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The Jewish Ethiopian community in Israel suffers from severe economic, social, and cultural inequality. As a result, the community enjoys far lower connectivity levels than does the majority of the population. This chapter explores the potential role information and communications technologies (ICTs) may serve in bettering the lives of the Ethiopian immigrants as seen through their eyes. We focus on Ethiopian immigrant activists’ perceptions of the role technology can potentially play in their lives to demonstrate why there is a need to create an inclusive communications policy that will ensure access to marginalized groups and grant them a set of capabilities that will help them utilize the potentials of new media.
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- Ethiopian Immigrants and the Perception of Media
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