Articles scientifiques

new media & society
Blank, G. & Lutz, C. (2018)

Recent studies have enhanced our understanding of digital divides by investigating outcomes of Internet use. We extend this research to analyse positive and negative outcomes of Internet use in the United Kingdom.

Social Science Computer Review
Blank, G., Graham, M. & Calvino, C. (2018)

Combining data from a sample survey, the 2013 Oxford Internet Survey, with the 2011 UK Census, we employ small area estimation to estimate Internet use in small geographies in Britain.

Learning Media and Technology
Funes, M. & Mackness, J. (2018)

Open education aspires to democratize education, promote inclusion and effect change through social justice. These aspirations are difficult to realize in open, online environments, which enable multiple, and often conflicting, perspectives.

Computers & Education
Barak, M. (2018)

The goal of this study was to examine university students' flexible thinking and resistance to change (as an opposite trait) according to their expertise in information and communication technology (ICT).

Edwards, S., Nolan, A., Henderson, M., Mantilla, A., Plowman, L. & Skouteris, H. (2018)

Young children from around the world are accessing the internet in ever increasing numbers.

New Media & Society
Yuen, A. H. K., Park, J., Chen, L. & Chen, M. (2018)

A digital divide continues to be reported across and within nations, first as an access issue and second as an issue of effective usage.

Elliott, T. & Earl, J. (2018)

Scholars have long been concerned about the effect that digital inequalities might have on marginalized populations.

Development in Practice
Banaji, S., Livingstone, S., Nandi, A. & Stoilova, M. (2017)

Dans les programmes de développement qui concernent les enfants vivant dans des communautés à faible revenu, les médias - anciens comme nouveaux - sont généralement ignorés ou considérés comme ayant un pouvoir bénéfique capable de remédier aux...

Communiquer: Revue de communication sociale et publique
Mansell, R. (2017)

Cette contribution s’intéresse à la fois aux dimensions de l’environnement numérique accordant du pouvoir et à celles limitant la capacité d’agir de l’agentivité individuelle et collective à façonner l’environnement médiatisé.

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