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Federal broadband policy has largely ignored urban areas, where most Americans live. Using an original and unprecedented multi-level analysis of access and use in low-income neighborhoods, Digital Cities tells the story of information technology use and inequality in American cities and metropolitan areas. With original data and detailed analysis, this book helps us understand the oft-overlooked urban "digital divide" and what can be done to fixit.

Produktbeschreibung
Federal broadband policy has largely ignored urban areas, where most Americans live. Using an original and unprecedented multi-level analysis of access and use in low-income neighborhoods, Digital Cities tells the story of information technology use and inequality in American cities and metropolitan areas. With original data and detailed analysis, this book helps us understand the oft-overlooked urban "digital divide" and what can be done to fixit.
Autorenporträt
Karen Mossberger is Professor of Public Administration at the University of Illinois-Chicago. Caroline Tolbert is Professor of Political Science at the University of Iowa William Franko is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Auburn University.