Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Reviewers.
List of Contributors.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Section 1: The Digital Divide as a Social Problem.
2: Division 1: Overview of the Digital Divide.
3: Beyond Digital Divide: Toward an Agenda for Change.
4: The Digital Divide, Framing and Mapping the Phenomenon.
5: Policy as a Bridge across the Global Digital Divide.
6: Division 2: Regional and Country Cases.
7: The Evolution of the Digital Divide across Developing Countries: Theoretical Issues and Empirical Investigation.
8: Digital Divide In Turkey: A General Assessment.
9: Bridging the Digital Divide in Australia: The Potential Implications for the Mental Health of Young People Experiencing Marginalisation.
10: The Digital Divide in the U.S. in the 21st Century.
11: Section 2: Digital Divides and Inequalities.
12: Division 1: Digital Divides and Disabilities.
13: Beyond the Digital Divide: Closing the Generation and Disability Gaps?.
14: Teleworking and the “Disability Divide”.
15: The Digital Divide and the Emerging Virtual Therapeutic System.
16: Division 2: Digital Divides, Education, Gender, and Ethnicity.
17: Generation, Education, Gender, and Ethnicity in American Digital Divides.
18: The Digital Divides in the U.S.: Access, Broadband, and Nature of Internet Use.
19: Does the Digital Divide Extend to Minority-and Women Owned Small Businesses?.
20: The Internet, Black Identity, and the Evolving Discourse of the Digital Divide.
21: Division 3: Digital Divides and Digital Literacy.
22: Inequalities of Digital Skills and How to Overcome Them.
23: Late on the Curve: Causes and Consequences of Differences in Digital Skills.
24: The Digital Divide among the Incarcerated Women in the United States: A Case Study from New Jersey.
25: Information Literacy and the Digital Divide: Challenging e-Exclusion in the Global South.
26: Division 4: Digital Divides and Broadband Access.
27: Connection Disparities: The Importance of Broadband Connections in Understanding Today's Digital Divide.
28: Broadband in America: A Policy of Neglect is Not Benign.