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The Strategy for Nonprofit Organization to Reduce Digital Divide of Aborigine:Perspective of Partnership
Jason Sheng-Fen Cheng
Digital Divide;Partnership;Nonprofit Organization
|Issue Date: ||2011-05-26 11:06:54 (UTC+8)|
Under the diversified globalization tendency, the development of information technology and internet is highly valued, because their popularity has promoted the efficiency of global communication, and thus becomes an important pusher of globalization. Digital Governance enhances organizational performance. However, the issue of inequitable distribution of resources caused by unequal power, especially on the aspect of digital divide, has been emphasized, and this situation happens severely in aboriginal tribes. Digital divide problem of minority groups has drawn the attention and intervention of domestic and foreign nonprofit organizations. The most explanatory document of nonprofit organizations intervening digital divide research now is partnership, but there is still no sufficient empirical study in Taiwan. Therefore, the research purpose is to analyze nonprofit organizations’ strategy for reducing aboriginal digital divide through partnership. For research method, beside secondary data inducing, in-depth interview is also used and research subject is the aboriginal tribe in Jianshih Township, Hsinchu County. This tribe conforms to this research because it has been assisted by Tien Cultural Foundation on the digital divide problem for a long time. This research has been analyzed by empirical data, and hopefully can provide some strategies for political and practical references.
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