Will the social web fuel international cooperation or catastrophe?

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Research shows that subtle cultural communications patterns can result in catastrophe. What happens when this becomes the norm?

 

If the Internet is going to truly serve as a force for unity instead of catastrophe, shouldn’t we all take the time to figure out how to do it well? And what does that even mean? How do we create some buffer of understanding around us to minimize the inevitable cross-cultural collisions?

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