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This study examines social network diversity in urban areas relative to residents' usage of information and communication technologies (ICTs). Individual-level variation in social network diversity was measured using position generator data collected as part of a survey conducted in Malaysia's Klang Valley (N = 808). Regression analyses were performed to assess the extent to which network diversity is related to ICTs. We find that most ICTs have a negative effect on diversity. Only frequent usedoi:10.1051/shsconf/20173300066 fatcat:qlthanbwbrgxlfxanrcmforjqm