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Is the digital divide a defunct framework?

Jenna Burrell, associate professor, School of Information | October 8, 2012

In the mid 1990s, the “digital divide” became the special purpose concept for talking about inequality in relation to computers and the Internet. It emerged during a time of transition, as the Internet went from a novelty to a necessity in the view of policy-makers and the general public in global centers. In the beginning … Continue reading »