Information Technologies & International Development

Information Technologies & International Development is an interdisciplinary open-access journal that focuses on the intersection of information and communication technologies (ICTs) with the "other four billion" – the share of the world population whose countries are not yet widely connected to the Internet nor widely considered in the design of new information technologies.
 

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Information Technologies & International Development (ITID) is proud to be indexed in the following indexing sources:

  • EBSCOhost (EBSCO)
  • Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) Clarivate Analytics (formerly Thomson Reuters)
  • Genamics Journal Seek (GJS)
  • International Development Informatics Association (IDIA)
  • International Network for Post Graduate Students in the Area of ICT4D (IPID)
  • ProQuest in LISA (PROQ)
  • ERIH Plus
  • International Institute of Organized Research (I2OR)
  • EconBib 
 
Posted: 2017-03-01
 
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Vol 13 (2017)

Table of Contents

Research Articles

Overcoming Citizen Mistrust and Enhancing Democratic Practices: Results from the E-participation Platform México Participa ABSTRACT PDF
Maria Elena Meneses, Brandie Nonnecke, Alejandro Martin del Campo, Sanjai Krishnan, Jay Patel, Moonhyok Kim, Camille Crittenden, Ken Goldberg 17 pgs.
Perceptions of Online Political Participation and Freedom of Expression: An Exploratory Study in Cambodia ABSTRACT PDF
Jayson W. Richardson, John B. Nash, Amanda King 16 pgs.
Working with the Grain: How Amenable to Digital Transformation Are the Monitoring and Repair of Rural Water Points in Tanzania? ABSTRACT PDF
Kapongola Nganyanyuka, Javier Martinez, Juma Lungo, Jeroen Verplanke, Yola Georgiadou 19 pgs.
Mobile Identity Construction by Male and Female Students in Pakistan: On, In, and Through the Phone ABSTRACT PDF
Bushra Hassan, Tim Unwin 16 pgs.
Can Digital Discussion Support Tools Provide Cost-Effective Options for Agricultural Extension Services? ABSTRACT PDF
Shahbaz Mushtaq, Kate Reardon-Smith, Neil Cliffe, Jenny Ostini, Helen Farley, Joanne Doyle, Matt Kealley 17 pgs.
Engagement in the Knowledge Economy: Regional Patterns of Content Creation with a Focus on Sub-Saharan Africa ABSTRACT PDF
Sanna Ojanperä, Mark Graham, Ralph Straumann, Stefano De Sabbata, Matthew Zook 19 pgs.
Open Development in Poor Communities: Opportunities, Tensions, and Dilemmas ABSTRACT PDF
Evangelia Berdou 15 pgs.
Inclusive Capitalism and Development: Case Studies of Telecenters Fostering Inclusion Through ICTs in Bangladesh ABSTRACT PDF
Ahmed Tareq Rashid 14 pgs.
Victim, Mother, or Untapped Resource? Discourse Analysis of the Construction of Women in ICT Policies ABSTRACT PDF
Annika Andersson, Mathias Hatakka 15 pgs.

Book Reviews

Technopolitics and ICTD in Africa PDF
Reviewed by Melissa Tully 3 pgs.
Digital Citizen Engagement: Moving Beyond Conventional Evaluation PDF
Reviewed by Shirin Madon 3 pgs.