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Table Of Contents

Acknowledgments
1. Introduction
2. Evidence of Inequality in Information Sharing
3. A Catalogue of Information-Sharing Behaviors
4. Who One Is Matters: Individual-Level Factors
5. Where One Is Matters: Community-Level Factors
6. What Information Matters: Content-Level Factors
7. The Consequences of Information Sharing
8. Remedies and Realism
References
About the Author
Index