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Broad partnership proposes wide-ranging study of new media behaviour, attitudes

News | 10/16/2002 4:00 am EDT

A broad coalition of government, academic and private-sector partners has come together with the hope of conducting a first-of-its-kind study of the way people think about and use new and traditional media. The Canadian Internet Project, proposed as a long-term longitudinal study of attitudes and behaviours of Canadians using new media, has filed an application with Canadian Heritage's New Media Research Network Fund for financing to cover part of the proposed $450,000 per year budget the study cost.

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