Home Computers and Networking In Hong Kong

Results of 1994, 1996, and 1998 TRP surveys on home computers and networking in Hong Kong.

Home Computers and Networking In Hong Kong

Since December 1994 the Telecommunications Research Project (TRP) at the Centre of Asian Studies, University of Hong Kong, has been tracking the growth of home computer penetration in Hong Kong and the use of online communications, especially the Internet. Three telephone surveys have been conducted (December 1994, February 1996 and December 1998) with the assistance of the Social Science Research Centre of the University of Hong Kong. Respondents were first asked if there was at least one personal computer in the home. Sampling was random. The successful call sample sizes were 1917, 521 and 523 households respectively.

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