Cyberspace Divide: Equality, Agency, and Policy in the Information Society


Politicians, policy makers and business gurus are all encouraging us to join the information superhighway or risk being excluded from the social and economic benefits of the information revolution. Cyberspace Divide critically considers the complex relationship between technological change, its effect upon social divisions, its consequences for social action and the emerging strategies for social inclusion in the Information Age. The contributors cover such themes as human interaction, ethical behavior, and the growing disparity between the information rich and the information poor.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Brian D. Loader
  • Trevor Haywood
  • Mike Holderness
  • Alessandro Aurigi
  • Stephen Graham
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • London
Publication year:
  • 1998


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