Chris Felstead

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Not-for-profit organizations put considerable effort into community-based Information Technology (IT) projects to bridge the gap between the 'haves and the 'have-nots' of the digital divide. However, the outcomes of these IT projects are often seen as problematic with service recipients failing to gain the intended benefits. It is proposed that this is(More)
The current age of networked information systems brings concerns that in an increasingly global world the dominance of multinational corporations overrides regional and national identities. This view is challenged by the concept of glocalisation where ideas in the global environment are adapted to take account of local cultures. Many organisations operating(More)
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