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Biological Sex, Sex-Role Identity, and the Spectrum of Computing Orientations: A Re-Appraisal at the End of the 90s. (English)
J. Educ. Comput. Res. 21, No. 4, 393-412 (1999).
Describes a study of undergraduates at Bolton Institute (England) that investigated biological sex, psychological masculinity and femininity, computer comfort, computer engagement, and computer over-use. Discusses the role of applications in determining sex differences, and explains findings that imply that some reduction of sex asymmetries in computing courses should be expected. (Contains 55 references.) (ERIC)
Classification: Q45
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