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Mar 11, 2011Susannah FoxWhite House Office of National AIDS Policy
Susannah Fox presented Pew Internet's latest research on peer-to-peer healthcare and mobile access.
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Research for generations has shown that men and women use media in different ways. Men and women are different in the activities they pursue online, the way they communicate, and the way they think about technology.
Jul 16, 2001Lee Rainie, Susannah Fox
Four in ten Internet users say the amount of time they spend online has changed in the last six months, with most saying their time online has increased, pointing to work or school demands as the cause.
More in: Women and Men, Work
Feb 18, 2001Dan Packel, Lee Rainie
During the second half of 2000, when much attention was focused on the struggles of dot-com firms, the overall Internet population continued to grow at a healthy clip as women, minorities, and others flocked online.
More in: Women and Men, Race and Ethnicity
ASSOCIATED PRESS, MSNBC.com
Feb 18, 2001
The Internet was used by more than half of the U.S. adult population last year as 16 million new users ventured online, according to a study released Sunday. The study also found continued gains among women, minorities and adults in households earnin...
More in: Digital Divide, Women and Men, Race and Ethnicity
By Dolores Kong, Globe Staff, The Boston Globe
Jan 1, 2001
In an intriguing look at Internet use during the holidays, a nationwide survey released yesterday finds that Hispanics were more likely to send e-greeting cards, blacks to research religious and holiday traditions, and women to buy gifts online.
More in: Shopping, Religion, Race and Ethnicity , Women and Men
Sep 25, 2000John Horrigan
This report looks at how new Internet users behave online at two points along the Internet’s diffusion curve, one in November 1998 and the other in March 2000.
More in: Women and Men, Generations, Digital Divide
Sep 21, 2000Amanda Lenhart
A first look at who does not go online and why, this study examines the Digital Divide, and highlights the inequalities between various demographic groups, in particular the grey gap between young Americans and seniors.
More in: Digital Divide, Generations, Women and Men, Seniors
May 10, 2000Lee Rainie, Amanda Lenhart, Susannah Fox, Tom Spooner, John Horrigan
Women surge online and are even more enthusiastic than men about the way email improves their connections and increases their communication with key family members and friends
More in: Technology User Types, New Media Ecology, Women and Men, Families, Digital Divide, Communities
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The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project is one of seven projects that make up the Pew Research Center. The Center is supported by The Pew Charitable Trusts.
The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project is one of seven projects that make up the Pew Research Center. The Center is supported by The Pew Charitable Trust.