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  1. Chapter III. After-school‏‎ (2 links)
  2. Chapter IV. Social Media Networked Spaces‏‎ (2 links)
  3. Appendix‏‎ (2 links)
  4. Chapter II. Family/Home‏‎ (2 links)
  5. Digital Divide: Navigating the Digital Edge‏‎ (1 link)
  6. Ulyses‏‎ (1 link)
  7. Marcus‏‎ (1 link)
  8. Sergio‏‎ (1 link)
  9. Digital divides revisited: what is new about divides and their research?‏‎ (1 link)
  10. Template:Reflist‏‎ (1 link)
  11. A Primer on Practices‏‎ (1 link)
  12. Media as Practice‏‎ (1 link)
  13. Chapter IV‏‎ (1 link)
  14. Social Practices: A Wittgensteinian Approach to Human Activity and the Social‏‎ (1 link)
  15. Digital edge‏‎ (1 link)
  16. Active PArticipation or just more Information?‏‎ (1 link)
  17. Miguel‏‎ (1 link)
  18. Social innovation hub‏‎ (1 link)
  19. From Differentiated Use to Differentiating Practices: Negotiating Legitimate Participation and the Production of Privileged Identities.‏‎ (1 link)
  20. Active participation or just more information? Young people's take up of opportunities to act and interact on the Internet‏‎ (1 link)
  21. Network Culture‏‎ (1 link)
  22. Chapter V‏‎ (1 link)
  23. Social media definitions‏‎ (1 link)
  24. Gabriela‏‎ (1 link)
  25. Alberto‏‎ (1 link)
  26. Network Society‏‎ (1 link)
  27. Chapter V. Follow-ups‏‎ (1 link)
  28. Spreadable Media‏‎ (1 link)
  29. Game design workshops‏‎ (1 link)
  30. Ana‏‎ (1 link)
  31. Participation Gap‏‎ (1 link)
  32. Chapter V. Moving Forward‏‎ (1 link)
  33. The Evolution of the Digital Divide: The Digital Divide turns to Inequality of Skills and Usage‏‎ (1 link)
  34. Genres of Participation‏‎ (1 link)
  35. Antonio‏‎ (1 link)
  36. Participation and civic engagement‏‎ (1 link)
  37. Children and the Internet‏‎ (1 link)
  38. The Participation Divide: Content Creation and Sharing in the Digital Age.‏‎ (1 link)
  39. Hernandez, R. (2012) The Latino Paradigm: The Struggles Within and the Need for National Identity. Mapping Latina/o Studies: An Interdisciplinary Reader. New York: Peter Lang Press, 2012.‏‎ (1 link)
  40. Practicing at Home: Computers, Pianos, and Cultural Capital‏‎ (1 link)
  41. Creative paths: remixing innovation‏‎ (1 link)
  42. The site‏‎ (1 link)
  43. Inara‏‎ (1 link)
  44. Carpentier, N. (2011) Media and Participation‏‎ (1 link)
  45. SNSs‏‎ (1 link)
  46. DGZiN: action research intervention at a FHS‏‎ (1 link)
  47. Theorising Media as Practice‏‎ (1 link)
  48. Inara del Carmen Aguirre‏‎ (1 link)
  49. Second-Level Digital Divide: Differences in People's Online Skills‏‎ (1 link)
  50. Diego‏‎ (1 link)

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