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Journal of Digital Social Research
Research into digital sociality often encounters, both in academic and non-academic contexts, the claim that there is no point doing such research because the technologies being examined change so fast that analysis can never keep up. This article criticises any such claim. First, the article examines three kinds of 'sameness' that span the introduction of different technologies: internet-based text communication, digital platforms and information as a non-rival good. In each of these contextsdoi:10.33621/jdsr.v1i1.9 fatcat:gmgs7kpatbgflghv2hgm755t6m