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article: Based on surveys conducted twice a year between 1994 and 2000 by leading academic institutions in China and the USA, this study examines internet diffusion in the two countries by age, gender, occupation and educational attainment. It compares user demographics when the internet began and investigates whether they have changed in similar ways in the two countries. In the early development of the internet a similar user profile is indeed found ('young, male, with higher educationdoi:10.1108/14636690010801753 fatcat:hrcki4hnujhvjjdrpxluejphuu