Bridging the Racial Divide on the Internet
Science Volume 280, Number 5362, ISSN 0036-8075
Investigates differences between Whites and African Americans in the United States with respect to computer access and Web use, in order to examine whether observed race differences in access/use can be accounted for by differences in income and education, how access affects use, and when race matters in access. (AEF)
Hoffman, D.L. & Novak, T.P. (1998). Bridging the Racial Divide on the Internet. Science, 280(5362), 390.
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