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The Media Menus of Danish Internet Users 2009

The Media Menus of Danish Internet Users 2009

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Published by Niels Ole Finnemann
A report based on a web-survey conducted by Capacent Epinion for the Research Project „Changing Borderlines – Mediatization and Cultural Citizenship‟ in 2009. The report contains a detailed account of the results concerning the general patterns in media usage. See also the website of the Research Group http://changingborders.au.dk
A report based on a web-survey conducted by Capacent Epinion for the Research Project „Changing Borderlines – Mediatization and Cultural Citizenship‟ in 2009. The report contains a detailed account of the results concerning the general patterns in media usage. See also the website of the Research Group http://changingborders.au.dk

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Published by: Niels Ole Finnemann on May 16, 2012
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The report is based on a web-
survey conducted by Capacent Epinion for the Research Project „
ChangingBorderlines
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Mediatization
and Cultural Citizenship‟ in 2009. The report contains a detailed account of the
results concerning the general patterns in media usage (Q1-Q36). Results concerning the subthemes of particular projects on political, cultural and social use of the internet are reported in a variety of publicationsof the participants in the research group. Most of these publications can be found on the permanent website of the project. Lecturer Hans-Peter Degn assisted the project group analyzing the survey data.© Niels Ole Finnemann, Per Jauert, Jakob Linaa Jensen, Karen Klitgaard Povlsen og Anne Scott Sørensen.Aarhus University and University of Southern Denmark.The report can be quoted and used if the source is mentioned.Web-edition Published in Aarhus, Denmark 2012.ISBN 978-87-91163-15-9Project website: http://www.changingborders.au.dk/ 
Logo: Pernille Thorsen
The age groups are presented as: 20+ =age 20-29; 30+ = age 30-39 etc. 20++ is used for age 20-39; 30++ forage 30-49 etc.
„Respondents in the age group 18
-19, and 70+ are only taken into account in a few cases, as they are relativelysmall groups in the survey.
 
 
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