Women, Gender, and Technology
Mary Frank Fox, Deborah G. Johnson, Sue V. Rosser, Sue Vilhauer Rosser
University of Illinois Press, 2006 - 204 Seiten
Each of the ten chapters in Women, Gender, and Technology explores a different aspect of how gender and technology work--and are at work--in particular domains, including film narratives, reproductive technologies, information technology, and the profession of engineering. The volume's contributors include representatives of over half a dozen different disciplines, and each provides a novel perspective on the foundational idea that gender and technology co-create one another.
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