"The world is in the midst of a genuine technological revolution of historic proportions as fields of endeavour converge to deliver a transformational impact to rival any previous social or industrial shift."
-Keith Newman
author of "Connecting the Clouds - the Internet in New Zealand"
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Russian youth in the Internet .Russia

Date: 03/06/2014

The 2d research report of the Internet in Russia (2013) is published .
The empirical model is based on methods triangulation due to the combination of qualitative (mass surveys, monitoring of social networks) and quantitative (in-depth interviews) methods. The present model allows to combine the data on the young (aged 15-30) Russian Internet users with the description of their socio-political profiles and types of value orientations.
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2013 international report released .World Internet Project

Date: 20/12/2013

The fifth edition of the World Internet Project Report, a partnership of research institutions that compiles data on the behavior and views of Internet users and non-users worldwide.

Studies by the World Internet Project explore the contemporary evolution of communication technology through findings on 75 subject areas in 10 broad categories: Internet Users and Non-users, Information Seeking Online, Access to Online Services, The Internet and Social Connections, Politics and the Internet, Media Use, Reliability, and Importance, User-generated Content and Social Media, Online Entertainment, Online Purchasing and Personal Privacy and Online Communication.

Download the full report at http://worldinternetproject.com/?pg=reports
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Swedes and the internet 2013 released .Sweden

Date: 19/12/2013

Eighteen years after the the diffusion started in 1995, the internet today has an assured place in the majority of Swedes’ everyday life next to the daily newspaper, magazines, radio, books and television. Use has stabilized and become part of the daily routine.

In recent years, the mobile internet has made inroads. The internet has been moved from the desktop computer to smartphones and tablets. After the pri- mary diffusion phase and the subsequent broadband phase, we are now in the mobile phase. How does it change the internet’s availability and human use patterns? When new technologies are spreading, new digi- tal divides arise. What do they look like? Is there potential to bridge the gap?

The full report is available under "published". http://www.worldinternetproject.net/#reports

Russian report in english version .Russia

Date: 27/03/2013

We are pleased to inform you that we have finally done our first research of the Internet in Russia 2012.

To view the report, please click on Download PDF.
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