Older Adults and their Online Intimate Relationships

Sue Malta

The Internet is becoming increasingly important as a means to finding friendship and facilitating relationship formation. Whilst there is considerable research detailing different kinds of online relationships, their prevalence, their forms, their impacts and their development into and impact on offline relationships, information regarding older adults in this context is scarce.

 

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Sydney, Australia, April 2007

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Sue Malta

Sociologist,  PhD candidate at the Australian Centre for Emerging Technologies and Socirty at Swinburne University, Melbourne, Australia.  Sue's research interests include older adults, sexuality,social connectedness and social isolation.

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