: ICS Dissertation Series. Hulst R

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BarNir, A. - Smith, K.A. (2002): Interfirm Alliances in the Small Business: The Role of Social Networks. Journal of Small Business Management , 40(3): 219–232. Smith K.A. Interfirm

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védelme a magyar munkajogban (Bába K. 2008 ) Boyd , D. and Ellison , N. , ‘ Social Network Sites: Definition, History, and Scholarship ’ ( 2008 ) 13 Journal of Computer

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References R. K. Baker K. M. White 2010 Predicting adolescents’ use of social networking

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Authors: Tagrid Leménager, Julia Dieter, Holger Hill, Sabine Hoffmann, Iris Reinhard, Martin Beutel, Sabine Vollstädt-Klein, Falk Kiefer and Karl Mann

classification as a “behavioral addiction,” remain open questions ( Billieux, Schimmenti, Khazaal, Maurage, & Heeren, 2015 ). Internet games and social networks are the two most commonly used applications by Internet addicts ( Bischof, Bischof, Meyer

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Trust. Social Networks 20(3): 265–289. Buskens V. The Social Structure of Trust Social Networks 1998

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Introduction The latest technological advancements played a key role in changing the way individuals experience social networking sites (SNS) and video games. Although these developments enhanced users’ overall experiences

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involves engagement with specific Internet applications such as social networking sites (SNSs). General PIU has been a highly debated concept with researchers questioning whether or not the Internet per se is a source of the problematic behavior or whether

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