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Are older women less digitally literate? Media representations of older women’s use of digital technologies in Thailand

Introduction and background There has been an increasing discussion on the improvement of digital literacy of older individuals in recent years, in part because of the COVID-19 pandemic, when digital technologies have become indispensable for daily life. Digital literacy was recently promoted as the key theme for the International Day of Older Persons (1st October) […]

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Role of elderly and community in waste management

Despite countless attempts to educate consumers about proper waste management, recycling, and the transition to sustainable materials, our contemporary society that focuses on production and consumption still generates enormous volumes of sewage and garbage caused by human activities. As the population of the globe continues to rise, the dissemination of information on waste management or

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Elderly Thai Farmers and Using Communication Technology to Increase Productivity

Thailand is undoubtedly entering a truly elderly society as medical advancements improve the health of ageing people. The increasing number of older adults is also a significant social and economic force because they still can pursue jobs in numerous industries, including the operations of the Thai agricultural sector. According to the National Statistical Office of

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