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New & Forthcoming Titles | Palgrave Studies in Digital Inequalities

Palgrave Studies in Digital Inequalities

Palgrave Studies in Digital Inequalities

Series Editors: Ragnedda, Massimo, Robinson, Laura

ISSN: 2731-3336

  • About this series

Power, exclusion, and the widening gaps between those with agency and those without is the foremost question of our time among scholars across humanities and the social sciences. This series speaks to the main drivers of power and exclusion in contemporary society:  digital technological advances that are rapidly transforming society.  Titles in this series will investigate and propose different ways to think, analyse and understand inequalities in the digital age.  Themes covered include, but are not limited to, how digital inequalities persist vis-à-vis economic class, gender, sexuality, race and ethnicity, aging, disability, healthcare, education, rural residency, networks, and global geographies, as well as the study of emergent forms of inequality related to AI, digital labor, the platform economy and networked individualism, cybersafety, cybercrime, gaming, and emotional well-being.

Our goal is to create a series at the centre of these debates, pushing the field forward. Thematically, the series will examine both problems and solutions. On the one hand, we welcome monographs that map out how diverse digital technologies are exacerbating inequalities or creating new ones. On the other hand, we also welcome monographs that chart out how these technologies can be used to tackle social exclusions and marginalization.