E-Government and Gender Digital Divide: The Case of Jordan

  title={E-Government and Gender Digital Divide: The Case of Jordan},
  author={Boran A. Al-Rababah and Emad Abu-Shanab},
There is an indicator that e-Government projects have gabs in dealing with gender digital divide especially in developing countries and rural areas in industrialized countries. This research aims to review experiences on integration of gender equality issues with e-Government projects all over the world, and introduce justifications for the need of poor women to access e-Government information and services. Jordan embarked on many initiatives that are related to women and rural areas… CONTINUE READING

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