Giving and sharing in the computer-mediated economy

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Harvey, J; Smith, A; Golightly, D;

The paper examines how digital technology mediates the behaviour of consumers in three online systems that facilitate offline gift giving and sharing (Freecycle, Couchsurfing, and Landshare). Findings derived from a netnography and depth interviews reveal how technology... View more
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