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The article refers to the process of forming a virtual identity. Virtual identity is defined as the desired image of a subject that has no physical representation but is a personality self-presentation in the Internet space, through which he establishes his ties with a virtual environment and extends its social experience. The author examines the changing social experience during the formation of virtual personality, including: language, personal meanings, theoretical and empirical knowledge. As the main characteristics of the individual author defines virtual virtuality, focus, involvement in the Internet space


Virtual identity outlook social experience Internet language internet user

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Niyazova Naima Abdullajonovna 2021. FEATURES OF FORMING A VIRTUAL PERSONALITY OF AN INTERNET USER. International Journal on Integrated Education. 4, 1 (Jan. 2021), 72-75. DOI:


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