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WOMEN GENDER AND TECHNOLOGY

Mary Frank Fox (Redaktør) ; Deborah G. Johnson (Redaktør) ; Sue V. Rosser (Redaktør)

An interdisciplinary investigation of the co-creation of gender and technology Les mer
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An interdisciplinary investigation of the co-creation of gender and technology

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Prefacevii
Introduction1(12)




Deborah G. Johnson

1. Using the Lenses of Feminist Theories to Focus on Women and Technology13(34)




Sue V. Rosser

2. Women, Men, and Engineering47(13)




Mary Frank Fox

3. Still a Chilly Climate for Women Students in Technology: A Case Study60(20)




Mara H. Wasburn and Susan G. Miller

4. The Feminization of Work in the Information Age80(18)




Judy Wajcman

5. Gender, Race/Ethnicity, and the Digital Divide98(13)




Cheryl B. Leggon

6. Genetic Technology and Women111(11)




Barbara Katz Rothman

7. Some Unintended Consequences of New Reproductive and Information Technologies on the Experience of Pregnancy Loss122(35)




Linda L. Layne

8. Feminist Narratives of Science and Technology: Artificial Life and True Love in Eve of Destruction and Making Mr. Right157(17)




Carol Colatrella

9. High-Tech Worship: Gender Politics and the Appropriation of Multimedia Technology for Christian Worship174(19)




James Fenimore

Postscript: Join the Conversation193(2)




Mary Frank Fox, Deborah G. Johnson, and Sue V. Rosser

Contributors195(4)
Index199

Om forfatteren

Mary Frank Fox is NSF Advance Professor in the School of Public Policy and codirector of the Center for the Study of Women, Science, and Technology at the Georgia Institute of Technology. She is the coauthor of Women at Work.
Deborah G. Johnson is the Anne Shirley Carter Olsson Professor of Applied Ethics and chair of the Department of Science, Technology, and Society at the University of Virginia. Her most recent book is Computer Ethics.
Sue V. Rosser is dean of the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts and a professor of history, technology, and society at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Her most recent book is The Science Glass Ceiling.