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Each of these explanations has a particular understanding of the nature of inequality, as it manifests in technology and as it manifests in society at large. We’ll use these understandings to situate these digital divides in a larger conversation about American inequality. According to the conflict perspective, which we’ll explore in the next chapter, Internet use may be considered part of a middle class and professional skill set. That is, it is something that well-educated and affluent members of society can use INTERNET USE AMONG AMERICAN ADULTS 51 to leverage higher wages and more economic power in the capitalist market.
In 2000 and 2005, two consumer-oriented activities appear among the top ten online activities. In 2000, 74 percent of Internet users reported doing online research on products and services and 64 percent reporting using the Internet to get information about ticket and hotel prices. Both consumer activities increased through 2005. , airline ticket prices or hotel rates) 73% 6/2004 Get news online 68% 3/2005 Buy a product online 67% 6/2005 Go online for no particular reason, just for fun or to pass the time 66% 12/2005 3/2000 3/2000 3/2000 Source: Pew Internet & American Life Tracking Surveys.
01. 176. reported levels of Internet use increase in proportion to reported household income. And in each successively higher income group, we find higher reported levels of Internet use. Looking a bit more closely, however, the relationship between Internet use and income becomes more complex. 10, we see that between 2000 and 2007, the gap between the percentage of the poorest Americans and the wealthiest Americans who had ever been online remained large, but had narrowed. In 2000, 81 percent of those in households with incomes of $100,000 or more had ever been online, compared to 26 percent of those in households with incomes under $10,000.