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Factors Influencing the Diffusion of the Internet in China: 1997-2001
Unformatted Document Text:  24 CNNIC (Jan. 2001) Semiannual Survey Report on the development of China’s Internet. http://www.cnnic.net.cn/develst/e-cnnic200101.shtml CNNIC (July. 2001) Semiannual Survey Report on the development of China’s Internet. http://www.cnnic.net.cn/develst/rep200107-e.shtml CNNIC (Jan. 2002) Semiannual Survey Report on the development of China’s Internet. http://www.cnnic.net.cn/develst/rep200201-e.shtml Dahlman, C.J. & Aubert, J.E. (2001) China and the knowledge economy: Seizing the 21 st century. The World Bank Institute studies Dimaggio, P., Hargittai, E., Neuman, R. & Robinson, J.P. (2001) Social implications of the internet. Annual Review of sociology, 27, 307-336 Forster, W., Goodman, S. (2000). The diffusion of the Internet in China. The Center for International Security and Cooperation. cisac.stanford.edu/docs/chinainternet.pdf Hoffman, D.L. Novak, T. P. & Schlosser (2000) The evolution of the digital divide: how gaps in Internet access may impact electronic commerce. Journal of computer-mediated Communication. 5. Gorman (forthcoming) The network advantage of regions: the case of the USA, Europe, and China Hargittai, E. (2000) Weaving the Western Web: explaining differences in Internet connectivity among OECD countries. Telecommunications Policy, 23, ITU (international telecommunications Union). Challenges to the network: Telecoms and the internet. Geneva: ITU press. NITA. (1998) Falling through the Net II: New data on the digital divide. Washington, DC: US Dep. Commerce. NITA. (1999) Falling through the Net II: Defining the digital divide. Washington, DC: US Dep. Commerce. NITA. (2000) Falling through the Net II: Toward digital inclusion. Washington, DC: US Dep. Commerce. Kelly, t. & Petrazzini, B. (1997) What does the Internet mean for development? Telecom interactive development Symposium. Geneva. September 11. Larry, P. Rodriguez, L. (1996). Toward an Internet Census for Developing nations. Proceeding from INET 1996 conference. http://www.isoc.org/isoc/whatis/conferences/inet/96/proceedings/f2/f2_3.htm

Authors: Lin, Jia.
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CNNIC (Jan. 2001) Semiannual Survey Report on the development of China’s Internet.
http://www.cnnic.net.cn/develst/e-cnnic200101.shtml
CNNIC (July. 2001) Semiannual Survey Report on the development of China’s Internet.
http://www.cnnic.net.cn/develst/rep200107-e.shtml
CNNIC (Jan. 2002) Semiannual Survey Report on the development of China’s Internet.
http://www.cnnic.net.cn/develst/rep200201-e.shtml
Dahlman, C.J. & Aubert, J.E. (2001) China and the knowledge economy: Seizing
the 21
st
century. The World Bank Institute studies

Dimaggio, P., Hargittai, E., Neuman, R. & Robinson, J.P. (2001) Social
implications of the internet. Annual Review of sociology, 27, 307-336

Forster, W., Goodman, S. (2000). The diffusion of the Internet in China.
The Center
for International Security and Cooperation. cisac.stanford.edu/docs/chinainternet.pdf
Hoffman, D.L. Novak, T. P. & Schlosser (2000) The evolution of the digital divide:
how gaps in Internet access may impact electronic commerce. Journal of
computer-mediated Communication. 5.

Gorman (forthcoming) The network advantage of regions: the case of the USA,
Europe, and China

Hargittai, E. (2000) Weaving the Western Web: explaining differences in Internet
connectivity among OECD countries. Telecommunications Policy, 23,

ITU (international telecommunications Union). Challenges to the network:
Telecoms and the internet. Geneva: ITU press.
NITA. (1998) Falling through the Net II: New data on the digital divide. Washington,
DC: US Dep. Commerce.

NITA. (1999) Falling through the Net II: Defining the digital divide. Washington, DC:
US Dep. Commerce.

NITA. (2000) Falling through the Net II: Toward digital inclusion. Washington, DC: US
Dep. Commerce.

Kelly, t. & Petrazzini, B. (1997) What does the Internet mean for development?
Telecom interactive development Symposium. Geneva. September 11.

Larry, P. Rodriguez, L. (1996). Toward an Internet Census for Developing
nations. Proceeding from INET 1996 conference.
http://www.isoc.org/isoc/whatis/conferences/inet/96/proceedings/f2/f2_3.htm


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