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Exploring the Digital Nation: Americańˇ╗s Emerging Online Experience
John B. Morris, Jr. (ed); Robert Rubinovitz (ed)
This report, based on data from the Census Bureauńˇ╗s July 2011 Current Population Survey (CPS) Computer and Internet Use Supplement, updates and substantially expands on the previous study in this series, ńˇýExploring the Digital Nation: Computer and Internet Use at Home,ńˇŁ issued in 2011. For the first time in eight years, this study goes beyond new findings on computer and Internet adoption in the U.S. to also present data on Americansńˇ╗ online activities. The dataset contains information collected from more than 53,000 households, reporting on what Americans do online ńˇ˝- including enjoying entertainment, communicating with friends, job searching and training, and researching health conditions and care, among other activities. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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