e-Volunteerism usually take a somewhat serious approach in Along the Web. After all, the Internet was originally designed to be a tool for research, at least theoretically. But anyone who uses the Web quickly discovers that no matter how unusual you think you are, there is always someone out there who tests the normal curve even more than you do. With this in mind, here are our suggestions for a look at some of the more improbable aspects of research on volunteerism. At e-Volunteerism, we actually like this kind of research, which is a lot more interesting than the typical "yet another boring study of volunteer motivation."
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