Dissertation + Digital Divide
One of the forms of the digital divide is the gender digital divide: the unequal access of Internet use among men and women.
Typically, women are perceived as less capable of gaining digital skills.
On 22 June, James Sunney Quaicoe from the Tallinn University School of Digital Technologies defended his doctoral thesis that focussed on ICT implementation challenges in schools with emphasis on developing countries and used Ghana as an example.
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The dissertation was supervised by Senior Researcher Kai Pata (Tallinn University). On Monday, Birgit Vallmüür, doctoral student of the School of Governance, Law, and Society of the Tallinn University, defended her doctoral dissertation that focused on green police integrity, more sp...
Yesterday, György András Schöpflin, a doctoral candidate from the School of Governance, Law and Society of Tallinn University, defended his doctoral thesis “Politics, Illusions, Fallacies”, in which h...
In recent decades, the world has seen a series of technological advances that have implied profound social and cultural changes.