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77 do not interact to fulfill a specific task neither do they state a goal beforehand, as teams do. Still, they produce original outcome. Therefore, there are no phases of problem finding or acceptance. The same applies for the last phase. As the community does not interact to solve one specific problem there will never be one final solution. This highlights another difference to virtual teams. They often diverge after the task is done (Li, 2004). Community activities, like the ones observed, can go on for a long time. It is obvious that a process model is not suited to describe the creative process going on in this kind of communities, were the creativity is of a natural and unplanned nature, with no goal. Most of the creative endeavors observed lie on the little-c site of the creative continuum. Small changes to a system, which was not that pioneering in the first place.

However, the ways in which the members use the system, which meanings they attach to it and how they have adapted it to their needs shows great creativity.

The cultural framework of creativity (Glăveanu, 2010) is well suited to understand this.

Amongst other things it emphasizes that creativity includes the production of artefacts, from those which are already present in the environment the creator acts in. These artefacts emerge through the relation of the creators and the community. The members in the communities create new products from all those already present, without necessarily knowing, which ones precisely. They are influenced by all the different norms which make up the community culture, like all present artefacts. Besides the provision of artefacts, from which new artifacts are created, the community as a whole, also makes sense of those new artefacts. In the end, they decide, in the current context, if a new artefact is creative.

78 I observed several interesting interactions. The physical environment, with its technical features, is what Glăveanu (2010) calls affordances. They are resources for creativity, but can also act as restraints. The explored communities apply the same technical functions differently, which is an expression of the overall motives for posting, that predominate in this community. On the one hand, I found, that the technical features, of the environment, support a focus on member created content, instead of the person. This is in favor of social creativity to occur. Creativity takes the form of a natural process, where members use those artifacts, which are already present in the community, to create new artefacts. On the other hand, two features of the physical environment, can be contradictory. They express an image, which is not shared by most of the active contributors. This has an impact, on some of the members motivation to contribute.

The other dimension of the environment, is the audience (Glăveanu, 2010). It is made up of the community members; lurkers, posters and commenters. This social environment leeds to an “open innovation” mindset which promotes social creativity in the virtual community, in that trust and supportive behavior is present between the members.

What remains to be investigated is, under which circumstances trust and support in virtual communities can develop, without all dimensions of the SOVC concept (Blanchard

& Markus, 2004) being present.

Furthermore, I found, that the commercialization of the consumer created trend, Bulletjournaling, has positive and negative impacts on the social creativity, in the two communities. Knowledge of motivations for contributing can have practical implications for organizations who want to use consumer created trends.

Finally, conflict, induced by mismatches of different motives, can lead to creativity supporting changes in the community. The conflict, between the devotees of the two streams of Bulletjournaling, opened up for new ways of creativity to emerge.

It should be emphasized, that this thesis is of explorative nature. Observations and analysis of naturally occurring interactions, generate an extensive amount of data. The research questions allowed for a broad exploration, without a focus on one specific variable of the environment. Additional research on this topic could focus deeper on one

79 of the discussed topics. One possibility is to learn more about, when consumers, who create together in a community, feel ownership for their collectively generated ideas.

As for the method of netnography, which was applied in this thesis, it was a challenge to combine the huge amount of data, with the explorative nature of the research focus. The method of netnography is time intensive and requires commitment as well as a thorough reflection of the data. The method is strongly dependent on the researcher’s ability to find connections between pieces of information and the interpretations drawn from that. This is informed by, but also limited to, former experiences and knowledge as well as the learning process which accompanies the analysis and interpretation of the data.

For further research, a possibility to validate some of the findings, would be to present them to the observed communities. The possibility to get some feedback and comments on the assumptions drawn, might give further insights. Generally, netnography is a great tool, to learn about interactions between technology and humans, and between the members of a community. The possibility to travel back in time, and follow all developments of a new trend, as the community members use and change it, opens up for many possibilities.



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Comments (2018)

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Total Posts Comments

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eperdu 68 MissHurt 5 eperdu 68

soapturtle 65 h-e-a-t-h-e-r 5 soapturtle 63

Table 7 r/Bulletjournal Top 10 Posters 2016-2018 Total


Posts (2018)

Comments (2018)

Nadio8 98 Nadio8 16 Nadio8 82

MrsRevShamwow 75 hockeyandquidditch 10 MrsRevShamwow 75 marianlibrarian13 51 1itt1ewing 8 marianlibrarian13 47

alcibiad 46 tachy_as_a_clam 7 alcibiad 44

oliphantpantskie 46 Lordtittyfarts 5 oliphantpantskie 42

eperdu 40 MissHurt 5 eperdu 40

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Destins_Destiny 41 oliphantpantskie 4 Destins_Destiny 38

soapturtle 36 marianlibrarian13 4 soapturtle 36

geniG 36 binns17 4 geniG 35

Table 8 r/Bujo Top 10 Posters Jan-Apr 2018


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