On Sheridan Burns’ reading, while the answers a journalist reaches will depend on contextual factors, the questions he or she asks are the same around the globe. Castells claims that virtual communities do not follow the same patterns of communication and interaction as physical communities do. Van Dijk points out that virtual communities are not tied to a particular place or time. Katz writes that the World Wide Web is transforming culture. (pp. 166–171)

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