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In [...], the US government recognized crowdfunding as a key to economic growth because it allows more individuals to engage as producers and consumers in the economy without the backing of high net-worth individuals
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In 2012, the US government recognized crowdfunding as a key to economic growth because it allows more individuals to engage as producers and consumers in the economy without the backing of high

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In 2012, the US government recognized crowdfunding as a key to economic growth because it allows more individuals to engage as producers and consumers in the economy without [...]
the backing of high net-worth individuals

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Funders are motivated to raise funds in a way that is consistent with [...]. This is consistent with identity- based motivation in which people are motivated to give in ways that are consistent with their identity [27]. This is also consistent with identity-based motivations for joining online communities [13].
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Funders are motivated to raise funds in a way that is consistent with their values. This is consistent with identity- based motivation in which people are motivated to give in ways that are consistent with their identity [27]. This is also consistent with identity

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committed long-term interactions allow creators to collaborate [...], blurring the role between [...] . An informant noted: “[Participating in Kickstarter] made me realize that I don’t want my projects to be like only mine. Like, I want others to share in my projects. So, I think all of my projects moving forward, they would all have some type of either interactive, interactivity to them? Or some means of crowd- based engagement.”
directly with funders... producer and consumer

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committed long-term interactions allow creators to collaborate directly with funders, blurring the role between producer and consumer. An informant noted: “[Participating in Kickstarter] made me realize that I don’t want my projects to be like only mine. Like, I want

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 n implication of the construct–method distinction is that, all things being equal, any specified predictor method can be designed to assess a wide array of predictor constructs.