• Political Science
  • Published 2004

On the integration of the Internet into informal science communication

@inproceedings{Barjak2004OnTI,
  title={On the integration of the Internet into informal science communication},
  author={Franz Barjak},
  year={2004}
}
The present analysis looks at how scientists use the Internet for informal scientific communication. It investigates the relationship between several explanatory variables and Internet use for social communication, information retrieval and information dissemination in a cross-section of scientists from seven European countries and five academic disciplines (astronomy, chemistry, computer science, economics, and psychology). The analysis confirmed some of the results of previous US-based… CONTINUE READING

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