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Factors Affecting ICT Adoption in Rural Area : A Case Study of Rural users in Iran

@inproceedings{Vosough2015FactorsAI,
  title={Factors Affecting ICT Adoption in Rural Area : A Case Study of Rural users in Iran},
  author={Alireza Vosough and Niusha Eghtedari and Akram Binaian},
  year={2015}
}
Newly emerging technologies such as information technology are priority areas for public science and technology funding, and in recent years significant progress has been made in the application of these new technologies. Since the modernization era, the accessibility to rural ICT centers has been the main challenge. Adoption of new technologies can improve efficiency in agricultural sector. This study examines the factors that affect the ICT adoption by rural users in Kermanshah Province. The… 

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