It traces these processes across urban and rural spaces of work, consumption, e-governance, and highlights the new kinds of social identities they are fostering in India and opens up an arena for dialogue between activists, technologists, policy makers, and academia on using ICTS for development.
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The editors point to the importance of understanding the trajectory of growth in other low-income economies and the role of public policies in this direction. As a volume dealing with information and communication technologies, with a focus on economy, work an regulation, the contents of this volume are fairly predictable-the role of the state, infrastructure provisioning, global competitiveness, diffusion of technologies, and the impact on labour markets and labour processes….
ICTs and Indian Social Change: Diffusion, Poverty, Governance by Ashwani Saith
Skip to main content. Download flyer Recommend to Library. Description Contents Reviews Preview ICTs and Indian Social Change: Diffusion, Poverty, Governance is the first book of its kind that puts together the optimistic voices of techno-idealists, critical social science perspectives on technology and a range of empirical material on the impact of Information and Communication Technologies ICTs on the lives of people.
The book traces these processes across urban and rural spaces of work, consumption, e-governance, and highlights the new kinds of social identities they are fostering in India. It opens up an arena for dialogue between activists, technologists, policy makers and academia on using ICTs for development.
Delivering Socio-Economic Development Through ICT
This volume views the diffusion of ICTs in India primarily in the socio cultural realm. In responding to the pioneering voices of innovators in ICTs, it provides empirical and theoretical assessments and critiques of some of the important though often latent, premises that underlie these powerful initiatives. Press Trust of India. Free Press Journal. From: Antiquariaat de Roo Zwijndrecht, Netherlands.
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