Livres et rapports

Kluzer, S., Ferrari, A., & Centeno, C. (2009)

Launched in 2005 following the revised Lisbon Agenda, the policy framework ‘i2010: A European Information Society for Growth and Employment’ has clearly established digital inclusion as an EU strategic policy goal. Everybody living in Europe,...

J. Dean (2009)

Democracy and Other Neoliberal Fantasies is an impassioned call for the realization of a progressive left politics in the United States. Through an assessment of the ideologies underlying contemporary political culture, Jodi Dean takes...

Information and communication technologies and migration
Hamel, J. Y. (2009)

Surveying existing literature, this paper starts by identifying links between attainments in human development and the presence of ICTs. The research then looks at instances where ICTs affect the opportunity for migration and how they affect its...

Les jeunes off-line et la fracture numérique: Les risques d’inégalités dans la génération des “natifs numériques”
Brotcorne, P., Mertens, L., & Valenduc, G. (2009)

Ce document constitue le rapport final d’une étude menée par la Fondation Travail-Université (FTU) à la demande du Service public fédéral de programmation “Intégration sociale”, dans le cadre du plan national d’action contre la fracture numérique...

LSE
Gui, M., & Argentin, G. (2009)

This article outlines the main results of an extensive survey on the digital skills of a random sample of 980 third-year high school students in Italy. The test used in the survey covers three main dimensions of digital skills (theoretical...

Internet and Society: Social Theory in the Information Age
Fuchs, C. (2008)

The Internet has changed the everyday life of many of us. How has this system transformed our lives and our society? What are the positive effects? What the negative ones? Which opportunities and risks for the development of society and social...

The evolution of alienation
Kellner, D. (2006)

The developing countries are currently undergoing a perhaps unprecedented technological revolution that has given new credence and life to the concept of alienation after a period of relative decline in which Marxian, existentialist, and other...

Theories of the Information Society
Webster, F. (2005)

Information is regarded as a distinguishing feature of our world. Where once economies were built on industry and conquest, we are now part of a global information economy. Pervasive media, expanding information occupations and the development of...

LCEF
Farlie, R.W. (2005)

Using data from the Computer and Internet Use Supplement to the October 2003 Current Population Survey (CPS), I examine whether there are large ethnic and racial differences in home access to computers, the Internet and broadband in the United...

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Van Dijk, J.A.G.M. (2005)

During the mid 90’s, around the time the Internet became popular, it became apparent that there was still one critical issue holding back limitless opportunities. Computer professionals had to find a way to close the gap between those who do not...

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