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Taking the microscope to ICT gender gaps in Sub-Saharan Africa
Type of Resource: Research article
Year of Publication: 2016
- Internet Access, Affordability And Use
Author(s): C Chair, M Deen-Swarray and S Khan
Trends: Geolocation, income and education are the main determinants of mobile ownership and internet use. In some cases, for mobile use gender gaps have even reversed. Demographic variables such as marital
status and even employment do not affect ICT access and use robustly. Challenges: The limits to income and education are seen in rural areas where supply side challenges arise for internet use. Enablers: Importantly it was found that mobile ownership is a key enabler of internet use.