Internet Access at Home and its Relationship to Well-being in Deprived Areas of London
Boniwell, Ilona, Osin, Evgeny N. and Renton, A. 2015. Internet Access at Home and its Relationship to Well-being in Deprived Areas of London. Open Psychology Journal. 8 (1), pp. 44-53.
|Authors||Boniwell, Ilona, Osin, Evgeny N. and Renton, A.|
Purpose: The existing studies of the association between Internet usage and well-being have produced contradictory results. This study explores the associations between Internet access at home and well-being, as well as other lifestyle variables. Design/methodology/approach: The study was done in a probability sample of 800 community-dwelling adults aged 16 and over in six most deprived areas of the Redbridge borough of London. Using face-to-face interviews, information on the demographics, lifestyle, Internet access at home, happiness, trait hope, and subjective health was obtained.
|Journal||Open Psychology Journal|
|Journal citation||8 (1), pp. 44-53|
|Web address (URL)||http://dx.doi.org/10.2174/1874350101508010044|
|31 Mar 2015|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||15 Apr 2015|
|Accepted||24 Mar 2014|
|Basic Research Program|
|Copyright information||© The Authors 2015. Issued under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License.|
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