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Second-Level Digital Divide: Differences in People's Online Skills
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First Monday Volume 7, Number 4, ISSN 1396-0466

Abstract

Discussion of the digital divide in access to the Internet focuses on differences in people's online skills and therefore access to information based on age, gender, and technology experience. Findings suggest wide differences in search strategies, ability to find various types of content, and how long it takes. Demographics of respondents are appended. (LRW)

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Hargittai, E. (2002). Second-Level Digital Divide: Differences in People's Online Skills. First Monday, 7(4),. Retrieved January 20, 2022 from .

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