Digital youth inclusion and the big data divide: Examining the Scottish perspective

Alicja Pawluczuk (2020). Digital youth inclusion and the big data divide: Examining the Scottish perspective. Internet Policy Review. Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society.

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    Author Alicja Pawluczuk
    Title Digital youth inclusion and the big data divide: Examining the Scottish perspective
    Series Title Internet Policy Review
    Volume/Issue No. Vol. 9, Issue 2
    Publication Date 2020-05-28
    Place of Publication Berlin
    Publisher Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society
    Pages 18
    Language eng
    Abstract This article examines some of the emerging challenges associated with digital youth inclusion and the asymmetric power dynamics between those who collect data and those who are the targets of the data collection process - commonly referred to as the "big data divide". The analysis reveals that many existing youth digital inclusion programmes are corporate-led and primarily focus on functional digital literacy (e.g., how to access information) and not critical digital literacy (e.g., how to critically analyse the information).
    Keyword Digital Inclusion
    Digital Divide
    Youth
    Copyright Holder The Author
    Copyright Year 2020
    Copyright type Creative commons
    ISSN 21976775
    DOI 10.14763/2020.2.1480
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