Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication Volume 2, Number 4, ISSN 1083-6101
Proposes that a useful perspective for studying group computer-mediated communication is the theoretical construct of interactivity. Examines a representative snapshot of communication among the very large groups populating the networks. Finds that conversations are less confrontational than popularly believed: conversations are more helpful and social than competitive. (RS)
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