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The reader should ask herself the following question: Would I subscribe to a telephone service knowing that nobody else subscribes to a telephone service?
The answer should be: Of course not! What use will anyone have from having a telephone when there is no one to talk to?
(Shy, 2001, p. 3)
The uncertainty surrounding production in the introductory phase, which places such importance on
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