Revisiting the Digital Divide: Race, Region and the Everyday Uses of Internet Technologies
This paper examines the nature and extent of Internet use for various online activities at the regional scale, with a specific focus on White-African American disparities.
||Digital Divide, Race, Region, Internet Technology
International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 2, Issue 3, pp.33-46.
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My current research focuses on the interplay of contemporary spatial transformations and forms and politics of city and regional economic change and global city production.
My research focuses on the interactions between technology, society, and the environment, with an emphasis on racial/ethnic and economic inequalities.
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