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Canadian Public Perspectives: Ethnic Group Use of Online and Social Media for Social, Political Discourse

April 2014

While the internet and social media have undoubtedly expanded the channels through which people can express themselves, communicate and find information, it is clear that some groups of Canadians are riding the wave, leaving others lagging behind. The latest Public Perspectives report features fascinating results from 20,000+ online interviews conducted throughout 2013 into Canadians’ use of the internet and Twitter for social and political discourse.

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Canadian Public Perspectives: Ethnic Group Use of Online and Social Media for Social, Political Discourse

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