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Information Poverty and the Latino Community: Implications for Social Work Practice and Social Work Education
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JECDSW Volume 10, Number 4, ISSN 1531-3204

Abstract

Education level, computer ownership, and technology and information access determine one's status in the new information economy. Interventions such as community computer networks, telecommuting centers, grassroots electronic commerce, and volunteer technology corps can help Latinos and other marginalized groups overcome continued disadvantage. Social work curricula should teach students to advocate for information technology for their clients. (Contains 56 references.) (TD)

Citation

McNutt, J.G., Queiro-Tajalli, I., Boland, K.M. & Campbell, C. (2001). Information Poverty and the Latino Community: Implications for Social Work Practice and Social Work Education. Journal of Ethnic & Cultural Diversity in Social Work, 10(4), 1-21. Retrieved October 18, 2019 from .

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