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Women, work, and computerization : breaking old boundaries, building new forms : proceedings of the IFIP TC9/WG9.1 fifth International Conference on Women, Work and Computerization-- Breaking Old Boundaries, Building New Forms, Manchester, U.K., 2-5 July, 1994

Author: Alison Adam
Publisher: Amsterdam ; New York : Elsevier, 1994.
Series: IFIP transactions., A,, Computer science and technology ;, A-57.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Presents papers reporting theoretical persepctives and areas of research into the problems existing in the area of gender and computing in the 1990s. Topics discussed include information technology,  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
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IFIP TC9/WG9.1 International Conference on Women, Work, and Computerization (5th : 1994 : Manchester, England).
Women, work, and computerization.
Amsterdam ; New York : Elsevier, 1994
(OCoLC)647642930
Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Alison Adam
ISBN: 0444819274 9780444819277
OCLC Number: 31407998
Description: ix, 452 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: 1. Supporting Articulation Work: Aspects of a Feminist Practice of Technology Production / Lucy Suchman --
2. Hard Times: The Politics of Women's Work in Computerised Environments / Ina Wagner --
3. Dichotomous Thinking, Women, and Technology / Sarvas Katsikides and Margit Pohl --
4. What's Different in Gender Oriented ISD? Identifying Gender Oriented Information Systems Development Approach / Helena Karasti --
5. The Influence of Feminist Theory On Informatics Course Design / Cecile K. M. Crutzen --
6. A Feminist Approach to the Design of Computer Systems Supporting Co-operative Work: The Troublesome Issue of Co-operation seen from a Women's Perspective / Turid Birkenes and Annita Fjuk --
7. Gender Issues in Computer Networking / Leslie Regan Shade --
8. Living Through the Boundaries of Information Systems Expertise --
a Work History of a Finnish Woman Systems Developer / Marja Vehvilainen --
9. Everyday Experts? Professionals' Women Assistants and Information Technology / Ursula Holtgrewe. 10. Two Versions of the Same: The Text Editor and the Automatic Letter Writer as Contrasting Conceptions of Digital Writing / Jeanette Hofmann --
11. Who knows how? Who knows that? Feminist Epistemology and Artificial Intelligence / Alison Adam --
12. To be (certain) or not to be (certain): a Feminist Perspective on Artificial Intelligence / Christine Cooper and Karin van Dam --
13. Women and Men in Computer Cartoons from Punch: 1946 to 1982 / Greg Michaelson --
14. Creative Telematics / Christina Preston --
15. Computer Games: A Positive Introduction to IT or a Terminal Turn-off? / Wendy Milne, Jaspreet Saini and Barbara Segal --
16. A Survey of Attitudes to Computing at the University of the Witwatersrand / Ian Sanders and Vashti Galpin --
17. "By George, She's Got IT!" / Margaret Bell --
18. Women Defining Technology for the 21st Century: A Report from America / Anita Borg. 19. Attitudes to Computers and Information Technology: A Case Study of Speech and Language Therapy Students at Sheffield University / Sandra P. Whiteside --
20. Languages and the Computer: Opportunities to Develop IT skills / Penny Ely and Penny Simons --
21. "I Dreamed I had a computer just Like the Kids": Access to Computing for the Older Woman / Sheila Lehman --
22. Women-Only Computing in Higher Education / Linda Stepulevage, Flis Henwood and Sarah Plumeridge --
23. Windows on the Workplace: The Temporization of Work / Joan Greenbaum --
24. Gender and Technology at Work: 15 Years On / Juliet Webster --
25. Developing our own Mentoring Skills / Judy Emms --
26. Telework: Women's Experiences and Utilization of Information Technology in the Home / Anne Fothergill --
27. Women in the Computing Workplace: Some Impressions / Frances Grundy --
28. Gender Perspectives, Office Systems and Organizational Change / Eileen Green. 29. Team Leading in Software Development: A Comparison between Women and Men / Sabine Sonnentag --
30. Librarians and Networks: Breaking the Boundaries that Bind Us / Susan Fisher --
31. CAD Systems and the Division of Labour in Knitwear Design / Claudia Eckert and Martin Stacey --
32. Informal Processes and Women's Careers in Information Technology Management / Gillian Shapiro --
33. Women and the Information Revolution: Washed Ashore by the Third Wave / Karen Gunter.
Series Title: IFIP transactions., A,, Computer science and technology ;, A-57.
Responsibility: edited by Alison Adam [and others].
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