Women and Digital Divide

By: P. Kumar

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Information technology increasingly permeates all aspects of life. In the last ten years, home computers have become, in some sectors of society, nearly as commonplace as telephones, and Internet access has become an apparent necessity for inclusion in mainstream society. As a consequence of this social transformation, new policy dilemmas have arisen and certain entrenched policy dilemmas have gained heightened importance. One such policy issue that has taken on both a new dimension and a higher level of gravity is the threatened marginalization of women in the information technology economy. Many women in developing regions remain marginalized or excluded from basic education and life skills training. Many more are completely illiterate. The few that do enjoy access to basic education are increasingly finding themselves on the wrong side of a gender-based digital divide. Printed Pages: 256.

Title: Women and Digital Divide

Author Name: P. Kumar

Categories: India, Feminism and Feminist Theory,

Publisher: New Delhi, India, MD Publications/Prints Publications: 2010

ISBN: 8175332662

ISBN 13: 9788175332669

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: New

Seller ID: 117710

Keywords: Women and Digital Divide P. Kumar