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dc.contributor.authorToczyski, Piotr
dc.contributor.authorKustra, Arkadiusz
dc.contributor.authorRzeźnik, Jakub
dc.contributor.authorGerszewska, Maria
dc.contributor.authorWilmowska, Iwona
dc.contributor.authorBorys, Łukasz
dc.identifier.citationP. Toczyski, A. Kustra, J. Rzeźnik, M. Gerszewska, I. Wilmowska, Ł. Borys. World Internet Project. Poland 2012 Agora S.A. & TP Group, Warsaw (2012)pl
dc.description.abstractThis 2012 report provides a richly detailed and reliable account of who uses the Internet in Poland (in 2010-2012), who does not, and what difference it makes for everyday life and work. It is based on high-quality data – face-to-face interviews with a probability sample of individuals that permits the authors to project to the population of Poland as a whole. It is a valuable resource for the country on its own terms, but has added value for being part of the World Internet Project (WIP). The findings can be compared with those of over 30 other nations that have joined this collaborative WIP
dc.publisherAgora S.A. & TP Grouppl
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dc.subjectużytkownicy internetupl
dc.subjectwykluczenie cyfrowepl
dc.titleWorld Internet Project. Poland 2012pl
dc.description.epersonPiotr Toczyski

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