Gamila Shoib

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A common claim in the literature on Information Systems' implementation in the context of less developed economies or so-called " developing countries " is that the " Western " technology is at odds with the local cultural context, in particular it is believed to mismatch local rationality in the sense of the accepted ways of doing things. In this paper we(More)
The extent to which people living in developing countries have access to scholarly literature has historically been severely constrained. The constraints in part are created and enforced by academic publishers, primarily for reasons of finance, and in part are a result of the digital divide: the glaring inequality of access to the Internet that pervades the(More)
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