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Being there

Anderberg, Peter LU and Jönsson, Bodil LU (2005) In Disability & Society 20(7). p.719-733
Abstract
This paper examines the use of the Internet as experienced by people with significant mobility/physicalimpairments who are accustomed to using computers. The study is based on interviews andfocuses on computer usage in everyday action and interaction. In many cases, the possibilities thatthe computer and Internet offer have meant not only important improvements in quality of life, butfirst-time occurrences of great personal significance. The analysis is phenomenographic, resultingin main categories and subcategories, illustrated primarily through direct quotations. The threemain categories are independence, communication, and learning.
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Rörelsehinder, Etik - juridik - ekonomi - tillgänglighet, universitet, Lärande, skola och internet, SoTL, certec
categories
Higher Education
in
Disability & Society
volume
20
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7
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719 - 733
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Routledge
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  • WOS:000233856500003
  • Scopus:29244455850
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0968-7599
DOI
10.1080/09687590500335733
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English
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8f4421fb-ca9c-4092-894c-7bf688c9353d (old id 754935)
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http://www.certec.lth.se/doc/face/3_being_there.pdf
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  series       = {Disability & Society},
  title        = {Being there},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09687590500335733},
  volume       = {20},
  year         = {2005},
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