Digital Inequalities in the Global South

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Digital Inequalities in the Global South
Chair:
Kulveen
Trehan
University School of Mass Communication, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University
543
The digital divide in the Global South: Are we posing the right questions?
Cathleen
LeGrand
University of Leeds
1135
Exploring Digital Inequalities in Political and Civic Engagement: A Study on the Influence of Socio-demographic Factors among Youth of West Bengal, India
K. S. Arul
Selvan
Indira Gandhi National Open University, School of Journalism and New Media Studies
Madhumita
Das
Indira Gandhi National Open University, School of Journalism and New Media Studies
420
Digital divides: the case of a telephone information hotline in Bougainville
Amanda
Watson
Australian National University
Jeremy
Miller
Autonomous Bougainville Government’s Directorate of Media and Communication
Adriana
Schmidt
Autonomous Bougainville Government’s Directorate of Media and Communication
2317
Restricting Access: The curious case of ‘step-up’ apps and platforms in India
Aditya
Deshbandhu
Indi
Shatakshi
Huddar
IPM
Kanchana
Manilal
IPM
1730
Feminist Activism, Digital Exclusion and Power Dynamics of Internet: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Twitter Campaigns #VisibleWikiWomen and #SheTranformsTech
Sneh
Gupta
University School of Mass Communication, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University
Kulveen
Trehan
University School of Mass Communication, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University