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The Digital Divide Impact on Interaction with City: the Case of Smart City Strategies

Student: Suraya Shilykova

Supervisor: Polina Kolozaridi

Faculty: Vysokovsky Graduate School of Urbanism

Educational Programme: Urban Development and Spatial Planning (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2019

The paper is dedicated to the digital divide in smart city: how the first impacts on the interaction with city. There were reviewed theoretical approaches to the digital divide, the contemporary conceptualization methods of smart city and the link of these phenomena in the process of interaction with city. The empirical part of research includes content analysis of existing smart city strategies on the topic of overcoming the digital divide for a better living in a city.

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