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Online Football Fandom as a Microcosm of the Digital Participation Divide in Zimbabwe
Type of Resource: Book Chapter
Year of Publication: 2019
- Solutions or Strategies
- Internet Access, Affordability And Use
Author(s): Lyton Ncube
The concept ‘digital divide’ has received significant attention in media and communication studies in the Web 2.0 era, making it so difficult to offer any new critical reflection. The term digital divide refers to inequality in access to information and communication technology (ICT) (Norris, 2001). Critical components under the ‘digital divide’ topic include ‘digital participation’ and ‘digital participation divide’ (Morales et al., 2016). Digital participation refers to the use of the Internet to produce cultural goods that are subsequently shared on a global scale (Morales et al., 2016).