Indigenous Affairs 2/03 - Indigenous Peoples and Information Technology

Number of pages: 48
ISSN number: 1024-3283
Region publication is about: International, Internacional
Release year: 2003
Release month/day: jun-03
This issue of Indigenous Affairs focuses on the use of information technology by indigenous peoples. Contents: Editorial by Marianne Wiben Jensen International Paths of Indigenous Cyber-Activism by Kyra Landzelius Americas Perspectives on the Indigenous Tradition / New Technology Interface by greg Young-Ing The Zapatista Rebellion and the Use of Technology: Indian Women Online? by Marisa Belausteguigoitia Weaving Tapestries of Solidarity with Virtual Thread. Information and Communication Technologies at the Service of Grassroots Indigenous Women in Bolivia by Nidia Bustillos Rodríguez Caribbean Aboriginals Online: Digitized Culture, Networked Representation by Maximilian C. Forte Navajo Cyber-Sovereignty by Frances Vitali and Jean Whitehorse Arctic Samenet - The Sámi Information and Communication Network by Michael Kuhmunen
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