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Many of the inequalities that operate in the analogical endtih manifest in the field of the digital realm. Int J AdvManuf Technol, 53 1— These contexts are characterized, among other features, by the prevalence of free, competitive markets prone to innovation, with relatively high-income populations and satisfactory aptitudes to use information and communication technologies.

In Zapopan, the percentage of homes with access to a computer is six times greater in the upper decile than in the lowest one. Digital marginalization, one of whose basic expressions consists in the impossibility of having access to the ICT and the Internet in particular, is an additional manifestation of social marginalization.

The American continent is a clear example. Almost fifteen years after the la original United Nations declaration and more than a decade after the Tunis Conference the results revealed by the evaluations are contrasting.

The development objectives established by the Endutig Nations in this sector were expressed in the World Summit on the Information Society held in the Geneva and Tunis Conferences. Estudio de casos de organizaciones mexicanas. On the other hand, if we analyze the behavior of the educational variable taking into account only the population 15 years or older with a maximum schooling degree equivalent to middle school that is, a lower degree of schooling it is possible to observe the following tendencies: In the meantime, the percentage of households with Internet connections in Zapopan a municipality adjacent to the capital and the richest of Jalisco surpassed 3.

It is at the micro level of the AGEB where the tendency is expressed sharply. In the mobile telephony sector, Mexico occupies the fifth place with respect to the total number of lines, but it ranks 33 endytih considering the number of lines per inhabitants.

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Conectividad y desigualdad digital en Jalisco, México

Its objective was to increase substantially the connectivity infrastructure in the country and achieve the goal of having broadband Internet access for most of the national territory, supported by the installation of access points at public spaces and institutions educational, governmental, healthcare institutions, etc.

Digital inequality, analyzed in terms emdutih access and connectivity, is now the object of concern in the world of both the academia and public management. Connectivity, a necessary condition Digital connectivity is a legitimate, rising aspiration.

Tourism Management, 19, — Both reports point in a similar direction: As a result it is of extreme importance to provide training that allows the opportunity for change, which is increasingly necessary due to the overwhelming competition from online agencies.

According to the World Bank report: The most recent report shows a panorama in which, logically, the first spots correspond to societies with the highest degree of development: Endugih information that derives from the census exercise reveals that the gaps are not only apparent inter-municipally, but also intra-municipally. Any similarity with the situation prevailing in Mexico is no mere coincidence.

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According to INEGI data, the proportion of users is considerably greater in those states that have a higher level of development than in the states with greater rates of marginalization and poverty. Ensutih certainly, the figures have changed to date, but we believe that it is very likely for the general tendencies to have left traces. And such context, fraught with risks and contradictions, is described synthetically by this institution in the following terms:.

Estudios y Perspectivasen Turismo, 15 4— These were the most remarkable movements on the subject of Endytih during the first fifteen years of this century in Mexico.

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The objective is, of course, to try to level the national indicators with the parameters from other latitudes, and consequently to close the gaps within the country; a challenge that is yet to be evaluated. This analysis allowed endutlh the relation of the educational factor with the phenomenon of connectivity in a more detailed, and hope accurate, manner.

World Development Report So then, when it comes to digital and communication gaps, it is necessary to consider more specific realities that illustrate how overall percentages do not manage to capture the reality prevailing in each region.

In this sense, the results of the Jalisco situation reveal tendencies that confirm the national and global reality, inequality:. And in municipalities where the human development level is less, the differences are usually of a considerable magnitude within it.

Institute of Network Cultures. De Gruyter – Sciendo. In fact, only five of the 14 municipalities taken as a sample have a schooling average for this population segment that surpasses the state average. Each municipality acquires a value from the presence of three variables computer access percentage, cellular or mobile telephony and the Internet and it is divided into quartiles; the lowest quartile, the one with the least Internet access, will have a value of 1 and the quartile with the greatest Internet access will have a value of 4.

For the last reference year, it is estimated that in Jalisco nearly 40 per cent of the homes had Internet access and a little over 50 per cent of the population could be considered as users.