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Contents Preface Chapter 1. Identifying the Issues: Ethics and the Internet in Africa The Internet in Africa: Divergent viewpoints Internet problems and ethical issues An axiological approach to Internet integration Research hypotheses Methodology Toward the development of an ethical model of Internet integration Chapter 2. Burkina Faso Chapter 3. Côte d'Ivoire Chapter 4. The Gambia Chapter 5. Ghana Chapter 6. Senegal Chapter 7. Results, Recommendations, and Conclusion Results: The development of an ethical model of Internet integration Recommendations Conclusion: The Internet in Africa - paradoxes and challenges Epilogue Appendix 1: Statistics Appendix 2: Acronyms and Abbreviations References Further Reading
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Information society Africa, West, Internet Moral and ethical aspects Africa, West, Internet Africa, West