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* Avatar * Avatar
* Cyber Communities * Cyber Communities
* Cyber Soziologie * Cyber Soziologie
  * Cybersocial limits
* Foren * Foren
* Klassengesellschaft * Klassengesellschaft
  * Mediensoziologie Web
* Online Soziologie * Online Soziologie
* Social Networks * Social Networks
* Sozialisierung * Sozialisierung
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# Soziologie des Internet # Soziologie des Internet
# Zugänge und Analysen zur religiösen Dimension des Cyberspace # Zugänge und Analysen zur religiösen Dimension des Cyberspace
# Virtual Minds # Virtual Minds
  # Hosting Web Communities
   
+++ Literaturerhebung -- Details +++ Literaturerhebung -- Details
   
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ISBN: 3930924056 ISBN: 3930924056
   
Agents, spies, zombies, con-men , fakes legal entities, novel and dream characters, avatars and bots are crossing borders in a virtual as well as in a real setting. They allow themselves to be understood as those staged, imagined, dreamt of, substituted or programmed. The book presents and reflects these strange entities from many points of view. Agents, spies, zombies, con-men , fakes legal entities, novel and dream characters, avatars and bots are crossing borders in a virtual as well as in a real setting. They allow themselves to be understood as those staged, imagined, dreamt of, substituted or programmed. The book presents and reflects these strange entities from many points of view.
   
   
  **Hosting Web Communities**
  How do online communities work?
  Author: Cliff Figalo
  Verlag: Wiley, 1998
  Web: http://archive.salon.com/21st/books/1998/10/19books.html
   
  People love using computers to socialize; that's been evident since the days of the Commodore 64 BBS two decades ago. The lure of what's now going by the name of online community -- whether to discuss a common interest, sling scurrilous insults or battle aliens -- has long been sufficiently compelling that people would brave downright hostile technology for the pleasure of hanging out with each other.