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Beyond Access: Digital divide, Internet Use and Gratifications Gained
Unformatted Document Text:  R ETHINKING THE D IGITAL D IVIDE 17 References Calcutt, A. (1999). White Noise. New York: Saint Martiris Press. Cuban, L. (1986). Teachers and machines: The classroom use of technology since 1920. New York: Teachers College Press. December, J. (1996). Units of analysis for Internet communication. Journal of Communication, 46(1), 14-38. Eighmey, J., & McCord, L. (1998). Adding Value in the Information Age: Uses and Gratifications of Sites on the World Wide Web, Journal of Business Research, 51,187-194. Gershuny, J. (1983). Social innovation and the division of labour. London: OU. Healy, J. (1998). Failure to connect: How computers affect our children’s minds—for better and worse. New York: Simon & Schuster. Herzog, H. (1944). What do we really know about day-time serial listeners? In P. Lazarsfeld, & F. Staton (Eds.), Radio Research 1942-1943. New York: Duel, Sloan and Pearce. Hirt, J., Murray, J., & McBee, J. (2000). Technology and diversity: A pending collision on the information superhighway? NASPA Journal, 38(1), 47-58. Hoffman, D., & Novak, T. (1998). Bridging the digital divide: The impact of race on computer access and Internet use. Science, 1-13. Hoffman, D., & Novak, T. (1999). The growing digital divide implications for an open research agenda. http://ecommerce.vanderbilt.edu/ Howard, P.E.N., Rainie, L., & Jones, S. (2001). Days and nights on the Internet: The impact of a diffusing technology. American Behavioral Scientist, 45(3), 383-404. Katz, E., Blumler, G. & Gurevich, M. (1974). Utilization of Mass Communication by the Individual. In J. G. Blumler & Katz (Eds.), The uses of Mass Communication: Current Perspectives on Gratifications Research. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage. Katz, E., Gurevitch, M., & Haas, H. (1973). On the use of the media for important things. American Sociological Review, 38, 164-181. Katz, J. E., Rice, R. E., & Aspden, P. (2001). The Internet, 1995-2000: Access, civic involvement, and social interaction. American Behavioral Scientist, 45(3), 405-419. Kavanaugh, A. L., & Patterson, S. J. (2001). The impact of community computer networks on social capital and community involvement. American Behavioral Scientist, 45(3), 496-509.

Authors: Cho, Jaeho., Zuniga, Homero Gil de., Nah, Seungahn., Humane, Abhiyan., Hwang, Hyunseo., Rojas, Hernando. and Shah, Dhavan.
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References
Calcutt, A. (1999). White Noise. New York: Saint Martiris Press.
Cuban, L. (1986). Teachers and machines: The classroom use of technology since 1920. New
York: Teachers College Press.
December, J. (1996). Units of analysis for Internet communication. Journal of Communication,
46
(1), 14-38.
Eighmey, J., & McCord, L. (1998). Adding Value in the Information Age: Uses and Gratifications
of Sites on the World Wide Web, Journal of Business Research, 51,187-194.
Gershuny, J. (1983). Social innovation and the division of labour. London: OU.
Healy, J. (1998). Failure to connect: How computers affect our children’s minds—for better and
worse.
New York: Simon & Schuster.
Herzog, H. (1944). What do we really know about day-time serial listeners? In P. Lazarsfeld, & F.
Staton (Eds.), Radio Research 1942-1943. New York: Duel, Sloan and Pearce.
Hirt, J., Murray, J., & McBee, J. (2000). Technology and diversity: A pending collision on the
information superhighway? NASPA Journal, 38(1), 47-58.
Hoffman, D., & Novak, T. (1998). Bridging the digital divide: The impact of race on computer
access and Internet use. Science, 1-13.
Hoffman, D., & Novak, T. (1999). The growing digital divide implications for an open research
agenda.
http://ecommerce.vanderbilt.edu/
Howard, P.E.N., Rainie, L., & Jones, S. (2001). Days and nights on the Internet: The impact of a
diffusing technology. American Behavioral Scientist, 45(3), 383-404.
Katz, E., Blumler, G. & Gurevich, M. (1974). Utilization of Mass Communication by the
Individual. In J. G. Blumler & Katz (Eds.), The uses of Mass Communication: Current
Perspectives on Gratifications Research
. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.
Katz, E., Gurevitch, M., & Haas, H. (1973). On the use of the media for important things.
American Sociological Review, 38, 164-181.
Katz, J. E., Rice, R. E., & Aspden, P. (2001). The Internet, 1995-2000: Access, civic
involvement, and social interaction. American Behavioral Scientist, 45(3), 405-419.
Kavanaugh, A. L., & Patterson, S. J. (2001). The impact of community computer networks on
social capital and community involvement. American Behavioral Scientist, 45(3), 496-509.


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