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A zero-level-digital divide

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Regulation and prioritization as media-educational challenges. Presented at the ECER conference 2015.

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A zero-level-digital divide

  1. 1. zero-level-digital divide regulation and prioritization as media-educational challenges
 
 Dan Verständig, M.A. Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, Germany Prof. Stefan Iske Goethe-University Frankfurt/Main, Germany ECER 2015, Budapest 8th September 2015
  2. 2. First Level •  Access, •  Give the hardware, problems will be solved Jeff Hutton first-level digital divide
  3. 3. First Level •  Access, •  Give the hardware, problems will be solved Jeff Hutton first-level digital divide access to the Internet
  4. 4. Nic Taylor second-level digital divide
  5. 5. Nic Taylor second-level digital divide usage; skills and the socioeconomic status
  6. 6. Regulation? Decentralization. Daniel Cortes
  7. 7. Washington State Dept of Transportation
  8. 8. Garret M. Clarke Photography
  9. 9. pascal charest
  10. 10. zero-level-digital divide
  11. 11. first- & second-level zero-level-digital divide
  12. 12. first- & second-level zero-level-digital divide re-framing issues in access to the Internet
  13. 13. first- & second-level zero-level-digital divide strategies of usage are in direct dependency of a socioeconomic status
  14. 14. zero-level-digital divide
  15. 15. summary !  first- (access) and second-level-digital divide (usage) !  zero-level-digital divide (basal & antecedent) !  regulation and prioritization as educational challenges and not only political or economic.
  16. 16. what‘s next? !  research on implicit control structures !  provide insight of code, control and regulation (look under the hood) !  focus on structural approaches not on (only) contentual phenomena
  17. 17. Thank You! Stefan Iske < stefan.iske@em.uni-frankfurt.de > @iskes Dan Verständig < dan.verstaendig@ovgu.de > @danvers
  18. 18. !  Berners-Lee (1998). The World Wide Web and the "Web of Life", URL: http://www.w3.org/People/Berners-Lee/UU.html !  DiMaggio, P.; Hargittai, E.; Celeste, C. & Shafer, S. (2004). From Unequal Access to Differentiated Use. In Neckerman K. (eds.), Social Inequality. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, p. 355-400. !  Galloway, Alexander R. (2004). Protocol. How Control Exists after Decentralization. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. !  Habermas, Jürgen (1962 trans 1989) The Structural Transformation of the Public Sphere: An Inquiry into a category of Bourgeois Society. Cambridge, MA: Polity. !  Lessig, Lawrence (2006). Code version 2.0, New York: Basic Books. !  Marsden, Christopher T. (2010). Net Neutrality: Towards a Co-regulatory Solution: Bloomsbury Academic. !  Van Dijk, Jan (2005). The deepening divide. Inequality in the information society, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Pub. !  Warschauer, Mark (2003). Demystifying the Digital Divide, in: Scientific American August (289), 42–47 !  Wu, Tim (2003). Network neutrality, broadband discrimination, Journal of Telecommunications and High Technology Law, 2, 141–179. !  Zillien, Nicole & Hargittai, Eszter (2009). Digital Distinction: Status-Specific Internet Uses. Social Science. Quarterly 90(2), 274–291. references
  19. 19. !  h"p://crea*vecommons.org/licenses/by-­‐nc/3.0/     !  A"ribu*on-­‐NonCommercial  3.0  Unported   Slide Author URL 5,6 Jeff Hutton https://flic.kr/p/vgih8 7,8 Nic Taylor https://flic.kr/p/kdFE8r 9 Daniel Cortes https://flic.kr/p/Aw747 10 Washington State Dept. of Transportation flickr.com/photos/wsdot/4986563115/ 11 Garret M. Clarke Photography flickr.com/photos/garretmclarke/5465201892/ 12 pascal charest https://flic.kr/p/rR21k4

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