Digital cultures are social formations produced exclusively through engagement with information and communication technologies (ICTs). Also referred to as cybercultures, virtual communities, online communities, or Internet communities, they encompass a wide array of cultural interests and practices in different types of forums that are accessible only by a computer or other device with Internet connectivity. At the heart of any digital culture are social interaction and a network of relationships; communication scholars have an abiding interest in studying issues of identity, community, and access in relation to them.
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