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     * [[https://​www.stopbullying.gov/​cyberbullying/​kids-on-social-media-and-gaming/​index.html|the US government site on cyberbullying]]     * [[https://​www.stopbullying.gov/​cyberbullying/​kids-on-social-media-and-gaming/​index.html|the US government site on cyberbullying]]
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 +Also, I used a term, [[https://​www.google.co.kr/​search?​ei=HlKhXO75AaW1mAXl15OABw&​q=social+theory+on+online+group+polarization&​oq=social+theories+on+online+group+pola&​gs_l=psy-ab.1.0.33i22i29i30.22242.33305..34777...2.0..0.152.4094.14j24......0....1..gws-wiz.......0j0i67j0i10j0i22i30j0i8i13i30j33i10._RHHWMzgYqs|"​social theory on online group polarization"​]] in google. ​
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 +Several theories came up. 
 +  * Social Identification Effects in Group Polarization | Request PDF
 +  * Group Polarization in Virtual Communities - IDEALS @ Illinois
 +  * Extreme members and group polarization:​ Social Influence: Vol 4, No 3
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