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Do you think virtual interactive communities are genuine communities? Why, or why not?
virtual interactive communities are genuine communities because they involve people who are connected interactively to each other by means of social networks, etc.
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Weegy: virtual interactive communities are genuine communities because they involve people who are connected interactively to each other by means of social networks, etc.
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