Susannah Fox will conduct a 90-minute Master Class on participatory research: models, methods, opportunities, and challenges.
Why Pew Internet does not regularly report statistics for Asian-Americans and their technology use
We hope this article sheds light on some of the challenges of reporting survey results from some populations.
Changes to the way we identify internet users
In our surveys this summer, we added a question about mobile internet connectivity to help us capture internet users who may access the internet on mobile devices.
Pew FAQ: How does the Pew Internet Project decide what topics it should study?
“There is so much always changing about the Internet and how people use it, plus the rise of social media and all the new devices people use. How does the Pew Internet Project decide what topics and trends are important to study?”
Pew Internet around the web
Your handy guide to the best ways to get in touch with us or keep up with our work on the web.
The Perfect People Meter: My Beautiful Fantasy About Understanding Audience in the Digital Age
Lee Rainie will speak to advertising executives and researchers and explore how people use digital technology and how that makes audience measure more complicated than in the past. The good news is that the coming exaflood of data will give everyo…
New data resources at pewinternet.org
A guide to data resources on our site, including recent changes to our data sets.
Health Surveys 2000-10
Over 200 pages of health-related survey questions fielded by the Pew Internet Project.
Problems associated with surveying small demographic groups
Why doesn’t Pew Internet report findings for Asians, Pacific Islanders or other groups as part of its standard demographic variables?
Assessing The Cell Phone Challenge
A joint study by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press and the Pew Internet & American Life Project takes an up-to-date look at the potential biases in findings based on landline-only surveys.