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In-text: (Anixiadis et al. 181-190)
Your Bibliography: Anixiadis, Fay et al. "Effects Of Thin-Ideal Instagram Images: The Roles Of Appearance Comparisons, Internalization Of The Thin Ideal And Critical Media Processing." Body Image 31 (2019): 181-190. Web.
In-text: (Gamson 1061-1069)
Your Bibliography: Gamson, Joshua. "The Unwatched Life Is Not Worth Living: The Elevation Of The Ordinary In Celebrity Culture." PMLA 126.4 (2011): 1061-1069. Web.
In-text: (Lee and Borah 57-66)
Your Bibliography: Lee, Danielle Ka Lai, and Porismita Borah. "Self-Presentation On Instagram And Friendship Development Among Young Adults: A Moderated Mediation Model Of Media Richness, Perceived Functionality, And Openness." Computers in Human Behavior 103 (2020): 57-66. Web.
In-text: (Lowe-Calverley, Grieve and Padgett 101299)
Your Bibliography: Lowe-Calverley, Emily, Rachel Grieve, and Christine Padgett. "A Risky Investment? Examining The Outcomes Of Emotional Investment In Instagram." Telematics and Informatics 45 (2019): 101299. Web.
In-text: (Sanz-Blas, Buzova and Miquel-Romero 143-161)
Your Bibliography: Sanz-Blas, Silvia, Daniela Buzova, and María José Miquel-Romero. "From Instagram Overuse To Instastress And Emotional Fatigue: The Mediation Of Addiction." Spanish Journal of Marketing - ESIC 23.2 (2019): 143-161. Web.
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