Digital Divide and COVID-19

IAMCR 2021 Online Conference is now over. The full papers presented in this online conference paper panel are no longer accessible. You can see the original abstracts of the papers submitted for presentation in the abstract books.

Digital Divide and COVID-19
Chair:
S.R.
Sanjeev
Mar Ivanios College
1071
Information Divide, Elusive Identities and Estranged ‘Sociality’: Life in Pandemic Constructed Digital Fortresses
S.R.
Sanjeev
Mar Ivanios College
699
Fostering digital literacy in the elderly as a means to survive and social contact in the reality of the post-pandemic era
Fan
Zhang
Communication University of China
Anyi
Xin
Communication University of China
Xiran
Wang
Communication University of China
Runjue
Wang
Communication University of China
1600
Analysis on “Digital Divide” Phenomenon of Web-Based Teaching Activities Amid COVID-19 Epidemic
sang
sina
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
DeGe
JILE
Renmin University of CHina
1625
Assessing online learning experiences of the differently abled students in India during Covid-19 pandemic
Bhavna
Upadhyaya
Jagran
Jayanta
Panda
Jagran
2197
Girls dropping out of Online education in India during Covid-19 pandemic - A site of overlapping challenges
Niranjana
Prem
Thirdview
912
“Communication Obstacles in Online Classes during Covid-19 Pandemic: An Assessment of Undergraduate Students in Bangladesh”
Tabassum
Nuha
Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP); Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Md. Ashraful
Goni
Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP); Dhaka, Bangladesh.