Conquering the Digital Divide Argumentative Essay by tgirl

Conquering the Digital Divide
An argumentative paper about technological advancements that cause social inequalities.
# 2964 | 1,880 words | 5 sources | 2000 | US
Published on Jan 10, 2002 in Sociology (General) , Computer and Technology (General)

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This is an argumentative paper about the division along socio-economic lines. The author argues that today's technological advancements continue to drive us apart and further aggravate the problem of social inequality.

From the Paper:

In the race to converge all forms of media, modern-day technological trailblazers are leaving millions behind. American society is still hurting from unethical institutions that have deprived certain groups from social equality and is encountering the digital age, which seems to promise a freer, faster and more connected society. Instead it may have created another gap between the "haves" and "have- nots." With these new-age industrial advancements a term commonly known as the "digital divide" has been coined to describe the uneven access particular groups have to technological tools.

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