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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Elliot Panek
This may be because adults "usually have already formed their social selves and they use social media to gain approval from those who are already in their social circles," said Mr. Panek, noting that Facebook is all about "friending."
This was an important caveat, as it is expected that frequent posts about one's own accomplishments, thoughts and feelings "would be indicative of narcissism, while [frequent] posts related to news events would not," wrote Mr. Panek, a doctoral graduate in media studies.