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The convergence of emerging groups via Web 2.0 social networking sites

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In the 1980s and ‘90s online communities were said to have freed us from geographical and time constraints. Yet they were defined by the virtual space used to host people’s interactions. Online communities were artificially constructed each with a distinctive theme agreed by their designers. Membership was granted by subscription. Users interested in the community’s theme joined to search for content and meet people with similar interests. In new Web 2.0 environments such as social networkin...

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University of Oxford
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OULS - Oxford University Library Services
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Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
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School of Management
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