A theory of unified online identity

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one has online identity because one’s use of the computer-mediated technology forces one to self dentify to other Internet users and, reflexively, to oneself

while the Internet does not change our conception of self in any it can affect, expand, and alter the way in which we view ourselves

unified online identity is presented as an explanation of how cyberspace affects our notion of identity

Sherry Turkle , we see ourselves differently as we catch sight of our images in the mirror of the machine.the self as fragmented and non-autonomous.the value our cyber identities have for increased self-knowledge