Benkler, Y. (2006) The Wealth of the Networks. Yale University Press: New Haven.

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Benkler shows that one principle difference between mass media and networked digital media is that the network architecture lowers the cost of becoming a speaker, meaning there can be more speakers, and that it is easier to perceive oneself as a possible speaker.