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Comparing Digital Divides:  Internet Access and Social Inequality in Canada and the United States
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Comparing Digital Divides: Internet Access and Social Inequality in Canada and the United States

Howard, Philip N., Laura Busch, and Penelope Sheets. “Comparing Digital Divides:  Internet Access and Social Inequality in Canada and the United States.” Canadian Journal of Communication 35, no. 1 (2010): 109-128. Abstract: What is the best way to measure and track the digital divide, in a comparative manner, over time? […]

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 […]