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The journal Interações is pleased to announce the publication of a Special Issue on (In)Equalities and Social (In)Visibilities in the Digital Age.
The articles in the volume present research results and/or theoretical reflection on social visibilities and invisibilities created by dynamics of media and digital inclusion and exclusion, relations between the digital and inequalities in different geographical, social and professional contexts, digital literacy and vulnerable social groups, conditioning created by technology to the individual in social context, among others. The Special Issue brings together seven papers, an essay and a preface.
An Era of AI-personation & Self(ie) Surveillance
(In)Equalities and Social (In)Visibilities in the Digital Age
Invisibility, Inequality and the Dialectics of the Real in the Digital Age
Digital Inequality in Theory and Practice: Old and New Divides in the Broadband Era
The Three Levels of the Digital Divide: Barriers in Access, Use and Utility of Internet among Young People in Spain
Daniel Calderón Gómez
Media Shy: The Perils of Bashfulness in the Digital Age, an Era of Speed, Satisfaction, and Spectacle
Utilization of Digital Literacy in Retirement Planning Among Ghanaian Formal and Informal Sector Workers
Delali A. Dovie
Sustainability of the Black Press as Social Justice: A Digital Technology Gap Study
Indhira Suero Acosta, Bernardo H. Motta
Click to Feed. Mobile Phone Applications’ Role in Improving Food Access in Romania