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Dismantling the Digital Divide: A Multicultural Education Framework
Describes inequities in access to computers by gender and race, drawing connections between the two and discussing the use of a multicultural education approach to understanding and eliminating the digital divide. This involves such actions as critiquing technology-related inequities in the context of larger educational and social inequities, broadening the significance of access, and confronting capitalist propaganda. (SM)
Author/Creator: Gorski, Paul C.
Date Published: Fall
Journal/Secondary Title: Multicultural Education
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