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Youth have a love-hate relationship with tech in the digital age

Interventions to distribute more technology can compound rather than remove existing inequalities. Image: REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Kate C Tilleczek
Professor and Canada Research Chair, York University, Canada
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Youth in the Digital Age: Paradox, Promise, Predicament edited by Kate C. Tilleczek and Valerie M. Campbell.
Youth in the Digital Age: Paradox, Promise, Predicament edited by Kate C. Tilleczek and Valerie M. Campbell.
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