Date of Award
Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies
Rohm, Tapie Jr.
Jandt, Fred E.
This project examines the use of technology as a vehicle for bringing training and help to migrant agricultural workers, specifically women and their children in the rural areas of Coachella Valley. The project observes use of technology by governmental and nonprofit organizations to improve the quality of life style of women who are among the poorest social class in rural United States. To gather the needed data for this project, two primary methods of collection were used: participant observant and interview surveys. In this project the groups, organizations and their members were used as the principal participant/respondents.
Esfandiari, Shohreh, "Technology use in Coachella Valley: A report on development of a community through technology use" (2009). Theses Digitization Project. 3800.