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Who Are We? Women, The Web and Self-Representation

Who is the woman on your Facebook page? Is she you? No, really. Is she the woman who wakes up in the morning with last night’s eyeliner raccooning her eyes, ran out of coffee filters and agonizes over the calories in her salad dressing? Or is she the you who works out, eats adventurously and [...]
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