Having All the Right Connections: Telecommunications and Rural Viability ePub download
by Peter Korsching,Patricia C. Hipple,Eric A. Abbott
- ISBN: 0275965821
- ISBN13: 978-0275965822
- ePub: 1819 kb | FB2: 1577 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Social Sciences
- Publisher: Praeger; First Edition edition (July 30, 2000)
- Pages: 368
- Rating: 4.6/5
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By Peter F. Korsching, Patricia C. Hipple, Eric A. Abbott. Which rural communities will benefit from development of telecommunications and which will experience the unexpected and detrimental consequences of these technologies? Are telecommunications technologies essential?
By Peter F. Having All the Right Connections: Telecommunications and Rural Viability. By Peter F. Which rural communities will benefit from development of telecommunications and which will experience the unexpected and detrimental consequences of these technologies? Are telecommunications technologies essential? Does their lack portend the further demise of rural communities?
Peter F. Hipple. Social Science and telecommunications scholars will appreciate the interdisciplinary approach these case studies represent.
Peter F. Essays are organized in three sections.
by Eric A. Abbott, Patricia C. Hipple, Peter F. Korsching
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Reference: Page 290 in Peter F. Abbott (ed., Having all the right connections: telecommunications and rural viability.
Reference: Page 290 in Peter F. If an organization, or the organizations within a community, are not already functioning with participatory management styles, there may be little value in introducing a communication tool that can optimize communication flow.
Essays, based on five years of survey research in Iowa and case study examples from across the United States, examine the implications of telecommunications technologies for rural community development. Supported by data from five years of survey and case study research, telecommunications adoption and use is explored in nine sectors of the rural community to determine the influence these organizations and institutions have on telecommunications development within the broader rural community. These sectors include local government, economic development, business, newspapers, library services, health care, university extension to communities, and farming. Also considered are the factors that promote and retard telecommunications development, particularly the impact of telecommunications policy, the availability of state-of-the-art infrastructure and service, and the involvement of telephone companies in local community development. Using a community development framework, this work discusses the physical, financial, human and social capitals necessary for holistic community development and the significance of critical mass, the roles of internal and external networks, as well as vertical and horizontal linkages, and the importance of visionary leadership and the championing of telecommunications.
Social Science and telecommunications scholars will appreciate the interdisciplinary approach these case studies represent. In addition, this research is intended to assist local leaders, community service providers, businesses, community officials, and state policy makers in capturing the potential benefits of innovative telecommunications technologies for local economic development, while avoiding potential problems and pitfalls. Essays are organized in three sections. The first presents theory, policy, and issues within a community development framework. The second discusses perspectives and actions of community sectors in their adoption and use of telecommunications. The third examines what occurs within an organization as it implements a new telecommunications system. Charts and graphs enhance the text and a glossary of terms is provided.