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This encyclopedia compiles 213 four- to five-page entries making observations about the role of gender in human interaction with information technology and the IT profession. Intended as a preliminary research agenda encompassing essays on gender and IT education and the workplace, the volume contains many essays that simply survey struggles faced by women in many parts of the world who interact with the Internet or telecommunications technology.
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Communication Technology and New Media | Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Ethnicity in Communication | Library and Information Science | Other Rhetoric and Composition
Encyclopedia of Gender and Technology.
American Library Association.