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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Vol 9, Issue 2 ICTD2012 Special Issue

Editorial Introduction

Reflections at the Nexus of Theory and Practice: Selected Papers from ICTD2012 PDF
Jonathan Donner, Rebecca E. Grinter, Gary Marsden pp. iii-v

Research Articles

See No Evil? Ethics in an Interventionist ICTD PDF
Andy Dearden pp. 1-17
Considering Failure: Eight Years of ITID Research PDF
Leslie Dodson, S. Revi Sterling, John K. Bennett pp. 19-34
Cell Phone Analytics: Scaling Human Behavior Studies into the Millions PDF
Vanessa Frias-Martinez, Jesus Virseda pp. 35-50
Anthropology, Development, and ICTs: Slums, Youth, and the Mobile Internet in Urban India PDF
Nimmi Rangaswamy, Edward Cutrell pp. 51-63
Emergent Practices Around CGNet Swara: A Voice Forum for Citizen Journalism in Rural India PDF
Preeti Mudliar, Jonathan Donner, William Thies pp. 65-79
Power to the Peers: Authority of Source Effects for a Voice-Based Agricultural Information Service in Rural India PDF
Neil Patel, Krishna Savani, Paresh Dave, Kapil Shah, Scott R. Klemmer, Tapan S. Parikh pp. 81-93

Book Review

Communicating Social Change: Structure, Culture, and Agency PDF
Savita Bailur pp. 95-97

Contributors

Contributors PDF
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