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Discovery The Psychology Of Communities

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Ian Dickson is putting together a community, he wants it to be large, but ran into a few challenges. Here you will find comments and a brief summary of his findings on the psychology of communities.

  1. What is a community?
  2. Who is the most important person in it?
  3. Other aspects of the psychology of communities: (Key points quoted from Ian Dickson's original work, Psychology in Software)

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Ian Dickson is the CEO of Commkit, a provider of tools and knowledge necessary for building communities that work. For more papers and articles visit on-line at http://commkit.com/

By Justin Hitt at September 9, 2003 7:16 PM  Subscribe in a reader


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