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Cyberspaces of their own : female fandoms online

Bury, Rhiannon. (Peter Lang, 2005)
McNichols Campus Library
HQ 1178 .B87 2005

Educating the Net generation

Oblinger, Diana. (EDUCAUSE, 2005)
LB 2395.7 .E63 2005

Gender, ethics and information technology

Adam, Alison. (Palgrave Macmillan, 2005)
McNichols Campus Library
HQ 1233 .A665 2005

High tech trash : digital devices, hidden toxics, and human health

Grossman, Elizabeth. (Island Press/Shearwater Books, 2006)
McNichols Campus Library
TD 799.85 .G76 2006

Removing barriers : women in academic science, technology, engineering, and mathematics

Bystydzienski, Jill and Sharon Bird, editors. (Indiana University Press, 2006)
McNichols Campus Library
Q 130 .R46 2006


Wajcman, Judy. (Polity, 2004)
McNichols Campus Library
HM 846 .W35 2004

Women and information technology : research on underrepresentation

Cohoon, J. McGrath and William Aspray, editors. (MIT Press, 2006)
McNichols Campus Library
QA 76.9 .W65 W66 2006

Women and the machine : representations from the spinning wheel to the electronic age

Wosk, Julie. (Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001)
McNichols Campus Library
HQ 1233 .W67 2001

Julie Wosk examines the role of machines in helping women reconfigure and transform their lives. She takes her readers through a gallery of fiction and high and low art which depicts women in their association with machines.

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