Information Overload and the Message Dynamics of Online Interaction Spaces: A Theoretical Model and Empirical Exploration
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Keywordshuman-computer interaction; computer-mediated communication; computer supported cooperative work; virtual community; information overload; interaction coping strategies; message dynamics; online group discourse;
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