International Training and the Digital Divide: Computer and Email Use in the Philippines

International Training and the Digital Divide: Computer and Email Use in the Philippines PERSPECTIVES ON GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY Aims & Scope Perspectives on Global Development and Technology (PGDT) is a peer-reviewed journal for the dis- cussion of current social science research on diverse socio-economic development issues, par- ticularly those substantially a ff ecting and a ff ected by global society and cutting-edge technologies. A founding principal of PGDT is that all people are entitled to scienti fi c and technological knowledge to promote human development. This journal is an international forum where grand themes and targeted hypotheses associated with this laudable endeavor are thoroughly examined and clearly communicated. Editor Rubin Patterson (University of Toledo, USA) Copy Editor Forrestine Barnes (Howard University, USA) Editorial Assistants Nalanda Roy (University of Toledo, USA) Advisory Editorial Board Members Catherine Nyaki Adeya (Consultant, Kenya), Abdul Alkalimat (University of Toledo, USA), Mehdi Parvizi Amineh (University of Amsterdam & Clingendael, The Netherlands), Suma Athreye (Brunel University, England), Chris Benner (Pennsylvania State University, USA), Antonio Jose J. Botelho (Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), James Bozeman (Lewis College of Business, USA), Christopher J. Chetsanga (Scientific and Industrial Research & Development Centre, Zimbabwe), Ricardo Dello Buono (Dominican University, USA/Panama), S.N. Eisenstadt (Hebrew University, Israel), Walda K. Fishman http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Perspectives on Global Development and Technology Brill

International Training and the Digital Divide: Computer and Email Use in the Philippines

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Brill
Copyright
© 2006 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
ISSN
1569-1500
eISSN
1569-1497
D.O.I.
10.1163/156915006779206051
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Abstract

PERSPECTIVES ON GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY Aims & Scope Perspectives on Global Development and Technology (PGDT) is a peer-reviewed journal for the dis- cussion of current social science research on diverse socio-economic development issues, par- ticularly those substantially a ff ecting and a ff ected by global society and cutting-edge technologies. A founding principal of PGDT is that all people are entitled to scienti fi c and technological knowledge to promote human development. This journal is an international forum where grand themes and targeted hypotheses associated with this laudable endeavor are thoroughly examined and clearly communicated. Editor Rubin Patterson (University of Toledo, USA) Copy Editor Forrestine Barnes (Howard University, USA) Editorial Assistants Nalanda Roy (University of Toledo, USA) Advisory Editorial Board Members Catherine Nyaki Adeya (Consultant, Kenya), Abdul Alkalimat (University of Toledo, USA), Mehdi Parvizi Amineh (University of Amsterdam & Clingendael, The Netherlands), Suma Athreye (Brunel University, England), Chris Benner (Pennsylvania State University, USA), Antonio Jose J. Botelho (Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), James Bozeman (Lewis College of Business, USA), Christopher J. Chetsanga (Scientific and Industrial Research & Development Centre, Zimbabwe), Ricardo Dello Buono (Dominican University, USA/Panama), S.N. Eisenstadt (Hebrew University, Israel), Walda K. Fishman

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Published: Jan 1, 2006

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