The Implications of Networked Societies

Buskens, Ineke. “The Implications of Networked Societies.” ICTs provide vast potential for people to connect and make strides towards beneficial and progressive development. However, the current global context is governed by an Androcratic system with embedded patriarchal practices and values that instil injustice. It is important that in dialoguing networked societies, we consider and question these systems and their influence on ICTs if we are to gain a deeper knowledge on the effects of networked societies.

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