Emerging Technologies

Technology is alienating people – and it’s not just those who are older

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Technology is advancing but some people are being left behind. Image: Unsplash/Sasha Freemind

Carolyn Wilson-Nash
Lecturer, Marketing and Retail, Stirling Management School, University of Stirling
Julie Tinson
Professor of Marketing, University of Stirling
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Most of the people who have never used the internet are over 55. Image: Unsplash/Vlad Sargu

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