Older Adults and Technology Adoption

@inproceedings{Czaja2008OlderAA,
  title={Older Adults and Technology Adoption},
  author={Sara J. Czaja and Chin Chin Lee and Sankaran Nair and Joseph Sharit},
  year={2008}
}
Access to computers and the Internet is a major public policy concern as technology has become a significant aspect of economic, social and health equity. Recent data suggest that although computer and Internet use is lower among older, as compared to younger adults access is increasing among older people. This paper examines changes in use of computers and the Internet over time (2000–2002 and 2006–2007) among two samples (N=424) of older adults ranging in age from 50–85 yrs. Data are also… CONTINUE READING

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