Genderstanding Mobile Telephony: Women, Men and their Use of the Cellular Phones in the Caribbean

Type of Document 3
Title of Journal
URL http://topics.developmentgateway.org/ict/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1098654
Author Hopeton S. Dunn and Leith Dunn
Abstract This background paper was written by Hopeton S. Dunn and Leith Dunn (2007) and published by DIRSI (Dialogo Regional sobre Sociedad de la Informacion). It provides background information as the foundation for a more intensive study to be entitled ‘Genderstanding Mobile Telephony: Women, Men and their Use of the Cellular Phones in the Caribbean’ on usage of mobile telephony by men and women across varied age ranges in the region. The data suggests that telephony has undergone dramatic transitions over the last five years. From an overwhelming presence of wire-line technology, the regional industry is now dominated by wireless subscribers getting service mainly through an interlocking network of cellular sites". PDF document - 39 pages.
Keywords cellular phones gender
Publisher Dialogo Regional sobre Sociedad de la Informacion
Language en
Date 2-05-2007
Subject MDG/s
Country/Countries Regional
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