From Online Familiarity to Offline Trust: How a virtual community creates familiarity and trust between strangers

@inproceedings{Bialski2009FromOF,
  title={From Online Familiarity to Offline Trust: How a virtual community creates familiarity and trust between strangers},
  author={Paula Bialski and D. Batorski},
  year={2009}
}
8.1 Inside Couchsurfing .................................................................................182 8.2 Online Community Ideology ...................................................................184 8.3 Creating an Online Profile .......................................................................185 8.4 Choosing Whom to Trust ........................................................................189 8.5 Making First Contact… Expand
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