In July 2019, Stanford Morocco Email List a revealing study on the level of irreversible adoption of digital technology: following between 1940 and 2018 the way in which couples are formed (eg: friends, restaurants, etc.), the study tells us that 39% of couples meet online in 2018. No other means has obtained such a “score” over the period! Another sign of the evolution of the company, 76% of the employees questioned believe that uberization is positive for the economy ( ISlean consulting / Harris interactive survey ). At the political level, even the French Government has opened the Great Debate online, to welcome opinions broadly, following

the Yellow Vests demonstrations. 500,000 people responded online to this request for public debate in a few weeks. Faced with increasing statistics and uses, some voices have been raised to remind people that transformations take time and that they are only successful when they are inclusive. A digital archipelago of France In his book “The French Archipelago”, Nicolas Fourquet analyzes in a very documented way the fundamental movements of French society on many cultural layers at work. This book, which I find remarkable in several respects, gives us the keys to understanding certain polarizations underway in society

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in France. In terms of digital inclusion, INSEE also reminds us in its recent study of trends, and even robot portraits of those who are excluded from the current digital movement: More than half of people aged 75 or over do not have internet access; Politically delicate, the level of diploma is also a divisive factor: 34% of people without a diploma or holding a primary school certificate (CEP) do not have internet access; People living alone are 6 times less equipped than the average; Those living in couples without children are 3.3 times less equipped than the average. Small animal behind a grid For comparison, the CSP ++, the

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youngest (15-29 years), the graduates of higher are 2 to 4% not to have access to the internet. If we had already mentioned some of these figures , the recent study adds a measure of the competence of use and therefore of the illiteracy (incapacity in the face of digital technology, like what illiteracy is for the writing). Illectronism: 4 skills listed Access is rarely sufficient to make good use of digital technology and its daily contribution (or not). The measurement of the level of access, as a fundamental building block, has long been measured in regional planning policies. It is now complemented by a vision of the skills base

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necessary for inclusion in the digital world. 4-axis digital capability level Source: Insee, October 2019 These skills have become essential in the professional world as much as in civic life: How to write a CV without a word processor? Or make an invoice without an ERP? How do you keep up to date with job offers without knowledge of search engines? How to know your rights vis-à-vis the administration without obtaining the right information online? How to communicate, always with the administration, when the latter seeks to dematerialize the relationship with its citizens ? Digital and gender? Is the use of digital marked by gender?

This question can make you smile. However, if the current government has made gender (professional) equality a national five-year cause, let’s look at the numbers for two minutes. Globally, more women in France seem to face obstacles to digital inclusion: whether it is the lack of equipment, non-use, or even a subject of skill, the rate of women’s electronism is higher than that of men, according to the INSEE study. Level of brakes for digital uses Source: Insee, October 2019 Despite an overall increase in France over the past 10 years, the overall level of use by women remains slightly below that of men, as shown by statistics on online shopping. The trend is the same for the use of administrative sites. Share of individuals having

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