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Developing a human perspective to the digital divide in the 'smart city'

@inproceedings{Partridge2004DevelopingAH,
  title={Developing a human perspective to the digital divide in the 'smart city'},
  author={Helen Partridge},
  year={2004}
}
This paper will outline a research in progress that explores the psychological barriers that prevent people within community from integrating information and communication technology into their lives. The research will use the Social Cognitive Theory by Bandura (1986) to examine the psychology of the digital divide. This theory postulates that a person will act according to their perceived capabilities and the anticipated consequences of their actions. Participants in the study will be members… Expand

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