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Theory of the Digital Divide in the Differences in Internet Use by Third Graders by Geography

ФИО студента: Albina Garifullina

Руководитель: Anastasia Kapuza

Кампус/факультет: Institute of Education

Программа: Evidence-based Educational Policy (Master)

Год защиты: 2021

The research work examines the concepts of the digital divide theory and attempts to rethink it. Researchers will identify the digital divide at three levels. This research work aims to expand knowledge about the second level digital divide between types of territories in the differences in Internet use by third graders. This study is based on data from 6495 third-graders from 337 schools in two regions of Russia. To achieve the goal, methods of descriptive statistics will be used with a check of statistical significance (Kruskal-Wallis tests, Shapiro's test), factor analysis methods, multiple linear regression methods, methods of analysis of variance using the Rstudio toolkit. The results of the study revealed the factors of using the Internet for education and entertainment, and also confirmed the gap in Internet use between types of territories

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