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, vol. 23, pp. 19-30. BATORSKI D. (2011), W morzu informacji, [in:] Academia, vol. 3, pp. 24-26. BLACKWELL D., LEAMAN C., TRAMPOSCH R., OSBORNE C., LISS M. (2017), Extraversion, neuroticism, attachment style and fear of missing out as predictors of social media use and addiction, [in:] Personality and Individual Differences, vol. 116, pp. 69–72. BRIGHT L.F., LOGAN K. (2018), Is my fear of missing out (FOMO) causing fatigue? Advertising, social media fatigue, and the implications for consumers and brands, [in:] Internet Research, vol. 28, pp. 1213-1227. CARLY (2019

and experiences, Warsaw: Polish Academy of Sciences - Committee for space economy and regional planning, Vol. 11, pp. 143-158. Limonad, E., 2007a: No todo acaba en Los Angeles .un nuevo paradigma: entre la urbanización concentrada y dispersa? (Los Angeles: the final horizon? A new paradigm between the concentrated and disperse urbanisation - in Spanish). In: Biblio3W, Vol. 12, No. 734, available from: http://www.ub.es/geocrit/b3w-734.htm, DoA: 2 May 2013. Limonad, E., 2007b: Nunca fomos tao metropolitanos! (More metropolitan than ever - in Portuguese) In: Reis, N

de conflito6 . Qual é então a diferença crucial entre liberais e comunitários quanto a esta questão? É a seguinte: os comunitários acreditam que temos obrigações para com as comunidades onde nascemos ou, em virtude da possibilidade de adopção multicultural, para com as comunidades onde fomos criados, sim- plesmente porque não seríamos as pessoas que somos se não fosse a educa- ção proporcionada por estas comunidades. Estas obrigações podem entrar em conflito umas com as outras, ou com os deveres que temos simplesmente como seres humanos, ou com as obrigações que

(the process is called FOMO – Fear of Missing Out ) ( Przybylski et al., 2013 ). Continuous access to information and on-line services is, however, nowadays the domain of an ever-wider cross-section of society – it is starting to affect entire generations of people affected by internetisation. It causes the blurring of the boundaries between private and professional life, but also between private and public, which might be illustrated by the increased interest and development of social networking sites, which in turn are also changing local authorities’ behaviour