Lecture 5, 6/5

Both ‘Digital Divide’ and ‘Information Society’ have been central concepts in arguments for providing access to digital technologies to poor and marginalized societies. These concepts rework some of the institutional themes of development and growth that we covered before. In this lecture, we will discuss advantages and disadvantages of framing problems of poverty and social exclusion in terms of these concepts.

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