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For Much of the past Decade, Demystifying the Digital Divide

@inproceedings{Warschauer2003ForMO,
  title={For Much of the past Decade, Demystifying the Digital Divide},
  author={Mark Warschauer},
  year={2003}
}
policy leaders and social scientists have grown increasingly concerned about a societal split between those with and those without access to computers and the Internet. The U.S. National Telecommunications and Information Administration popularized a term for this situation in the mid-1990s: the “digital divide.” The phrase soon became used in an international context as well, to describe the status of information technology from country to country. Demystifying the Digital Divide 

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