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Can Compute, Won’t Compute: Women’s Participation in the Culture of Computing. (English)
New Technol. Work Employ. 18, No. 2, 127-42 (2003).
Surveys of 130 psychology students and 52 computer science students (20 of the latter were interviewed) indicated that more males read computer magazines and were confident in computer use. Many did not perceive an equity problem. Men seemed to feel the equity situation is improving. Some felt that women do not enjoy computing as much as men and that explains their low enrollment in computer science. (Contains 98 references.) (ERIC)
Classification: Q45
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