CETF-USC Statewide Broadband Adoption Survey

The 2021 Statewide Survey on Broadband Adoption was conducted by researchers at the University of Southern California (USC), led by Associate Professor Hernan Galperin, as part of a new research partnership between CETF and USC. The findings show that the share of California residents with Internet access at home continues to rise, with overall adoption surpassing the 90% mark for the first time. While this represents an important milestone for the state, the findings also show that progress is uneven and many continue to be on the wrong side of the digital divide…. Read More » “CETF-USC Statewide Broadband Adoption Survey”

TPRC48: ARNIC Faculty & Student Presentations

We are pleased to announce that a number of works by ARNIC faculty and students will be presented at The 48th Research Conference on Communications, Information, and Internet Policy:

Divergences in Procedural Accountability: Comparative Analysis on Social Media Political Speech Regulation in the United States, Germany, South Korea, and Taiwan by So Yun Ahn, Jeeyun Sophia Baik, Ho-Chun Herbert Chang, and Clara Sol Krause will be presented on Wednesday,… Read More » “TPRC48: ARNIC Faculty & Student Presentations”

2020 NCA Convention: ARNIC Student Presentations

Congrats to students who did a wonderful job delivering their work at the virtual 106th Annual Convention of the National Communication Association:

Sierra Bray“Rigidity Means Death:” Grappling with Academic Identity and Seeking Justice at the Crossroads of Feminist Scholarship and Experimental Methods

Sierra Bray, Olivia González, Building bonds, breaking barriers: Examining the impact of support networks on women’s professional socialization in doctoral STEM programs

Ho-Chun Herbert Chang,Read More » “2020 NCA Convention: ARNIC Student Presentations”

Employment and Gender Digital Divide in Latin America

Congrats to ARNIC’s director Professor Hernan Galperin for his new publication in the Spanish-language journal Revista Latinoamericana de Economia y Sociedad Digital. The paper is titled “Employment and the Gender Digital Divide in Latin America: A Decomposition Analysis”.

The original publication in Spanish can be found here, and an English-language pre-publication version is available here.

ABSTRACT There is a vast literature that examines the determinants of the gender digital gap in developing countries and puts forth policy recommendations to mitigate it…. Read More » “Employment and Gender Digital Divide in Latin America”