Non-public and public online community participation: Needs, attitudes and behavior

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Blair Nonnecke


This paper introduces the concepts of public and non-public online community engagement, as well as an examination of the differences between online users who post and those who don't. Understanding how online communities take shape helps to better understand xenophobia exhibited on Chinese media platforms.


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