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Jen Schradie

Who's Connected? Sociologists and the Global Digital Divide

by Jen Schradie

Card catalogues, typewriters, and microfiche were once technological tools of the academic trade. Today, many sociologists rely on Jstor, laptops and Endnote. But what of sociologists from the Global South? When researchers began studying the digital divide in the early 1990s, they examined the binary gap between people with and without Internet access. However, the complexities of everyday Internet use have driven the analysis to include stratification...

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