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An Analytical Framework to Incorporate ICT as an Independent Variable

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An Analytical Framework to Incorporate ICT as an Independent Variable

Autor(es)

Líneas de investigación

Descripción

ICT, Inclusion, TIC, Brecha digital

Resumen

This chapter presents an analytical framework to guide the assessment of information and communications technologies’ (ICTs) impact on individual-level development (or wellbeing). Based on the content analysis methodology, we argue that the amount of polysemy and lack of common basic guidelines in ICT’s research fields constitute one of the main barriers both to the incorporation of ICT into a broader research problems spectrum (outside the ICT researchers’ communities) and, consequently, to widen ICT’s impact research. After a synthesis of the historical development of the digital divide concept (a framework for the analysis for digital inequalities), we discuss and select some plausible analytical models to assess ICT’s impact on wellbeing. Based on Selwyn’s approach, we advocate the idea that every researcher testing an ICT-related hypothesis should analyse at least three stages of hierarchical digital achievements (access, usage and appropriation) plus one last divide stage: ICT’s outcomes (measured by the effect of previous stages on the dependent wellbeing variable). Finally, we propose some guidelines for the applications of this framework and present an actual case of use, showing how this framework guided the research design of this author’s SIRCA II’s project, which tested the effect of digital skills on education-to-work transition.

Fecha de publicación

2015

Tipo de documento

Original journal article

Citación

Dodel, M. (2015). An Analytical Framework to Incorporate ICT as an Independent Variable. En: Impact of Information Society Research in the Global South. Springer Singapore. pp: 125-144. Singapur.
Autor
DODEL, Matías-
dc_contributor_editor
Chib, Arul, Julian, Roxana May, Barrantes-
Fecha de lazamiento
2017-02-15T18:17:05Z-
Fecha de publicación
2017-02-15T18:17:05Z-
Año de publicación
2015-
Ficha tecnica
Dodel, M. (2015). An Analytical Framework to Incorporate ICT as an Independent Variable. En: Impact of Information Society Research in the Global South. Springer Singapore. pp: 125-144. Singapur.
URL
http://docentes.aprende.edu.mx/desarrollo-profesional-tic/itemDigital/41/index.html
Descripción corta
ICT, Inclusion, TIC, Brecha digital
Descripción
This chapter presents an analytical framework to guide the assessment of information and communications technologies’ (ICTs) impact on individual-level development (or wellbeing). Based on the content analysis methodology, we argue that the amount of polysemy and lack of common basic guidelines in ICT’s research fields constitute one of the main barriers both to the incorporation of ICT into a broader research problems spectrum (outside the ICT researchers’ communities) and, consequently, to widen ICT’s impact research. After a synthesis of the historical development of the digital divide concept (a framework for the analysis for digital inequalities), we discuss and select some plausible analytical models to assess ICT’s impact on wellbeing. Based on Selwyn’s approach, we advocate the idea that every researcher testing an ICT-related hypothesis should analyse at least three stages of hierarchical digital achievements (access, usage and appropriation) plus one last divide stage: ICT’s outcomes (measured by the effect of previous stages on the dependent wellbeing variable). Finally, we propose some guidelines for the applications of this framework and present an actual case of use, showing how this framework guided the research design of this author’s SIRCA II’s project, which tested the effect of digital skills on education-to-work transition.
Número de paginas
125-144
Lenguaje
en
Editorial
Springer Singapore
dc_relation_ispartof
Impact of Information Society Research in the Global South
Categoría
BRECHA DIGITAL
Título
An Analytical Framework to Incorporate ICT as an Independent Variable
Tipo
Original journal article
Estatus
Submitted
dc_identifier_doi
10.1007/978-981-287-381-1_7-
Palabras clave
Other
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Colección Digital Fundación Ceibal

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