Digital Divide References

Last updated 29th January 2013
First references 25th December 2011
* Updated 29th January 2013

 

Attewell, P. (2001) 'The First and the Second Digital Divides', Sociology of Education, vol. 74, pp. 252-259.

Barrantes, R. (2007) Analysis of ICT demand: What is digital poverty and how to measure it? In H. Galperin and J.Marisca (eds) Digital poverty: Latin American and Caribbean perspectives, l, 29–54. Ottawa: International Development Research Centre, Practical Action Publishing.

Bennett, S., Maton, K., & Kervin, L. (2008). The ‘digital natives’ debate: A critical review of the evidence. British Journal of Educational Technology, 39(5), pp. 775-786.

Bonfadelli, H. (2002) 'The Internet and Knowledge Gaps – A Theoretical and Empirical Investigation, European Journal of Communication, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 65-84.

*Barzilai-Nahon, K. 2006. Gaps and bits: Conceptualizing measurements for digital divide/s. The Information Society 22:269–78

Clark LS, Demont-Heinrich C and Webber SA (2004) 'Ethnographic interviews on the digital divide'. New Media & Society 6(4): 529–47.

Clement, A. and Shade, L. (2002) 'The Access rainbow: Conceptualising Universal Access to the Information/Communication infrastructure', in Gurstein, M (Ed.) Community informatics, Idea Publishing, Hershey, PA, pp.32-51.

Cleary, P. F., Pierce, G., & Trauth, E. M. (2006). Closing the digital divide: understanding racial, ethnic, social class, gender and geographic disparities in Internet use among school age children in the United States. Information Society, 4, 354–373.

Compaine, B. (2001) ‘Declare the War Won’, in Compaine, B. (Ed.) The Digital Divide: Facing a Crisis of Creating a Myth, MIT Press, Camb., pp.315-35

DiMaggio P and Hargittai E (2001) From the ‘Digital Divide’ to ‘Digital Inequality’: Studying Internet Use as Penetration Increases. Available at: http://www.webuse.umd.edu/webshop/resources/Dimaggio_Digital_Divide.pdf

DiMaggio, P., Hargittai, E., Neuman, W. and Robinson, J. (2001) ‘Social Implications of the Internet’, Annual Review of Sociology, No.27, pp.306-36.

DiMaggio, P., Hargittai, E., Celeste, C. and Shafer, S. (2004) 'Digital Inequality: From Unequal Access to Differentiated Use', in Neckerman. K. (ed.) Social Inequality, Russel Sage Foundation, New York, 2004, pp. 355-400.

Dolničar, V. (2011) ‘Measuring the dynamics of cross-national digital divides’, in Haddon, L. (Ed.) The Contemporary Internet: National and Cross-National European Studies, Peter Lang, Frankfurt, pp.190-205.

Dolničar, V., Christou, C., Gannon, R., Haddon, L, Louca, S., Puga, P. and Vieira, J. (2011) ‘Cross-national broadband digital divides’, in Haddon, L. (Ed.) The Contemporary Internet: National and Cross-National European Studies, Peter Lang, Frankfurt, pp.121-138

*Dutton, W. H., Shepherd, A. & di Gennaro, C. (2007) ‘Digital divides and choices reconfiguring access’, in Information and Communication Technologies in Society: e-Living in a Digital Europe, eds B. Anderson, M. Brynin, J. Gershuny & Y. Raban, Routledge, London, pp. 31–45.

Dutton, W.H., Gillet, S. E., McKnight L. W. and Peltu, M. (2004) Bridging Broadband Internet Divides: Reconfiguring Access to Enhance Communicative Power',  Journal of Information Technologies, vol. 19, pp. 28-38.

Eastin MS (2005) 'Internet self-efficacy and the psychology of the digital divide'. Cyberpsychology and Behavior 8: 62–75.

Epstein, D, Nisbet, E. and Gillespie, T. (2011) ‚ Who's Responsible for the Digital Divide? Public Perceptions and Policy Implications, The Information Society, 27: 92–104.

Eynon, R. and Helsper, E. (2011) ‘UK Adults learning online: Digital choice and/or digital exclusion?’, New Media and Society, 13(4) 534–551.

Frissen, V. (2003) ‘The Myth of the Digital Divide’, in Cammaerts, B., Van Audenhove, L., Nulens, G. and Pauwels, C. (eds) Beyond the Digital Divide: Reducing Exclusion, Fostering Inclusion, VUB, Brussels University Press, Brussels, pp.17-34

Facer, K., & Furlong, R. (2001). 'Beyond the Myth of the 'Cyberkid': Young People at the Margins of the Information Revolution.' Journal of Youth Studies, 4(4), 451-469.

