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RUNNING HEAD : SMARTPHONES AND THE DEVICE GAP 2 STATEMENT

@inproceedings{Tsetsi2016RUNNINGH,
  title={RUNNING HEAD : SMARTPHONES AND THE DEVICE GAP 2 STATEMENT},
  author={Eric Tsetsi},
  year={2016}
}
  • Eric Tsetsi
  • Published 2016
  • Digital divide research has recently begun to address the functional gaps between Internetconnected technologies, specifically mobile and wired devices. This study uses nationally representative survey data from the Pew Internet and American Life Project to address this area of research and explores how smartphone-dependence compared to multi-modal access impacts Internet use among key demographic groups including race, sex, age, income, and education. This study also explores how demographic… CONTINUE READING

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