Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Pew Study Says Internet Users More Social, Civically Engaged - NYTimes.com

Challenging conventional wisdom – of course, some of the voluntary groups and organizations are probably scary case studies in extremism and cyber-polarization…

That old stereotype that Internet users are isolated and anti-social is getting harder and harder to justify. In fact, the latest study from the Pew Internet and American Life Project, aptly titled "The Social Side of the Internet," challenges this notion even further, finding that Internet users are actually more active in voluntary groups and organizations than non-Internet users.

Pew Study Says Internet Users More Social, Civically Engaged - NYTimes.com

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