Women, the Knowledge Society and ICT Access in the Reindeer Grazing Areas

  title={Women, the Knowledge Society and ICT Access in the Reindeer Grazing Areas},
  author={Maria Ud{\'e}n},
This paper is about inclusion in the prosperous “winner” networks and practices, caught by the term “knowledge society”. It tells about some people and a location in the Arctic rims of the European Union. The process presented can be described as enacted ambitions for knowledge society inclusion. Among the people involved there have been researchers and professionals of several different nationalities and ethnic backgrounds. But, the Sámi, as represented by the local community engaged in the… 
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