ABSTRACT. Machill and Beiler report how journalists integrate online research procedures into the overall research process, how they assess the Internet and search engines, and how highly developed their competences are in using search engines. Quan-Haase et al. claim that as the Internet is incorporated into the routine practices of everyday life, social capital is becoming augmented and more geographically dispersed. Chen et al. write that lack of appropriate content is a reason why the digital divide looms in both developed and developing countries.


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