|Title:||Reimagining Digital Citizenship via Disability|
|Abstract:||In recent times, disability has gained prominence as an important arena of social justice, politics, and citizenship. This applies also to digital technologies and cultures, where “acts of citizenship” are increasingly generated. Slowly, disability has become recognized as integral and generative part of social life and relations, especially in digital societies. In this chapter I argue that there are various ways in which disability could be explicitly recognized as core to digital citizenship. However, to do this, we need to confront significant cultural baggage.|
|Description:||Chapter published in Negotiating Digital Citizenship: Control, Contest, and Culture (Rowman & Littlefield, 2016), edited by Anthony McCosker, Sonja Vivienne, and Amelia Johns. Information at: http://www.rowmaninternational.com/books/negotiating-digital-citizenship|
|Type of Work:||Book chapter|
|Type of Publication:||Pre-print|
|Appears in Collections:||Research Papers and Publications. Arts Humanities and Social Sciences|
|2016GogginDisabilityDigitalCitizenship.pdf||233.04 kB||Adobe PDF|
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