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January 3, 2009 by Paul Stock

The advent of digital platforms that attempt to develop online communities has changed the ways we act and develop relationships. Digital Dialogues and Community 2.0 explores the changes technology has made in the way we communicate with and connect to others and how it has contributed to the creation of an inclusive digital society. Each of the book s four parts looks at a different aspect of these networks: communities and resistance, structures of sharing, professional communication, and fandom and consumption. It also examines the new ways digital networks have taught us to think about language, identity, and social connections.

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