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Reflections on the psychology and social science of cyberspace. No one knows where it will go or what forms it will take because of such movements and trends as globalization; innovative technologies; fast-growing, synchronous, and limitless communications; and vast and powerful computerization. Online motivational factors: incentives for participation and contribution in Wikipedia Sheizaf Rafaeli and Yaron Ariel; 12. The future of Internet sexuality. Warsaw, Poland: Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University Press.
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