[CITASA] Studies on effects of Gender and age on attitudes ICTs
Chang Z. Lin (Uoft)
chang.lin at utoronto.ca
Fri Oct 12 19:49:41 EDT 2012
There are studies, as some on this listserv have suggested, that document significant gender and age differences in people’s attitudes toward ICTs. I don’t need to find studies about the “truly causal relationship” in this case, a strong correlation is enough because it is extremely unlikely that positive or negative attitudes toward ICTs could affect people’s gender or age.
From: Adrienne Redd [mailto:adrienne at redd.com]
Sent: October-12-12 7:41 PM
To: Chang Z. Lin (UofT)
Cc: <citasa at list.citasa.org>
Subject: Re: [CITASA] Studies on effects of Gender and age on attitudes ICTs
What scholarly literature informs your hypothesis that there is a truly causal relationship between gender or age and ICT? There is a concern regarding spurious correlation. What are the actual causal factors?
On Oct 11, 2012, at 10:18 PM, "Chang Z. Lin \(UofT\)" <chang.lin at utoronto.ca> wrote:
I’m in the middle of doing lit review for a MA thesis, and I’d appreciate if anyone can point me to some literature on the effects of gender and age (and maybe other factors) on people’s attitudes toward various ICTs.
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