Technology

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  • Araque, J. C., Maiden, R. P., Bravo, N., Estrada, I., Evans, R., Hubchik, K., & Reddy, M. (2013). Computer usage and access in low-income urban communities. Computers in Human Behavior, 29(4), 1393–1401.
  • Asongu, S. A., Nwachukwu, J. C., & Orim, S. M. I. (2018). Mobile phones, institutional quality and entrepreneurship in Sub-Saharan Africa. Technological Forecasting and Social Change131, 183-203.
  • Atkinson, R. D. (1998). Technological change and cities. Cityscape, 3(3), 129–170.
  • Attewell, P. (2001). The first and second digital divides. Sociology of Education, 74,252-259.
  • Barbatsis, G., Camacho, M., & Jackson, L. (2004). Does it speak to me? Visual aesthetics and the digital divide. Visual Studies, 19(1), 36–51.
  • Becker, S., Crandall, M. D., Fisher, K. E., Kinney, B., Landry, C., & Rocha, A. (2010). Opportunity for All: How the American Public Benefits from Internet Access at U.S. Libraries. Washington, DC: Institute for Museum and Library Services.
  • Burkhardt, G., Monsour, M. Valdez, G., Gunn, C., Dawson, M., Lemke, C., Coughlin, E., Thadani, V., Martin, C. (2003). Literacy in the Digital Age. NCREL and METIRI Group. http://pict.sdsu.edu/engauge21st.pdf
  • Chandler-Olcott, K., & Mahar, D. (2003). “Tech-savviness” meets multiliteracies: Exploring adolescent girls’ technology-mediated literacy practices. Reading Research Quarterly, 38(3), 356–385.
  • Dewan, S., & Riggins, F. J. (2005). The digital divide: Current and future research directions. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 6(12), 298–337.
  • Falaki, H., Mahajan, R., Kandula, S., Lymberopoulos, D., Govindan, R., & Estrin, D. (2010). Diversity in smartphone usage. In Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Mobile Systems, Applications, and Services, 179–194. Association for Computing Machinery.
  • File, T. (2013). Computer and internet use in the United States. Current Population Survey Reports, U.S. Census Bureau, Washington, D.C., 20–568.
  • Goslee, S. (1998). Losing ground bit by bit: Low-income communities in the information age . Benton Foundation. Available: https://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED424333.
  • Hansen, J. W. (2003). To change perceptions of technology programs. Journal of Technology Studies, 29(2), 116–119.
  • Herold, B. (2017). Poor students face digital divide in how teachers learn to use technology. Education Week (June 12), https://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2017/06/14/poor-students-face-digital-divide-in-teacher-technology-training.html.
  • Hesseldahl, A. (2008). Bringing broadband to the urban poor. Bloomberg Business Week (December 31). Retrieved from https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2008-12-31/bringing-broadband-to-the-urban-poorbusinessweek-business-news-stock-market-and-financial-advice
  • Hsieh, J. J. P.-A., Rai, A., & Keil, M. (2008). Understanding digital inequality: Comparing continued use behavioral models of the socio-economically advantaged and disadvantaged. MIS Quarterly, 32(1), 97–126.
  • Kenny, C. (2002). Information and communication technologies for direct poverty alleviation: Costs and benefits. Development Policy Review, 20(2), 141-157.
  • Kyriakidou, V., Michalakelis, C., & Sphicopoulos, T. (2011). Digital divide gap convergence in Europe. Technology in Society, 33, 265-270.
  • McCloud, R. F., Okechukwu, C. A., Sorensen, G., & Viswanath, K. (2016). Entertainment or Health? Exploring the Internet Usage Patterns of the Urban Poor: A Secondary Analysis of a Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 18(3).
  • McMillan, S. 1996. “Literacy and Computer Literacy: Definitions and Comparisons.” Computers & Education 27 (3–4):161–170.
  • Neumeyer, X., M. Morris and S. Santos, (2020). Overcoming Barriers to Technology Adoption When Fostering Entrepreneurship Among the Poor: The Role of Technology and Digital Literacy, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management.
  • Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). (2016). Are There Differences in How Advantaged and Disadvantaged Students Use the Internet? Paris, France: OECD Publishing.
  • Pearson, G., & Young, A. (2002). Technically Speaking: Why All Americans Need to Know More About Technology. Washington, DC: National Academies Press.
  • Pigato, M. (2001). Information and communication technology, poverty, and development in subSaharan Africa and South Asia. Africa Region Working Paper, Series Number 20.
  • Sanyal, B., & Schön, D. A. (1999). Information technology and urban poverty: The role of public policy. In D. A. Schön, B. Sanyal, & W. J. Mitchell (Eds.), High technology and low-income communities: Prospects for the positive use of advanced information technology (pp. 371–393). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
  • Servon, L. J. & Nelson, M. K. (2001). Community technology centers: Narrowing the digital divide in low-income, urban communities. Journal of Urban Affairs, 23(3-4), 279-290.
  • Townsed, L., Sathiaseelan, A., Fairhurst, G. & Wallace, C. (2013). Enhanced broadband access as a solution to the social and economic problems of the rural digital divide. Local Economy, 28(6), 580-595.