[Air-L] What sources do you use for the "digital divide"?
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Mon Jul 20 21:15:23 PDT 2009
Mack C. Shelley, Lisa Thrane, and Stuart W. Shulman, “Lost in Cyberspace:
Barriers to Bridging the Digital Divide in e-Politics,” International
Journal of Internet and Enterprise Management Vol. 4, No. 3 (2006), 228-243.
Mack C. Shelley, Lisa E. Thrane, and Stuart W. Shulman, “Generational
Differences in Informational Technology Use and Political Involvement,”
International Journal of Electronic Government Research Vol. 2, No. 1
Sally Beisser, Stuart Shulman, and Teresa Larson, “Closing the Digital
Divide with Service Learning,” Academic Exchange Quarterly Vol. 9, No. 1
(Spring 2005), 31-35.
Sally Beisser, Stuart Shulman and Teresa Larson, “Empowerment through
Service-Learning: Teaching Technology to Senior Citizens,” The Innovation
Journal Vol. 10, No. 1 (2005), 1-13.
Lisa E. Thrane, Mack C. Shelley, and Stuart W. Shulman, Sally Beisser,
Teresa Larson, “e-Political Empowerment: Age Effects or Attitudinal
Barriers?” Journal of E-Government Vol. 1, No. 4 (2004), 21-37.
Mack Shelley, Lisa Thrane, Stuart Shulman, Evette Lang, Sally Beisser,
Teresa Larson, and James Mutiti, “Digital Citizenship: Parameters of the
Digital Divide,” Social Science Computer Review, 22, 2 (2004), 256-269.
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