Gunkel, D. (2003) ‘Second Thoughts: Toward a Critique of the Digital Divide', New Media and Society, Vol.5, No.4, pp.499-522.

Haddon, L. (2000) ‘Social Exclusion and Information and Communication Technologies: Lessons from Studies of Single Parents and the Young Elderly’, New Media and Society, Vol.2, No.4, 387-406

Haddon, L. (2004) Information and Communication Technologies in Everyday Life: A Concise Introduction and Research Guide, Berg, Oxford

*Halford, S. and Savage, M. (2010) 'Reconceptualizing digital social inequality', Information, Communication & Society Vol. 13, No. 7, October 2010, pp. 937–955

Hargittai E (2002) 'Second-level digital divide: Differences in people’s online skills.' First Monday 7(4). Available at: http://firstmonday.org/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/942/864

Hargittai, E. (2008) 'The Digital Reproduction of Inequality', in Grusky, D (Ed.) Social Stratification, Westview Press, Boulder, pp. 936-944.

Hargittai, E. and Hinnant, A.(2008) 'Digital Inequality: Differences in Young Adults' Use of the Internet', Communication Research, vol. 35, no. 5, pp. 602-621.

*Helsper, E. J. (2008) Digital Inclusion: An Analysis of Social Disadvantage and the Information Society, Department for Communities and Local Government, London.

Helsper, E. J., & Eynon, R. (2010). 'Digital natives: where is the evidence?' British Educational Research Journal, 36(3), 503 - 520.

Helsper, E. J., & Galacz, A. (2009). Understanding the links between social and digital inclusion in Europe. In G. Cardoso, A. Cheong & J. Cole (Eds.), The World Wide Internet: Changing Societies, Economies and Cultures (pp. 146-178). Taipa: University of Macau Press.

Horrigan, J., Rainie, L., Allen, K., Madden, M. and O’Grady, E (2003) The Ever-Shifting Internet Population: A New Look of Internet Access and the Digital Divide, Pew Internet and American Life Project, April, 16th.

James, J. (2008) Digital divide complacency: Misconceptions and dangers. The Information Society 24(1):54–61.

Jung, J, Qui, J. and Kim, Y. (2001) 'Internet Connectedness and Inequality: Beyond the Divide', Communication Research, Vol.28, no.4, pp.507-35.

Katz, J. and Aspden, P. (1998) ‘Internet Dropouts in the USA. The Invisible Group’, Telecommunications Policy, Vol.22, No.4/5, pp.327-39.

Katz, J. and Rice, R (2002) Social Consequences of Internet Use: Access, Involvement and Interaction, MIT press, Boston (Chapters 2 to 5)

Katz, J. Rice, R. and Aspden, P. (2001) ‘The Internet, 1995-2000. Access, Civic Involvement and Social Interaction’, American Behavioral Scientist, 45: 3, 405-17

*Kiel, J. M. (2005) ‘The digital divide: Internet and e-mail use by the elderly’, Informatics for Health and Social Care, vol. 30, no. 1, pp. 19–23.

Kingsely, P. and Anderson, T. (1998) ‘Facing Life without the Internet’, Internet Research: Electronic Networking Applications and Policy, 8: 4, 303-12.

*Kvasny,L. (2006) The cultural (re)production of digital inequality. Information, Communication and Society 9(2): 160–81.

*Lenhart, A., and Horrigan, J. (2003) Re-visualizing the digital divide as a digital spectrum. IT & Society 1(5): 23–39.

Ling, R. (2008) Should we be concerned that the elderly don’t text? The Information Society 24(5):334–41.

Livingstone, S. and Helsper, E. (2007)' Gradations in Digital Inclusion: Children, Young People and the Digital Divide', New Media and Society, Vol.9, no.4, pp.671-96.

Loges, W. and Jung, J. (2001) 'Exploring the Digital Divide: Internet Connectedness and Age', Communication Research, Vol.28, no.4, pp.536-62

Mansell, R. (2002) 'From Digital Divide to Digital Entitlements in Knowledge Societies', Current Sociology, Vol.50, No.3, pp. 407-26

Mason, S. M. and Hacker, K. L.(2003) 'Applying Communication Theory to Digital Divide Research', IT&Society, vol. 1, no. 5, pp. 40-55.

Mossberger, K., Tolbert, J. J. and Stansbury, M. (2003) Virtual Inequality: Beyond the Digital Divide, Georgetown University Press, Washington, DC.

Murdock, G. and Golding, P. (2004) 'Dismantling the Digital Divide: Rethinking the Dynamics of Particiaption and Exclusion', in Calabrese, A. and Sparks, C. (eds) Towards the Political Economy of Culture: Capitalism and Communication in the Twenty-First Century, Rowman & Littlefield, Lantham, MD, pp.244-60

Norris, P. (2001) Digital Divide: Civic Engagement, Information Poverty, and the Internet Worldwide, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, MA, 2001.

