Digital inequalities and young adults in Greater Jakarta: a socio-demographic perspective
Using data from a representative survey (N=3,006) and in-depth interviews (N=80), this paper examines the socio-demographic nature of the digital divide among young adults in Greater Jakarta. Results from the 2010 Greater Jakarta Transition to Adulthood Survey indicate that 85 per cent of respondents owned a mobile phone. Access to Internet and its purpose of use were strongly differentiated across socio-demographic lines including gender and education. Although 60 per cent of respondents had...[Show more]
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|Source:||International Journal of Indonesian Studies 1 (2013): 79-109|
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