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Digital technologies and generational identity : ICT usage across the life course / Ed. by Sakari Taipale, Terhi-Anna Wilska and Chris Gilleard.

By: Taipale, Sakari, Ed.
Contributor(s): Taipale, Sakari, Ed | Wilska, Terhi-Anna, Ed | Gilleard, C. J., Ed.
Series: Routledge key themes in health and society.Publisher: London: Routledge, 2018Description: xiii, 230 p.ISBN: 9781138225978.Subject(s): Information technology | Age groupsDDC classification: 303.483 3 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Introduction / Sakari Taipale, Terhi-Anna Wilska and Chris Gilleard -- Historical, theoretical, and methodological perspectives -- The place of age in the digital revolution / Chris Gilleard -- Generational analysis as a methodological approach to study mediatised social change / Göran Bolin -- Generational analysis of people's experience of ICTS / Leslie Haddon -- Family generations and ICT -- Mobile life of middle aged employees : fragmented time and softer schedules / Mia Tammelin and Timo Anttila -- Intergenerational solidarity and ICT usage : empirical insights from Finnish and Slovenian families / Sakari Taipale, Andrae Petrovic, and Vesna Dolnicar -- Gendering the mobile phone : a life course approach / Carla Ganito -- How young people experience elderly people's use of digital technologies in everyday life / Leopoldina Fortunati -- ICTS and client trust in the care of old people in Finland / Helena Hirvonen -- Mobile phone use and social generations in rural india / Sirpa Tenhunen -- Consumption, lifestyles and markets -- Necessities to all? : the role of ICTS in the everyday life of the middle-aged and elderly between 1999 and 2014 / Terhi-Anna Wilska and Sanna Kuoppamäki -- A risk to privacy or a need for security? : digital domestic technologies in the lives of young adults and late middle-agers / Sanna-Mari Kuoppamäki, Outi Uusitalo, and Tiina Kemppainen -- Personality traits and computer use in midlife : leisure activities and work characteristics as mediators / Tiia Kekäläinen and Katja Kokko -- Electronic emotions, age and the life course / Jane Vincent -- Conclusions / Chris Gilleard, Terhi-Anna Wilska, and Sakari Taipale.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction / Sakari Taipale, Terhi-Anna Wilska and Chris Gilleard -- Historical, theoretical, and methodological perspectives -- The place of age in the digital revolution / Chris Gilleard -- Generational analysis as a methodological approach to study mediatised social change / Göran Bolin -- Generational analysis of people's experience of ICTS / Leslie Haddon -- Family generations and ICT -- Mobile life of middle aged employees : fragmented time and softer schedules / Mia Tammelin and Timo Anttila -- Intergenerational solidarity and ICT usage : empirical insights from Finnish and Slovenian families / Sakari Taipale, Andrae Petrovic, and Vesna Dolnicar -- Gendering the mobile phone : a life course approach / Carla Ganito -- How young people experience elderly people's use of digital technologies in everyday life / Leopoldina Fortunati -- ICTS and client trust in the care of old people in Finland / Helena Hirvonen -- Mobile phone use and social generations in rural india / Sirpa Tenhunen -- Consumption, lifestyles and markets -- Necessities to all? : the role of ICTS in the everyday life of the middle-aged and elderly between 1999 and 2014 / Terhi-Anna Wilska and Sanna Kuoppamäki -- A risk to privacy or a need for security? : digital domestic technologies in the lives of young adults and late middle-agers / Sanna-Mari Kuoppamäki, Outi Uusitalo, and Tiina Kemppainen -- Personality traits and computer use in midlife : leisure activities and work characteristics as mediators / Tiia Kekäläinen and Katja Kokko -- Electronic emotions, age and the life course / Jane Vincent -- Conclusions / Chris Gilleard, Terhi-Anna Wilska, and Sakari Taipale.

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