Social media portrait-editing intentions: Comparisons between Chinese and American female college students

Dongdong Yang*, Tai-Yee Wu, David J. Atkin, Diana I. Ríos, Yuemiao Liu

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Editing pictures before posting has become a common impression management practice among social media users. Drawing from dramaturgical theory, this study explored the dispositional and cultural predictors of portrait-editing intentions between Chinese and U.S. college females through an online survey. Results demonstrate that Chinese college females exhibit higher body image self-discrepancy than American college females. Moreover, neuroticism and covert narcissism positively predict body image self-discrepancy, while overt narcissism negatively predicts self-discrepancy. In addition, body image self-discrepancy mediates the relationships between three personality traits and portrait-editing intentions for Americans. Finally, the effect of body image self-discrepancy on portrait-editing intentions is stronger for Americans than for Chinese.

原文American English
文章編號101714
期刊Telematics and Informatics
65
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出版狀態Published - 12月 2021

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