Information Technology and Indigenous People by Laurel Evelyn Dyson

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Information Technology and Indigenous People by  Laurel Evelyn Dyson

Information Technology and Indigenous People by Laurel Evelyn Dyson (Editor), Max Hendriks (Editor), Stephen Grant (Editor)
Publisher: IGI Global (August 7, 2006) | ISBN-10: 1599042983 | PDF | 5,2 Mb | 346 pages

Indigenous people around the world are becoming more interested in information technology because they see it as a way to preserve their traditional cultures for future generations as well as a way to provide their communities with economic and social renewal. However, the cost of the new technologies, geographic isolation, and a lack of computer literacy have made it difficult for indigenous people to adopt IT. Information Technology and Indigenous People provides theoretical and empirical information related to the planning and execution of IT projects aimed at serving indigenous people. It explores many cultural concerns with IT implementation, including language issues and questions of cultural appropriateness, and brings together cutting-edge research from both indigenous and non-indigenous scholars.




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