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By Amit Schejter

During this booklet, 16 prime communications coverage students current a entire telecommunications coverage time table for the hot federal management. The articles tackle various subject matters, together with community neutrality, rural connectivity, media possession, minority possession, spectrum coverage, common broadband coverage, and media for kids.

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For an analysis of the failure of universal service policy for those at the margins of society, see Jorge Reina Schement, “Beyond Universal Service: Characteristics of Americans Without Telephones, 1980–1993,” Telecommunications Policy 19, no. 6 (1995): 477–85; Jorge Reina Schement, “Telephone Penetration at the Margins: An Analysis of the Period Following the Breakup of AT&T, 1984–1994,” in Progress in Communication Sciences, Volume XV: Advances in Telecommunications, Harmeet Sawhney and George A.

14, in Federalist Papers. 12. Thomas I. Emerson, “Toward a General Theory of the First Amendment,” 72 Yale Law Journal 877, 883 (April 1963). 13. For a discourse on the relationship between community and democracy, see Robert D. Putnam, Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2000). For an analysis of the failure of universal service policy for those at the margins of society, see Jorge Reina Schement, “Beyond Universal Service: Characteristics of Americans Without Telephones, 1980–1993,” Telecommunications Policy 19, no.

33. Susannah Fox and Gretchen Livingston, Latinos Online (Washington, DC: Pew Hispanic Center and Pew Internet Project, 2007), 18. 34. Jeffrey Boase, John B. Horrigan, et al. The Strength of Internet Ties (Washington, DC: Pew Internet and American Life Project, 2006). 35. The 44 percent of home broadband users who have posted “user-generated content” to the internet have done at least one of the following things: created their own blog, participate, created, or worked on their own webpage; participated in group blogs or webpages; posted comments to a newsgroup; shared a personal creation (like artwork, stories, or videos); or taken online content and remixed it into an artistic creation of their own.

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