An international acknowledgement of the problems existing in the area of gender and computing in the 1990s is provided by this publication. The need to produce strategies and policies to rectify the situation is highlighted. Papers, both reporting original empirical research and postulating interesting theoretical perspectives are structured around five parallel themes: Community, Communications and Information Networks; Information Technology (IT), Flexibility and Restructuring; Information Systems Design and User-Centred Perspectives; Education, Training and Learning; and Feminist Theoretical Perspectives on Power, Knowledge and Technology.
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology
Number of pages: 462
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