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Day P. 1997. The community benefits of electronic networking. Brighton University.

Ferlander S, & Timms D. Computer-Supported Community Networks and Social

Ferlander S, & Timms D. 1999. Social Cohesion and Online Community. SCHEMA, University of Stirling.

Gilliat J, MacLean D, & Brogden J. 2000. Audit of ICT initiatives in Social Inclusion Partnerships and Working for Communities Pathfinders in Scotland. The Scottish Executive Central Research Unit. Edinburgh: The Stationery Office.

HACAS Chapman Hendy. A Picture Tells a Thousand Words: Community Empowerment for Regeneration. Virtual Reality and Computer Animation.

Kawamura H. 2002. Accessible, Affordable and Adaptive Information and
Communication Technology for All; a measure to combat against social exclusion and human rights abuse.
New York.

Kenyon S. 2002. FIT Feasibility Study: Virtual Mobility - Implications for Social Exclusion and Travel. Report from Online Consultation.

Kimball L & Rheingold H. 2000. How Online Social Networks Benefit Organizations. Rheingold Associates.

Related Sites:

NIACE - Overcoming Social Exclusion through Online Learning

How new technology can help the socially excluded in the Knowledge Society by David Wilcox.

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