Information and knowledge society (SIC) development and structure in Chile in relation to the Latin American “Digital Gap”
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This paper proposes a theoretical framework to define the concept of information society and knowledge (SIC): (For its abbreviation in Spanish; Sociedad de la Información y Conocimiento: SIC.). At the same time, it examines how strategies and international indicators progress in integrating the so-called information society to a knowledge society in the USA, Europe and Latin America, particularly in Chile, according to the characteristics of Information and Communication Technologies. The new approach has been implemented in the field of economic and is creating significant changes in the development of economies worldwide as countries generate and acquire these changes. The specific case of Chile is examined through the perspective of several theoretical approaches so as to complete a practical analysis of the current situation and progress toward the pursuit of inclusion and integration in Latin America. © 2014, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
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