Falling through the net: defining the digital divide : a report on the telecommunications and information technology gap in America
National Telecommunications and Information Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, 1999 - Business & Economics - 108 pages
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1998 Current Population access the Internet AIEA non Hispanic American Indians/Eskimos/Aleuts API non Hispanic Asians/Pacific Islanders Black non Hispanic Central City Areas Chart City Areas 1998 College B.A. community center computer ownership Current Population Surveys December 1998 Current Department of Commerce difference between Whites digital divide digital gap education levels Educational Purposes Family Householder w/o Female Householder higher income Hispanic AIEA Hispanic API Hispanic Black Hispanic households Hobbies Home By Subject Household Type households earning Households w/o Child Information Administration NTIA Internet access Internet At Home least connected lower incomes Male Householder Married Couple National Telecommunications Non-family Households November penetration rates Percent of U.S. percentage point difference public libraries rural areas Rural Urban Central Take Courses Telecommunications and Information telephone penetration U.S. Census Bureau U.S. Department U.S. Households U.S. Persons U.S. Rural Urban Urban Central City usage versus White non Hispanic Whites and Blacks Whites and Hispanics