Posted to the Ethnos Project by Mark Oppenneer on June 5th, 2016
The use of social media and digital technologies has grown rapidly in Australia and around the world, including among Indigenous young people who face social disadvantage. Given the potential to use social media for communication, providing information and as part of creating and responding to social change, this paper explores published literature to understand how Indigenous Australian youth use digital technologies and social media, and its positive and negative impacts.
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|Emma Rice, Emma Haynes, Paul Royce, Sandra Thompson|
|2016 • Australia • digital tools • impact of | ICTs • indigenous communities • social change • social media • youth|
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