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The difference between a social network and a group is that a group is a tightly-bounded set of people who share interests and whose activities are located in one particular place and time, whereas a social network is a more loosely bounded set of individuals whose activities range across a number of diverse interests and take place at various locations and times (Wellman 1999).
As Snyder, Carpenter and Slauson (2006) state, traditional offline social networks are conceived...[ read full article ] »