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12 Jorge Reina Schement Context The varieties of connectivity, capability, and content stem from an array of contextual forces and trends that must be considered in order to achieve access strategies that work. , crime, poverty, ethnicity, rurality) contribute to disparities in access, as well as different levels of success in implementing policies aimed at improving access. In other words, communications networks of all kinds operate within the multiple frames of society and culture. For example, Pennsylvania’s Fifth Congressional District, the poorest, most rural area in the state, spans the ridges of the Appalachian Mountains, isolating towns in the valleys between the ridges.
In reality, however, there is cause for optimism. 4), which address news-gathering behaviors, illustrate the continued importance of traditional media alongside Internet news gathering. Nevertheless, among home broadband users, the Internet plays a prominent role in news consumption—especially among people under the age of thirty-six. 3: Getting News on the Typical Day: Comparing Age Groups and Connection Speed (% of all in each group who say they get news from specific source “yesterday”) Local TV National TV Radio Local paper Internet National paper Number of cases Under age 36 Between 36 and 50 Broadband Dial-up Broadband Dial-up 51% 40% 41% 28% 46% 17% 307 54% 35% 43% 27% 21% 2% 141 60% 49% 53% 41% 40% 12% 360 72% 52% 57% 40% 30% 10% 215 Over age 50 Broadband Dial-up 61% 62% 57% 52% 43% 23% 347 71% 61% 54% 55% 26% 21% 265 (Source: Pew Internet Project December 2005 Survey) segment of the population considered generally uninterested in news, the Internet has contributed to increased news consumption, rivaling television as a source of news.
8. Trace is an early nineteenth-century term for a path or track capable of supporting wagons. Most famously, the Natchez Trace stretched four hundred miles from Nashville, Tennessee, to Natchez, Mississippi, linking the Cumberland, Tennessee, and Mississippi rivers, in order to open the lower Mississippi Valley to American trade and Broadband, Internet, and Universal Service 25 settlement. The word trace derives from the Latin tractus via Old French trace (noun). See C. T. , The Oxford Dictionary of English Etymology (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1966).
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