Do disabilities impede the use of information and communication technologies? Findings of a repeated cross-sectional study – 2003-2015

@article{Lissitsa2018DoDI,
  title={Do disabilities impede the use of information and communication technologies? Findings of a repeated cross-sectional study – 2003-2015},
  author={S. Lissitsa and G. Madar},
  journal={Israel Journal of Health Policy Research},
  year={2018},
  volume={7}
}
  • S. Lissitsa, G. Madar
  • Published 2018
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Israel Journal of Health Policy Research
  • BackgroundThe current research focuses on trends of Internet adoption and digital uses among people with disabilities over a thirteen-year period.MethodsThe study is based on data elicited from a repeated cross-sectional study collected by means of Annual Social Surveys conducted by Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics between 2003 and 2015. The sample included 95,145 respondents, among them 22,290 respondents with disabilities.ResultsThe rate of Internet access and digital uses increased… CONTINUE READING
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