LSE Media Policy Project: Media policy brief 3 The Emergence of a Digital Underclass
The author would like to thank the two research assistants involved in thisproject, Yair Levy and Babken Der-Grigorian, as well as the London School ofEconomics for supporting this research,and Claire Manibog for thevisualisation of pollsters results. In addition, we would like to extend ourthanks to the various representatives of research firms, political parties,media organisations and regulators who took the time to talk to us.The LSE Media Policy Project is funded by the Open Society Institute.
LSE Media Policy Project Series EditorsSally Broughton Micova, Damian Tambini, and Zoetanya Sujon
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