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Information Technologies and Omnivorous News Diets Over Three U.S. Presidential Elections
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Information Technologies and Omnivorous News Diets Over Three U.S. Presidential Elections

Massanari, Adrienne, and Philip N. Howard.  “Information Technologies and Omnivorous News Diets Over Three U.S. Presidential Elections.” Journal of Information Technology and Politics 8, no. 2,  (2011): 177-198. Technology convergence and rising expectations for interactivity have had a significant impact on the news diets of U.S. voters. While television may […]

Sizing Up Information Societies
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Sizing Up Information Societies

Philip N. Howard, Laura Busch, Dawn Nafus, and Ken Anderson. “Sizing up Information Societies—Towards a Better Metric for the Cultures of ICT Adoption.” The Information Society 25, no. 3 (2009): 208-19. When researchers study technology diffusion in a global and comparative manner, they often find that economic productivity explains differences in the […]

Learning to Search and Searching to Learn:  Income, Education and Experience Online
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Learning to Search and Searching to Learn: Income, Education and Experience Online

Howard, Philip N., and Adrienne Massanari. “Learning to Search and Searching to Learn:  Income, Education and Experience Online.” Journal of Computer Mediated Communication 12, no. 3, (2007). Using data from the Pew Internet and American Life Project surveys, this article explores changing trends in reported sophistication and satisfaction with search […]