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by Lisa J. Servon

  • ISBN: 0631232427
  • Category: Other
  • Author: Lisa J. Servon
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (August 15, 2002)
  • Pages: 296 pages
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  • Rating: 4.7
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The author redefines this problem, examines its severity, and lays out what the future implications might be if the digital divide continues to exist.

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Bridging the Digital Divide makes it clear that the digital divide is only one symptom of persistent poverty - a problem that touches us all. Fortunately, this is a case in which treating the symptom may help cure the disease. Servon's book shows us that programs aimed at closing the divide are creating pathways out of poverty for many low-income technology users, who are acquiring career skills, educational advantages, and new knowledge that can lead to living-wage jobs. - Laura Breeden, Director, America Connects Consortium.

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Lisa J. Servon is the chair of the City and Regional Planning Department at the University of Pennsylvania. Bridging the Digital Divide: Technology, Community, and Public Policy (Blackwell, 2002).

Lisa J. She specializes in studies of urban poverty, community development, economic development, and issues of gender and race. She is one of the primary faculty in the Community and Economic Development concentration Contents.

The author redefines this problem, examines its severity, and lays out what the future implications might be if the digital divide continues to exist. Analyses the success or failure of policies designed to address the digital divide.

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Bridging the Digital Divide: Technology, Community and Public Policy Analyses the success or failure of policies designed to address the digital.

Bridging the Digital Divide: Technology, Community and Public Policy. The author redefines this problem, examines its severity, and lays out what the future implications might be if the digital divide continues to exist. Draws on extensive fieldwork in several US cities. Makes recommendations for future public policy.

Bridging the Digital Divide investigates problems of unequalaccess to information technology. The author redefines thisproblem, examines its severity, and lays out what the futureimplications might be if the digital divide continues toexist.Examines unequal access to information technology in the UnitedStates.Analyses the success or failure of policies designed to addressthe digital divide.Draws on extensive fieldwork in several US cities.Makes recommendations for future public policy.Series editor: Manuel Castells.

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