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In addition to possible mediainduced changes in thought discussed earlier in this chapter, there are also social implications. Even though many people are communicating more, receiving more messages, and able to access a wider range of information from a greater variety of sources, there is increasing depersonalization, alienation, and feelings of displacement. More broadly, a prototypic chicken-and-egg problem arises—whether cultures are created by individuals or individuals are created by cultures.