More Minority Households Gain Internet Access
Roach, Ronald, Black Issues in Higher Education
A recent survey on Internet usage reveals that minority households and senior citizens are making big strides when it comes to getting access to the Internet. The report, compiled from data captured in the syndicated Media Audit research survey, found that 44 percent of Black American households are on the Internet, an increase of 41 percent over the last three years. Among Hispanics, 42 percent of households have Internet access, an increase of 45 percent over the past three years. Sixty-three percent of Asian households were online in 1998 and 70 percent in 2000 -- compared to 58 percent of White households in 2000.
The research draws on online and …
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Publication information: Article title: More Minority Households Gain Internet Access. Contributors: Roach, Ronald - Author. Magazine title: Black Issues in Higher Education. Volume: 18. Issue: 10 Publication date: July 5, 2001. Page number: 29. © 1999 Cox, Matthews & Associates. COPYRIGHT 2001 Gale Group.
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