Reclaiming the articulated space: A cultural analysis of learning and appropriation of digital literacy among the ageing population in India

Most commonly held views on digital literacy (DL) impose a set of prescriptive notions of skills fixed in time and place. These views essentialize DL on the bases of “expert knowledge” and “best practices” theses, fiercely compromising the context-driven idea of user knowledge derived from improvisation and intuition. By examining a group of Indian senior… CONTINUE READING