Generational Differences in Information Technology Use and Political Involvement

@article{Shelley2006GenerationalDI,
  title={Generational Differences in Information Technology Use and Political Involvement},
  author={Mack C. Shelley and Lisa E. Thrane and Stuart W. Shulman},
  journal={IJEGR},
  year={2006},
  volume={2},
  pages={36-53}
}
A structural equation model analysis of data from a 2003 national random sample survey (n = 478) on informational technology (IT) reveals important direct and indirect effects of generational demographic and attitudinal differences on electronic forms of political participation. Younger respondents reported more support for IT and fewer technological… CONTINUE READING