The Digital Divide. Social, Economic, Political in Nature By: L. Townsend, M. Parks, S. Stamadias. Our Focus.
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Social, Economic, Political in Nature
By: L. Townsend, M. Parks, S. Stamadias
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In general those with more money have the technology, and those with less money do not, be they individuals, groups, or the whole lower class of a country.
A stabilized economy as well as a stable government is necessary to create an efficient infrastructure for new technologies, but once stable, there are options to take:
One example of this is the explosion of mobile phone technology in certain countries.
Across much of Africa and Asia more people have access to phones than ever before, thanks to this technology.
Unfortunately, this system was not very effective because it only aided on a small scale for the price of the program came at a high price. Computers were accessible to government officials, but there were not utilized to their advantage.