Parayil, G. (2005) Digital Divide and Increasing Returns: Contradictions of Informational Capitalism', The Information Society, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 41–51.

Peter, J. & Valkenburg, P. (2006). Adolescents’ internet use: Testing the ‘‘disappearing digital divide’’ versus the ‘‘emerging digital differentiation’’ approach. Poetics, 34, 293-305.

Prensky, M. (2001). 'Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants'. On The Horizon - The Strategic Planning Resource for Education Professionals, 9 (5), 1-6.

Puga, P. (2011) ‘eGovernment and the digital divide’, in Haddon, L. (Ed.) The Contemporary Internet: National and Cross-National European Studies, Peter Lang, Frankfurt, pp.139-154.

Rainie L, Madden M, Boyce A, Lenhart A and Allen K (2003) The Ever-shifting Internet Population: A New Look at Internet Access and the Digital Divide. Washington, DC: Pew Internet and American Life Project.

*Reisdorf, B. (2010) Non-adoption of the internet in Great Britian and Sweden: A Cross National Comparison', Information, Communication and Society, 14 (3), pp. 400-20.

Rogers, E. (2001) ‘The Digital Divide’, Convergence, Vol.7, No.4, pp.96-111.

Sassi, S. (2005). 'Cultural differentiation or social segregation? Four approaches to the digital divide'. New Media & Society, 7(5), 684-700.

Selwyn, N. (2004) ‘Reconsidering Political and Popular Understandings of the Digital Divide’, New Media and Society, Vol.6, No.3, pp.341-62.

Selwyn N and Facer K (2007) Beyond the Digital Divide. Bristol: NESTA Futurelab.

*Selwyn,N.&Facer,K. (2009) ‘Beyond digital divide: towards an agenda of change’, in Handbook of Research on Overcoming Digital Divides: Constructing an Equitable andCompetitive Information Society, eds E. Ferro, Y. K. Dwivedi, J. R. Gil-Garcia & M. D. Williams, Information Science Reference, Hershey, PA, pp. 1–20.

Stevenson, S. (2009) Digital divide: A discursive move away from the real inequities. The Information Society 25(1):1–22.

Thomas, G. and Wyatt, S. (2000) ‘Access is not the only Problem: Using and Controlling the Internet’, in Wyatt, S., Henwood, F., Miller, N. and Senker, P. (eds) Technology and In/equality, Questioning the Information Society, Routledge, London, pp.21-45.

Tolbert, J. and Mossberger, K. (2006) 'New Inequality Frontier: Broadband Internet Access', EPI Working Paper #275. Economic Policy Institute

Tripp, L. (2011) “‘The computer is not for you to be looking around, it is for schoolwork’: Challenges for digital inclusion as Latino immigrant families negotiate children’s access to the internet”, New Media and Society, 13(4) 552–567.

*Tsatsou, P. (2011). Digital divides revisited: What is new about divides and their research? Media, Culture & Society 33(2): 317–31.

Van Deursen, A. and van Dijk, J. (2011) ‘Internet skills and the digital divide’, New Media and Society, 13(6) 893–911.

Van Dijk, J. (1999) The Network Society: Social aspects of New Media, Sage, London.

Van Dijk, J. A. and G. M. (2005). The deepening divide: Inequality in the Information Society. Thousand Oaks, CA, USA.: Sage.

Van Dijk, J. (2006) 'Digital Divide Research, Achievements and Shortcomings', Poetics, 34 (4-5) pp.221-35.

Van Dijk, J. and Hacker, K. (2003) 'The Digital Divide as a Complex and Dynamic Phenomenon, The Information Society, vol. 19, pp. 315–326.

Vehovar, V., Sicherl P., Hüsing T. and Dolnicar, V.(2006) 'Methodological Challenges of Digital Divide Measurements', The Information Society, vol. 22, no. 5, pp.279-290.

Warschauer, M. (2003) Technology and Social Inclusion: Rethinking the Digital Divide, MIT Press, Cambridge.

Wasserman IM and Richmond-Abbott M (2005) 'Gender and the internet: Causes of variation in access, level, and scope of use'. Social Science Quarterly 86: 252–270.

Witte J and Mannon S (2007) The Internet and Social Inequalities. New York: Routledge.

Wyatt, S. Thomas, G. and Terranova, T. (2002), ‘They Came, they Surfed, they Went Back to the Beach: Conceptualising Use and Non-Use of the Internet’, in Woolgar, S. (Ed.) Virtual Society? Technology, Cyperbole and Reality, Oxford, University Press, Oxford, pp.23-40

 

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