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Abstract

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Hoewel de literatuur over de adoptie en het gebruik van slimme speakers groeit, wordt de vraag wie de gezinnen met en zonder een apparaat zijn vaak verwaarloosd. Uit dit cross-sectioneel onderzoek onder Nederlandse ouders ( = 187) blijkt dat gezinnen met (34%) en zonder (66%) slimme speakers vooral in hun vertrouwen in technologie, internetgeletterdheid en voorkeursstijl van mediabemiddeling verschillen.

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