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Beyond Access: Digital divide, Internet Use and Gratifications Gained
Unformatted Document Text:  R ETHINKING THE D IGITAL D IVIDE 16 Unfortunately, it suffers from a number of problems that should be dealt with in future research on these topics. First and foremost, this was a secondary analysis of an existing study, which limited the scope of Internet behaviors considered and the types of gratifications gained. Future research should expand the scope of both of these categories. Further, our subgroup analysis focused on two major factors, age and socioeconomic status. Other factors may also structure patterns of Internet use and gratification gained. In particular, research should examine these relationships within the context of race, location and speed of access, and length of time using the Internet. Yet even with these limitations, there is much to be learned from these data. And must future research on digital divide and media uses and gratification can emerge for this foundation.

Authors: Cho, Jaeho., Zuniga, Homero Gil de., Nah, Seungahn., Humane, Abhiyan., Hwang, Hyunseo., Rojas, Hernando. and Shah, Dhavan.
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R
ETHINKING THE
D
IGITAL
D
IVIDE
16
Unfortunately, it suffers from a number of problems that should be dealt with in future research
on these topics. First and foremost, this was a secondary analysis of an existing study, which
limited the scope of Internet behaviors considered and the types of gratifications gained. Future
research should expand the scope of both of these categories. Further, our subgroup analysis
focused on two major factors, age and socioeconomic status. Other factors may also structure
patterns of Internet use and gratification gained. In particular, research should examine these
relationships within the context of race, location and speed of access, and length of time using
the Internet. Yet even with these limitations, there is much to be learned from these data. And
must future research on digital divide and media uses and gratification can emerge for this
foundation.


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