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Skilling seniors in computers: community training responses to the digital divide
The intent of this paper is to suggest successful ways of teaching computers through the discussion of a case study of Skylarkers 60 and Better Program and a longitudinal study conducted there. Expand
The New Computer Hacker's Quest and Contest with the Experienced Hackers: A Qualitative Study Applying Pierre Bourdieu's Field Theory
IntroductionThe considerable body of literature seeking to understand computer hackers' motivations and behaviors still needs further inquiry as hacking cyber crime grows in sophistication andExpand
Design Management in a Construction Company
Design Management is an increasingly important function in the construction industry. Design management is being done by construction companies because of the failure of other existing systems toExpand
The Power Gossip and Rumour Have in Shaping Online Identity and Reputation: A Critical Discourse Analysis
Information posted about people on the Internet has power to shape others' views and opinions of someone with potentially negative consequences that affects perceptions of another's identity andExpand
The role of computer tuition in community health: A grounded theory approach
The objective is to understand and link this group's self-reports of their health arising from attending lessons to improve the content and delivery of computer tuition. Expand
Teaching older people internet skills to minimize grey digital divides: Developed and developing countries in focus
It is argued that research in developing countries into minimizing the grey digital divide is a crucial undertaking and finding solutions that consider cultural and age differences issues is crucial to the success of having internet literate societies that have growing populations of older people seeking to use it. Expand
Records management practices in construction industries: Australian perspectives
Purpose – This paper aims to present findings from research undertaken in Australian construction companies that describes some issues faced in the management of records on large‐scaleExpand
Knowledge Management Practices On Large-Scale Construction Projects In An Australian Company: An Ethnographic Study
A three and a half year ethnographic study of knowledge management practices on Australian large-scale projects observed professionals at work in the design and construction within one company overExpand