A look at the problem of unequal access to computer technology between the poorer and wealthier sections of society of America.
# 56903 | 4,757 words | 15 sources | APA | 2005 |
Published on Mar 16, 2005 in Education (Curriculum) , Computer and Technology (Internet) , Computer and Technology (Technology) , African-American Studies (General)
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This paper examines the problem of inequality and how it manifests itself in relation to computer technology. The problem, often called the "Digital Divide", is examined from a racial, social, and economic perspective and looks at how computer illiteracy will have lasting effects academically, socially, and professionally. The paper also looks at efforts by groups that claim that computer and Internet access are a right and not a privilege and should be available to every student regardless of income, neighborhood, socio-economic class, or race.
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