From Use to Overuse: Digital Inequality in the Age of Communication Abundance

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  1. Marco Gui

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Description: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0894439319851163

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Public discourse about overuse as an undesired side effect of digital communication is growing. This article conceptually develops and empirically analyzes users’ perceived digital overuse (PDO) as a widespread social phenomenon sensitive to existing inequalities. In an age of digital communication abundance and closing Internet access divides, overuse has not been systematically investigated nor ...

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