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Anderson, Ben (2007) Estimating time spent on-line at small area levels: a spatial microsimulation approach. University of Essex, Colchester.

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    Abstract

    There is an acknowledged need for a more locally oriented analysis of access to and usage of ‘information society’ services which can differentiate between patterns across relatively small geographical areas and which can support analysis of the local, individual and national factors that may be causing social, economic and digital exclusion. There is however a paucity of data and methods that can support this need. This paper reports preliminary results from the development of a method to estimate patterns of general and ICT focused time use at small area levels (2001 Lower Layer Super Output Areas) using spatial microsimulation. The paper describes the method and provides a number of results for the Eastern region as well as for two wards in Newcastle based on the 2000 Office for National Statistics Time-Use Survey. The paper discusses the reliability of the results and indicates directions for future research.

    Item Type: Other
    Uncontrolled Keywords: spatial microsimulation, time use,ICT use
    Subjects: Social studies > Sociology > Sociology not elsewhere classified > Sociology of Science and Technology
    Social studies > Human and Social Geography > Human and Social Geography by topic > Economic Geography
    Divisions: UNSPECIFIED
    Depositing User: Dr Ben Anderson
    Date Deposited: 10 Oct 2008 17:09
    Last Modified: 23 Aug 2010 14:26
    URI: http://opendepot.org/id/eprint/164

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