Digital Participation and Social Justice in Scotland

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Author: Douglas White

Year: 2016

ISBN: 978-1909447509

Understanding And Tackling The Digital Divide

 

Addressing the digital divide is one of the great social challenges of our age. Digital Participation and Social Justice in Scotland examines the link between being offline and other forms of social deprivation. Drawing on detailed statistical analysis by Ipsos MORI, tells us who is offline, why and what we can do about it. Read the report and get in touch to tell us how the findings relate to your own experience and knowledge of digital and social exclusion.

Find out more about the Trust’s Understanding Digital Exclusion initiative.

 


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