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L'Internet en Russie: symbole d'élitisme ou moyen de communication de masse?

Abstract : The Internet, while firmly established among some classes of society, is still exotic for the majority of the population in many parts of Russia. For this reason, the government has launched an ambitious development policy. Even restricting our study to case of Moscow, the only place in Russia where the use of ICTs is widespread, we find that the Internet remains a highly selective phenomenon, both spatially and socially, despite plans to expand infrastructure and access, which should transform the capital into an «infocity».
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Olga Vendina, Denis Eckert. L'Internet en Russie: symbole d'élitisme ou moyen de communication de masse?. M@ppemonde, Maison de la géographie, 2003. ⟨halshs-02565624⟩

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