[Air-l] Quantitative Data about the Internet

martin dodge m.dodge at manchester.ac.uk
Fri Jan 19 04:17:33 PST 2007


On Thu, 18 Jan 2007, Marc H. wrote:

Hi, two useful sources for national-level data are

OECD, especially their Communications Outlook report,
http://www.oecd.org/document/15/0,2340,en_2649_34223_35269391_1_1_1_1,00.html

ITU, eg. their Internet Reports,
http://www.itu.int/pub/S-POL-IR.DL-2-2006/en

cheers
martin

> Were do researchers find downloadable, raw data dealing with Internet and
> cell phone use,
> availability, prices and market penetration for North America and Latin
> America?
> Data dealing with digital divide issues would be particularly useful.
>
> I am searching for a data set that can be placed in SPSS for multivariate
> regression analysis
> in order to improve my understanding of this particular statistical
> software. Since I have not
> yet completed my fieldwork and have no data of my own, it would be great to
> crunch numbers
> about something that is interesting. If someone on this listserv has an SPSS
> data set lying around,
> similar to what I described above, then feel free to contact me off the
> listserv. Thank you for your help.
>
> Kind regards,
> Marc K. Hebert
> e-mail: mkh at mail.usf.edu
> --
> PhD Student, Applied Anthropology
> University of South Florida
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> Tampa, Florida 33620-7200 U.S.A.
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