access, communication and public policy, history of media and communications, information and communication technology, media convergence, media law and policy, media regulation
Access to infrastructure is a perennial issue in the field of communication, which started in the era of postal services and continues to the present era of broadband networks. As infrastructures, or large-scale systems, information and communication technologies (ICTs) are central to citizens’ political, economic, and social lives. Historically and today, a variety of factors such as political and regulatory decisions impact access to infrastructure. Current concerns about equitable access include the network neutrality.
Kozak, Nadine I., "Access to Infrastructure" (2015). School of Information Studies Faculty Articles. Paper 8.