Information communication technology and endogenous community-driven development: A remote Australian Aboriginal case study
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This study investigated participant-led interactions and outcomes of a wide range of information communication technologies (ICTs) in endogenous Australian Aboriginal community driven development (EnCDD). A case-based method was used to narrate the evolving role of ICTs as participatory agency tools in a remote Ngalia community in Leonora WA. Three minor cases provided contrasting data. Data analysis of participant observations and emergent issues-related themes identified a multifaceted pattern informing a proposed framework for ICT-interaction for EnCDD.