Issue 4/2019, 111. Volume Page 379–390
Digital Inequality as a Challenge for Media Education
Digital media is considered relevant for social participation in formal, non-formal and informal educational contexts. This paper focuses on different dimensions of the (re-)production of digital inequality in and between family, child and youth welfare as well as school and proposes an analytical-reflexive perspective of media education that looks at both subject and structures.
digital inequality, digital media, media education