Gender Gap Found in International Survey of Internet Use

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on February 2, 2004

From the first UCLA Center for Communication Policy, the World Internet Report, “is the first survey of its kind to produce international comparison data (from 14 countries) on the social, political, and economic impact effects of Internet use and no-use, found that more men than women go online in all of the surveyed countries.”

  • Press release
  • 36 screen PowerPoint presentation of the survey results.
  • Posted in Internet

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