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Title:Indigenous Digital Inclusion: Interconnections and Comparisons
Author(s):Campbell-Meier, Jennifer; Sylvester, Allan; Goulding, Anne
Subject(s):Digital inclusion
Indigenous peoples
Literature review
Indigenous inclusion
Abstract:This paper explores published research on Indigenous digital inclusion, starting from the premise that Indigenous peoples adopt and use digital technologies in ways that fit their specific social contexts. Analysis of search results from Scopus and Web of Science aimed to identify common themes and approaches, and to explore differences and interconnections between research from disparate academic disciplines. The findings indicate that research from Australasia features prominently and that the Social and Computer Sciences produce the bulk of the work in this area. Conclusions comment on the importance of a strengths-based, as opposed to a deficit, approach to research and instruction in Indigenous digital inclusion.
Issue Date:2020-10-13
Series/Report:Critical Librarianship
Information Rights
Information System Design
Specific Populations
Social Computing
Genre:Conference Paper / Presentation
Date Available in IDEALS:2020-10-09

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