Women put people first on Web, study says

12/29/2005 | CNET · Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Women surf the Internet for health information and religious advice, while men look for news, stocks, sports and pornography, according to a study by the Pew Internet & American Life Project. "Once you get past the commonalities, men tend to be attracted to online activities that are far more action-oriented, while women tend to value things involving relationships or human connections," said Deborah Fallows, a Pew research fellow and author of the report.

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