Edited By Jon F. Nussbaum
The chapters in this collection, chosen from among the invited plenary speakers, top research papers, and ideas discussed in San Juan, explore the multiple ways communication affects, reflects, and directs our life transition. Capturing the richness and diversity of scholarship presented at the conference, chapters explore communication technologies that define a generation; communication and successful aging; stereotyping and family communication; sexual communication and physiological measurement; life span communication and the digital divide; and home-based care contexts across the world, among others.
Chapter Ten: The Digital Divide: Worldwide Challenges for Communication Across the Life Span in the Digital Age
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The Digital Divide
Worldwide Challenges for Communication Across the Life Span in the Digital Age1
SUSAN B. KRETCHMER, TERESA CORREA, ELLIE RENNIE, JULIAN THOMAS, LAURA ROBINSON, SUSANA SALGADO, AMIT SCHEJTER, ORIT BEN-HARUSH, NOAM TIROSH, SHULA MOLA, JONATHAN MENDELS, MALKA SHAHAM, GHALIA ABU-KAF, QINGHUA YANG, AND SIMEON J. YATES
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