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Factors Influencing the Diffusion of the Internet in China: 1997-2001
Unformatted Document Text:  13 (.941), while GDP (.057), service industry GDP (.212), population (.-273) number of school (.249), number of student enrollment in higher education ( .208) and literacy (.348). Since the popularity and penetration rate of Internet uses are correlated with different variable. Factor analysis is applied separately for the two sets of variables. --------------------------------------------------------- Table 3 about here ---------------------------------------------------------- 2. Determinants of popularity Using Varimax rotation (Tabachnick & Fidell, 2001), the factor analysis discovers three main factors in these variables (Table 4) and together these 3 factors account for 89.5% of the variance (Table 5): ______________________________ Table 4 & 5 about here _________________________________ The first factor can be generalized as cosmopolitanism, which includes variables of population with higher education, percentage of urban population, GDP per capita, income of rural residents, number of home computers per 100 people, and percentage of service industry in GDP.

Authors: Lin, Jia.
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(.941), while GDP (.057), service industry GDP (.212), population (.-273) number
of school (.249), number of student enrollment in higher education ( .208) and
literacy (.348).
Since the popularity and penetration rate of Internet uses are correlated
with different variable. Factor analysis is applied separately for the two sets of
variables.
---------------------------------------------------------
Table 3 about here
----------------------------------------------------------
2. Determinants of popularity
Using Varimax rotation (Tabachnick & Fidell, 2001), the factor analysis
discovers three main factors in these variables (Table 4) and together these 3
factors account for 89.5% of the variance (Table 5):
______________________________
Table 4 & 5 about here
_________________________________
The first factor can be generalized as cosmopolitanism, which includes
variables of population with higher education, percentage of urban population,
GDP per capita, income of rural residents, number of home computers per 100
people, and percentage of service industry in GDP.


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