[Air-L] North Am. Internet research has been predominantly urban

Barry Wellman wellman at chass.utoronto.ca
Sun Jul 19 16:02:30 PDT 2009

For a paper on rural Internet use, Jess Collins and I assert that North
American (US/Canada) internet research has predominantly looked at urban
pops. I think it's self-evidently true, and certainly the US/Cdn
national surveys are sub/urban focused (because thats where the bodies
BUT does anyone have a citation to research that substantiates this urban
One of my toughest critics (my wife) has asked for this.

 Barry Wellman

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