Don’t Blame Me: It’s the Phone’s Fault!
Pew Internet’s typology of information and communications technology users tells us a lot about how far along we are — or aren’t — in the "information society."
A Typology of Information and Communication Technology Users
Half of all American adults are only occasional users of modern information gadgetry, while 8% are avid participants in all that digital life has to offer
Hispanics with lower levels of education and English proficiency remain largely disconnected from the internet.
Internet ferment in China
In China, how three big issues — digital divides, internet cafes, and online games — are spilling into each other.
Internet Usage Trends – Through the Demographic Lens
One in five adults in this country are disconnected from the just-in-time information source that the internet has become for many people.
The impact of the internet
This presentation covers many of the major findings from the Project about the social impact of the internet.
Cancer and Race
African Americans are over-represented among cancer patients and under-represented among internet users, particularly on some health discussion group sites.
Demographics, Degrees of Internet Access, and Health
This presentation contains a general overview of the internet population, an analysis of African Americans and the internet, and some thoughts about the internet’s impact on health and health care.
Home Broadband Adoption in Rural America
In December 2005 24% of adult rural Americans went online at home with high-speed internet connections compared with 39% of adults in urban and suburban areas.
The Continuum Continues: Broad Look at Barriers to Internet Access and Use Among American Adolescents
A November 2004 survey of parents and adolescents conducted by the Pew Internet & American Life Project shows that 13% of teens do not use the internet. This presentation explores the constraints on use and the non-use of the internet by American …