AIDS and Behavior, 11, Quantitatively, this study assessed how the extent to which MSM used their most preferred app to seek romance and casual sex could predict the number of romantic and casual sexual partners they met via the app. Try again later.
Publication Date: Publication Name: Participations. Therefore, in the final questionnaire, this item was rated on a 5-point scale zero, one, two, three to five, six to ten, more than ten. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 57 4 : More information about the person, including the distance between the two persons, age, body measurements, and a short biography, is available by clicking on the profile photos.
Mobile content contribution and retrieval: An exploratory study using the uses and gratifications paradigm. Therefore, usage intensity of the apps does not matter. Gay identity confusion. Citations per year. Chen and Zhang et al. Some researchers have utilized Grindr to recruit geographically stratified samples Burrell et al.
Finally, H2. Therefore, usage intensity of the apps does not matter. Apart from testing the basic mediation hypothesis H1this study also assesses how gay identity confusion RQ1 and outness H2s moderate the mediating path between usage intensity and the number of romantic or sexual partners met via MSM-specific networking app.
Hunt, D. Telematics and Informatics, 24 2 The uses-and-gratifications perspective of media effects. Public Understanding of Science 14 4,
This "Cited by" count includes citations to the following articles in Scholar. Journal of Computer- Mediated Communication, 12 4 , Log In Sign Up. Savin-Williams and Diamond found that MSM usually had their first same-sex sexual experience before identifying themselves as gay.
Because of these two contradictory predictions, this research asks: RQ1.