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A Study on the Relationship between Digital Informatization Level and Policy Activity Satisfaction Level of Disabled Persons

장애인들의 디지털정보화 수준과 정책활동 만족도 수준과의 관계에 대한 연구

  • 이향수 (건국대학교 인문사회융합대학) ;
  • 이성훈 (고려대학교 경제통계학부 경제정책학전공)
  • Received : 2018.02.15
  • Accepted : 2018.04.20
  • Published : 2018.04.28

Abstract

In recent years, activities have become more important in political activities and participation in policies. Therefore, the level of digital informatization can affect the participation in policy in the online environment. In this study, we examined how the policy activities of the disabled have a relationship with the informatization level. To this end, we analyzed the relationship between the level of digital informatization and the level of satisfaction with policy activities based on the results of the digital divide survey of 2017. The results of this study are as follows: First, it shows that the disabled people have a positive relationship with the digital access and policy activity satisfaction levels such as the possession of wired / wireless information devices and Internet accessibility. Second, it is found that digital information capacity level and income level such as PC utilization ability and mobile digital device utilization ability have a positive (+) relationship. Third, as the level of digital information utilization such as wired and mobile Internet usage increased, the level of satisfaction with policy activities also increased positively. This suggests that the government needs various information policy to increase the level of digital informatization of the disabled.

Keywords

Disabled;Policy Activity Satisfaction;Information disadvantaged;Digital Access Gap;Digital Capability Gap;Digital Application Gap

Acknowledgement

Supported by : College of Public Policy at Korea University

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